The oldest Dutch building in Southeast Asia - Dutch Red House
The Dutch Red House on the banks of the Malacca River is the oldest Dutch building in Southeast Asia. It is full of exotic and is a must-see for Malacca tourism. The red house is built around a small square, which is the center of the square and is a fountain built in the Victorian era. The bright red brick walls are dazzling in the sun, and the fountains and windmills are full of Dutch architectural style. I LOVE MELAKA
Malacca, Malaysia, Red House
Malacca trip is definitely a surprise and unexpected trip in Malaysia, this place is like a palette of God's overturn, completely different from our textbook, it can be said that Both beautiful and fresh.
Malaysia has more fun places, Jonker Street, Malacca River, Straits Mosque, but my favorite is the Dutch Red House, which is also the most famous attraction in Malacca.
The Dutch Red House is the oldest Dutch building in Southeast Asia. The building that was left behind by the Dutch colonies turned out to be a net red spot. Although Malacca has experienced many twists and turns in history, it is very good now, and it is very popular among tourists from all over the world. This wave must be accepted.
The pinkish Malacca can also be so cool
The Dutch Red House and Christ Church are really too mirrored!
and super cool "lady" shoot the parents, the color is handled with a little cool, abandon the sweet pink filter I love to use.
Second time, I didnt even sit on a cute cartoon tricycle
fat. I still think that my Ergobaby car is better. Haha, I really have a taste. I love you.
The Dutch Red House has become the most striking building on the Malacca River with his thick brick walls, heavy wooden doors and striking red-walled white windows. It is also the most popular photo-taking place in Malacca. Built in the 17th century, it is the oldest surviving Dutch building in Southeast Asia. Nowadays it is the Malacca Museum, which preserves the historical relics of various periods in Malacca. It is a good place to travel in Southeast Asia!
Malacca is a city with a long history and was once occupied by Portugal, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom. The famous Zheng He in the history of China has been here five times. Therefore, there is not only a strong blend of Eastern and Western cultures but also many valuable historical sites. The Dutch Red House, the most significant relic of the oldest Dutch colonists in the Eastern world, is located here. The Red House has six museums with historical artifacts from Malay, Portugal, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom. The Museum of History and Ethnology displays several artifacts from the Malacca dynasty. From these relics, you can learn about the life of the Malacca dynasty hundreds of years ago. More than 300 years of glory, the never-fading Dutch Red House is not only the landmark building of Malacca but also the most popular one. If you don't come to the Dutch Red House, you can't say that you traveled here.
The Stadthuys is located in the heart of the Dutch Square and was originally used as a church and city government. It is currently the Malacca Museum and contains many precious historical relics from countries such as Malaysia, China, Portugal, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. The Stadthuys Museum is divided into six museums, including the Museum of History and Ethnology, the Museum of Art, the Zhenghe Museum of Art, the Democracy Museum, the Muslim Museum and the Education Museum. Exhibited are exquisite porcelain, coins, historical books, oil paintings and more, which were circulated from abroad. Malaysian prime ministers of various periods, the construction of the Dutch city of Malacca, and the history and culture of the Muslim religion are also introduced.