Address: 48-50, Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, 75200, Melaka, Melaka
06-282 1273Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Friday, Saturday, Sunday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Ashleigh Westonin the last week
This was an experience we had planned into our trip to Malacca.
Learning about the history of ethnic Chinese-Malays and how they would have lived, how celebrations were experienced, clothes worn, was fascinating.
Only a short walk from Jonker Walk, and reasonably priced for local education and interesting architecture (that you can then notice in converted shops along the street!).
Highly recommend for people with an interest in local Malaccan history.
Nicolas Messier3 weeks ago
What a beautiful house and museum! A very detailed written guide is provided making the visit enjoyable and instructive.
Note: Guided tours are not currently offered and museum is only open Thursday to Sunday
Ahmad Fuad3 weeks ago
The museum itself was beautiful. Stunning baba nyonya interior finishes with detailed explanations. What felt lacking was the hospitality and guidance from the crew. But it was a good experience nonetheless.
Anita Rosaleha month ago
Museum was clean and well maintained. Guided tour are available depends on the time of the day but it wasn’t available when we got there, but the information book was informative enough for us. RM 16 charge was money well spent, we learnt quite a bit whilst there. There’s signs clearly say don’t touch the antique items but sadly seems the signs were still ignored by some visitors. There was insufficient staffs to enforce any kind of control. People really need to respect these historic items to preserve them for our future generations..
Chloe3 months ago
Must-visit when you are in George Town. Stanley, who does the English-speaking tours is a rockstar. He explains everything with humour and personality. Extremely interesting era and heritage that is being conserved here. You can get lost in there for hours, just beautiful and unique. I highly recommend coming by and getting a tour with Stanley, what a lovely man.
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