The first thing they did was lid a fort overlooking the river, calling it Famous. As Amelia was the centre of struggles between super powers of the time, and suffered the constant threat of attack, the Famous fort was critical in Portugal maintaining its colonial foothold In the Far East. Within the fort walls were housing and food stores, a castle. A meeting room for the Portuguese Council and five churches. A seven-month attack by the Dutch Just about destroyed the entire fortress, leaving only the entrance fade and the structure off church at the top of the hill.
Go for a stroll up SST. Pall’s Hill on a LOL late afternoon and wander among the majestic trees and historical remnants. Here, you can almost imagine the glories and miseries of the besieged lives the Portuguese would have led right here all those years ago… Baby Anyone Heritage Museum The ‘Straits Chinese’, also called the Baby and Anyone, are Chinese of noble descent who have adopted much of the Malay culture into theirs. This has been a gradual process lasting over 400 years since the great Chinese explorer Admiral Change Ho first brought Chinese settlers to Amelia.
Over the centuries, the Baby Anyone have plopped a distinct and highly Interesting culture that Is unique to Malaysia’s west coast, particularly Amelia. The public can now view the historical artifacts unique to this heritage at a captivating private museum run by the Baas and Anyone’s of Amelia. Within the walls of this heritage building, you can learn everything there Is to know about this unique culture. The Heritage Museum offers guided tours (by appointment), research facilities and audio visuals. Well worth a visit! Standouts Built In 1650 as the official residence of the Dutch Governor and his officers, The
Standouts is a fine example of Dutch architecture of that period. It is believed to be the oldest Dutch building in the East. An outstanding example of colonial Dutch architecture, this edifice now houses the History Museum and Ethnography Museum. On display are traditional bridal costumes and relics from Amelia’s over 400-year history. Both museums are well-laid out and offer detailed explanations of how these costumes and relics played their part in Amelia’s glorious past. Meaner Taming Sari Witness a host of interesting and historical sights of Amelia from a height of 80 tree of Meaner Taming Sari.
Rest assured with the beauty of the vast scenic Amelia straits and the fast development of Amelia, your visit will be an unforgettable and memorable one. Meaner Taming Sari which located at Clan Marked, Band Hillier, Amelia was opened on 18 April 2008. The 110 meter viewing tower was designed based on the legendary Taming Sari Seer’s. It will be the 1st tower in the country to have a fully revolving structure. The air-conditioned viewing cabin will be able to accommodate 66 people at one time. Junker Walk A definite haven for antique collectors and bargain hunters.
Authentic artifacts and relics, some dating as far back as 300 years, can be found among a host of interesting collectibles, each with its own history and mystery. Clan Hang Kebab, formerly known as Junker Street, is known worldwide among serious antique collectors as one of the best places to hunt and bargain for antiques. Recently, a new wave of cafes and craft shops have sprouted on this street, lending it a cultured air of old-meets-new Amelia River Cruise The river was the main artery of trade for Amelia in its heyday when it was bustling with traders from all around the world.
Some buildings from that era still stand majestically by the river, which is also lined by old villages, or Samsung, and modern day buildings. The 45-minute cruise is accompanied by an entertaining and informative commentary. And, for Just ARM, it’s a good bargain. See parts of historical Amelia, get a history lesson for next to nothing, and never break a sweat! Natural & Adventure Zoo Amelia Amelia Zoo is situated at Are Kerri, approximately 13 kilometers from downtown Amelia. It is the second largest zoo in Malaysia. The zoo’s total area is approximately 4 acres.
It has in its possession at least 1,200 animals from more than 200 species. Amelia Zoo opened its door to the public in 1963. The major attractions of Amelia Zoo are the Malay Gaur, Serous and the Malay Tiger. In line with the current zoo development, Amelia Zoo adopted an open concept and maintains the natural green environment. Amelia Zoos role is as a centre for wildlife research, conservation breeding, zoo education center and a popular tourist destination. After the fall of Amelia, Portuguese built a fort to deter enemy threats at the time.
The fort built by the Portuguese from literate stone was sourced from the surrounding areas. The fort was built circular to the city and had 8 bastions, built in each corner of the city as well as strategic locations at the walls to monitor incoming enemy forces. The Frederick Hendricks bastion is one of six full functioning bastions at the time. The Dutch later fortified and built a sturdier bastion when the defeated the Portuguese in 1641. The Dutch still received threats from the local community who tried to wrestle back Amelia.
Additions to the fort walls were also carried out, especially near the ever mouth of Amelia River, site of trade and stop-oversee of ships from around the world. Culture Museum Park Research and excavation works at Atman Museum Buddha (Culture Museum Park) started 1 June till 30 June, 2010. The area is located at Clan Jota near Atman Museum Buddha (in front of the Amelia Malay Sultanate Palace). Based on map drawings made by the Dutch, the area may have remnants of a fort wall Jutting towards Santiago gate and Handwrite Louisa bastion.
Excavations have unearthed the foundation of the Amelia fort wall from Santiago gate, Handwrite Louisa bastion as ell as corner wall of the bastion. Other artifacts were discovered at this site including Chinese porcelain fragments (from Mining and Aching Dynasties), stoneware, Dutch stones, urns, animal bones, steel and others. Amelia City Archaeological Excavation Site Research and archaeological excavation works at the playground started from 1 June till 30 June, 2010. This site is situated at Clan Jota, next to the Central Amelia police headquarters.
This area as chosen due to its proximity to the remnants of the city’s walls, from Bastion Frederick Hendricks to Bastion Santiago, based on a sketch of a Portuguese (1588) and Dutch (1792) maps. Excavation works started manually and systematically archaeologically. The works uncovered the remnants of the city’s walls that were built using literate stones, organized methodically by the Portuguese and fortified by the Dutch. However, the British powered Amelia and destroyed the city walls.
Besides the city’s wall structure, the original drainage system of the Amelia was also found at the site. The drains were square (40 CM x 60 CM) made using literate. Other artifacts found at the site were Mining and Aching dynasty porcelain shards, stoneware, Dutch rock, pottery, animal bones, steel and others. However, the artifacts were found scattered throughout the area as this was also part of a walled up dam during the British era The Historical City of Malice (Amelia) is located in the state of Malice (Amelia) which is the second smallest state after Perils in Malaysia.