The Maritime Museum of Malacca was built on the basis of a real large Portuguese cruise ship. Because of the priceless treasures of Malacca in the cabin, the Maritime Museum is considered one of the most important symbols of Malacca's heritage. In the window of the museum, there are items left over from different periods in Malacca. The main exhibits are flags, statues and illustrations of different historical periods. In addition to buying tickets, there are also explanatories that you can rent and choose Chinese.
On a rainy Monday, I was walking in Malacca with an umbrella. I didn't make any strategy before. I didn't know that there was such a museum in Malacca. I was very excited to see such a big ship. I thought it would be great to visit, but I didn't expect to close the garden. Is it true that all museums in the world are closed on Monday, and the next day is a fine day. There is no time for all kinds of scenic spots to go shopping. It takes an hour or two to listen to the floater. In short, it's a pity.
Listen to the taxi driver, this is a Portuguese warship hundreds of years ago, the government changed it into a museum, 10 Ma Yuan admission, indoor also need to take off shoes, but seriously, there is nothing to see, and the air conditioning is insufficient, very stuffy.
The museum is relatively small, but free. You can't miss it when you arrive in Malacca, because there is a colonial cargo ship at the entrance for tourists to board. There are not many exhibits, models and photographs in the museum, including the knowledge of ships during the Great Voyage period, the history of ships'development, the knowledge of marine life. Now that we are in Malacca, let's go and have a look.
To Malacca, all the scenic spots are basically worth walking, after all, the place is not big, the scenic spots are concentrated, and can be found with little effort. The Navigation Museum covers a relatively small area and is located on the other side of the Malacca River on Jichang Street. The scenery is still good. You can see the mast of the boat from a distance, walk in and visit it, and it's almost half an hour.