After breakfast, depart for Malacca, the historical city of Malaysia. Upon arrival, we proceed for the UNESCO Walk* / Stops will be made along the way to taste local street food including the famous Chicken Rice Ball (This is a Malaccan specialty - It is rice boiled in chicken stock flavoured with ginger, garlic and shallot and made into rice balls then served with boiled chicken pieces and garnished with cucumber and spring onion, and chilli sauce) and PoPiah (Spring roll with secret ingredients such as scrambled egg, fried onion, lettuce, turnip, bean sprout and may include fried pork lard). We then check-in at the hotel. Dinner is at a Peranakan restaurant which showcases the best of Baba/Nyonya cuisine (generally referred to as the result of inter-marriages between the Chinese immigrants and the local Malays, which produced a unique cuisine where local ingredients such as chillies, belacan (Malaysian shrimp paste) lemongrass, galangal, turmeric, etc. are used. To assimilate to the local culture, these early days Chinese immigrants also adopted local Malay traditions–the men were called Babas and the women were called Nyonyas)
Overnight at Equatorial Hotel Malacca (Deluxe room) or similar
UNESCO Walk* - Melaka or Malacca is well-known for its well preserved culture and heritage. It is Malaysia's oldest historical city and received the popular recognition of World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2008. The city of Melaka is small and compact. Most of the tourist attractions and heritage sites are within walking distance. You can visit all of its fascinating sites just by walking down the narrow streets lined with specialty shops and century-aged houses.