Malacca was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Located in the southern region of Malaysia, it is the third smallest state. The shaping of this state was highly influenced by Dutch, Portuguese, British and the Chinese culture quite apparent in their architecture and cuisine.

Malacca, located in the southern region of Malaysia,  is a declared UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Malacca, located in the southern region of Malaysia, is a declared UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Being a tourist in front of The Stadthuys, which means a city hall in old Dutch and is also known as the Red Square, at downtown Malacca in Malaysia.
Being a tourist in front of The Stadthuys, which means a city hall in old Dutch and is also known as the Red Square, at downtown Malacca in Malaysia.
Being a tourist at Melacca, Malaysia.
Being a tourist at Melacca, Malaysia.

 

Here is a virtual view of downtown Malacca courtesy of Google Street View:

 

 

 

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