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These are the sort of places that you need to just wander around, looking in all the shops, eating and enjoying the nature of the place. Unfortunately we were on an organised tour so time was restricted, if you can I would think at least...More
What i can see is that business around there are mostly fraudsters and charlatans! They love money too much, food, drinks and items aren’t really that good or amazing, too expensive and it’s like they think people from other states and different countries are stupid...More
Shops, cafes, temples and streetfood all vy for your attention along the narrow streets here - Chinatown is the best of Melaka's heritage and worthy of two or three hours of your time - if possible, coincide your visit with the weekend night markets as...More
Was there on a Saturday night. The night market street used to be wider with side stalls on the pavements but they have now moved down onto the road which makes the walking place reduced and jam pack. There seem to be more stalls around...More
One of those places where every day you find something new and interesting. It can be another little coffee place or restaurant, perhaps a temple or boutique. Everything is within walking distance. This is one of those places where the stress just rolls off. Lovely...More
We were there around midday on a weekday and the streets were quiet with few tourists around. Heritage buildings line the streets with many turned into museums and galleries. There are also quaint cafes and gift shops worth stopping for a look. Still an interesting...More
As the majority of the shops are owned by the Chinese, it is most likely that the shops at Chinatown will be closed during the lunar new year. Advised not to visit Chinatown during the new year. At other... More
As the majority of the shops are owned by the Chinese, it is most likely that the shops at Chinatown will be closed during the lunar new year. Advised not to visit Chinatown during the new year. At other times of the year the place is crowded during the evenings on Friday, Sat and Sun.
However the Chinatown in Singapore is open on New Year's eve and closed during the lunar new year for a week.