Monday, August 26, 2019

Red Church

Visiting Malaysia? Do you have any plans on where to go? Who are you bringing with? Which month you have decided? How you can go there? Are you allowed to enter the country without any visa or are you required to get one?

All these questions are on a first traveler’s mind. But let us help you with  that. Before visiting Malaysia, you should know the facts for Malaysia eNTRI Visa and E-visa.  These two were found in the Malaysia Evisa website and the cost of Malaysia eNTRI visa and cost of Malaysia e-visa. There is regular and express and there is 15days and 30days stay in Malaysia. With these visas you may visit Malaysia with worry-free mind. You may see all that at .

Moving forward, there is this Christ Church in Malacca, Malaysia , a Dutch Conquest from the empire of Portugal. It is inspired by the colony of Dutch Architectures . What made the church unique was its red color and its similarities while other churches were white. 
Inside the church you will find the Altar bible made of brass, silver altar vessels and prayer area which is spacious and in complete silence for a solemn prayer.

Outside is the Church’s bell with inscription date 1698 were the Christ Church was completely developed. You will also find a fountain in front of it and a clock tower.

Not only this, you will find different designed rickshaws. Colorful and with cartoon characters, designed with feathers and is lots of stickers that will roam you around.

You will also be interested to their popular drink Cendol a sweet dessert of green rice flour jelly, coconut milk and palm sugar syrup. They also have fresh coconut drinks and fresh watermelon drink.

There are also shops for souvenirs beside the Church. Where you can find cheap native products, handmade crafts and figurines. 

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