Sunday, July 22, 2012

Christ Church - Malacca (Malaysia)


Indeed, tiring and sweaty walking in the hot sun from Chee Hong Teng Temple and Kampung Kling Mosque, as soon as we arrived at Christ Church, we quenched our thirst with a drink from the nearby stall and sat nearby the fountain. My friends had given up. They didn't want to do anything except rest, whereas I walked into the church -  the oldest functioning Protestant church in Malaysia at Jalan Gereja and recognised as the brick-red building with a huge white cross right on top. By far, Christ Church - Malacca (Malaysia) should go on your list if you are visiting Malacca. Perhaps a short pit-stop, just like we did, have a look to admire the architectural structure, and then to gasp the history behind Christ Church. Its magnificent, as I have already said, its bright striking colour is the drawing factor for aplenty tourists, whether you are in Malacca for the first time, or returning again. 










Photos of the interior of the church is not allowed, so I took a couple of shots of the outside area, hopefully a broad spectrum. With nothing much to do here, maybe you would like to buy a  thing or two from the shops, or embark on a trishaw ride, other than that, that its, start walking to view at the rest of the interesting places, which I will be telling you in the next post. .

Up next: Malacca Cruise.

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8 comments:

  1. The vibrant colour makes this a very beautiful church :)

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  2. haven't get the chance to STEP into Melacca yet >.<

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  3. seems like you have visited plenty places around malacca during this trip! :) any more post bout malacca coming up soon?

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  4. yup it is a very nice church...
    there were so many tourist there...

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  5. Hey, this place looks familiar!! Hahaha! Wish we were there at the same time :)

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  6. been inside the church once. Cooling .

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  7. 'and then clicking shots on the interior. I am not sure why but each of the photos taken inside the church turned out terrible, horrendous and blurred to the maximum' i taught i saw a no photograhy inside signboard the last time i was there,he!he!

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