Built in 1521, St. Paul's Church in Malacca is the oldest church in Southeast Asia and Malaysia. Located on the summit of St. Paul's Hill, the ruins of the old church forms part of the Malaccan Museum Complex housing A Famosa fort, Stadthuys and various other historical edifices.
With a 5-century history, what remains of Saint Paul Church Melaka are its walls with engraved tombstones, St. Francis Xavier's statue and bell tower. The church was built by Duarte Coelho, a Portuguese captain, for Virgin Mary in gratitude of saving his life out at sea.
There are souvenir stores located near St Paul's Church complex and the church is thronged by tourists for clicking pictures, reading the inscriptions on the tombstones and enjoying the gorgeous view at the hilltop.
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