Malacca with All Its Uniqueness-Part 2


The first part of this pictorial series I posted a few snapshots of the Flora de la Mar. This is a replica of a Portuguese ship which sunk carrying loots from Malacca to Portugal. For part two, I will now post some photographs of the Water Wheel. This is a relatively new feature built for the tourists. The Dutch had once conquered and ruled Malacca in the past. This, I supposed, is to reflect this part of its history.

The Water Wheel:

Hope you can come visit this unique historic city. It is unique in many areas –  culture, food, history and buildings. It is safe for all and it has a peaceful atmosphere about it. There are many things to do with the children, so it is ideal for a family trip. See you soon.

Part 1 – Click here to view The’ Flora de la Mar’.

Part 2 – Click here to view The ‘Dutch Water Wheel’.

Part 3 – Click here to view The Red Clock Tower’.

Part 4 – Click here to view The Dazzling Sunsets.

Part 5 – Click here to view The ‘Eye-on-Malaysia’.

Part 6 – Click here to view The Revolving Tower (Menara Taming Sari)

Part 7 – Click here to view The ‘River Cruise’.

Come visit this site again, thank you.

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