Wednesday, October 21, 2015


...A lovely new UNESCO view of the countries most historical city with the Christ Church...a popular tourist attraction...always a nice surprise to get unexpected postcards from your traveling postcard friends...Thanks a lot Jobbo!!
Modern-day Malacca is a vibrant old city with a unique historical and cultural background from being the capital of a powerful Malay kingdom before the colonial era, as well as subsequent Portuguese, Dutch and British rule. The city centre was listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in July 2008, along with Georgetown and Penang.

Backside postcard:
At the Dutch square, brightly decorated trishaws await tourists for a ride down memory lane. The trishaws are also equipped with stereo sets and often play loud music while taking visitors around the heritage side.


The 50th Anniversary of the "Grand Knight of Valour" Order
(Issued 30-07-2010)
Lifestyles of the Aboriginal People (Issued 27-09-2010)
 Heritage of Pahang Dural Makmur (Issued 20-10-2010)

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