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It is as easy as can be to find the hotel room of your dreams in Melaka when you book using Our team of travel experts have scoured the region to bring you a list of the best Melaka hotels to choose from for your forthcoming visit. Whether you want a sumptuous bridal suite or somewhere quiet and family friendly, this varied selection of accommodation options is sure to have lots of hotels that will inspire you. To ensure that you can book with confidence, we give you detailed information about all of our Melaka hotels. As well as photographs of the inside and outside of each hotel, we show you reviews that previous guests have written. Melaka is nicknamed 'the historic state', and with good reason. This desirable holiday destination blends amazing natural beauty with a rich array of cultural attractions for you to explore.

What's Melaka like?

Melaka is a recognised UNESCO World Heritage Site, thanks to its amazingly rich heritage. The sixteenth century Portuguese fort known as Fort A Famosa and the later Dutch St John's Fort are two of the key landmarks in the region. There is so much more to explore in Melaka, however. Visit the majestic Cheng Hoon Temple or take a walk down the Jonker Walk, which is a street in the Chinatown area of the city that is famous for its great antique shops. Malacca Zoo is a wonderful place to take the kids for an afternoon out, whilst if you want to see one of the oldest mosques in all of Malaysia, Kampung Kling Mosque is right on your doorstep.

How to get along with locals in Melaka

Politeness and delicacy are key aspects of Malaysian etiquette, and practising these virtues will go a long way in helping you to get along with the locals during your visit to Melaka. When it comes to greetings, handshakes are quite common. However, if you are in doubt, particularly if you are greeting someone of a different sex to you, it is a good idea to wait and see if the other person wants to go in for a handshake. This is because Malaysia is made up of a variety of different ethnic groups, and some of them prefer not to shake hands with people of other sexes. If you are a man greeting a Malay woman, for instance, it is polite to bow whilst placing your hand on your heart. At, we are experts in travel to Melaka and this is what enabled us to find you the best Melaka hotels.