The Hokkien Guild Hall is the largest Chinese guild hall in the ancient city of Malacca. The architectural style of the whole guild hall is very characteristic of southern Fujian. The roofs of the buildings are carved with beams and painted ridges. All kinds of gods and beasts are placed on it, which looks very beautiful. complicated. There are many stories and photos of Chinese ancestors who came here to start a business. It is an important meeting place for local Chinese and it is worth visiting.
When you come to Malacca, you will see a lot of Chinese guild halls, and the architectural style here is very Chinese, and the most favorite is that the colorful sculptures here are very beautiful, colorful Chinese traditions and long history can come here to understand, it is worth visiting.
The Hokkien Guild Hall in Malacca is the most famous building in Jonker Street. It is a typical southern Fujian style courtyard. Here is the history of Fujian immigrants who came to Malacca to start a business. There are many precious documents and cultural relics collected here. If you come by chance, you will also encounter their ancestor worship activities. It is really very lively.
There are many Fujian immigrants in Malacca. They came to Malacca more than 300 years ago to do business and live in Malacca. The Fujian Guild Hall is the ancestral courtyard built by these Fujian immigrants. It records the struggle history of Fujianese in the past and is the spiritual home of Fujianese here. The buildings inside are very Chinese-style, with obvious southern Fujian characteristics. It is definitely worth a walk and visit.
Fujian Assembly Hall is a small building located in the middle of Jitang Street, full of Chinese style, very classical architectural configuration. A plaque of "Fujian Guild Hall" is hung at the door. As the name suggests, it was built by the Chinese who moved here from Fujian Province. The building area inside is very small, called "Tianfu Palace", with statues for worship. It can be seen that this place is one of the spiritual homes where the local Chinese put their emotions on. There is also a group of lifelike tiger carvings on the doorway wall. It coincides with the New Year’s Eve, passing by here at night, you can see local Chinese singing and performing.