Passed by this places every now and then as I live in Melaka. The place is nice with a feeling that at least the state government is preserving the place.
Do not expect anything great, just a small fountain. Come by and take a photo if you happen to pass by, especially for visitors from Britain, gives you a sense of nostalgia and past glory!
Other than the fact that this monument and fountain dedicated to Queen Victoria there is very little to add. If you are touring or walking from the ruins of the castle and church to China Town or vice versa you may well stop and this fountain but otherwise not. It takes a few minutes to take in when there and... More
This fountain is used as a backdrop for many a photo but it is also listed here as part of Dutch Square, Red Square and so on. It is really not a distinct attraction but simply a century-old fountain plonked in the middle of a square which is bordered by some of the city's most famous landmarks. You will give... More
Located strategically in the center of the Dutch Square, this fountain was built to commemorate Queen Victoria. It’s bronze; not very huge nor high but it does stand out as it’s the only fountain in the Square. In front (if you cross the road) is the only windmill of Melaka; albeit a fake one that doesn’t turn. It’s wholly built... More
The fountain is located in fort of the Christ Church and at Stadthuys. The fountain is funded by local chineses to celebrate the Queen Victoria, England crowned as queen anniversary. The fountain is a hot spot for photo.
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