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.
This place is for you to know a bit about the history of Malacca and Malaysia. The Portuguese came here, the Dutch (who moved on to Indonesia) who were the force behind The Stadthuys, the Clock tower, then the British who ruled Malaysia till 31 August 1957 when it gained Independence. Tourism info has free internet and air conditioner. There is an unerring aura that grabs your senses. Your present is caught in the past; strange. Christ Church beckons, arching into your memory lanes. Queen Victoria’s Fountain – ever majestic; forever sparkling.
As featured in Best of Melaka Travel in 1-day walking