Melaka’s glamour and popularity worldwide is arguably contributed by the historical monuments, landmarks and tourist interest places. There are various attractions flocked by crowds from all parts of the world. Temples, museums, churches, fort, palace, memorial buildings, mountains and hill sides largely add to the beauty of the place.
Baba Nyona Heritage Museum has fascinating stories and facts to tell about the history and culture of Straits Chinese. It can be visited seven days a week. No 8 Heren Street Heritage Centre, as a heritage spot is a fine example of cultural and architectural preservation.
One of the oldest temples of Malaysia, Cheng Hoong Teng Temple is a melting point of Buddhism, Confucianism and Taoism religious beliefs. Similarly, Red Square, popularly referred as Dutch Square expresses Melaka history, Dutch living and tales of British colonization. Malacca Sultanate Palace is another ideal place for royal pleasure seekers. Other attractions include Menara Taming Sari, A’Famosa Fort, Gunung Ledare Mountain, Bukit China and Independence Memorial.

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