Getting to Kampung Morten
Kampung Morten is located about 15min walk north of the historic city centre. You can enter it from bridge over Melaka River just opposite the Majestic Hotel.
The Panorama hop-on hop-off bus also stops nearby (stop 12 red line, stop 13 blue line)
Villa Sentosa is a one of the traditional Malay wooden kampung houses (built in the 1920s) in the Kampung (Malay for village) that is open to tourist as a privat livingmuseum. While there is no entry free, the owner will ask for donations.
more information from the owner: Abdul Rahim Haji Hashim, phone.: 06-282 2988
Daily : 9am - 5pm (closed 1pm - 2pm)
Friday : 2.45pm - 5pm
view from Melaka River (from the Melaka River Cruise boat)
peaceful Kampung Morten with its Kampung houses at night
video documentary of Villa Sentosa and Kampong Morten:
Tidur Tidur Guesthouse and Hostel
Budget Guesthouse in the back of an design studio in the heritage zone of Melaka
Oriental Riverside Residence
Guesthouse located in old Chinatown with the back facing the Melaka River
Reconstruction of the Sultan′s Palace which was destroyed by a fire in 1460.
St. Paul’s Church, Melaka
The ruin of St.Paul′s Church is located on top of St.Paul′s Hill and was one of five churches in the fortress complex A Famosa on the hill that was built by the Portuguese in 1521.
Gua Tempurung, Ipoh
Gua Tempurung, located 30min south of Ipoh, are the largest limestone caves in Peninsular Malaysia.