The Baba Nyonya Heritage Museum offers visitors a chance to see the first private museum in Malaysia. Rebuilt in 1896, the house is now intricately decorated with stunning items from around the world. From traditionally embroidered pillows from China to floor tiles from England and Italian furniture, the museum is a must-see. Make sure to join in one of the free guided tours to learn about the history of the residents of Malacca.
Travel back in time and find your way to the Dutch Square, which is home to the oldest Dutch building in the East. Admire the classic red buildings which have inspired the second name of the area, Red Square. Grab your camera and snap some photos of the vibrant buildings and colorful trishaws that fill the popular tourist site.