Malacca, located in the south of Malay Peninsula, on the Straits of Malacca which is the longest strait in the world, is the oldest historical city in Malaysia. It is 147 kilometers north of Kuala Lumpur. Due to its superior geographic location, its commerce, trade, transportation and migration have been prosperous since ancient times, forming a unique culture there. The tourist attractions are concentrated for the convenience of traveling.
Heading south from Kuala Lumpur, it takes only about 2.5 hours to get to Malacca by car. Looking around the city center, tourists can see the red walls and white windows, brigh-colored Dutch churches and Stadthuys (residence of the Dutch Governor) and an imitative Dutch windmill at the central square. The broken walls of the Portuguese display the long history of Malacca to people.