Angsana Hotel offers 48 clean, comfortable well designed en-suite rooms and 110 person conference room within a range accommodation options for friends, couples and families. Guest has a choice of our economical range from Superior room and Studio room to more spacious family Deluxe room.
Each guestroom comes equipped with LCD TV, WIFI Access, Non-smoking rooms, Ample Car Park for in-house guest, Complimentary Coffee, Tea & Mineral Water, CCTV Surveillance, TV Programs, breakfast.
Angsana hotel location is so strategic that you would be able to reach the popular historical places within 5 to 15 minutes drive at an affordable price.
Shopping at Mahkota Parade, Dataran Pahlawan, Carrefour, Jusco, Tesco,
Melaka Raya & Jonker Street
Mouth watering local delicacies: Chicken rice ball, Nyonya food, Chinese food, Malay food, Ikan Bakar, Sate Celup, Kopi
Tiams and Mee rebus
Night life hotspots like GSC Cinemas, Pure Bar, Arena Pubs, Dream Box KTV, Agogo KTV & Mamaks Stall
If you are driving, you are actually just minutes away from the tourist attractions, restaurants, shopping malls and entertainment centre:
- 15 minutes drive to Jonker Walk (tourist attraction)
- 5 minutes drive to Dataran Pahlawan / Mahkota Parade (shopping mall)
- 10 minutes drive to Melaka Sentral (transportation)
- 1 minute drive to Portugese Settlement (food attraction)
No trip to Malacca would be complete without a visit to Jonker Street. It is famous for the number of shops selling antiques and curios, some of which date back as far as 300 years. Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Jonker Street transforms into Jonker Walk. Peddlers will gather at 5.00 pm to set up their little stalls offering you an intriguing variety of souvenirs, handicraft and antiques, each with its own history and mystery.- City Centre Historical Buildings
The museum resides within a life-sized replica of the Portuguese galleon Flor De Lar Mar which ran aground off the coast of Malacca on its way to Portugal centuries ago. The ship was believed to be carrying priceless treasures seized from Malacca. Luckily, these items were able to be salvaged, and their symbolic significance to Malacca's heritage can now be appreciated. The historical archives in the museum trace the maritime history of Malacca and include exhibits of ships dating back to the beginning of the great age of European exploration and seafaring.
Built by the Portuguese in 1511 as a fortress to protect the spice trade route, it sustained severe structural damage during the Dutch invasion. The Dutch had set to destroy it but timely intervention by Sir Stamford Raffles in 1808 saved what remains of A' Famosa today, the Porta de Santiago gate.
Baba and Nyonya Heritage Museum:-
This museum is the ancestral home of three generations of a Baba-Nyonya family, descendants of the Chinese who arrived in Malacca and married locals. Typical of the Peranakan house, it is built around a central open-air courtyard. The building is now a attractively designed museum that showcases the unique culture and legacy of Straits-born Chinese. Here you will find intricately carved fittings finished in gold leaf and beautiful antique furniture made of Chinese rosewood in a mixture of Chinese, Victorian and Dutch designs.
River Cruise Tour:-
A relaxing and interesting journey up the historic Malacca River from the river mouth to Kampung Morten (Morten Village), this 45 minute cruise takes you past narrow old shophouses and river warehouses.
Built in 1650 as the official residence of Dutch Governors and their officers, the edifice is a fine example of Dutch architecture. Preserved in its original structure and form, it now houses the Historical and Ethnographic Museums. On display daily are fine traditional bridal costumes and relics from Malacca's glorious past.
The brick-red clock tower is located at Dutch Square, close to the similarly hued Christ Church and the Stadthuys. Tan Beng Swee, a rich Malaccan philanthropist, donated the clock which was imported from England in 1886.