I took a bus to Melaka, which is a couple of hours (148k) from Kuala Lumpur. I took a bus from this station, the Bandar Tasik Selatan station, which is an LRT station conveniently connected to a bus station.
Some public restrooms featured centralized toilet paper (i.e. one dispenser for the whole restroom, so grab your share before heading to the stall). This was a restroom concept I’d never seen implemented before.
We arrived in Melaka (Malacca). Melaka is a port city which has a bunch of history. It was the capital of the Melaka Sultanate back in the day and was then colonized by the Portuguese, Dutch, and British. The city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A lot of my time in Melaka was spent in the Dutch Square area. Back in the day Melaka was colonized by the Dutch and then the British took over after an agreement with the Dutch, but the Dutch influence remains in this part of the city.
Christ Church Melaka. This is an Anglican church which was originally a Dutch Reformed church. I’m guessing the switch had something to do with the city’s change in status from a Dutch to a British colony.