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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




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



Queen Victoria’s Fountain

Britain’s longest reigning monarch’s commemorative tribute is indeed a sight to behold; impressive, majestic, and historical. You can’t miss the Queen Victoria’s fountain as it’s situated in the middle of Dutch Square. A throwback to the ... Read More



Kampung Hulu Mosque

The mosque is situated north of Jalan Tukang Emas, also known as “Harmony Street” because of its proximity to the Sri Payyatha Viyanagar Moorthi Temple and Cheng Hoon Teng Temple. The architectural design of the mosque ... Read More



Portuguese Square

It won’t look too much at first glance, but you will be fortunate to get an advance look inside a new Museum being developed which, when open, will provide an interesting look at the history and, ... Read More



Bukit China (Chinese Hill)

This fascinating hillside burial ground has a storied past; it should, as it dates back to the Ming dynasty. This was a popular spot for joggers. There are 20,000 graves, all Chinese and buried according to ... Read More



Independence Memorial

This building has an amazing architecture located in the heart of Melaka. As a tourist, one would find this place to be a little too detailed. But it is made interesting with all the artifacts. It ... Read More



Hokkien Huay Kuan Temple

During your visit to the Jonker Street area there is a small temple, called the Hokkien Huay Kuan Temple that you can visit. A feast to the eyes, the exterior of this well-restored historic clan house ... Read More



Malay and Islamic World Museum

The Malay and Islamic World Museum is located in Bastion House building, which was built in 1910 by the British rubber company Dunlop. They used the building until 1986. The upstairs exhibition rooms held information about ... Read More

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