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MELAKA RIVER PROJECT NOW A MODEL FOR OTHERS

14 June 2013| last updated at 11:38PM Sungai Melaka project a model for others By Jason Gerald | [email protected] REHABILITATION: The once lifeless waterway has been turned into Malacca’s most lucrative tourism product THE phrase “Everything began in Malacca” is not something which was just coined to attract tourism, but is in actual fact what… Read More »

FOOD FOR THOUGHT

Thursday November 22, 2012 Have mausoleum for Parameswara DURING the recent Deepavali holidays, my family and I went to Malacca. While driving around Malacca town, I noticed Parameswara, the founder of Malacca, had a very short road named after him. Tun Razak, our “ Bapa Pembangunan” has the longest road in Malacca named after him.… Read More »

PRICES AND RENTALS OF HERITAGE SHOPHOUSES RISE IN HISTORIC MELAKA

9th. October 2012 Since the announcement of Malacca and Georgetown as World Heritage Cities in 2008, both cities have seen a rise of local and foreign tourists arrivals. Melaka has seen tourists arrival increase from 8 million in 2008 to about an estimate of 13 million visitors in 2012 or about 15% increase year on… Read More »

SAN DUO TEMPLE IN MELAKA

Ancient Malacca temple hopes to be marked on tourist map Huge incense burner (left), placed at the spot since 1892, at the 200-year-old ancient San Duo Temple in Malacca. (Right) Stela to record every rebuild period of the temple. Sin Chew Daily/Asia News NetworkFriday, Mar 30, 2012MALACCA – The Jalan Tokong Besi in Chinatown of… Read More »