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This interesting site is the burial ground for the early Chinese settlers so obviously, hordes of Chinese tourists speaking in their native tongue will be your fellow travelers. The trees offer welcome shade while browsing some graves.
Bukit Cina is the ancestral burial ground of Melaka’s Chinese community. Also known as Chinese Hill, it is the largest and oldest Chinese graveyard outside of China itself with over 12,500 graves. Although it is primarily a graveyard for early Chinese settlers, the cemetery has...More
This hill is the graveyard of the earliest Chinese settlers to this country as well as ancestral graves of the Chinese community. The gravesite has been cleaned and it looks neat and green with shady trees and green grass. It is now a popular walking...More
Spent around an hour walking around this cemetery on a wooded hill near our hotel.
Some of the graves are spectacular, some modest, but it is a calm place, peaceful with good views.
Nice to get away to greenery and to have some shade on...More
We had nice walk .The view from the top is really nice .Must wear proper shoes as the walk way has lotsa centipedes.As a women it is not safe to walk alone not because of graveyard,there is no emergency exit near if anyone did anything....More
It has a lot of Chinese tombstones seems to be left abandoned but during hungry ghost festival there's prayers going on. It sits right close to the city area and a testament to the Chinese's arrival to Melaka from the priors of 14th centuries. Also...More
Some history of Melaka to be learned at this place.
Nothing much here if you are not a history lover.
This place is located just beside a road.
It was surprisingly crowded and there were many fruit stall at this place.
Nice placid place to walk or jog in the mornings or evenings. I spotted some monkeys, several birds including the black napped oriole & Richards Pipit. The black berries was in bloom & I ate it while admiring the bright red "Flame of the Forest"...More
Bukit China was one of the highlights of my visit to Melaka. The hill is relatively far from the city centre, but it absolutely worth the effort (it's a long walk).
Half of this big hill is covered in an almost wild wood, with tall...More
A hidden gem in Malacca, this ancient Chinese cemetery occupies a gentle hill downtown Malacca. The walk to the hilltop is even more impressive during March and April when the red flame of the forest and the frangipani trees cover the slopes with their spectacular...More