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Best of 2016

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Red Square (Dutch Square)

Dutch Square is surrounded by red painted buildings. It reflects the history of Melaka, the Dutch administration (the Stadthuys, Christ Church), the British colonization (Queen Victoria’s Fountain), and the Chinese settlers (Tan Beng Swee Clock Tower ... Read More


Landmark

Chinatown-Melaka-Street

Chinatown – Melaka

One of those places where every day you find something new and interesting. It can be another little coffee place or restaurant, perhaps a temple or boutique. Everything is within walking distance. This is one of ... Read More


Best of 2016

Menara Taming Sari

Menara Taming Sari

The Menara Taming Sari gives you a bird’s eye view of Melaka. The binoculars are provided to rent. The visitors queuing orderly, seated in waiting chairs along the waiting area, The tower is going up and ... Read More


Best of 2016

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Christ Church

Dated back to the 18th century, Christ Church is one of the most recognizable images of Melaka in Dutch Square. This church is one of a kind; its red color is very unique and remarkable. Just ... Read More


Cultural

Melaka-Stamp-Museum

Melaka Stamp Museum

The Museum is nicely tucked between two other Museums but its small size is really charming. There you can visit 4 upstairs rooms and 1 downstairs room as well as a gift shop which sells stamps. ... Read More


Landmark

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Stadthuys

This 17th-century building was the seat of the Dutch administration and now houses a history museum, with the church bell that chimes it bring a calm feeling whist you discover the surrounding of Malacca premier museum. ... Read More


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