Melaka in on the central west coast of Malaysia is home to the oldest Protestant Church in South East Asia. The church dates back to 1753 when the colony was controlled by Dutch Rule. The Church is quite unique in this part of the world for it’s Dutch building skills, the inside beams have no joins and all the pews are hand made. There is also some beautiful artwork made of tiles depicting the Last Super. The church is situated in what is called Dutch Square which is also home to a really beautiful fountain and clock tower.
Satellite image of Melaka’s Christ Church