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Tour description

Singapore to Malacca Cycling

» Malaysia Cycling Tours - Malacca


3 Days



3D2N SG to MALACCA (Cycle Up, Coach Back)


Cycle across the border via causeway from Singapore to the UNESCO heritage town of Malacca in Malaysia.


Following the old trunk road, we skirt past local towns like Pekan Nanas, Pontian, Batu Pahat & Muar, before arriving to Malacca.  SCT has a few segments that venture into quieter kampong roads for some parts of the journey.  Taste the delicious local Straits Chinese or "nonya" food & famous chendol/chicken rice balls in Melaka before we load up our bikes onto the coach to drive back to Singapore.


Malacca, also spelled Melaka, is a coastal state in southwestern Malaysia, famous for her rich cultural heritage, following the colonial rule of Portuguese, Dutch & British.  At its center, Jonker Street, Chinatown’s main thoroughfare, is known for antique shops and its night market. Malacca’s traditional culture is also carried on by the Baba & Nyonya who are descendants of the Chinese delegates of Ming Dynasty where they emigrated from China and settled here.


+ UNESCO world heritage town of Malacca

+ Christ Church Red Square

+ Malacca Jonker Street

+ Journey through local Malaysian towns


Singapore to Malacca Cycling Tour

Event Grade: 3+ (Moderate Challenging)

Discipline: Road tarmac / Mostly flat

No. of Cycle Days: 2

Cycle Distance: 230km (ave.115km/day)

Ascent: 300m (mostly flat with a few slopes/bridges)

Terrain: 100% road tarmac


3D2N Cost: S$490/pax (twin-share, min 6pax to go)

Single sup: S$95


1) 2 nights accommodation in hotels (4-star in Malacca)

2) Almost full-board: 2 breakfasts + 2 lunches

3) water/isotonic drinks/bananas/snacks during cycling

4) Direct coach/van transfer back to Singapore

5) Experienced cycling guide/trip leader & sweeper van

6) 100% full-support from our SSV (Support Sweeper Vehicle) during rides

7) Detailed Pre-Departure Briefing & Trip Preparation

8) Tourism tax


1. This is NOT a race event. it is a cycling tour, cycling at a manageable rolling speed of 22-28km/hr).  

2. Customised groups with faster/slower pace, pls contact us separately.

3. To join this, you should have own bike, able to cycle very confidently on the roads, have good sense of traffic rules, have done 50-70km several times.

4. We are limiting to max 20pax per coach, to have sufficient spaces for your bikes.

5. Direct straight minibus/coach back.... no need for transfer/change coach at customs!


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2. We will contact you to follow up & you will be added to the event Whatsapp group for further comms thereafter.
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Detailed itinerary

Day01 - SG / Pontian / Batu Pahat (est. cycle 135km)

(Details of itinerary will be done via briefing on private event Whatspp after registration)

Meet up near the Woodlands checkpoint to cycle across the causeway together in a group.

After clearing immigration, load up your bags/luggage onto our Support Sweeper Vehicle (SSV) which will follow us all the way to Malacca.  Route is mostly flat except some bridges between Danga Bay & Horizon Hills, and the undulating section before arriving to Batu Pahat.

Day02 - Batu Pahat / Malacca (est. cycle 100km)
After breakfast in the hotel, continue the remaining 100km to Malacca.  We will stop for a nice coffee break in the town of Muar, before detouring off the main trunk into nice quiet countryside lanes.  Arrive to Malacca for late lunch inclusive in the tour.  You have the remaining afternoon till night free for your own exploration & enjoyment.

Day03 - Malacca / coach back to SG
Enjoy sumptuous buffet breakfast in 4* hotel, still sometime to wander around before loading up for your coach back to SG after checking out at noon.



Malacca Cycling - from Singapore across the Causeway via Woodlands. Towns enroute include Pontian, Rengit, Batu Pahat & Muar

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