We continued our walk to the most popular tourist spot, the Red Square.
The Red Square is also known as the Dutch Square. The wind mill is located across the road from the Red Square.
Here are some photos of the square. The above is the red clock tower.
Queen Victoria’s fountain.
The stairway leading to St. Paul’s Hill, also in red.
Some antique machinery in one of those red buildings.
St. Francis Xavier statue on St. Paul’s Hill.
View of Taming Sari Tower from St. Paul’s Hill.
The remnants of St. Paul’s Church, the oldest church in Malaysia and Southeast Asia, built in 1521.
Some of the old Portuguese tombstones in St. Paul’s Church.
A wishing well in the church.
The porous red stones.
The stairway leading down the hill.
There are a lot of these cute tourist tricycles waiting for customers at Stadthuys.