Impressions of the city
Straits of Malacca, colonial style, World Heritage Site, quiet town
Malacca is the oldest city in Malaysia, with a history of more than 700 years, and was once the capital of the Kingdom of Malacca.
Tourists are known for its important location in the Straits of Malacca, but the sights and culture of this small town are worth exploring.
Malacca is a small and sophisticated city, like the back garden of the capital Kuala Lumpur;
It was colonized by Portugal, the Netherlands, Britain and Japan;
As a result, it retains its multinational architecture, rich culture and inhabitants of all origins.
Holland Square on Red Square is a landmark, and the Red House of Holland here is a must-see for almost all visitors;
The Chinese-style Jonker Street also allows visitors to witness the life of the Chinese here.