KL 2017 Stadthuys and St. Paul’s Church


We continued our walk to the most popular tourist spot, the Red Square.

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The Red Square is also known as the Dutch Square. The wind mill is located across the road from the Red Square.

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Here are some photos of the square. The above is the red clock tower.

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Queen Victoria’s fountain.

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The stairway leading to St. Paul’s Hill, also in red.

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Some antique machinery in one of those red buildings.

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St. Francis Xavier statue on St. Paul’s Hill.

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View of Taming Sari Tower from St. Paul’s Hill.

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The remnants of St. Paul’s Church, the oldest church in Malaysia and Southeast Asia, built in 1521.

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Some of the old Portuguese tombstones in St. Paul’s Church.

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A wishing well in the church.

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The porous red stones.

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The stairway leading down the hill.

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There are a lot of these cute tourist tricycles waiting for customers at Stadthuys.

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