St Paul's Church, Melaka, Malaysia (Malay: Gereja St. Paul) is an ancient church in Malacca, Malaysia, originally built in 1521. It is located on the top of St. Paul’s Hill and is part of what is today the Malacca Museum (also includes the ruins of the ancient city gate of Santiago, the Dutch Governor’s Palace and other historical buildings).
St Paul's Church is located on the mountain, plus it is a historical monument. There are no barrier-free facilities at all. People with wheelchairs should not go alone.
St. Paul’s Church is located on the hill and has to go up long stairs, so people with wheelchairs/handicapped can only view some of the historical sites of the Dutch city on the ground.
- The entrance of St. Paul's Church has a staircase at the Dutch city. You can climb up to St. Paul’s Hill. The entrance is full of stone-level wheelchairs. People can only see part of the Dutch city’s historical relics at the bottom of the mountain.
- All local passages of Mount St. Paul are mountain roads, which are narrow and rugged in design, and are completely unsuitable for wheelchair users.
- There are no ramps at all uneven places, and wheelchair users cannot get on and off alone)
- St. Paul's Church / St. Paul's Hill does not have accessible toilets