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Melaka’s most unmistakable landmark and favourite trishaw pick-up spot is the Stadthuys , the imposing salmon-pink town hall and governor’s residence. It’s...
A quick photo stop at Porta de Santiago is a must. Built by the Portuguese as a fortress in 1511, the British took over in 1641, and set about destroying it...
St Paul's Church is a breezy sanctuary reached after a steep flight of stairs. Originally built by a Portuguese captain in 1521, the church offers views over...
While not an official museum, the 1920s Malay kampung house Villa Sentosa , on the Melaka River in Kampung Morten, is well worth a visit. A member of the...
The oldest functioning mosque in Malaysia, this was commissioned by the Dutch in 1728. The Portuguese had destroyed all non-Christian establishments during...
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