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Going back to 1457 when Admiral Cheng Ho was in Malacca during the Sultan Mansur Shah's reign. A rich history of Malacca well ahead of the Portuguese and Dutch arrival in Malacca. A well maintained heritage of Malacca. A visit to Malacca without visiting Sam...More
This very popular temple dedicated to Tua Pek Kong is located at the foot of Bukit Cina and next to Hang Li Po Well. There were a few bus loads of tourist when we visited and there were lots of stalls selling fruits and drinks...More
This temple is also known as the Poh San Teng Temple, and was completed in 1795, making it over 220 years old. It's at the foot of Bukit Cina, and it lies next to the 559-year-old Hang Li Poh's Well, so you might want to...More
The Admiral Zheng He (was also called Sam Po) was an Eunuch in the Ming Dynasty of China around AD.1400. He commanded a fleet of the Chinese Navy and made several voyages to Malacca. It was said that in the year 1459, he escorted the...More
This is a small temple located at the foot of Bukit Cina. It was constructed in 1795 to ensure that prayers for those buried here will not be interrupted. Many traders from China come to Malacca and pass away here without fulfilling their dreams. Prayers...More
This is a small temple located at the foot of Bukit China. (The hill is an old historically-rich cemetery.)
There is nothing interesting here, expect the fact that there is a well-known ancient well that is located right at the side of this temple. 100m...More