Porta de Santiago is all that remains of this Portuguese fortress, but it was used to house a Christian city and is a poignant reminder of the Portuguese occupation of Melaka over 400 years ago.
A Portuguese fortress, built-in 1511. It is one of the oldest surviving European architectural remains in Southeast Asia and the Far East. Admission Fees: Free Distance from unit: 900m
A’Famosa & St Paul Hill are perhaps Malacca’s best known sightseeing spot. [10 mins walking distance] 古城門與聖保羅教堂为马六甲主要著名景点。【步行10分钟】
A' Famosa Malacca’s best known sightseeing spot. It is among the oldest surviving historical architectural remains in Asia. It is one of the most valuable historical ruins built by the Portuguese centuries ago. This place is another sought after attraction in Melaka that you should not miss if you…
A’Famosa is more than just quick photo stop opportunity for tourists. Built in 1511, the settlement used to sprawl across a whole hillside but now only a lone gate (Porta de Santiago) remains. One of the oldest surviving European architectural remains in Asia; it is set beside the Istana ke Sultanan…
“another shopping centre away from the heat. with good curry and coffee. anything your heart delight. I ”
“One of Malacca’s first shopping malls, Mahkota Parade houses almost 200 stores, including international brands, food-and-beverage outlets and entertainment centres. Opened in 1994, the four-storey shopping mall was recently refurbished to embrace a modern, sleeker look, and with new exciting tenants onboard, it is set to take the shopping scene in Malacca by storm.”
“马六甲巴巴娘惹遗产博物馆（THE BABA NYONYA HERITAGE MUSEUM）明朝起，华人开始移民马六甲。由于当初华人移民中女性极少，男性华人被迫与当地人通婚。“巴巴”和“娘惹”即为华人与马六甲当地妇女通婚后生下的男性和女性后代。他们在心理及传统上仍然十分中国化，语言为夹杂中文词汇的马来土语。其房屋建筑风格极为讲究雕琢。该博物馆为曾姓私人博物馆，较为全面地展示了其当时的日常生活形态。”