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Very disappointed by this neglected historical village. It has all it takes to express it’s wealthy history, but instead it is left to wild commercialism and cultural vandalism. At least cars should be banned or severely restricted (Melaka is proud of being smoke free, but...More
I first stayed here in 2013 and have been back twice since. This is a densely packed portion of Melaka packed with restaurants,cafes, galleries and shops of all kinds. It retains its old world feel with its centuries old architecture. Wonderful vibe. Plenty to see...More
Try as many as restaurant and cafe as you can, you can always find some different tasty food/ coffee.
Couple little museum over there has in-house tour guide service, ~4 USD/ person. Some of them have good knowledge of the display history, they explain it...More
Very different to the Petaling Street in KL City. You can have a good day of historical walk taking in the views and scenes of the old heritage buildings and the vibrant of the people here. Has a lot of antique shops and a lot...More
Melaka were quite surprising having Chinese influences very apparent.
A Chinese Buddhist Temple emerging from Taoism, Confucianism and Buddhism is very apparent and a must to see.
The street are very vibrant to buy different goods.
Chinatown Melaka is a prodigious place for discovery, food and entertainment. Sadly, most tourists are channeled to Jonker Walk (Jalan Hang Jebat) the backbone street of Chinatown, full of restaurants and souvenir shops. If you have some time, it is worth visiting the nearby streets....More
I strolled along this historical street in the historical city of Malacca. It is recognised as a World's Heritage location and I must admit that the government of Malacca has done a great job in maintaining the up-keeping of this place. Lots of very nice...More
A world heritage location, there are two main streets in China Town; Jonker Street (now called Jalan Hang Jebat) and Heeren Street (now called Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock). Start a walk of Chinatown from Dutch Square crossing the river bridge, turn left and then...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.