Check-in and Check-out Time
Check-in: 2:00 PM
Check-out: 12:00 PM
Klick-Klock Home Stay is located at 48, Jalan Jawa, Melaka. It is rated as 3 stars stay based on a few aspects such as; convenient location, comfortable and clean accommodation, equipment provided and price rate. This homestay is suitable to be accommodated by a group of optimum 4 guests because it has two double beds in a spacious bedroom. It also has a spacious living hall with traditional yet classy decoration. This homestay is always been visited by foreigners who eager to explore Malacca and its culture. Leisure travellers or business travellers, this homestay is more suitable for the former since it doesn’t provide modern facilities for business purpose such as meeting room, LCD projector, computer room and etc. The rate charged per night is around RM390. It can be cheaper with promotion or discount offered.
How to Get to Klick-Klock Home Stay
Located right at the heart of Melaka City Centre, it shouldn’t be a problem to get to this homestay.
By bus - If you are travelling by bus, from Integrated Bus Terminal (TBS) Kuala Lumpur, get a bus straight to Melaka Central. The journey will be about 2 hours or maybe more depending on the traffic condition. From Melaka Central, take a taxi to get you to the homestay in Jalan Jawa. There are abundant of taxis waiting to pick up customers at the bus station.
By car - If you plan to drive by yourself, from Kuala Lumpur, straight ahead to the south via PLUS highway. Take the exit to Melaka City Centre and you may use apps such as Waze or Google Map to navigate you to Jalan Jawa.
Types of Room in Klick-Klock Home Stay
As mentioned above, Klick-Klock Home Stay is a homestay with only one yet spacious bedroom equipped with two queen-size beds.
Restaurant and Café in Klick-Klock Home Stay
Unlike a hotel where you can get at least restaurant or a café in the building itself, this homestay is merely a house. If you are finding for a restaurant or café, you may visit few suggested restaurants nearby. You can either drive or hail a taxi to take you there.
Facilities and Activities in Klick-Klock Home Stay
Unlike a hotel where it provides a number of facilities for you to enjoy during your stay, this homestay is equipped with only a television and a reading corner. There is nothing much you can do here. However, the guests here usually spend more time touring Melaka City. There are a lot of attraction spots nearby.
Interesting Places near Klick-Klock Home Stay
Line Clear Restaurant - This is a famous chained-brand restaurant in not only Melaka but also the entire Peninsular Malaysia. It serves ‘mamak’ cuisine which the most popular dish is ‘nasi kandar kuah campur’ where a dish of rice is flavoured up with a lot of different gravies.
SamFu Restaurant, Mimosa Hotel - SamFu Restaurant is a Chinese cuisine famous restaurant in Melaka City Centre. Here is famous with fresh seafood dishes. If you are looking for a Chinese restaurant, this is the highly recommended place.
Wild Coriander Melaka - This is a Baba Nyonya concept restaurant with beautiful interior design and tasty foods. It serves a wide range of food from rojak, cendol, to seafood and noodles.
Jonker Walk - Jonker Street Night Market is located at Jalan Hang Jebat. The street is actually the old houses built in the 17th century where now it has gradually evolved into a street of shops selling antiques, textiles, foods, handicrafts and souvenirs. A must-visit place in Melaka City Centre.
St. Francis Xavier Church - This church is famous for its architectural design. It was built in 1856 on the site of an old Portuguese church by a French priest, Father Farvé. It has a twin-spired neo-gothic structure. It is believed that the church was modelled after the Cathedral of St. Peter in Montpellier, Southern France because it closely followed the older church’s original construction.
Chen Ho’s Cultural Musuem - This is a huge museum exhibits the life of Zheng He, a well-known Chinese nobleman, and his world voyage. It displays his journey to Melaka with big pictures of Chinese history. It is a very good place to gain knowledge about Chinese history.
The Orangutan House - This is not zoo. Do not get confused. It is an art house presenting drawings, crafts and others based on orang-utan concept. Located at Jalan Hang Jebat, this is the right place for art lovers to visit.
Kampung Keling Mosque - This mosque is popular for it still retains its original traditional design. The architectural design of the mosque is a cross between Sumatran, Chinese, Hindu, and the Malacca Malay. Muslims tourists are always seen here for prayers.