Christ Church is the red church building located in the back of the small Dutch Square in the heart of Malacca. This is the oldest functioning Protestant church in Malaysia dating to the 18th century. As such, it is worth a few minutes of your time when visiting this part of the city center.
The church is built in the classic Dutch architectural style of the colonial period and is quite attractive from the outside being well situated behind the Queen Victoria's Fountain. From these vantage points, it is well worth a few clicks of your camera before proceeding into the church.
Photography is not allowed inside the church but that is ok. It is quite simple and modestly decorated once inside and after exploring for a few minutes, you'll probably be ready to head back out and enjoy the square.
The Christ Church is one of several places that you can visit on the Dutch Square, including the Stadthuys (Closed until Feb 2014) and a host of small museums that run around St. Paul's Hill. Its a nice area to spend a few hours when visiting Malacca.
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