Casugria Boutique Heritage Residence

 

Designed for both business and leisure travel, Casugria Boutique Heritage Residence is ideally situated in Malacca City Center, one of the city's most popular locales. From here, guests can make the most of all that the lively city has to offer. With its convenient location, the property offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations.
Casugria Boutique Heritage Residence offers impeccable service and all the essential amenities to invigorate the weary traveler. To name a few of the property's facilities, there are car park, BBQ facilities.
Experience high quality room facilities during your stay here. Some rooms include internet access – wireless (complimentary), smoking policy – non-smoking available, air conditioning, television, toiletries to help guests recharge after a long day. The property's host of recreational offerings ensures you have plenty to do during your stay. When you are looking for comfortable and convenient accommodation in Malacca, make Casugria Boutique Heritage Residence your home away from home.
The name is actually a combination of the Portuguese words Casa Susegadu Alegria, which mean ‘House of Contentment and Happiness’. True to its name, this boutique guesthouse provides an authentic Malaccan experience and hospitality, given the fact that its owner and his family are living here as well. Thus, travellers can expect to learn not only about this heritage charm, but a brief history of Melaka and its vibrant communities. Furthermore, Casugria is merely 10 to 15 minutes away by car to Melaka’s UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The property’s emblematic main house, believed to be built in 1810, used to be belonged to an influential Dutchman, said to be the acting governor of Melaka around 1641 until 1824 when Melaka was under Dutch rule. Though it once belonged to a Dutch, the builder was a local man who evidently left his mark in the form of beautiful Malay carvings at the top of this building. European tiles, on the other hand, can still be seen on the floor, indicating its intimate and colourful past as proof of architectural assimilation that had been happening in Melaka throughout the ages.

           

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