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All reviews worth the climb short climb nice view vantage point paul's hill grave stones walk up dutch graveyard historical place malacca straits historical value piece of history heritage site famosa fort interesting history melaka town nice place
This pretty and historic building is set onto of a hill in the centre of Melaka. The building is a ruin and is filled with old gravestones from the time of Dutch colonisation. The church is on a hill and is a good vantage point...More
Well worth a trip up and I’d recommend popping into English Graveyard first as the steps up from there to St Paul’s are less steep than other options.
The stalls to catch the tourists spoil what would otherwise be a beautiful spot - and the...More
Built in 1521 and located within A Famosa, the former Portuguese fortress, this is the oldest surviving European architectural in Southeast Asia. This attraction showcases the remaining ruins of the church built during the Portuguese occupation of Malacca city.
Even travelling with young children, this...More
Coming from Australia it is always fascinating to see European architecture and history older that 200 years.
This ruined church atop the hill in Melaka is just over 500 years old and it gives a glimpse of the European history of Melaka. What is most...More
It’s a little busy with tourists but we went on a Saturday so cannot comment on crowds in the week. But still this church was beautiful. There are a few bits held up with bright red scaffolding which ruins it a little bit but it’s...More
This ruin historical building is fantastic for photographers. Lots of people climb till here everyday for scenic view. Bring water before climb.
Not much to do, except walking around here. You will find several traders sells t-shirt, merchandise, potraits.
Beside the iconic Red House (Christ Church of Malacca), the ruins of St Paul is one of the heritage building that not to be missed. Built in 1849 up on the hill, you can have nice view of the sunset at the horizon. Easy climb...More
It is a long climb up to the top of the hill, although there are steps and railings as well as areas to stop for the less fit. Worth getting to the top to get the historical perspective as well as a good view of...More
Short climb with high steps, elder may require some assistant to climb up to the top. Interesting history about this place, it's a must visit in Malacca. Great place to take photo from high ground. The stalls should not set up inside the historical building...More