Really beautiful structure they have here. It’s a place where you could take lots of photo and also walk around to look at things the street vendors was selling. Aside to that, you could also walk to other attractions from here.
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Great place to visit for historical and a heritage site. Nearby the vicinity there are antique furniture shops that gets you in the mood to look into antiques for fun collection. It's a nice place to be at away from the other Metropolitan cities.
Christ Church is in Dutch Square so it's painted red like the town hall and the clock tower. It has the date of 1753 and was constructed by the Dutch during their occupation of the town and St. Peter's Church, the Catholic Church on the...More
Arguably the most famous building in the city and you seriously can't miss it for its clay red hue. Do take a look inside the sanctuary which is simple but boasts some old-time artefacts seen in churches of old as well as some fascinating tablets...More
I first saw this Church back in 1996 and am pleased to say it is being kept in pristine condition. One of the oldest Churches in the region and part of Melaka Heritage Are it is a great place for a photo opportunity, and a...More
18th Century church in the centre of the old town in Malacca. Built by the Dutch in 1753 as Bovenkirk. Originally a Dutch Reform Church it is now an Anglican Church. It blends with the red colour of the heritage district. It was originally white...More