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Jalan Kota, Melaka, Malaysia
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The actual place is quite small, inherently walkable, and crammed to the hilt with tourists (70%) and locals (30%), if you go during peak periods (morning or evening, when the tour buses disgorge/pickup their loads of tourists) or weekends. Do go there to take the...More

Thank Gabriel Y
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Its located in the same place where the dutch square is ... We just saw it from outside, not sure if u can visit the inside tho . Lots of BECAK around, well decorated, with loud music (during night time) ... They offer small &...More

Thank Lia Z
Reviewed 6 November 2017

Please take note that these 4 attractions are very close to each other - namely (1) Red Square (Dutch Square), (2) Christ Church, (3) Queen Victoria's Fountain & (4) Stadthuys. So if you visited any one of them it's VERY UNLIKELY that you will miss...More

Thank Traveller_SimplyME
Reviewed 1 November 2017

lovely older buildings giving the old European feel. the down side is lots of tourists and vendors to the side making it difficult to get good photos and to truly explore the beauty.

Thank MichaelVialva
Reviewed 11 October 2017 via mobile

Really beautiful structure they have here. It’s a place where you could take lots of photo and also walk around to look at things the street vendors was selling. Aside to that, you could also walk to other attractions from here.

Thank MiriamLim
Reviewed 3 October 2017 via mobile

The ambience at night is really nice, but it's closed at this time. A good historic place to visit in Malaysia and a good photo spot.

Thank PremAru
Reviewed 2 October 2017 via mobile

Great place to visit for historical and a heritage site. Nearby the vicinity there are antique furniture shops that gets you in the mood to look into antiques for fun collection. It's a nice place to be at away from the other Metropolitan cities.

Thank Ivan T
Reviewed 28 September 2017 via mobile

Close to the start of Jonker street is Christ Church and Stadhuys. Behind the Stadhuys is a hill where an old church and Dutch graveyard. Worth a visit since it is so close.

Thank flipflopfiles
Reviewed 27 September 2017

Christ Church is in Dutch Square so it's painted red like the town hall and the clock tower. It has the date of 1753 and was constructed by the Dutch during their occupation of the town and St. Peter's Church, the Catholic Church on the...More

Thank Nomadman411978
Reviewed 21 September 2017

Arguably the most famous building in the city and you seriously can't miss it for its clay red hue. Do take a look inside the sanctuary which is simple but boasts some old-time artefacts seen in churches of old as well as some fascinating tablets...More

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Lavinia T
9 December 2017|
Response from ElpidiaAnn | Reviewed this property |
I’m not sure because that time i went to visit already around 3pm..i saw many people go inside and i don’t bother to check the time when it is open..😂..oh yes, it is free of charge by the way..
Lavinia T
9 December 2017|
Response from MichaelVialva | Reviewed this property |
we got there around 930 am and the entire area was buzzing so I think that's a good time to arrive.