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Bukit China (Chinese Hill)

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Bukit China (Chinese Hill)

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Malacca Day Trip from Kuala Lumpur - Private Tour

Visit the city of Malacca, the capital of the Malaysian state of the same name, on this day trip from Kuala Lumpur. Roughly 90 miles (145 km) south of KL, Malacca is a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for sites such as the A Famosa Fort, 16th-century St. Paul's Church, Christ Church, and Stadthuys in Red Square. Enjoy a sightseeing tour with a guide, and explore Jonker Street, where you can stop for lunch. Day trip from Kuala Lumpur to Malacca See city sights that are a mix of Portuguese, Dutch, and British influences Visit the remnants of A Famosa, once a Portuguese fortress Enjoy a Malaccan lunch at a local restaurant, and browse Jonker Street Round-trip transportation provided from KL city hotels.
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Jo-Ann wrote a review Jun 2020
Shanghai, China13805 contributions28869 helpful votes
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An actually good walk up and around and down the hill. Good steps and a good enough trail too. Apparently there are 12000 graves here since the 17th century. Good view from the top.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Chris wrote a review Sep 2019
Hinckley, United Kingdom617 contributions251 helpful votes
We were in the area and decided to visit this temple. Be careful when parking on the roads around (in a parking bay on side of road) as you need a parking ticket otherwise you will get a parking fine of about 30RM. You need to leave someone with the car while you find a shop which sells the parking tickets for that area. Outside the front of the temple there are a few stalls selling different fruits such as durian, banana's etc. The temple is nice, there is information in some of the rooms about the history of the place and surrounding area. Outside of the temple to the side is a walled courtyard which has a well in which supposedly had a princess commit suicide in which there is some information next to the well. Further round from the temple is a monument to the people who died during the war/world war which there is information about what the people of the area did and what the Japanese did to them. There are graves on the hill behind the temple which I think you can have a walk up there but we didn't have the time to. If you are in the area then this is nice to have a visit. There can be quite a few people here. There is an old dog inside which seems harmless and there are also some cats and kittens.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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andrewssmalacca wrote a review Jul 2019
Melaka, Malaysia193 contributions65 helpful votes
A place to remember the chinease community of Melaka and the brave activities they performed. still many religious and other Spiritual activities going on..
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Date of experience: July 2019
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rajamanu wrote a review May 2019
singapore262 contributions164 helpful votes
Bukit China is a very historical place with history dating back beyond five centuries. Sam Po temple. Perigi Raja and the monument to honour the war victims are located in this area. Many vendors selling local fruits like durian, mangosteen, bananas and dragon fruit in the temple premises. Bus loads of tourists visit this area daily. A must see place,
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Date of experience: May 2019
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GAN L wrote a review May 2019
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia8696 contributions926 helpful votes
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Had a morning walk at Bukit China. We went up a flight of steps and then saw many graves- some big, some medium , some small. Many of the graves are in a poor state. We also saw flowers and jackfruit trees. At higher ground, we could look down at Melaka city.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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