Kampung Morten
Discovery & Immersion

Even wonder why a village in Melaka was named after Morten since 1920s? What a better way to explore a village that was built in 1922 and is pretty much the only remaining Malay riverine village in Melaka today? Let me host you and experience the cultural & heritage walk at Morten Village that is supported by UNESCO and The People of Japan!

This village is like a “living museum” where it still retains its old charm despite nestled within the confines of city comforts. You will definitely be impressed by the beauty of some well-preserved wooden houses and the traditional way of life of the native Malay community in Melaka.

In this experience, you will get a taste of the local life and speak to the people who lives here. We will bring you different spots in the village, introducing you to the colours and characteristics that contribute to the charm of Kampung Morten.

With us hosting you, our guests will be allowed to enter a traditional Malay Melaka house, a local teaching you how to wear a sarong, make onde-onde (a local delicacy), visit the local cottage industry and a herbs garden. At our last stop, you will get to taste the most favourite dish in Malaysia called the Nasi Lemak (Coconut Rice) or Goreng Pisang (Fried Banana).

Late afternoon walk in the village is definitely a local leisure experience. Villagers will be out and about for outdoor activities, having teh & amp; kueh (tea and local snacks) while catching up on news of the day as youngsters play in the evening sun.

If you are in Malaysia and have not visited a Malay village yet, then Kampung Morten in Melaka is definitely your worthy choice, located right in the heart of Melaka City. In short, experience a real and tranquil traditional Melaka Malay village.

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  1. Wear comfortable shoes.
  2. Bring along drinking water


  1. Culture & Heritage
  2. Melaka


  1. Minimum 2 pax
  2. Maximum 8 pax


2 hours