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Solo Travel in Malacca: The Ultimate 2D1N Itinerary

Adapted from Solo Trips and Tips (Pinterest).

Solo travelling is one of the life achievements for some of us. However, are you too afraid to start your own solo travel? I understand your anxiety as I’ve come across this. Worry not, today, I’m going to share with you Solo Travel Level 1Solo Travel in Malacca. You may just follow the itinerary or modify it. Let’s start!
(If you would like to know why Malacca is the first stop for solo traveller, please visit here.)

DAY 01 – Malacca Heritage Walk

Your first day in Malacca should probably start with Malacca Heritage Walk. The destinations are clustered together which ease your journey. In the early morning, you may visit Stadhuys, Christ Church and Church of St Paul. They are both outdoor destinations and might be slightly crowded.

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Around noontime, you may go to Malacca Sultanate Palace which is a museum. Spend your sweet noontime by understanding the history of Malacca Sultanate in this indoor destination. This destination requires an entrance fee. 
Entrance Fee (Adult): RM 2.00
Entrance Fee (Kid): RM 0.50
Opening Hours: 9.00 A.M. to 6.00 P.M. ( Tuesday – Sunday)

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Nearby Malacca Sultanate Palace, you would surely be able to spot the famous A’Famosa!

After that, you probably have to grab your lunch. MySuperVIP would like to recommend Nyonya cuisine which is a MUST to try in Malacca. Kocik Kitchen is a small and well-decorated traditional Nyonya restaurant that will fulfil your tastebuds.

Then, you might need to learn more about the traditions of the famous Baba and Nyonya culture. Baba Nyonya Heritage Museum is a nice choice for your to spend one to two hours in the scorching hot afternoon. This destination requires an entrance fee. After a series of interesting destinations, you may probably need a good rest to continue your journey. 
Entrance Fee (Adult): RM 16/ RM 20 (With Guided Tour)
Entrance Fee (Kid): RM 11
Opening Hours: 10.00 A.M. – 5.00 P.M. (Monday – Friday); 10.00 A.M. – 6.00 P.M. (Saturday – Sunday)

In the evening, you may have your sightseeing beside Malacca River. There, you can find beautiful mural arts that may get your instagrammable photos. At night, you shall pay a visit to Jonker Street for delicious and authentic local food. 

DAY 02 – Special Destinations

For Day 2, it requires you to take a Grab to reach at the destinations. In the morning, you shall travel to Klebang Beach. Klebang Beach is so unique that it looks like a desert. Many tourists like to take some SWAG photos there. Of course, you should never miss Klebang Coconut Shake once if you’re there! 

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Moreover, you may drop by Malacca Straits Mosque to appreciate the enormous building that portrays the beauty of Malaysia. Alternatively, you may also go to The Shore Sky Tower to have a bird’s-eye view of the city.

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Eh jap2 , belum ready 🙆🏻‍♀️

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Here is the super itinerary for Malacca 2D1N trip. It seems easy, but, for your first time solo travel, you should not make it difficult as there might be unexpected obstacles throughout the journey. Remember to keep yourself hydrated by drinking a lot of water. Yes! Apply sunscreen and bring an umbrella or wear a cap to avoid sunburn. ENJOY! Stay tuned to our next article.