It is a venue for architectural design in Malaysia. The architectural museum is also quite interesting. The design and exhibition area here is also quite large, and there are plenty of things to visit. The museum collection is also very historical.
This Malaysian Architecture Museum is located next to Holland Plaza. The building is also red and there is a small door next to it to go to San Paolo Hill. This museum showcases the local architectural style and culture. Entry is chargeable.
The first museum in Malaysia, the museum is quite simple, with red exterior walls, a large building complex, full screen windows, air-conditioned inside, and it is free to visit. It displays the architectural models and collections of various periods in Malaysia. The detailed introduction will not feel confused at all.
We wish there was more places like the Architecture Museum in Melaka. It is informative and... free! You don't have to pay anything for the entrance. You can learn a lot about the Malay architecture there. Going there is a pretty nice way to spend a relaxing afternoon in Melaka.
Malaka is known for it's architecture, so to get a good feel for it I highly recommend a quick stop at the Architecture Museum. This was our first stop for the day and we found wandering around the town a lot more enjoyable since we then noticed all the different styles and knew a bit more about the history behind them.
The red houses in Malacca are super beautiful. I like them very much. They are surrounded by a river. The appearance of the houses by the river are all painted by the villagers themselves. They are very interesting, beautiful and worth visiting!
The Malaysian Architecture Museum is located on the banks of the Malacca River. There are red buildings here. Charges are required inside. Most of the museums in Malacca charge fees. This museum mainly shows the architectural style of Malaysia!