While it is a well-known fact that kite-flying is one of the more popular forms of recreation in the world, not many people ... More
While it is a well-known fact that kite-flying is one of the more popular forms of recreation in the world, not many people know that kites functioned as a form of communication during the war. If you want to know more about these flying wonders, visit the Museum of Kites. Here, you will be enlightened by the history of kites around the world, kite-making traditions and their functions. You will also be fascinated by the variety of kites on display that come in all shapes, sizes and styles, depending on their origin. Ticket includes admission to The People's Museum , The Beauty Museum and The Governor of Melaka's Gallery in the same building.
the kites are very cute and colourful! You will regret if you are not bring along your cameras or wahatever to save the amazing view because, wow! The museum is very interesting!Enjoy yourselves there!
In 1808, the British decided to level it and folks in town were thrilled because at last all the poor
people of Malacca could become rich from the money they earn demolishing the Fort. But spades, picks and crowbars ...
Visitors to Malacca can find a Malay kampung (village) that is a "living museum" of the rural way of life
in the close vicinity of the town center. Kampung Morten was named after J.F. Morten, who was the Commissioner ...
A large bronze sculpture of the Keris, which means "dagger" in Malay, rests on an elevated platform in the center
of the Alor Gajar town square . The Keris is a symbol of the Alor Gajah district and a ...
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