The Islamic Museum in Malacca is located at the foot of the famous St. Paul's Hill. It is a red building with Malay style. The exhibits inside are all cultural relics and records of the spread of Islam in Malacca, with a strong Islamic atmosphere. You can visit Malacca, a place where multiple cultures blend together.
There are eight exhibition halls in the Malacca Islamic Museum, arranged in order of time when Islam entered Malacca. You can feel the influence of Islamic culture on Malacca from the collections of the museum, but there are relatively few people who walked into it. It may be that Malacca’s Chinese culture is too strong.
There are many Islamic exhibits on display in this museum, most of which are very beautifully made, from which one can understand the influence of Islamic culture on Malacca. There are eight exhibition halls in the museum, which are arranged in chronological order. It is recommended that you come here to do some homework before visiting Malacca.
Islamic culture is in a good position. Islamic culture entered this area very early. This museum can see the progress of the tour according to the time axis. This museum is also relatively popular. One area.
The Melaka Islamic Museum is a relatively special museum. The collection is very rich. It is quite a good place. It is worth a visit. There are many things~
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