MELAKA WORLD HERITAGE CITY
What to see in Melaka?
It's historical, cultural and natural attraction you can see the old structures built for may years. Just a 2 hour bus ride from Kuala Lumpur, it's part of our DIY itinerary and spent the whole day touring the place, not quite expensive but in return exploring and learning is a good investment indeed.
Here are some of the places we've visited.
|A' FAMOSA MELAKA|
One of the oldest surviving European architectural remains in Asia
|MALACCA MALAY SULTANATE WATER WHEEL|
located in Malacca River
Oldest functioning protestant church in Malaysia. One of the famous place in Melaka
|ST. FRANCIS XAVIER CHURCH|
Church was built in 1849 and dedicated to St. Francis Xavier
It's a neo-gothic structure was built on the site of an old ruined Portuguese church.
|QUEEN VICTORIA'S FOUNTAIN|
Built in 1904 by the British and it was dedicated to Queen Victoria. A century old fountain.
|Inside the Museum|
The famous Jonker Street, it's not like an ordinary flea market, it was definitely different. The place are varied from clothing shops, souvenirs, antiques shops and traditional foods. You can find good buys, when i say good buys cheap ones, for "pasalubongs".
The buildings and places still remain historic, it was a fulfillment knowing the history of Melaka.