Malacca (Melaka) - the historical city on the western coast of Malaysia famous for its colonial-style architecture.
Dutch Square & Stadthuys Malacca
Dutch Square is a square in Malacca that is surrounded by red colonial Dutch buildings. This place is also known as the Red Square. The picturesque buildings and structures here are the Stadthuys (City Hall), Christ Church, Queen Victoria’s Fountain and Tan Beng Swee Clock Tower.
Clock Tower in Dutch Square
The red clock tower found nearby Stadhuys Malacca is called Tang Beng Swee Clock Tower. The tower was built in honor of a generous Chinese tycoon.
A Famosa is a Portuguese fortress located in Malacca. The fortress is one of the oldest surviving European structures that still remain in Southeast Asia. However, only a small gate house called Porta de Santiago can be seen nowadays.
Jonker Walk is a walking street in Chinatown of Melaka. Jonker Walk is famous for the night market that takes places on the street on Fridays and Saturdays and sells everything from tasty snacks to various souvenirs.
Masjid Selat Melaka
Masjid Selat Melaka or Melaka Straits Mosque, also known as Floating Mosque, is a newly built mosque located on the man-made Malacca Island, just off the city center of Malacca.
Masjid Kampung Kling
Kampong Kling Mosque is an old mosque in Malacca. Kampung Kling Mosque together with Hindu temple Sri Poyatha Moorthi and Chinese Cheng Hoon Teng Temple are all situated on the same street that is known as "Harmony Street" for this reason.
Cheng Hoon Teng Temple
Cheng Hoon Teng Temple is a Chinese temple in Malacca. Located on the “Harmony Street”, the temple practices Buddhism, Confucianism and Taoism and is the oldest functioning temple of this kind in Malaysia.