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Red Square (Dutch Square)

Melaka, Malaysia
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Reviewed 2 days ago

The clock tower marks the center piece for the square. Immediately around the square is the Stadthuy administrative building housing museums, the Christ Church (formerly Dutch reform now Anglican), the I Love Melaka must site for a picture and the beginning of Jonker Walk and...More

Thank ruthandvern
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This is a "must visit" sightseeing place of knowing Malacca, rich in history! It is located about 10 minutes walk from city-centre and plenty to explore. Just walk across a short bridge over the Melaka River, you will access to Jonker Walk (the ancient China...More

Thank DavieOng
Reviewed 2 days ago

This is a good place to view Melakan architecture. Dutch influences can be clearly seen in the buildings and the churches surrounding the square. It also has a lively jive.

Thank aoaltamirano
Reviewed 6 days ago

It's still the same as it was when I came to Malacca a few times before over the years. And I believe it will never change, but then, for an historical site, it's not supposed to change anyway. It's nice to visit for a first...More

Thank FEtravellor
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This Red Square is also named as Dutch Square due to its red painted buildings. It reflects the history of Malacca state. The Stadthuys n Christ Church are proved of the Dutch administration, Queen Victoria's Fountain is the evidence of the British colonization n the...More

Thank sy3717
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Its quite a busy place here. Many becak and tourist. There are many places we can visit here, the fountain, the clock and church. Also museum and art gallery. All in red

Thank Ruth D
Reviewed 1 week ago

A good time to catch a picture with building is early morning till 8 or 9 and 12 - 13 other time would be crowned with noisy Chinese tourist.

Thank Bass S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It's located on Malacca city center, and sadly a beaten path. Packed with tourists and food stalls, it's disappointing especially when you wanted to take photos of the structures only. However, it's a beautiful place to visit, and don't hesitate to enter the museum near...More

Thank Dariza C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We decided to take this day trip to Melaka and were not disappointed. It is an easy drive from KL. Throughout the drive to Malacca was very interesting. Enough time is spent at each area stopped such as the fort, dutch square, jonker st and...More

Thank Rajes Kumar R
Reviewed 1 week ago

Beautiful square in Melaka. The "I love Melaka" sign is here and is a huge tourist attraction. There is also daily live music, infinite tuk tuks to get around and most buses with tourists stop here for a drop off.

Thank Tori M
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bagaimana cara kita menuju ke melaka dari kualalumpur, thanks
29 March 2016|
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Response from Miftah A | Reviewed this property |
Waktu lalu kita naik grab car dari klia2 (karena jadwal bus masih lama) 1. Naik grab sampai hotel d melaka kurang lebih jumlah biaya sama dgn bus kalau ramai-ramai. 2. Kalau mau naik bus bisa menuju TBS (terminal berpadu... More
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