Malacca
The state of Malacca is located in the southwestern part of Malaysia Peninsula, overlooking the state of the Strait of Malacca. It has a border with the state of Negeri Sembilan from the north and the Johor state from the south. Malacca has great historical value. And The discovery back to 1400 AD by an Indonesian prince from Sumatra to become one of the most important commercial ports in the region for many ships from China, India and South America. Malacca state had occupied Portugal for 130 years before it gained independence in 1957 with the rest of the territory of Malaysia by Prince Abdul Rahman al-Hajj, "the first Prime Minister of Malaysia". The Dutch has occupied Malacca for 154 years, then the British for 131 years, and the Japanese occupied it from 1942 until 1945. In addition, this is evident in the buildings and facilities that show the extent of the city's view of temples, castles and buildings even the roads witness the effects of colonialism. And there are many tourist sites in Malacca such as the Stadios Museum, the Malaysia Architecture Museum, the Malaysia History Museum, The Islamic Museum, Malacca Sultanate Palace Museum the Maritime Museum and the selat Mosque The city of Malacca is one of the most important tourism and historical areas in Malaysia. Moreover, Malacca has been included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage since July 7, 2008.