In Malacca, there is a tourist attraction called Dutch Square. As the name suggests, it is a tourist attraction where buildings from the Dutch colonial period still remain. The city, which is a strategic point for maritime transportation, has been ruled by various countries throughout its history, and there was a time when the Netherlands ruled here.
Originally the territory of the Kingdom of Malacca founded in the 14th century, it was ruled by the Portuguese, the Dutch, the British, the Japanese during World War II, and after the war, it became the territory of Malaysia through the Federation of Malaya.
It is the same in any country that there are a lot of people doing business for tourists in tourist spots, and here near Dutch Square, there were a lot of people doing business for tourists. The young man in the hat in this photo was one of them. He was in the business of guiding tourists around town in a pedicab called a trishaw. When I pointed my camera at him on the saddle, he gave me a challenging look. His trishaw was decorated with flowers, probably to give it the appearance of a tourist attraction.
|Apr 2009 MALAYSIA PEOPLE|
|CYCLE RICKSHAW HAT MALACCA RICKSHAW WALLAH TRISHAW YOUNG MAN|
April 19, 2009
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