Melaka

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The captivating museum is arranged to look like a typical 19th-century Baba-Nonya residence. Tour guides enliven the setting with their arch sense of humour. — Lonely Planet
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The church was regularly visited by St Francis Xavier, whose marble state – minus his right hand and a few toes – stands in front of the ruin. — Lonely Planet
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Housed inside the Stadthuys is this nicely presented and extensive museum, which has a number of historical re-creations as well as displays of Chinese and Malay art, weapons and ceramics. — Lonely Planet
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The UFO-shaped chamber atop this 80m-high tower slowly rotates as it ascends and descends, allowing panoramic views of Melaka City. Binoculars are provided. — Lonely Planet
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Now a lot cleaner than it used to be, the Malacca River is worth a short scenic cruise to see old warehouses, churches, Malay villages, and bridges from a different perspective — Fodor's
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This museum was rebuilt according to historical descriptions to house a fine collection of cultural artifacts such as clothing, weaponry, and royal items. The gardens are quite nice. — Frommer's
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Learn about the introduction of Islam to Melaka and its spread around the peninsula. Exhibits include traditional Islamic arts by both local and international craftspeople. — Lonely Planet
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Built in 1753 from pink laterite bricks brought from Zeeland in Holland, this much-photographed church has Dutch and Armenian tombstones in the floor of its rather bare interior. — Lonely Planet
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A central landmark, this mid-19th-century neo-Gothic building was once the largest church built by the MEP (Paris Foreign Missionary) in the Malay Peninsula. — Lonely Planet
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Once the site of a Portuguese fortress called A Famosa, all that remains today of the fortress is the entrance gate, which was saved from demolition by Sir Stamford Raffles — Frommer's
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It is a striking sight as the entire structure juts out into the water and definitely a great stop for any photographer. — Afar Magazine
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Still standing after Portuguese, Dutch, British and now Malaysian rule, the Cheng Hoon Teng Temple in Melaka is one of the oldest and finest examples of a traditional Chinese place of worship. — Afar Magazine
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It's believed to be the oldest Dutch building in Southeast Asia. The large but simple building has white wooden shutters and a tiled roof. — Afar Magazine
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