Taxi From Malacca/Melaka To Singapore

Where is Malacca located?

Located on the south west coast of the Malaysian peninsula Malacca can be accessed using a variety of transportation options. From Singapore, a bus ride will cost anywhere from SGD$18 to SGD$50 in local currency and will sometimes provide a straight drive. It is good to be aware however that the bus may include one or more transfers as well as a wait at the border between Singapore and Malaysia for passage through immigration which is required by law. Another simpler option is to go by private taxi to be able to avoid these hassles.

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What is so interesting about Malacca?

Malacca is a key state in Malaysia as its capital city. Rich in history place which you can see in both the architecture and art throughout the city. The city boasts of numerous heritage sites which are also listed by UNESCO and well preserved for everyone to continue to enjoy. If you choose to explore the historical aspects of the area you have many options. Cheng Hoon Teng Temple and Baba and Nyonya Peranakan Museum are among our favourites. If you have spiritual or religious interest, make a special trip to St. Paul’s Church which was built between 1741 and 1753. While exploring the city make a special trip to the Jonker, Dutch Square and nearby streets which are home to the Malay and World Museum Malaysian, Navy Museum and the Masjid Kampung Hulu. These are just a few of the many locations to visit all providing unique and wonderful experiences.

Top Food Experiences in Malacca

Truly exploring the city can’t be done without stopping to indulge on the many various types of local cuisine and tasty desserts.

  • Cendol

Cendol is a traditional desert made with made with coconut milk and rice flour jelly. Ais Kacang is an impressive dessert made with shaved ice and red beans and truly a delight to have served at your table. These sweet treats along with many others can be found along many of the streets of Jonker. When your sweet tooth is sated there are many savory options to try.

  • Chicken Rice Ball

If you fancy Chinese cuisine stops by Chung Wah’s for the popular Chicken Rice Ball.

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  • Char Siew Rice

If you are a carnivore at heart head on over to the Boon Leong Food Court and try the Char Siew Rice which is a delicious mix of barbecued pork and fermented tofu served over fluffy white rice.

  • Nasi Lemak

Also available to try at the food court is Nasi Lemak, an exotic coconut cooked rice dish served with traditional anchovies chili paste, cucumber, and various side dishes.

  • Nyonya Laska

If you want some true and traditional Asian food you have to have noodles. Nyonya Laska is flavoured heavily with various chillies and spices which make these tasty noodles rich in both aroma as well as taste. You can find this local favourite in Nancy’s Kitchen or Riverine Coffeehouse.

  • Asam Pedas

You should also try specialty dishes like Asam Pedas, local fish slow cooked in a heavily spicy and sour sauce. You can find this dish cooked exquisitely at Asam Pedas Claypot.

Enjoy Your Journey With Private Taxi Service To Singapore From Malacca

Relax in comfort on your journey to or from Singapore in one of our private taxi driven by a knowledgeable and experienced guide. We pride ourselves in our professional and courteous service and will go out of our way to make sure you enjoy your trip. Because of our extensive knowledge of the area, our drivers are able to point out landmarks and special places to visit that you’ll never find in any travel guide or online. Feel like a local while being a tourist by getting this special tips and tricks from those in the know. You can reserve with us anytime 24/7 and know that your vacation will start or end the right way without the stress that other transportation methods often present. We look forward to hearing from you soon!