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Malacca, Malaysia is an epicenter of many different cultures. The Porta de Santiago, the St Pauls’ Church and of course the Portuguese settlement depict the heavy influence of Portuguese architecture. Additionally, British influence can be found in attractions like the Queen Victoria Fountain, one of the last traces of the British colonial era in the region. Not to be missed is the Dutch influenced Stadthuys, which now houses the Museum of History and Ethnography or silverware bearing the Dutch Coat of arms at the Christ Church.
The Peranakan culture, however, is the heart of the Malacca of today. Let a Malacca tour guide provide you with more insight at The Nyonya Museum, an erstwhile Peranakan Heritage Townhouse. Couple this with a stopover at The Malay and Islamic Museum. Another fascinating place to visit is the Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, the oldest chinese temple in Malaysia.
Along with its multicultural heritage, cultural hotspots and a bevy of museums, Malacca has yet another enticing feather in its cap in the form of its distinct local cuisine. Get in line at the Chung Hwa Chicken Rice Ball Shop, a favorite of visitors and natives alike. This famous eating joint can be found on Jonker Street, the surrounding vicinity being a charming residential area that is fast converting into a tourist area with eating joints, shops and hotels.