This fountain was built by the British among the red color Dutch buildings , lots of trishaw parked along the fountain .
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nothing much of this except that its a fountain! and it was located in the middle of red square so you will definitely pass by it, so just make sure you take picture with it and thats all to do with it. :D
A nice fountain that commemorates Queen Victoria, highlighting the British colonial era. It's great for photos at all angles around the fountain as the backdrops are interesting. Visit it in the day and at night ... it presents a different view.
Please take note that these 4 attractions are very close to each other - namely (1) Red Square (Dutch Square), (2) Christ Church, (3) Queen Victoria's Fountain & (4) Stadthuys. So if you visited any one of them it's VERY UNLIKELY that you will miss...More
This fine fountain was erected in Dutch Square in 1904, three years after the death of Britain's Queen Victoria, as a mark of remembrance.
It is a beautiful heritage fountain at the Dutch Square. Due to its proximity to the popular spot, it is full of tourists, and they come by bus load. It was hard to take photo unless you don't mind having all the tourists as your...More
Queen Victoria's fountain stands in the main square just to the right of the now famous 'I love Malacca' sign - a photo stop for every Chinese tourist to Malacca without which they have not been to Malacca! The simple fountain commemorates the reign of...More
This beautiful fountain is located at the red square which is known as Dutch Square in the heart of Malacca Town. This attraction is located less than a kilometer from Jonker Street. At the fountain, you can take many beautiful photos there.