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There are simply too many people on the street. We got out pretty quick. We moved out of the center lane and tried to get to the side of the road(behind the booths). Then we saw this restaurant with rice ball and chicken and decided...More
Jonker Street is full of new and old world charms. It’s one of the places in Malacca that you’ll see traditional sights and also new hipster cafes.
From quail egg skewers to affogatos; street karaoke and trishaws with blindingly bright cartoon-themed decorations, Jonker is worth...More
For me it's just like any other ordinary night market because I've been to many market like this before. The products they're selling are almost the same all along the way. But there is also food that you can't find anywhere but here only which...More
This is our 1st time visiting Jnker Street during night time. Very crowded with tons of things to buy! I end up buying a lots of souvenir especially their t shirt. (shop located near the fountain, on right side). I love the t shirt design.
The overall experience in Jonker street can only be summed in one word..Congested! The street should be made more pedestrian friendly..cars and bikes zoom by the street even when the street is full of pedestrians..The authorities should probably review the
traffic situation during weekends and...More
Many shops selling local titbits and snacks, plus local desserts like chendol, so one is spoilt for choice. The lanes are narrow (it is an old part of town anyway) so you have to be careful when moving around, as vehicles come quite close. The...More
We did an overnight stay in Melaka mainly to coincide with the Jonker Street Night Market.
We stayed at The Novotel which was not far away but in the heat elected to get a Grab car. Returning to our hotel we decided on the more...More