This building is part of the Dutch square, where all houses are painted red. This church is very nicely maintained. It's part of a quick visit to the center of Malaka.
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Chistchurch is very unique, daubed as itvis on the outside with red paint just like the rest of Dutch Square or Red Square to give it it's colloquial name. It really has a beautiful facade and though the inside is not exactly ugly, I did...More
We walked here a short distance from A Famosa fort. Too bad we were here too late so the church was closed and we didn't manage to see the inside. All the red bricks makes it a pretty little environment but not really good for...More
It's one of the buildings that makes the place really pretty, all the red buildings together. But for a European the inside of the church (free to enter) is quite empty, no big decorations but a rock band instruments (drums included !) There is a...More
Located next the the river, beautiful red building with wonderful history, worth to visit. nice place to take good pictures.
The beautiful red church is a reminder of the past. It's peace and serene sitting around the fountain observing the congregation at Sunday services. It's a pity this area is being turned into a place for hawking souvenirs. Go there at night to enjoy the...More
It is being renovated but what a lovely window into history. You can see the graves of Dutch and British and read how the pastor changed over the years from Dutch names to British names to Malaysian names.
A beautiful Dutch built building that is the oldest Anglican Church in Malaysia. The architecture is magnificent and you can actually smell the history when you walk through it. It's not big and it feels huge. Dutch, Armenian and English memorial plaques adorn the interior...More