The place is clean with a nice garden view. My children learned a lot during the visit. The ticket price is really reasonable. The location also walking distance with other attractions.
I was on a self-shore excursion after disembarking from the Costa Victoria cruise ship on Thu morning. Walked about 5~10 mins from the jetty to Mahkota Parade and Dataran Pahlawan Megamall for shopping. While at the Dataran Pahlawan Megamall, accidentally discovered that I could go over to the Palace and the A. Formosa Fort using the North Entrance. The entrance... More
Wooden replica palace of the 15th century... Beautiful site to see if your staying at Equatorial hotel on the higher floor (facing the palace).... Inside the palace replica artifacts are highlighted... The classical life of the Malay sultanate... One should take a quick visit if your around Dataran Pahlawan/Jonker (as it is easily connected via walking)...
We first saw it from the window from the Equatorial Hotel. It seemed to be way off in the distance but ended up being a pleasant walk. Probably because there were so many other things to do on the way. There was a small charge for admission but it was well worth it. The building itself was great but it... More
The care with which this old Sultan's palace has been reconstructed is impressive. The displays & explanatory plaques inside are very much worth the visit. And don't miss the Sultan's forbidden gardens just in front--especially early in the morning just after sunrise.
a nice place to spend some time browsing thru the various exhibits, however some of the English translations were pretty appalling whilst some were very good...
One of the few things i really really love about Melaka. The replica is impressive, for a minimum fee, you get to have a feel of Malacca's history. I enjoy learning wherever i go and I learned a lot going around here. I stayed here for a while, reading the stories in every display. THis is a beautiful place and... More
The Malacca Sultanate Palace Museum houses the Malacca Cultural Museum is located beside A'Famosa and definitely worth the visit. The building itself in a magnificent replica of the extinct Sultanate Palace and mainly constructed from hard wood. It houses more than 1,300 exhibits and even has the famous clash between Hang Tuah and Hang Jebat; showing various stages of the... More
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