Chetti Village

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Chetti Village
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Sham Mathi
Kajang, Malaysia70 bidrag
Good
des. 2019 • Familie
Its all about chetti n their traditions..The Museum had all the information about them..Its located near the chetti village..The entrance is Rm2..Worth to visit..Although its not too big Museum bt there are lot to see about chetti's..Spend around 45 minutes..
Skrevet 16. februar 2020
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Susan C
Melbourne, Australia558 bidrag
Exploring Chetti Village
jul. 2019
I had a chance to wander by myself and visited this small residential area off Jalan Gajah Berang. There is an archway with elephant heads and a plaque listing a small explanation of the Kampung Chetti along with some chalk-like drawings on the pavements. The rest is mostly just residential housing. I found three places of interest within: the Chetti Museum, the Sri Muthu Mariamman Temple and Datuk Manila’s tomb. Definitely not a must do if you have limited time but I found it different to the more tourist areas.

The Chetti Museum

This is a niche museum with only has a few rooms, so it is up to you to decide if you are interested but at RM2 for adults and RM1 for children, the entrance fee to this small museum is inexpensive. Staffing at the museum were nice when I tried to work out how to get change for their low entrance fee. I had been to several museums or mansions for the Malay-Chinese cultures, so I found looking at Malay-Indian culture interesting.

Sri Muthu Mariamman Temple (332, Lorong Tengkera Jaya)

If you start at Chetti sign on the road near the Chetti Museum and head along the lane with the drawings on the road you will come across the Sri Muthu Mariamman Temple at the end. The decoration is pastel colours, primarily blues with pink and purple trimmings.

Datuk Manila’s tomb (Lorong Manila, Off, Jalan Tengkera)

In my wanderings around the Chetti village heading back towards Jalan Tengkera, I came across the tomb of Datuk Manila, a Muslim scholar from Manila in the Philippines and who taught Islam during the Dutch rule. His tomb is a gazetted old monument and historical site and consists of a small gated graveyard with Datuk Manila’s simple mausoleum.
Skrevet 29. august 2019
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李智优
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia49 977 bidrag
Chetti Village & Museum
jul. 2018 • Alene
It's a small indian village located in Melaka town. There is a chetti museum beside the main road. A good heritage walks around the village & visit the museum to learn about chetti
Skrevet 8. juli 2018
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MambangUlala
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia27 bidrag
FREE GUIDED TOUR ON SATURDAY, 25th February 2017.
feb. 2017 • Venner
There will be a FREE guided walk at this village on Saturday, 25th February 2017. Meeting point at Chetti Museum at 5.30pm. But you had to be there at 5.15pm for registration. The walk will ends around 7.00pm.

The FREE walk will be conducted in English by the village own community guide.

A great introduction for first time visitors and budget-conscious tourist.

Other dates are 25 Mac, 22 Apr, 27 May, 24 Jun, 22 Jul, 26 Aug, 23 Sep, 21 Oct, 25 Nov and 23 Dec.

Reservation is needed. Email to admin@perzim.gov.my
Skrevet 20. februar 2017
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xyilix
Moscow898 bidrag
индийское поселение
jan. 2016 • Par
Эта деревенька - дом потомков индийских поселенцев, которые обосновались здесь пять сотен лет назад. Они начинали как торговцы, но со временем адаптировались, привыкли к малайским обычаям..некоторые даже ассимилировали и переехали жить в другие города. Сейчас в деревне осталось около 30 семей.
Skrevet 19. mai 2016
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Heritage
jan. 2016 • Par
There is good view and relaxation mind. There alot to know about our history of our malaysian culture.
Skrevet 30. januar 2016
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HP8_11
Sydney182 bidrag
But see the temple near Jalan Tengkera
jan. 2016 • Par
This is a small residential village and not particularly interesting. We didn't see the Museum, however I'm rating it very good for the amazing Hindu Temple a block or 2 back along Jalan Gajah Berang towards the intersection of Jalan Tengkera. The temple entrance is from a small side street near a 2nd hand bookshop and cafe on Gajah Berang called "The Woods" (also good for a stop). The temple is called "Kuil Sri Subramaniam Thuropathai Amman Alayam Paribala Sabai" according to search and it has a wonderful, tall carved tower and beautifully decorated interior hand restored by craftsmen brought from India . We could have missed the Chetti Village but the temple is worth seeing even from the outside as the carved tower section is visible from the street. The temple may have limited opening times. If you are able to go in, make sure you leave your shoes out the front.
Skrevet 25. januar 2016
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nellielim
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia4 110 bidrag
Hindu peranakan
sep. 2015 • Venner
The Chetti village is home to a community of descendants of early Hindu settlers who settled in Malacca 500 years ago. They started out as traders and over time adapted to local custom, became Malay speaking but still remain Hindus. They are now known as Chitty's or Hindu Peranakan. Some have assimilated into the population and moved to the other cities. Today about 30 families remain in the village. There is a Chetti museum located at the entrance of the village. The Sri Mariamman temple sited in the village is 190 years old. This village is under the UNESCO heritage site and is worth a visit.
Skrevet 3. oktober 2015
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Chiara B
Singapore, Singapore47 bidrag
a jump away from the crowd
apr. 2015 • Venner
A stroll in the nicest and quietest village I've ever been, especially so close to a crowd small town as Melaka.
A taste of India mixed with the local tradition, smiley faces and a relaxed atmosphere on Sundays.
Definitely worth a visit.
Skrevet 20. april 2015
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Alexvonw
Doha, Qatar179 bidrag
Just a village
mar. 2015 • Familie
This is a nice clean and neat village, although that's pretty much all it is. We walked through the village and came to a big temple. The temple guardian invited us in to have a look around and told us a bit about the temple and the village. This was interesting, but otherwise, it is just a residential area (there is a museum too but we didn't visit) and it feels a bit strange wandering past people and their houses like it is a tourist attraction.
Skrevet 29. mars 2015
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