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Shophouse vernacular architectural buildings are commonly seen in Southeast Asia, particularly Penang, Malacca and Singapore. Shophouses are mostly two or three stories high with a shop on the ground floor for mercantile activity and a residence above the shop. This hybrid building characterises the historical centers of most towns and cities in the Southeast Asia region.
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Shophouse vernacular architectural buildings are commonly seen in Southeast Asia, particularly Penang, Malacca and Singapore. Shophouses are mostly two or three stories high with a shop on the ground floor for mercantile activity and a residence above the shop. This hybrid building characterises the historical centers of most towns and cities in the Southeast Asia region.