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This is the famous poster church with long history. It’s amazing how this church could stand there for so many hundreds of years and still functioning. If you didn’t see this church, you definitely haven’t been to Melaka.
It is painted in the same red...More
Impressive landmark of Malacca for our friends from China to visit. Already there is a big crowd of tourists before us. A magnificient heritage well kept and an attraction for tourists. Picturesque site for remembrance.
This red church stands majestically in the red square right in the heart of Melaka historical city. Built in 1753 by the Dutch, it is still functioning as an Anglican church with a simple interior and wooden pews. Sitting inside, the cool and calming atmosphere...More
This is a “red” church in the red square! It is really quite plan on the outside and inside, the key things to see are the wooden roof beams, each carved from a single tree and the freize of the Last Supper.
Christ Church was built by the Dutch, it's one of Malacca’s most defining structures. Situated along Jalan Gereja (also known as Church Street) it is an instantly recognizable brick-red building with a huge white cross at the top. Sitting opposite the Stadhuys, Christ Church was...More
This 18th century Anglican Church stands across from Stadthuys. It is strikingly red with a cross at the top. The interior still has its 200 year old handmade pews. We stayed awhile reading the plaques honoring Dutch soldiers.