Not far from the central square there is Saint Paul hill with the church of the same name. Walls of the church are housing many religious artifacts; travelers are also attracted by an opportunity to evaluate the panorama of the city from comfortable viewing platforms.
One of the most beautiful and interesting places for walking is Chinatown; its picturesque streets are full of interesting landmarks. There you can see some beautiful mosques, temples and old stores, which are operating today. In the heart of Chinatown there is Kampung Hulu Mosque, which is one of the oldest religious buildings in the city and the state as a whole. Built in 1728, the mosque is a unique architectural monument made in the rare architectural style.
There are lots of amazing attractions in the vicinity of the capital, including the sacred well of Hang Tuah. It is named after the great hero that is mentioned in numerous beautiful legends. It is believed that the water from the well bestows good luck and has healing properties. Another important shrine is Dol Said Tomb; he was the military leader, who died during the war against the British invaders. He is famous for his deeds appreciated by locals.