Malacca is Malaysia’s oldest city, founded by the Chinese as a transshipment Spatz for spices, then evolved into one of the most important commercial cities of Asia and impressively influenced the history of Malaysia. The Portuguese sold in 1511 the last Sultan of Malacca. The city is a tourist destination very interesting, the center with the many old small-town buildings testifies to the influence of Chinese traders. In a perfectly preserved ancient Chinese house is now the Baba Nyonya Heritage Museum. The museum gives an impression of the daily life of the Chinese families. The area around St. Paul’s hill with the Stadthuys, the Jonker Street, Jalan Besi Tukang Kampung Morten and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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