So we visited Christ Church, the oldest functioning Protestant church in Malaysia, and found the interior so well-preserved. Saint Paul's Church, however, was in total ruin.
The guide also told us about the Baba Nyonyan culture, and we were able to sample its cuisine.
Next on the agenda was the Jonker Walk, the Chinatown street of Malacca. It would have been a pleasant walk were it not for the hot sun, and the kid fell asleep while I was carrying him looking for treats to bring home. For our last stop, our guide brought us to see the oldest Chinese temple in Malacca, Cheng Hoon Teng, built in 1645. We left the kid sleeping inside the van when we explored inside.