The Stadthuys is the most imposing relic of the dutch rule in Malacca. it features salmon red walls, heavy wooden doors and wrought-iron hinges. Once the official residence of the dutch governors and their officers, it now houses the Museum of History and ethnography. Next to it is Christ Church, a dutch reformed Church that was constructed in 1753.

Museum of History and Ethnography
Opening hours:
9.00am – 5.30pm (weekday)
9.00am – 9.00pm (weekend)
Admission fee RM5 Adult, RM2 Child

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