The Malay area of Cape Town is a very famous place. All the buildings here have been painted with colorful exterior wall paint. The whole street has a strong sense of color. The main people living here are some Malaysian immigrants. An Islamic style, Cape Town is an administrative district worth visiting.
The Malay area of Cape Town is the place where Malays who came here to pan for gold lived more than 300 years ago. Now it has become an independent administrative district, and the basic life is the descendants of Malays. The houses here are very distinctive. The exterior walls are painted in colorful colors. The ladies look very beautiful, just like houses made of tangrams. It is very interesting.
The Malay area is mainly inhabited by the Malaysians. There are many Malaysian-style restaurants. Walking here is definitely a bit like being in Kuala Lumpur. It still retains the Malay customs.
The Malay area is an area where Malays live. There are really many Malays here. The architectural style is similar to what we saw in Kuala Lumpur. It still maintains a lot of Malay religious and exciting habits, etc.
Malay District is a community. It is very characteristic. They are all small houses of different colors. The colors are all bright. You can see here from a long distance. It is also a very fashionable community. Many foreigners eat here. Forget
[Scenery] Feel the local environment
[Value for money] Free tours
[Fun] very interesting
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Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Ponte degli Angeli,Signal Hill,Bo-kaap,Greenmarket Square,Victoria Harbour