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The Stadthuys

4.5/5718 Reviews
Tuesday-Thursday, Saturday 9:00-17:30, Friday 9:00-12:15, 14:45-17:30, Monday is closed. (Local time)
The Stadthuys is located in the heart of the Dutch Square and was originally used as a church and city government. It is currently the Malacca Museum and contains many precious historical relics from countries such as Malaysia, China, Portugal, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. The Stadthuys Museum is divided into six museums, including the Museum of History and Ethnology, the Museum of Art, the Zhenghe Museum of Art, the Democracy Museum, the Muslim Museum and the Education Museum. Exhibited are exquisite porcelain, coins, historical books, oil paintings and more, which were circulated from abroad. Malaysian prime ministers of various periods, the construction of the Dutch city of Malacca, and the history and culture of the Muslim religion are also introduced.

Malacca River

4.4/5385 Reviews
Open all day. Cruise time 9:00-23:00 (Local time)
The Malacca River is a small narrow strait, and the Malay Peninsula faces Sumatra. This long narrow strait carries the necessary passage between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. There is often a rafting trip to the Malacca River. All the way along the city, you can enjoy the old warehouse and fish market.

St Peter's Church

4.4/5114 Reviews

St. Francis Xavier Church

4.3/589 Reviews
Open all day (Local time)
St Paul's Xavier Church is an old church building in Malacca, situated at the bottom of St. Paul's Hill. Today it is connected to the Malacca Museum Complex along with the A Famosa ruins, the Stadthuys and other historical buildings. There are multiple artifacts to view signifying the church's Portuguese Heritage. This quaint well kept church is worth the trip.

Bukit China

4.2/5138 Reviews

Baba and Nyonya Heritage Museum

4.3/5106 Reviews
Every day from 10:00 to 13:00 and from 14:00 to 17:00. (Local time)
 The Baba and Nyonya Heritage Museum was established in 1986. The Baba and Nyonya Heritage Museum displays the history of the Chinese-Malays, who are also known as Baba-Nyonya or Peranakan in Malacca.

St Paul's Church

4.4/5290 Reviews
Open all day (Local time)
The St. Paul's Church was built in 1521 and built for the Portuguese. The famous missionary St. Francis was buried here, and the statue of the priest of Franciscans was placed in front of the church. After the Dutch occupied Malacca in 1670, the church was used as a castle, and many bullet holes were still visible on the outer wall today. In 1753, as a cemetery for the Dutch aristocracy, some tombstones with Latin and Portuguese are still preserved.

Queen Victoria's Fountain

4.2/598 Reviews

Villa Sentosa (Malay Living Museum)

4.2/536 Reviews

Malacca Straits Mosque

4.6/5172 Reviews
Open all day, please do not disturb if you are in the church. (Local time)
The Malacca Straits Mosque is located on the artificially built Malacca Island. If the water level is high, it looks like a floating building. The strait mosque under the glory of the setting sun is very beautiful. The chanting sounds from the radio are combined with the sound of the waves. The sunset is set against the golden dome. It is a pleasant thing to sit on the levees on the seashore to enjoy the beautiful scenery. After dark, the mosque will light up and the whole building will become another color, with no charm.