Needless move to alter history


The proposal to change the name of Melaka’s iconic St Paul’s Hill to Bukit Melaka has not gone down well, with locals and those in the tourism industry questioning the motives behind it.

THE fixation on hills in Melaka often arouses amusement and, sometimes, even intrigue. There are just too many places around the historical city named after “bukit” (hill).

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