We toured the ancient city of Malacca/Melaka on a day trip from Port Dickson by bus. It was arranged by the rally folks so there was a good group of us. We had an English speaking guide, but there were too many people for all of us to hear and keep up with him all the time. Some folks spread out to explore on their own. We followed the guide, even if we couldn't always hear what he was saying about the sites we visited.
This old wooden waterwheel was at the site of an old fort in the downtown area where we started the walking tour.
Modern museums are now in the old buildings.
We visited a shoe shop where the man's family had been involved in the foot binding business in years past. These are some of the tiny shoes he made for bound feet for the Chinese girls and ladies. It was considered very chic to have tiny feet, but the tortuous pain involved in making and keeping them that was seems barbaric today.