BABA AND NYONYA HERITAGE MUSEUM
The Baba & Nyonya House Museum is located in Melaka, a World UNESCO Site. The house is a perfect combination of three terrace lots that were attained by the Chan family in 1861. Four generations have lived in the house before it was officially opened as a museum in March 1985. The name of the museum is derived from the unique term Baba, an honorific manner when you are addressing a Straits-born gentleman and Nyonya which addresses a Straits-born lady.
Address: 48-50, Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, 75200 Melaka, Malaysia
Portuguese Settlement – Here is where the all descendants of the Portuguese who have conquered Malacca in 1511 live today. The settlement, which is located just southeast of the city center, consists of these tidy rows of mostly wooden houses that are leading up to the Portuguese Square (Malay Medan Portugis) and Hotel Lisboa on the waterfront.
Address: Perkampungan Portugis, 75050 Melaka, Malaysia
CHENG HOON TENG TEMPLE.
This Chinese temple is being billed as the oldest Buddhist place of worship ever existed in the country. Built in 1646, it is also known as the Merciful Cloud Temple’. The temple is ever since dedicated to Kuan Yin, Goddess of Mercy. A black, gold and red-robed statue of the goddess stands right in the central prayer hall. Cheng Hoon Teng temple was originally constructed by Chan Lak Koa, son-in-law to Captain Li, Malacca’s second Chinese kapitan
Address: 25, Jalan Tokong, 75200 Melaka, Malaysia
JONKER, HEEREN AND ADJACENT STREETS
Jonker, Heeren and end-to-end streets – This is the heart residential of Old Malacca that is just over the west of the Malacca River, with its narrow snaky streets, beautifully decorated houses, tiny shops, temples and mosques. The whole area here is continuously undergoing a renaissance with new shops, restaurants and hotels in order to cater tourists that are mushrooming almost everywhere
MARTIN WOOD ART GALLERY
Martin Wood is a very much celebrated Malaysian Painter whose works of art has already fall in the category of Cubism. His paintings are rather often recreated the landscape and houses along the banks of the Malacca River. The work of this artist, which is mainly in acrylic, is being proudly displayed at the Martin Wood Art Gallery.
Address: Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, Malacca, 75200