Malacca famous Red House district,Heritage and lots of views with Cultures and Nonya food around
The Dutch Red House is the oldest Dutch building in Southeast Asia. It is located on the Bank of the Malacca River and was built between 1641 and 1660. It was originally a church, then a municipal government, and the Malacca Museum, which contains historical relics from Malay, Portugal, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. Opening hours: Friday: 9:00-12:15, 14:45-18:00; other times: 9:00-18:00 church, still in use. There are many souvenirs at the door. Small souvenirs with Malacca characteristics. Things are not expensive. You can buy when you meet the right one.
Malaysia has Malacca as our tour group of New Matai. Malacca is the blending place of Malaysian foreign cultures, with the cultural imprints of Europe, Asia, the Middle East and other places. The Dutch Red House is a historical evidence of the invasion of colonial Malaysia by the Dutch in Europe in that year. It is famous for its unique red peripheral bricks and tiles. There are precious historical relics in Britain, Malay, Netherlands, Portugal and other countries.
Malacca, an important maritime transportation route connecting East Asia and Europe, was once a Portuguese colony in history, occupied by Dutch ships, and impressed by the arduous struggle of Chinese people to go to the South China Sea. Malacca is not a big city. Almost all the so-called must-visit scenic spots found in the strategy are concentrated in this area. The Dutch Red House is the most prominent one. Even if you don't visit those museums, it's good to look around the Red Castle and enjoy the shining old buildings.
The Dutch Red House is located in the busier area of Malacca. Looking from a distance, there used to be rows of red houses. European-style buildings are very beautiful. It was rainy and cloudy that day. The light was not very good. There is a small fountain in the square. It is said that it was built in memory of Queen Victoria of England. It is called Queen Victoria fountain. It is very beautiful against the red house.
Be sure to see it! Be sure to see it! Be sure to see it! Repeat important things three times. It's a museum worth visiting. Tickets are 10 cents, 10:30 and 2:30 p.m. Free tour guides explain. Fortunately, I met a good tour guide and told me about the origin, history and Zheng He's contribution to Malacca. It is arguably the most successful and rewarding visit to the museum.
She is the symbol of Malacca, and she says vividly "If you haven't been here in Malacca, you've basically been there in vain". Red House in Holland, Christian Church in Holland, Bell Tower in Holland and Victoria Fountain all constitute the red square complex in front of us. However, we need to do a science popularization. In the middle of the square, the spire with a cross and three arches is actually a Dutch Christian church. Facing the right hand side of the church, the building in the first picture is the Dutch Red House. It used to be a colony governor's palace, and the reason why it was painted red was because the local people loved to eat betel nut, chewed it and painted it with red spots everywhere. The Dutch had a headache. Fortunately, to solve the problem thoroughly, the whole building was painted red.
As a world cultural heritage city, the core landscape building of Malacca is the Dutch Red House. The former Dutch colonial governor's palace has now become the Malacca Museum of History. There are quite a lot of exhibitions and exhibits in it. Moreover, a museum is connected with a museum. You have to leave 2-3 hours to see it carefully. Ten ringgit tickets are obviously very worthwhile.
Malacca must come! At first, I was attracted by the red house and decided to go to Malacca. It was found that the small ancient city of Malacca is very worth visiting. The two sides of the Malacca River are roaming around. Chicken Farm Street looks at all kinds of shops full of age, the relics of churches with hundreds of years of history, and the walls full of bullet holes.
Also counted to have been to Malacca, the same day back and forth. TBS in Kuala Lumpur goes to Malacca. When it rains, it takes a taxi to Heroes Square. After the rain stopped, we walked all the way to the scenic spots. Three uncles buy letters. Chicken Farm Street Shopping. The mosque looks at the Strait of Malacca. The day tour is over!