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Christ Church and Queen Victoria Fountain, Malacca, Malaysia

By on June 13, 2015 in Malaysia

Malacca, Malaysia, is an odd town as it has this ‘Disney-like’ feel to the place which is mainly due to the weird and wonderful bikes you see going around the place. At the same time, it is one of the few places that I have visited in Malaysia that has so much colonial history and architecture on display.

Two classic examples of this are Christ Church (built 1753 and the oldest functioning Protestant church in Malaysia) and the still functioning Queen Victoria Fountain (built in 1901 to commemorate Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee).

Christ Church, Malacca, Malaysia

Christ Church, Malacca, Malaysia

Christ Church, Malacca, Malaysia

Christ Church, Malacca, Malaysia

The dreaded bikes outside Christ Church, Malacca, Malaysia

The dreaded bikes outside Christ Church, Malacca, Malaysia

Queen Victoria Fountain, Malacca, Malaysia

Queen Victoria Fountain, Malacca, Malaysia

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