Living history is an activity that incorporates historical tools, activities and dress into an interactive presentation that seeks to give observers and participants a sense of stepping back in time. Although it does not necessarily seek to reenact a specific event in history, living history is similar to, and sometimes incorporates, historical reenactment. Living history is an educational medium used by living history museums, historic sites, heritage interpreters, schools and historical reenactment groups to educate the public or their own members in particular areas of history, such as clothing styles, pastimes and handicrafts, or to simply convey a sense of the everyday life of a certain period in history.
If you go far to any Village in Melaka, you maybe a bit disappointed because although they still practice traditional way of life, their home are quite modern type. Hard to find 100% wooden kampung houses even in the village. But in Kampong Morten, you also will be surprised because (although in the middle of hustle and bustle and modern skycrappers) all the houses are traditional wooden Melaka houses and properly maintain.
Checkout the Villa Meriah Kampung Morten.
Lot 41,42, Lorong Tun Mamat 3, Kg Morten, 75300 Melaka.
-Located in a traditional Malay village Kampung Mortern. Experience the kampung house!. When would you like to stay at Villa Meriah Kampung Morten? Check it out here.
2)Heeren Street (Baba Heritage Museum & Jonker Street).
Here all the construction are being preserved according to the UNESCO status. Best place for antiques hunter.You can trace The ‘Straits Chinese’, also called the Baba and Nyonya heritage starting from this place.
3)Chitty Museum and Settlement.
If Baba and Nyonya is the Chinese Peranakan, Chitty is Indian Peranakan. They both adopt local culture hundred years ago. Their ancestors mainly in Melaka. Chitty Settlement located in Gajah Behrang.
Nearby Hotel/guest house is Senyum Senyum Holiday House. No 34, Jalan Gajah Berang, Gajah Berang, 75100 Melaka