THE tale of Melaka has captured the imagination of Malaysians for centuries. The much-storied state that started it all is replete with historical sagas, myths and legends. It is no wonder, then, that the epic narrative of this historic city is getting a grand staging in Encore Melaka.
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It will be a Malacca story dating back as early as Zheng He’s time. It will also include the Sultanate, colonisation by Portuguese, Dutch and British. The show will last 75 minutes. But unlike Liu Sanjie, we will have an indoor theatre.
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