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Mosque
“floating mosque, sunset view is spectacular at about 7pm. 15 minutes car ride.”
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Hindu Temple
“Sri Poyyatha Vinayagar Moorthi Temple is one of the first Hindu temples built in Malaysia. It is set in close proximity to Kampung Kling Mosque and Cheng Hoon Teng Temple along Jalan Tokong Emas (Harmony Street), an avenue known for its collection of religious shrines.Located at Jalan Tukang Emas,Melaka ”
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Church
“Built in 1849 by a French priest, Rev Farve. It is dedicated to St Francis Xavier, known as the ‘apostle of the East’. He is well remembered for the missionary work spreading Catholicism to South-east Asia in the 16th century.”
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Mosque
“Built by Indian Muslim traders in the year 1748 during the Dutch colonial era, the Kampung Kling Mosque is one of the oldest mosques in Malaysia which still retains its original design. The architectural design of the mosque seems to reflect Malacca’s colourful past as a major trading port during the 14th to 18th century as it combines influences from the Sumatran, the Chinese, the Hindu, the local Malay community and the European aesthetics.Located at Jalan Tukang Emas,Melaka ”
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Mosque
“The oldest functioning mosque in Malaysia, Masjid Kampung Hulu was commissioned by the Dutch East India Company in 1728. As part of their colonisation tactics, the Dutch helped the locals rebuild their places of worship after the Portuguese had destroyed all non-Christian establishments during their occupation. As a result, the mosque is made up of predominantly Javanese architecture with three ascending layers of flared pyramidal roofs. Masjid Kampung Hulu also incorporates Chinese elements such as the pagoda-like stone minarets and ceramic roof tiles.”
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Mosque
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Mosque
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