Dutch Square Bayview Hotel Melaka

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Dutch Square

History and architecture in bustling heritage square

Dating back to the 1600s when Melaka was a Dutch colony, the rich, red-coloured Dutch Square sits 3 minutes by car from Bayview Hotel Melaka. You can explore impressive architectural structures such as the Stadthuys City Hall, Christ Church Melaka and Queen Victoria Fountain. Near the church, the History and Ethnography Museum is open to the public. Colourful trishaw cycles offer fun rides around the square and surrounding areas.

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