Malacca is an ancient city in Malaysia. Due to the colonial rule of Portugal, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom successively, some parts of the urban area of Malacca retain the buildings and monuments left by these colonial rulers. The Stadthuys Square, surrounded by the former General Post Office, Christ Church, Bell Tower and Stadthuys, is a popular photo spot.
The area around the ancient city of Malacca is full of historical monuments. There are no barrier-free facilities. People with wheelchairs/handicapped should pay special attention and do not go alone.
There are no accessible toilets in the vicinity of the ancient city of Malacca, so wheelchair users should pay special attention.
- The Stadthuys is a tourist hotspot in Malacca, and there is no official entrance or exit
- Most of the access roads outside the Stadthuys Square are still broadly designed and are generally suitable for wheelchair users to enter and exit
- Other buildings such as the General Post Office, Christ Church, Bell Tower and the Stadthuys internal passages are relatively narrow
- A small number of building entrances are equipped with ramps, which are relatively flat so that wheelchair users can easily get on and off
- There are no accessible toilets in Stadthuys Square, Dutch Bell Tower and Christ Church