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RIVER CRUISE, MALACCA

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The Malacca River is the river that cuts across Malacca town, on its way to the Straits of Malacca. It separates the civic district clustered at the foot of St Paul’s Hill, from the residential and commercial district of Heeren Street and Jonker Street.

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A flotilla of small boats transports sightseers up and down past historic buildings, old warehouses (godowns), interesting mangrove stands, churches, and villages. The 1998 Sean Connery movie Entrapment was partially filmed here. Tours last about 45 minutes in boats ranging from 20- to 40-seaters, and normally a minimum of eight passengers is required before departure.

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You can departure on Muara Jetty, next to Quayside Heritage Centre, close to the Maritime Museum easily recognisable by the replica of the Portuguese ship Flor De la Mar. From here the cruise takes you upstream as far as Taman Rempah jetty where the boat turns around and brings you back to the starting point.

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ADDRESS
Jalan Laksamana, 75000 Malacca(next to Quayside Heritage Centre, close to the Maritime Museum)

Admission Fees
Non-Mycard holder:

Adult = RM 15.00 Child = RM 7.00

Mycard holder:

Adult = RM 10.00 Child = RM 5.00

OPEN HOURS
9:00 a.m – 12:00 a.m

 

 

Source By: Internet

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