4 Old Ruins in Malaysia that you should visit - With photos & details

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4 Old Ruins to explore in Malaysia

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Dutch Fort32300 Pangkor Island, Perak, Malaysia

The Dutch Fort is a fort in Pangkor Island, Perak, Malaysia. The ruins are the remnants of an outpost of Dutch attempts to control trade in the Malay peninsula. In the Malay language, the fort is called Kota Belanda.

Kellie's Castle31000 Batu Gajah, Perak, Malaysia

The unfinished, ruined mansion, was built by a Scottish planter named William Kellie-Smith. According to differing accounts, it was either a gift for his wife or a home for his son.

St Paul's ChurchJalan Kota, Bandar Hilir, 75000 Melaka, Malaysia

Originally built in 1521, making it the oldest church building in Malaysia and Southeast Asia. It is located at the summit of St. Paul's Hill and is today part of the Malacca Museum Complex comprising the A Famosa ruins, the Stadthuys and other historical buildings.

Tanjung Tualang Tin Dredge No. 59th KM, Jalan Tanjung Tualang, 31000 Batu Gajah, Negeri Perak, Malaysia

The Tanjung Tualang Tin Dredge No. 5 or TT5 is a former tin mining dredge in Batu Gajah, Kinta District, Perak, Malaysia. TT5 was used for 44 years until 1982 when the Malaysian tin industries declined due to the falling world's tin price, exhausted tin deposits and high operating cost. In 2012, the facility was closed due to water leakage.