The Malaysian Architecture Museum in Melaka
The Architecture Museum aims to interpret Malaysian architectural forms, from traditional indigenous forms through the colonial influences. The museum is housed in the building that was originally the Dutch Governor's mansion, constructed in the eighteenth century.
The displays consist of a lot of models and examples, which makes it easy for even those with just a casual interest in the subject to understand.
The Architecture Museum is open daily. Admission is free. See the St Paul's Hill page for location information.