Check-in and Check-out Time
Check-in: 2:00 PM
Check-out: 12:00 PM
Located at Jalan Tukang Emas, Melaka city centre, I Sayang Residence is an ideal choice for you who are looking for a comfortable yet affordable stay. Despite its humble and rustic setting, the property is providing excellent facilities so you may experience the most fabulous stay in this historical city. There are so many wonders to be discovered in the town and I Sayang Residence would make an excellent place to freshen up and spend the night before you head back to your quest. This property provides ample and clean space right at the heart of Melaka city. With numerous tourist attraction just within walking distance, there is no other place like this.
How to Get to I Sayang Residence
By Bus - You may start your journey from TBS (Terminal Bas Bersepadu). There is plenty of bus operator providing daily trips to Melaka city from this point. Depending on the bus, ticket fare may vary from RM10 to RM17. The journey usually takes around 2 hours.
By Taxi - If you are taking a taxi, you may start your journey at any point. This mode of transportation may cost you extra fare. For a wise alternative, opt for a Grabcar.
By Car - This would the most convenient way to reach Melaka city. Drive up to the south via the North-South Highway. The toll would cost you around RM25 from Kuala Lumpur.
Different Types of Room in I Sayang Residence
The rooms in this property are divided by partitions as well as walls. There are single and double beds that you may choose from, depending on your preferences. They are all comfortable and clean. Therefore, you may get a sound sleep throughout the night before waking up to a fresh start in the morning!
Facilities in I Sayang Residence
Apart from a clean bedsheet and pillowcase, there is a hot shower in the bathroom. All areas in this property are equipped with complimentary Wi-Fi to get you connected with the world. You may enjoy chill and have a good time watching television in their lounge.
Restaurant and Cafes in I Sayang Residence
There is a coffee shop that serves excellently brewed coffee. Although there is no in-house restaurant, you may find numerous eateries that serve a wide range of local and international delicacies around here at a reasonable price.
Interesting Places near I Sayang Residence
Kampung Keling Mosque - Built in 1748, Masjid Kampung Keling is located within the vicinity of the infamous Jalan Harmoni. It displays strong Javanese and Oriental influences in its architecture. In 1872 and 1908, the mosque was reconstructed and renovated to replace the original wooden structure with one made of concrete. After a restoration exercise by the Department of Museum and Antiquity in 1999, it was declared a historical monument. The whole construction of this mosque is a donation from the tycoon and the public. There is a harmonious blend of styles and design elements from different cultures which reflect the multicultural states.
Cheng Ho’s Museum - It was revealed that Ming Dynasty’s Admiral Cheng Ho visited Melaka at least five times during his famous seven voyages to the Western Ocean and had set up a huge warehouse complex or Guang Chang along the northern side of the Melaka River. It is also believed that the present Museum is situated on the original site of Guan Chang built by Cheng Ho about 600 years ago. The Cheng Ho Cultural Museum is a museum about Cheng Ho with a total floor area of 5,110 m2. The museum was founded by Tan Ta Sen and opened in 2006. The entrance fee is RM20 for the adult and RM10 for the kid.
Jonker Street - This street is a very attractive place in Melaka and a popular area to visit. The road starts from across Melaka River near the Stadthuys. It is filled with historical houses along its left and right sides dating back to the 17th century. It is definitely a shopping hotspot crowded by the tourists and locals alike. You will get to see a lot of things in this area with different varieties of food, clothes, souvenirs, and many more.
Stadthuys - Situated in the heart of Malacca city, Stadthuys was built by the Dutch in 1650 as the office of the Dutch Governor and Deputy Governor. It is now home to the History and Ethnography Museum. Traditional costumes and artefacts starting from the great Malay Sultanate and the Portuguese, Dutch and British colonization till the present day are among the displays in the museum.