Red and pretty. But what's the story behind it?
Built in 1753 to celebrate a century of Dutch occupation, its interior also houses plaques honouring Dutch soldiers and locals. It was later transformed from a Protestant into an Anglican church when the British took over Malacca.
Fact check? It wasn't always red. Originally white, Christ Church was painted red in 1911 to "match" its surrounding (The Stadthuys) and has remained the colour since.