Seri Tanjung Homestay
|| Seri Tanjung Malaysia, 78300 Masjid Tanah, Melaka, Malaysia
|| +606 384 5853
Homestay Seri Tanjung Malacca is located at the Alor Gajah district, approximately 24 km away
from the Malacca Historic City. It gives visitors an unforgettable experience in living the real
'kampung' way, where the guest will be staying with the host families, whom are the villagers of
Seri Tanjung. This program has become a popular way for visitors to get to know Malacca, and it's
managed under the administration of Malacca State Government and Ministry of Tourism Malaysia.
A twice winner of the National beautiful competition, no wonder homestay Seri Tanjung
has gain popularity over the conventional Malacca hotels. With the home stay
concept, many visitors come from within and outside the country to experience this unique
opportunity in this modern urbanization. Many wish to escape the busy and hectic lifestyle
in the city, totally amazed by the serenity of Seri Tanjung, where the traditional houses
is tucked loosely in between tall trees. If your visits coincide with the local fruit season,
you will also be able to taste the freshest fruits right from the trees. Each and every room
differs in design as the traditional house is design to accommodate families, not guests.
With that, you will be able to experience the lifestyle of the villagers, right from their daily
life, down to the food they cook. You can also experience the traditional games and activities
like congkak (pebbles game) and wau (kite). While living in the midst of Malaccan style, you can
easily access to the nearby historical attractions.There are plenty of museums around the Malacca town,
Baba Nyonya Heritage Museum , Maritime Musuem Malacca are among the popular museums.
Besides, Malacca will not be complete without the Dutch flavour, the ever famous landmark in
Malacca, The Stadthuys , which is the Municipal Town Hall built by the Dutch, is also
a good place to visit for some photography session.
If you are looking for yummy Portuguese seafood, look no further than the Portuguese Square
Malacca where you can enjoy a meal by the sea. Recently there's a new way of exploring
Malacca, which is the Malacca River Cruise, and it's particularly popular in the evening
where the afternoon heat is subsiding. Zoo Malacca should not be missed by animal lovers as it
houses to more than 1,200 animals of various species. You can also enjoy the panoramic view of
Malacca from the Menara Taming Sari revolving tower, measuring 110 meters I heights. Once it
reaches the top, the breath taking view of Straits of Malacca extends as far as your eyes can
You can rent a car at the KLIA/LCCT airport and take a 2 hour slow drive down to Malacca/Melaka,
or there are many express buses available at the airport, and it will take about 3 hours.
As for Singapore visitors coming by car, take the North-South expressway and drive along E2,
finally exist at Ayer Keroh. Otherwise, express buses are widely available and the journey will
take about 4 hour, most of the bus is conveniently operating at the Singapore town.