A good tourist thing to see in the evening when the street is blocked off and stalls abound selling food, trinkets etc. there is also a karaoke stage at one end which is good for a laugh. Very busy so prepare to jostle through crowds
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Famous for its historical Dutch and British Colonial structures, you'll find something interesting at every corner, lane and fascinating restaurants, trinkets to artifacts, temples, mosques and museums.
Jonker Streer is a chinatown complex and very close to Christ Church. There are a lot of restaurant and food stall along the Jonker Street. After this trip, you can continue to walk along Melaka River from one end to another end. This is a...More
You can find everything here and offcourse in a cheap price. Most recomended place for tourist to culinary and to buy give. Only open at the weekend start from 6 pm untill 12 pm. Too bad we only stay for 1 night in Melaka, if...More
Went to Jonker Street during the day and personally I didn’t find lots of character to the street. It feels like another regular tourist street with most shops selling souvenirs. However, there are a few cafes and coffee houses on the street such as The...More
We were back again since our last visit in June 2015! This place is still popular with tourists. It's a night market where one can shop, eat & drink to your heart's content! You can also taste oysters here at only RM24 for a set...More
A tourist place with loads of memorabilia goods and chicken rice restaurants. Stone throw away to Hard Rocks Cafe. There's a corner chicken rice shop whereby you need to queue for at least half an hour before you get a seat. Give it a try,...More