It was very crowded in here but it's a good place to walk around and mingle with the locals. Don't get a local taxi from here, but book a "GRAB Car" instead. Local taxi drivers are taking advantage of the tourist in this area.
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It is being renovated but what a lovely window into history. You can see the graves of Dutch and British and read how the pastor changed over the years from Dutch names to British names to Malaysian names.
A beautiful Dutch built building that is the oldest Anglican Church in Malaysia. The architecture is magnificent and you can actually smell the history when you walk through it. It's not big and it feels huge. Dutch, Armenian and English memorial plaques adorn the interior...More
I had been to Melaka for many time and this is the 1st time I went into the church. Compare with some huge church at other countries, this is consider a small scale but come with really nice exterior and warm interior. Spent sometime inside...More
Great to take photos in front of it. There are many decorated remorks in front of the church. Inside the church it is very simple you can see it in a minute even less.
A stiff church as a landmark of a new beginning of coloniasm will bring back your memory to a years long long ago before your grand grand father was born. A beautiful marking nice to make a picture or two or three or ...
A very well maintained heritage building. Also in this place there are lots of rickshaw dressed in famous cartoon character.. my sons loved them so much the rickshaw took us to 3 or 4 different destination (but actually all in walking distance).
The church looked very much like the one you see in the picture. We took some photos but that's pretty much it. There's a lot of "bike cabs" with floral decorations near this church. You can ride them for a small fee.
Melaka maintains ancient buildings very well. One of them is the Christ Church. It is probably the first thing to see on the bus to the city center. It is good to visit on the early morning. When afternoon comes, more and more people are...More