Ah Ma House
Ah Ma House
3.5

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Phee Ian Y
26 contributions
Dec 2019
Well , being Malaysian, we just love our food and junk foods.During my visit to Sekinchan, I decided to drop in at Ah Ma's house to see whats all the fuss about. Not bad, really, you get to buy biscuits, snacks,teas and the kids had a great time choosing their snacks. Besides that they have a display of som antique stuffs.Not bad really, I would love to go there again.
Written March 8, 2020
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FLKS8
Cheras, Malaysia74 contributions
Jul 2019 • Friends
What they display there is not much of interest for locals, maybe to foreigner. But really worth going if you're 70s/80s babies or from 2/3 tiers cities or towns.
Written July 19, 2019
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Vince Y
George Town, Malaysia199 contributions
Jun 2019
What Item Selling : Mostly food and Ice tube
Price : Not Cheap (Commercial / Tourist Price)
Parking : Road side
Toilet Cleanliness : Below Average
Written September 3, 2019
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limww
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia319 contributions
May 2019 • Friends
This is a place with antique furniture that sells traditional snacks/sweets and local drinks such as guava with plum/lo han go.

The place has a nostalgic ambience as it is decorated with traditional house furnishings.
Written May 25, 2019
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keonglck79
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia35 contributions
May 2019 • Family
The house is eventually renovated from an old traditional house. You may found many childhood snacks sell here, their traditional cake was very fluffy and nice. Next to Ah Ma house is paddy field and Rice museum. Nice place to selfish and photo.
Written May 25, 2019
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Sam
Seremban, Malaysia19 contributions
Apr 2018 • Friends
It's part of the scenery but it's somewhat expensive and not worth the visit.

They are selling some tidbits and local stuff but pricing is comparably expensive.

As for the food stall next to them, you can order drinks, cendol, rojak & etc but totally not worth the pricing.

Suggest: stop for 15-20min (max) and that's all. There is another "ah Gong's" opposite this shop but given the impression that both may be the same (in terms of pricing & value) I skipped immediately.
Written April 30, 2018
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Santawang
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia172 contributions
Dec 2017 • Family
While the place gives some old nostalgia feeling which was nice, everything is considered expensive. The only time where they can choose to slaughter all you tourist. A small bottle of soya bean milk not even reaching 250 ml at RM3. A small old fashioned tea cup at nearly RM30..

Nice to visit but not to spend.
Written December 23, 2017
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KH_Lye
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia61 contributions
Dec 2017
This is a typical "house of the olden days" with an interesting collection of nostalgic memorabilia, especially relevant if you grew up in the 70's. Hey, that's the B&W TV I used to watch, the FM radio I used to listened to, the telephone I used to dialled! Nice memories. However, that's it. The rest are food being sold, most are not even from Sekinchan, and they are too expensive. This is a bit over-hyped, so we were a little disappointed.
Written December 19, 2017
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september06659
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia13 contributions
Aug 2017 • Family
It's just locate in the middle of paddy field. Found out many snacks and small games which is totally can recall my childhood memories, excited.. Here also got selling those wooden mould to make the traditional Chinese pastry-- anggu kuih! You can surely get your hand letter for your beloved one from here.
Written August 21, 2017
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Siewhwee1977
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia199 contributions
May 2017 • Family
It's a shop that selling traditional biscuits, cakes, old days stuff and childhood candies. At the garage, you can rent the special vehicle to tour the paddy village.

Inside the house, they placed the very old-fashioned furniture, TV set, radio, etc. Very good photo opportunities.

Ah Ma is Hokkien dialects, means grandmother. Those grown up in 80s sure will flash back memories of childhood days.
Written May 1, 2017
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