The historic city of Malaka (Melacca) is the capital of the state of Melaka on the south western..The Stadthuys Information
Built in 1650 as the official residence of the Dutch Governor and his officers, The Stadthuys is a..St. John's Fort Information
Rebuilt by the Dutch in the 18th century, St. John's Fort was once a private Portuguese chapel..Zoo Melaka Information
Melaka Zoo is situated at Ayer Keroh, approximately 13 kilometres from downtown Melaka. It is the..Jonker Walk Information
A definite haven for antique collectors and bargain hunters. Authentic artifacts and relics, some..Al-Khawarizmi Astronomy Complex Info
Al-Khawarizmi Astronomy Complex is one of the facilities that are provided by Melaka State..Cheng Ho's Cultural Museum Information
This museum was set up in honour of a Chinese Ming Dynasty admiral called Cheng Ho or Zheng..Portuguese Square Information
This square is also known as 'Mini Lisbon'. Located within the Portuguese Settlement, the square is..St. Paul's Hill (A'Famosa) Information
The Portuguese colonised Melaka from 1511 to 1641. The first thing they did was build a fort..See all locations in Melaka
The mosque, built in 1728 during the Dutch Occupancy, is the oldest mosque in the country. Its unique architectural style is a unique blend of Sumatran, Hindu and Western architecture.
All of the building's original wooden structures except the four main pillars and the roof structure were replaced with concrete. Within the mosque compound, you can find the grave of Sayyid Abdullah Al-Haddad, a famous religious teacher, whom many regarded as a "Wali" (Saint).
A good way to see the Kampung Hulu Mosque is to include it as part of your walking tour of nearby Jonker Street. The Mosque is set just one street back from the famous street.
Unfortunately, non-Muslims are not allowed to enter the main Mosque building, but this mosque can best be appreciated from the outside anyhow.