Continued from Yong Ann Birds’ Nests, Malacca
Stadthuys Museums Complex consists 5 museums which are History & Ethnography Museum, Literature Museum, Admiral Cheng Ho’s Gallery, Governor Museum and Government Democracy Museum. If not mistaken, History & Ethnography Museum building and Admiral Cheng Ho’s Gallery building are linked together. Anyway, we are going to visit History & Ethnography Museum first. Let’s go… Oh by the way, you need to pay entrance fee. One ticket for all the museums.
Stadthuys Museums Complex, Melaka
Continued from Christ Church, Malacca
We did not manage to finish visiting Stadthuys, Malacca. We were too hungry during middle of Stadthuys visit. Therefore, we went to look for food first. We looked for several restaurants and end up at Yong Ann Birds’ Nests, Malacca. Woo… We must be rich to eat bird’s nest as lunch. Nope. The food over there is still okay in price.
The Finest Stew at Yong Ann Birds’ Nests
Continued from Dutch Square, Malacca
Christ Church is recognized as the oldest functioning Protestant church in Malaysia. It is still being used when we visited. Too bad that we are not allowed to take photo inside the church. Anyway, here you are. The red strawberry-coloured church that built by Dutch in 1753.
Christ Church Melaka
Continued from Malaysia Youth Museum, Malacca
Dutch Square, also called Red Square at Malacca. It is called Red Squared because all of the buildings around it are in red colour. You can see Malaysia Youth Museum, Stadhuys, Christ Church, Queen Victoria Fountain and Tang Beng Swee Clock Tower (built in 1886) over there.
Tang Beng Swee Clock Tower at Dutch Square
Continued from Malacca River, here we are…
Malaysia Youth Museum is known as Muzium Belia Malaysia in Bahasa Malay. It is a museum dedicated to the youth of Malaysia and was Malacca General Post Office building formerly. There are documents, information and paraphernalia related to local and international activities of various Malaysian youth in the museum. And here are also photographs, awards, trophies and other exhibits. Entrance fee is required. Therefore, we did not want to waste the money to visit it. We all know what Malaysia youth will do, right?
Malaysia Youth Museum, Malacca