Its a place good for photography. Some small stalls can be seen selling batik clothings, souvenirs etc. Good place to explore heritages! Some small museums are along the street too.
About Red Square (Dutch Square)
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This is where most people meet to start their tour of Melaka. All the buildings here are red in the old Dutch style. There is a fountain and flower gardens and many stalls selling souvenirs along the wall of the big building. There are also...More
You will not miss the spot as it is locales at the centre of the road between St. Paul Hill and Jonker Street. Remember to bring your umbrella and sunglasses along. Take plenty of pictures. If the Christ Church is open just have a visit...More
I have travelled several times to Melaka since the early 1990's. I really do (for some reason!) have a soft spot for it. This part of town is a main thoroughfare & since Melaka has blossomed with the heritage trail etc has become extremely busy...More
If you like Dutch Architecture, this is the place to be. The 'red' city is one of a kind in Malaysia. you can take beautiful pictures with the sunset.
It was beautiful, with most of the building painted red. You can get many great photo here :D For the museum fee, the price is expensive. It makes the tourist averse to come in. And to much vehicle pass the main road. Maybe it's better...More
It is one of the signature spots of Melaka so no tourist would skip it. Due to this exact reason, the place is swarmed... it's hard to ticket pictures without capturing loads of other tourists too Another reviewer suggested going before 7am or after 10pm....More
It's a nice historic town 4hrs away from Singapore. If you want to have a nice and relaxing weekend that isa place to go. European architecture and lots of small bars by the river, have a glass of wine and enjoy the sunset.