Three historical buildings in Malacca have been designated as part of the country's national heritage. This move is to better protect the state's rich past. There is a plan to include more historical buildings as national heritage.
The three buildings are 18th century houses of worship in Malacca – Sri Poyyatha Vinayagar Moorthi Temple (1781), Kampung Keling Mosque (1748), the Stadthuys and Christ Church (1641 to 1753). These are among ten buildings listed as national heritage under the National Heritage Act 2005.
Source: The Star..Malacca lauds heritage move
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