Malacca is located on the north shore of the Malacca Strait, and Indonesia's Sumatra across the sea. Malacca is also Malaysia's oldest city, was founded in 1403, was the capital of the Kingdom of Malacca. This has a nearly 700-year history of the ancient city of trade, because of its good sailing location and rich spices and other property resources, has been coveted by the colonists, has been Portugal, the Netherlands, Britain and Japan occupied. You can see in today's Malacca multinational style of the building, you can also eat a variety of specialties. Go to Malaysia tours, Malacca is the preferred destination.
Malacca is a small strait, the Malay Peninsula and Sumatra Island up and down across. This long and narrow ocean channel carries the necessary access between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific, and carries more than 80% of China's import and export trade and about 90% of the energy import and export. Every day there is a rafting tour of Malacca River activities, registration office in the terminal behind the tourist center office. All the way along the urban area, you will enjoy the old warehouse and fish market. The return trip will pass through the river. There are a lot of European, Chinese and Malay-style buildings, hotels, cafes, bars, and various graffiti frescoes, which adds a few modern touches to this historic mother river.
St. Paul's Church
St. Paul's Church is the oldest church built by Europeans in South East Asia, with pure white statue stands the priest at the Church of Saint Francis, said after his death corpse does not rot. The Dutch victory over Portugal and cut off a hand, mummy Francis father bleeding, so it is respect for the saints statue to commemorate. The Portuguese war in Malacca has passed for hundreds of years. The past has been dispersed like smoke and smoke, and the church which has been baptized by the war has broken walls everywhere. From its frame construction, we can still glimpse the style of the year. The church was converted into aristocratic cemetery in the church now stands in a piece written in Latin and Portuguese slate, is that nobles of the tombstone.
Red Square Dutch Square
Red Dutch Square is a landmark in Malacca, with a red one-meter red house, the oldest Dutch complex in Southeast Asia. Get 17 bus from Melaka Sentral. Red Square Holland Square is located in a small triangle near the Malacca River, a fountain in the center of the square, a small fountain, British style, elegant shape, called the Queen Victoria Fountain, built in 1904, is to commemorate the British Queen Victoria Built Surrounded by fountains, there are several exquisite small garden, their unique styling style set off this square center fountain, constitute a beautiful picture. Here you will have a perfect holiday in Malaysia.