Taxi To Malacca From Singapore
Where Is Malacca Located?
Malacca is located on the south west coast of Malaysia’s peninsula and is easily accessible. From Singapore, it is about 238km away and takes approximately 3 hours direct drive. Besides that, Johor Senai International Airport is just over 2-hour drive away or 202km. If you coming from Singapore, the most common transportation for travellers is using private taxi service because the transfer is affordable rates. They provide direct point-to-point transfer services and cut off your travel time by avoiding the hassle of immigration clearance and wasting time for long queue in Singapore-Malaysia Immigration and Custom.
Top Attractions In Malacca
Malacca is intensely rich in history and is commonly referred to as the “Historic State”. You’ll see plenty of evidence of this through the artwork and architecture found throughout the city. Further evidence of its historical nature is found in its listing as a World Heritage Site through UNESCO since July of 2008. Tourists from around the world visit Malacca to get a peek inside the famous Cheng Hoon Teng Temple and popular Baba and Nyonya Peranakan Museum. You don’t need to have a religious or spiritual interest to enjoy visiting St. Paul’s Church which was first built in 1741 and restructured in 1753. You’ll also learn a great deal about the military with Maritime Museum & Naval Museum. While a big focus is on history in Malacca be sure to stop by some of the other locations like Jonker Street and Dutch Square. Other must-visit when travel to Malacca such as Christ Church, A’ Famosa and many more.
Top Food Must Taste in Malacca
Malacca is well known for delicious cuisine and local nyonya food but it can be hard to choose what to try if you don’t know the different dishes.
- Putu Piring
Putu Piring Tengkera is a well-known local food stall serving delicious Putu Piring. The steamed rice flour cake is filled with gula melaka in the shape of a plate before being placed on a banana leaf and served with grated coconut and a slight sprinkle of salt.
- Klebang Coconut Shake
For light refreshment, try the Klebang Coconut Shake. This stall is incredibly popular with tourists and is unlike many American shakes. You’ll find that this tasty beverage isn’t overly sweet and contains fresh coconut juice as well as bits of coconut flesh.
One of favourite dishes must eat for is Popiah. This is a delicious spring roll that is common throughout most parts of Asia.
For those with a sweet tooth, Cendol is a traditional desert made with rice flour jelly noodles and coconut milk.
- Nyonya Kuih
Other favourite dishes include Nyonya Kuih, delicious bite sized deserts.
- Satay Celup
Satay Celup is a dish with an assortment of semi cooked and raw seafood as well as vegetables all dunked into a boiling pot of gravy.
- Duck Noodles
Popular lunch options include Duck Noodles which are often served in a delicious broth and chicken rice ball which is a common afternoon snack.
Private Taxi Service From Singapore To Malacca
Travelling between Singapore and Malacca by bus or taxi? Reconsider again of the hassle involved and time. With our private taxi service, we will pick you up at any location in Singapore, sit back and relax while we privately bring you to Malacca. It is really a top choice transportation especially travel in big group or with family. The journey from Singapore to Malacca may take 3-hours. We offer spacious and comfortable private MPV taxi to meet your needs. Our experienced drivers with good local traffic knowledge and friendly will take you to Malacca from Singapore in shortest time and route. You can reserve your own private taxi service through our website (online booking). Book now to enjoy hassle free and memorable Malacca trip experience with us!