So fundamental to the layers of history from portugese to dutch occupation. Well signed and guided. Proud of their history
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Stadthuys - The Red Building and the Red Square actually epitomizes Melaka. It has always stood out for me as very Malaccian. A Dutch word meaning 'City Hall' shows that Malacca was a city way before KL and Singapore came of age. Christ Church frames...More
This is really the town hall as it was called by the Dutch when they were in Malacca. It is also referred to the Square it's self we're all the red buildings are.
Always nice to see historical place. Parking always been an issue but we manage to get a space. It would be better if the government just close the road from cars.
Only myr5 for Malaysian, for us to revise our history with some painting and modal. However, it shall start according the beggining of melaka, and more description about how the dutch use the stadhuy building. We shall improve our museum, because more and more tourist...More
Stretching "the whole length" along the east side of the Dutch Square (Malacca's "number-one" tourist site), this long building also has a long history behind it since it was the municipal building or the city hall (so the name 'stadthuys' in Dutch) of the Dutch...More
This building was the administrative center for successive occupying governments. That is pretty much it. What is inside is a wonderful historical and ethnological museum. They are not related. There are a couple of vehicles out front representative of use in their day, an ancient...More
This is probably one of the first things you'll visit on your sightseeing tour of Malacca. The Stadthuys is at the Dutch Square and naturally attracts a lot of visitors. You have to pay to go inside, I personally found the Maritime museum on the...More