Hatten Silverscape Stylish Studio Mins Away from City Centre

Joey

Hatten Silverscape Stylish Studio Mins Away from City Centre

Place to visit
Heritage and tourist attraction here in Malacca town. You never missed it. Big and red color building. Clean and spacious pathway and easy to walk. Enjoy yourself strolling down the shop and café along the street.
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Jonker Street Night Market
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Heritage and tourist attraction here in Malacca town. You never missed it. Big and red color building. Clean and spacious pathway and easy to walk. Enjoy yourself strolling down the shop and café along the street.
Saint Paul's Church is a historic church building in Malacca City, Malaysia that was originally built in 1521, making it the oldest church building in Malaysia and Southeast Asia. It is located at the summit of St. Paul's Hill and is today part of the Malacca Museum Complex comprising the A Famosa ruins, the Stadthuys and other historical buildings.
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Gereja St. Paul
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Saint Paul's Church is a historic church building in Malacca City, Malaysia that was originally built in 1521, making it the oldest church building in Malaysia and Southeast Asia. It is located at the summit of St. Paul's Hill and is today part of the Malacca Museum Complex comprising the A Famosa ruins, the Stadthuys and other historical buildings.
Sightseeing
Sunset in the sand dunes at the Strait of Malacca We then found the corner of the artificial peninsula where the young and fit people were at, as far away from the car park as can be. The dunes were nice and we could see the breakwater below that desperately tried to hold it all together. It didn’t work; the water had broken through at several places and slashed away at the mechanically deposited sand. Inland, there were several smaller ponds connected to the sea at high tide littered with the trash of thirsty Instagrammers.
Malacca Sand Dunes
Sunset in the sand dunes at the Strait of Malacca We then found the corner of the artificial peninsula where the young and fit people were at, as far away from the car park as can be. The dunes were nice and we could see the breakwater below that desperately tried to hold it all together. It didn’t work; the water had broken through at several places and slashed away at the mechanically deposited sand. Inland, there were several smaller ponds connected to the sea at high tide littered with the trash of thirsty Instagrammers.