Malaysia. Malacca-Three Treasures: Also known as Li Bao Well, it was excavated by the Sultan of Malacca, Man Sasa, for the princess from China and his wife Han Li Bao. At that time, the well would not dry up. Legend has it that anyone who drinks the water from the well will return to Malacca in the future. Zheng He returned to Malacca several times because of drinking the well water. This legend reflects the good wishes of the local people to welcome Zheng He and hope that Zheng He will come to Malacca more.
Malaysia. Malacca-Baoshan Pavilion: Zheng He Temple, also known as Sanbao Gong Temple, also known as "Baoshan Pavilion", was built by local Chinese in Malacca in 1795 to commemorate General Zheng He of the Ming Dynasty. According to reports, the bricks and tiles used to build the Zheng He Temple were all transported from China, which is very memorable. The "Sanbaoshan" commemorating this great Chinese navigator still remains here. This is also a symbol of the harmonious coexistence, goodwill and friendship between the people of China and Malaysia.
Baoshan Pavilion is also a historical building, from the museum in the city, you can see a lot of characteristic building, this Malacca main city area is not big, the environment in the city is quite good.
The Poh San Teng Temple Chinese: 宝山亭; pinyin: Bǎo Shān Tíngis a Chinese temple located at the foot of Bukit China, next to the Malacca Warrior Monument and King's well in Malacca City, Malaysia. The temple is dedicated to Tua Pek Kong.
The scenery of Baoshan Pavilion is very beautiful and you can come and play.
The views from Baoshan Pavilion are really good and worth a visit
Not bad, you can see, not amazing, but you can
Preston_Dominguez: Melaka, Malaysia
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended The Stadthuys,Chinatown,Malacca River,Malacca City,Dutch Square