The Stadthuys - Believed to be the oldest Dutch buidling in the East (circa 1641 and 1660), the Stadthuys houses the museum of History and ethnography. The salmon-coloured building reflects the distinct architectural-style of the Dutch.
Cheng Hoon Teng Temple - was built in 1646, it is the oldest Chinese temple in Malaysia Reflective of Southern Chinese architecture, it features nythical figures, animals, birds, and flowers of porcelain and glass. The main hall is dedicated to Taoist deities. The temple has an inscription commemorating the first visit of Admiral Cheng Ho, The Ming emperor's emissary to Malacca.
(Full day tour)
Other Places of Interest :-
Maritime Museum , Royal Malaysian Navy Museum, St. Francis Xavier's Church, Proclamation of Independence Memorial, The Melaka Fort, Sam Po Kong Temple, Hang Li Poh's Well, Bukit China, The Dutch Graveyard, Kampung Keling's Mosque, Sri Payyatha Vinayagar Moorthi Temple, Masjid Selat.
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