Melaka

Median Price

RM 553k

Based on 15835 units sold preceding 12 mths.

Annual Growth

10.9%

Compound annual growth rate in median price.

Melaka, also known as The Historic State, is the third smallest state in Malaysia after Perlis and Penang. Located in the southern region of Peninsular Malaysia, Melaka is bordering Negeri Sembilan to the north and Johor to the south. It has a coastal line facing the Straits of Malacca. The state’s capital is Malacca City, which has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since July 2008.

Famous as a tourist destination, some of the notable historical sites in Melaka include the Stadhuys, A’Famosa Fort, Christ Church, Jonker Street and Portuguese Square. Many buildings in the capital still preserve the colonial architecture.  With the rapid development of the state, its property market has also grown over the years. The state’s landscape now features modern commercial properties such as office blocks, shop-offices, shopping complexes and industrial lots. Residential properties include terraced houses, semi-detached houses and bungalows. Apartments and condominiums are also becoming increasingly popular.

Generally, this state has a tropical climate. It is said that Melaka is the driest and hottest state in Malaysia but weather conditions are still considered moderate. Temperatures can reach as high as 33˚C. There is often relief from the heat with occasional rainfall. The wettest months in Melaka are from September to October.

The ethnic composition of Melaka’s population consists of Malays; Chinese including the Peranakan community; Indians including the Chitty people; Kristang, people of partial Portuguese ancestry; and Dutch Eurasians. In addition to the Malay culture, other cultural influences in Melaka include Peranakan, Portuguese and Sikhs. These influences are reflected in the local cuisines such as cendol, belacan, assam laksa, devil’s curry and Portuguese egg tarts. Baju kebaya, Nyonya beaded shoes, dondang sayang, branyo and joget lambak are some of the traditional cultural art and performances in Melaka.

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Tender For MRT3 To Open In August 2021 – MRT Corp Tender For MRT3 To Open In August 2021 – MRT Corp ⋅ Apr 14 On the project cost, MRT Corp described the latest media reports as “not far off”. Analysts believes the cost of the project range from RM20 billion to about RM30 billion...
KPKT: Housing Development Act To Be Amended To Help Buyers Of Abandoned Projects KPKT: Housing Development Act To Be Amended To Help Buyers Of Abandoned Projects ⋅ Apr 12 According to KPKT Minister Zuraida, the ministry will establish a fund, in which developers are mandated to allocate a certain amount before they would be allowed to deve...
NAPIC Expects Property Market To Rebound In H2 2021 NAPIC Expects Property Market To Rebound In H2 2021 ⋅ Apr 13 Kenanga Research, however, noted that while property sales may rebound this year, it does not expect the recovery to reach pre-pandemic levels....
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