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Queen Victoria's Fountain, Melaka

Categories: Fountains, Tourist Spots
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3.3/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web
A testament to the British colonial era, Queen Victoria's Fountain stands as a majestic, marble fountain erected in 1904 to celebrate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee and to commemorate her status as the longest reigning monarch in the history of England and Scotland. The fountain sits in the middle of a Dutch square, surrounded by red Dutch houses, and is one of the last traces of British colonization in the country. The fountain is in close proximity to other important heritage sites and is surrounded by benches, souvenir shops, and refreshment stands. Use our Melaka trip generator to arrange your visit to Queen Victoria's Fountain and other attractions in Melaka.
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  • There are many tourist rest here and many trishaws too. Also there are shops thats sells souvenirs to the tourists. 
  • This is a good place for tourists in Melaka because it gives them an opportunity to not only gain knowledge about the place's history but also to buy things from the street market behind the fountain,...  read more »
  • This is a lovely old fountain in the middle of the dutch quarter, right in front of the church. Provides a good backdrop for tourist photos ;) 
  • Visit this fountain before 08:00 to avoid the tourists and the heat. This place is well maintained and managed.
  • Beautiful fountain in Dutch Square. A lot of people all day.
  • I dont get why this is a tourist spot. Just a fountain.
  • Gift from the people of Malacca to Queen Victoria.
  • very² rare...
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