A Different Kind of Walk Today!
Yup, you saw it right, this one Submarine was decommissioned in 2001 by French Navy and transferred here to use as a training vessel in 2005 for the Royal Malaysian Navy. Now it's been set up on steel support at dry open land in Malacca, and opened up for public as museum.
This was me and my sister looking and amazed by the giant propeller in front of us. Looking at our size, you can imagine how big this thing was.
Let's see what they have inside.
The only entrance to the submarine, using the staircase provided. You also need to take off your shoe before entering. We carry ours right until exit.
That was a mannequin dress in uniform. There were few of them, some gave us a scared because it's was hidden somewhere not very visible.
The walkway was very narrow, most can squeeze 2 people side by side, but to be safe, we walked one person at a time.
That's it for the tour of this antique submarine.
Exiting the submarine at the other rear side. Into the hot air again...
This is my post for #WednesdayWalk by @tattoodjay and also #makemesmile by @elizacheng!
All photos were taken with my Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
Address: Jalan Klebang, Melaka 75200, Malaysia.
Contact: +606-282 6526
Monday - Thursday: 9 am - 5 pm
Friday: 9 am - 12.15pm, 2.45pm - 5 pm
Saturday - Sunday: 9 am - 6.30 pm
Admission Fees: Adult RM5 / Children RM3 / Children under 7 years old Free
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