Malacca , a world heritage site

The Living Museum

So we have longed wanted to visit Malacca but never had enough time to spare each time when we are in the area. Its a 2 hour pleasant drive from Kuala Lumpur, though not on a cloudy and rainy day. Thanks to my college best friend, Flora, who made the arrangement and made this trip possible. We weren’t lucky enough to choose this day as it was raining intermittently all day through. Also thanks to Danny for guiding us on this trip. We had a wonderful lunch at Siew Tin’s Nyonya Kitchen to savor the Nyonya dishes. And here are some of the very colorful scenes I have ever taken in pictures.

Christ Church, an 18th century Anglican church located a few minutes to Jonker street.
Malacca Art Galery
St Paul’s church ruins, the structure was originally built in 1521 by a Portuguese captain, Duarte Coelho . It is located on top of St Paul’s hill and you’ve git to climb up 100 steep staircase to reach this unroof ruin. Its has a interesting history.
Old landmark here for centuries
How colorful!
The start of the Jonker Walk
Jonker river walk
The colorful Becha ride
You can never miss this view of an old delightful picture painted building along the Jonker river walk
Jonker river walk
We are almost ending our historical walk