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Sightseeing og landemerker i Malacca

Historiske museer

History Museum
“A museum showcases the local history of ethnic Chinese- Malays called Baba- Nyonya Peranakan in Melaka. Opening Hours: Mon - Thur (10 am- 5 pm, last tour at 4:15 pm) & Fri - Sun (10 am - 6pm, last tour at 5pm) Admission fees: RM 11- RM 16 Distance from unit: 3.8km ”
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History Museum
History Museum
“A good place to learn the basics about the history of Malacca and customs of Malaysians.”
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History Museum
History Museum

Naturskjønne utsiktsplasser

Scenic Lookout
“Menara Taming Sari, is a modern rotating observation deck tower that ascends to 80 meters. It allows tourist to enjoy the best view of Melaka City at a 360-degree view. Opening hours: Mon- Sun 10am-11pm Admision fees: RM 11- RM 23 Distance from unit: 600m ”
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Scenic Lookout
“One of the highest building in Melaka - 43th Floor. There is a Sky Tower for you to hand around, for viewing the 360 degree of Melaka City. ”
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Historiske steder

Historic Site
“A Portuguese fortress, built-in 1511. It is one of the oldest surviving European architectural remains in Southeast Asia and the Far East. Admission Fees: Free Distance from unit: 900m”
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Historic Site
“A’Famosa is more than just quick photo opportunity for tourists. Built in 1511, the settlement used to sprawl across a whole hillside but now only a lone gate (Porta de Santiago) remains. Originally constructed by Alfonso de Albuquerque (who led the Portuguese invasion on the Malacca Sultanate), the remains of the fort is now a crumbling whitewashed gatehouse that can be found down the hill from St. Paul’s Church. When work was undertaken on the Menara Taming Sari revolving tower in 2006, another part of the A’Famosa was discovered. As a result, the revolving tower was relocated further inland and A’Famosa’s newly-discovered fortress walls were reconstructed.”
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Church
“Built by the Dutch, in 1753, and is instantly recognisable with its bright red facade and huge white cross on top. Sits literally a stone throw's away from Jonker Street and next to the Stadhuys museum. It's still in service too. ”
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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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Historic Site
“Because there's so much more to see and learn about the history of Malacca, its multi-cultural and multi traditional society, beliefs and religion. Uniquely Malacca.”
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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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