The Portuguese Square was built in the late 1980s, imitating the same type of architecture in Portugal. The descendants of Portuguese intermarriage with Malays, who have lived here for more than 400 years, have their own culture and way of life. It is about 3 kilometers east of Malacca.
Portuguese Square is located in the Portuguese village, about 3 kilometers from the city center. Eurasian mixed-race communities in Malacca live in villages. The square has a unique architectural design. It can taste delicious Portuguese food, enjoy dances, performances and other cultural activities.
The Portuguese Settlement was really interesting to me, as i looked for my ancestors heritage in Malaysia, and found a small community with such different cultural experiences, street and restaurant names were written in an "old" Portuguese. This square has plenty of food stalls, great to eat inexpensive seafood.
It's a large square, but I don't know what's going on. There seemed to be very few people on that day. It's not exciting.
Portugal Square is a good place. It's very wide and nice.