Explore the passage of Melaka's vibrant heritage and get an overview of Melaka. Nice restaurants, bars and shops are scattered along the river. The best time to take on this ride is during the dark hours as the decorative lights will be lit up during that time.
1 km - Also known as Chinatown in Melaka, Jonker Street is known for its wide array of antique shops but over the years, it has turned to clothing, crafts and eateries. On Friday and Saturday nights, the street turns into a night market that sells tasty foods and souvenirs.
1.3 km - The Stadthuys was once the office of the Dutch Governor and Deputy Governor in 1650. Now, the building is home to the History and Ethnography Museum. Among the displays include traditional costumes and artifacts collected throughout the history of Melaka.
1.6 km - The Maritime Museum (the Flora de Lamar) is a replica of the Portuguese ship which sank in the coast of Malacca while during its voyage to Portugal. Having 34 meters in height and 8 meters in width, the museum showcases the maritime history of Malacca and its Sultanate during its golden age as the Emporium of the East through exhibits such as paintings, porcelain, textile, and so on.