Cycle Route: Muar to Malacca, Malaysia
The total distance of our route was 28.34 miles (45.61 km).
|Max Elevation||91.86 ft||28 m|
|Min Elevation||0 ft||0 m|
|Total Climbing||4,878.61 ft||1,487 m|
|Total Descent||4934.38 ft||1504 m|
This was a flat ride along the 5, through small towns. Road conditions were good.
We spent seven nights at Tony’s Guesthouse for 40 ringgit a night. It was located right in the center of Malacca town within walking distance of Chinatown, Little India, shopping malls, restaurants and tourist attractions. The owners, Tony and Sanny, were extremely welcoming and easy going. They had no problem with us lugging our bikes up to our room, and gave us great advice about where to find the best food in the city. We stayed in a private room with a fan, a shared bathroom and fast wi-fi.
Points of Interest
For an in-depth guide of what to see in Malacca, check out our travel guide.
We ate dinner at Pak Putra Tandoori and Naan on two separate occasions. It was an Indian restaurant located right outside of Chinatown. We recommend trying the butter chicken, tandoori chicken, butter naan and garlic naan. 3 dishes and 2 drinks cost us 22 ringgit.
Seven nights at Tony’s Guesthouse and food for the week cost us 958.70 ringgit. Altogether, we spent around $297.87 USD in Malacca.
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