Cycle from Batu Pahat to Malacca via Muar on this trip, allowing you to experience the best of both towns.
Muar, a historical seaside town in the state of Johor, Malaysia, popularly known for its food, coffee, and historical architecture from pre-war times. Muar produces one of the most famous otah, a grilled dish made of grounded fish meat mixed with various spices, barbequed to perfection.
Malacca, a UNESCO World Heritage town, was a strategic port along the Straits of Malacca. During the 15th Century, the Chinese visited and recognised the importance of Malacca's location. To enhance relationships between both countries, they married their Princess to a local Sultan, bringing along their Chinese culture and cuisine. The unique Peranakan culture was developed when the Chinese assimilate with the local Malay community.
In the 16th Century, Malacca came under the Portugese, Dutch and British colony. See the influences the Europeans have on Malacca from the various architecture around the old town.
The town comes to life at night with the bustling Jonker Street night market where you will be able to find all sorts of local eats and drinks.
Cycling Grade: 2+ to 3 (Beginner Plus to Intermediate)
Min. group size 10, Max group size 20.
Price - from S$430.00 per cyclist basing on twin share
More details of trip can be found by clicking "Ticket Information".