Ok, from the outset the church is nothing fancy if you've been outside of Malaysia. However, it's the historical significance that attracted me to visit this church, not to mention, it was on the heritage trial.
If you are going to catch a taxi, you might want to consider negotiating a small fee and make the driver wait as you would otherwise struggle a little to get a return trip.
Believe it or not the place took over 25 years to complete and was designed by a Kiwi. Originally it was set up as a timber building and eventually brick and stone but the stone was actually delivered by prisoners and established through their hard manual labour.
If you have time, worth a quick inspection.
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