November 20, 2017
this area you can venture to all local tourist attraction sites like victoria fountain/dutch church/jonker street/walk, portugese replica ship, marine ship, museums,st.paul hill, and local tricksaw rides, rotating tower scene and river boat rides.
Check out the heritage Dutch architecture in the Dutch square, a location you might not think you'd see in Malacca. The water fountain, lush gardens and bright red facades provide a great photo spot.
You may opt for a trishaw ride from this place and the trishaw will bring you to the tourist hotspots of Melaka. Charges are by hour and it is fixed by the Government of Melaka but no harm trying to haggle abit.
Dutch Square Malacca is the most picturesque attraction located along Jalan Kota. It is also a colourful trishaw pickup point, easily distinguished by a group of bright, terracotta-red colonial Dutch buildings that were built between 1660 and 1700, as well as louvered windows and chunky doors with…