YOUR JOURNEY BEGINS HERE

Purchase your ticket at the Spice Garden Jetty or Melaka River Square Jetty. Hop on our boats and discover awe-inspiring sights during your 45-minute journey such as:

Red Building Bastion Middleburg
Stadthuys Pre-War Buildings
Jonker Street The Shore Shopping Gallery
Colourful Murals Kampung Hulu Mosque
Water Wheel Eye on Melaka
Church of St. Francis Xavier Rhythmic Water Fountain (night time only)
Kampung Morten Bakau Route

We let you explore the passage of Melaka’s vibrant heritage and contemporary nuances, as you glide past the fabric of the region in sections of juxtaposed wonders.

 

Take note of some fascinating bridges framing your experience:

 
Tan Kim Seng Bridge (1862)

Tribute to a wealthy Melakan trader of the same name. The bridge was destroyed in 1942 by the British and rebuilt to its current state.

Chan Koon Cheng Bridge (1908)

Replaced a drawbridge that was built in 1930 which allowed ship’s passage through the Melaka River.

Kg. Jawa Bridge (1714)

A macabre-inspired pedestrian bridge, as severed heads were hung from the pillars during the Japanese occupation. Also known as ‘Ghost Bridge’.

Pasar Bridge (either during the 1500’s or 1600’s)

Linking Kampung Hulu to the Old Central Market, this wooden bridge was built during the heydays of Portuguese rule.

Old Bus Station Bridge

Quaint arches now decorate the bridge which was once a barren of steel and connected to the now relocated bus station.

Hang Jebat Bridge (rebuilt in 2008)

Unique styrofoam technology supports the foundation of this bridge.

Continuing with the motions of history, you will catch glimpses of old world charm such as:
 
Church of St. Francis Xavier (1856)

Neo-gothic magnificence of the Portuguese era.

 
Kampung Morten

A quaint (and the oldest) traditional Malay village in Malaysia, where tribute is given to the artisanal aspects of Malay architecture, while preserving their culture and way of life.

 
It is indeed a journey to your own world of discovering enchanting possibilities – so let’s embark on this exciting odyssey together.

YOUR JOURNEY BEGINS HERE

Purchase your ticket at the Spice Garden Jetty or Melaka River Square Jetty. Hop on our boats and discover awe-inspiring sights during your 45-minute journey such as:

Red Building Bastion Middleburg
Stadthuys Pre-War Buildings
Jonker Street The Shore Shopping Gallery
Colourful Murals Kampung Hulu Mosque
Water Wheel Eye on Melaka
Church of St. Francis Xavier Rhythmic Water Fountain (night time only)
Kampung Morten Bakau Route

We let you explore the passage of Melaka’s vibrant heritage and contemporary nuances, as you glide past the fabric of the region in sections of juxtaposed wonders.

Take note of some fascinating bridges framing your experience:

 
Tan Kim Seng Bridge (1862)

Tribute to a wealthy Melakan trader of the same name. The bridge was destroyed in 1942 by the British and rebuilt to its current state.

Chan Koon Cheng Bridge (1908)

Replaced a drawbridge that was built in 1930 which allowed ship’s passage through the Melaka River.

Kg. Jawa Bridge (1714)

A macabre-inspired pedestrian bridge, as severed heads were hung from the pillars during the Japanese occupation. Also known as ‘Ghost Bridge’.

Pasar Bridge (either during the 1500’s or 1600’s)

Linking Kampung Hulu to the Old Central Market, this wooden bridge was built during the heydays of Portuguese rule.

Old Bus Station Bridge

Quaint arches now decorate the bridge which was once a barren of steel and connected to the now relocated bus station.

Hang Jebat Bridge (rebuilt in 2008)

Unique styrofoam technology supports the foundation of this bridge.

Continuing with the motions of history, you will catch glimpses of old world charm such as:
 
Church of St. Francis Xavier (1856)
Neo-gothic magnificence of the Portuguese era.
 
Kampung Morten
A quaint (and the oldest) traditional Malay village in Malaysia, where tribute is given to the artisanal aspects of Malay architecture, while preserving their culture and way of life.
 
It is indeed a journey to your own world of discovering enchanting possibilities – so let’s embark on this exciting odyssey together.
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