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  A’Famosa  
     

 

A’Famosa

 
  Built in 1511, A’Famosa used to sprawl across a whole hillside but now only a lone gate (Porta de Santiago) remains. 

Originally constructed by Alfonso de Albuquerque (who led the Portuguese invasion on the Malacca Sultanate), the remains of the fort is now a preserved whitewashed gatehouse and is located downhill from St. Paul’s Church.
 
 
 
     
  Jonker Street  
     

 

Jonker Street

 
  Jonker Walk is best visited during the weekends as it is a commonly acknowledged fact that visitors worldwide flock to this particular street in Malacca for its vibrant night market.

Well-organized with a wide array of stalls, polite and friendly hawkers, ubiquitous bargains as well as live music coursing throughout the area, Jonker Walk comes to life in full color with a lively street party-like atmosphere.
 
 
 
     
  Christ Church  
     

 

Christ Church

 
  Christ Church was built by the Dutch when they took possession of Malacca from the Portuguese and today, it stands as 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. The interior of the cathedral has 200 years old handmade pews, decorative fanlights and plaques that honour Dutch soldiers and locals. 
 
 
 
     
  The Stadthuys  
     

 

The Stadthuys

 
  A massive bright terracotta-red riverfront building that was once the official residence of Dutch governors and officers, The Stadthuys is believed to be the oldest-surviving Dutch building in the East.

Built between 1641 and 1660 on the ruins of a Portuguese fort, The Stadthuys of Malacca was the focal point of several successive European governments for over 300 years, from its completion until 1980.
 
 
 
     
  St. Paul's Church  
     

 

St. Paul's Church

 
  The largest and oldest Chinese graveyard outside of China, Bukit Cina is the ancestral burial ground of Malacca’s Chinese community.

Also known as Chinese Hill, it has more than 12,500 graves and these days the 20ha hill is primarily used as a jogging track. The burial ground’s fame began with the marriage of Sultan Mansur Shah of Malacca to the Ming emperor’s daughter, Princess Hang Liu.
 
 
   
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