IN THE MIDST OF URBAN Malacca, a 820,000 square foot (250,000-square-metre) hill provides a verdant, peaceful respite from the hustle and bustle of the city. This entire hillside is a Chinese graveyard, allegedly the largest outside of China, with over 12,000 graves, some of which date to the Middle Ages. In the mid-15th century, Hang Li Po, daughter of the Chinese Ming Emperor, was sent to be married to the sultan of Malacca, Mansur Shah. The couple established their residence on the hillside, later dubbed Bukit Cina, or Chinese Hill.
A ancient historical site and its a memorable place to visit Malacca,around the area got lots of trandition foods,old taste of the 80's..my best place to visit
good location to see and view melaka city
Bukit China, Chinese hill in direct translation, is a historic hill side of town of Malacca from Ming dynasty. It is a 250,000 square metres of barrial ground with over 12,000 graves and in fact, it is the largest Chinese graveyard outside China. Bukit China was a gift from sultan to princess Hang Li Po when they got married. This hill offers majestic view of Malacca. Considering include walking around Bukit China in your itinerary when you are in Malacca.
Malaysia. Malacca-Sambao Mountain: To travel to Malaysia, there is a place you must visit, Sambao Mountain, because there is enshrined the great ancient Chinese navigator Zheng He. In about 1405 AD, the Ming Dynasty Sanbao eunuch Zheng He led a fleet of sailing ships, riding the strong northeast monsoon and sailing into the port of Malacca, bringing Chinese silk porcelain and cultural friendship here. Five times during Zheng He's seven voyages to the West, Malacca was used as a transit point. The place where he was stationed at the time, Sambo Mountain, is famous.