I loved this little stop. Great old structure. The foundation of Malacca today. Met some good people here. I'd recommend it.
About St. Paul's Hill & Church (Bukit St. Paul)
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Aithough you have to climb up to reach the top of St Paul Hill, the view is spectacular as you are able to see part of Straits of Melaka and the city. There are hstorical artifects and old tombs inside the walls of the church...More
We again went to maleka Malaysia over the Chinese New Year Period, walked through Jonkers St to St Paul's Church, hot and sweaty (so have water with you and be prepared for a good walk, if you are having trouble walking maybe not for you)...More
The walk up the hill is rewarded by an all round view of the city. The church is quite an atmospheric ruin
Walking along the road beside Stadthuys, you will be surprised by two things – numerous museums located on your left and colourful trishaw blasting music, carrying passengers passing by. As you make your way to St Paul Church located at the St Paul Hill, you...More
We arrived at the foot of St Paul"s hill from the maritime museum accross the street. The stairs to climb the top of the hill looks very steep. Instead of going up directly, we took the street walk to Stadhuys. Hopefully it would be less...More
St Pauls Hill and Church are worth visiting to see some of those buried Head Stones. If you are lucky enough to have a guide, you will learn a lot of interesting facts.
This monument commemorates conquerors, all dead and buried in foreign soil. First the Portuguese and their Catholic church, far away from home as the others, then Dutch and a Protestant church and finally the practical British turning it into an ammunition depot. As history has...More
Quite a nice place and you can really learn quite some stuff about the history of this place. Quite some pedlars on the top and can get nice souvenirs.