This "church" is very different from the churches that have been visited in the past. There is no high roof and no gorgeous built-in. Even today, it is not a complete "church". The St. Paul's Church in Malacca was built by the Portuguese in 1521. After being occupied by the Dutch in 1670, it was used as a castle to defend the war. Later it became the cemetery of the Dutch nobles. Some Latin tombstones have been preserved here. The fate of this church has never been a church, and the change in it is really sighing. The church that I saw today is a broken wall, and even the roof that has been covered with rain has ceased to exist. In addition to the scattered inscriptions in the interior of the church, it is empty, but it is not to be sighed. Such relics can be preserved in this way. Extremely precious. The Penang Hill where the St. Paul's Church is located can overlook the Malacca, and the houses, greenery and clear blue seas in the distance. It is not so much fun here, but its a stop where you can go with the people you like, just look at the views and feel at peace.