It's the most unique night market in Malaysia for variety, food, unique products, entertainment all in one place. Only on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, nite only.
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Maybe you always heard about this street so many times if we're talking about Melaka. It's placed in the central of the city, not quite far from the Red Church (I'll write about it later). You can go a whole day sightseeing in Jonker street....More
Shops are very touristic, lots of rubish you'll never need. Lots of shops has the same stuff. At church, lots of bicycles with lights and music in it, pass by.We've seen it, we were there, no second time. Hotel was very perfect.
Jonker comes alive at on weekend at night. Stalls offering all kinds of ware from food to hair accessories to art to jam tarts. If you go on a Saturday night, the crowd is soooo intense .... its shoulder to shoulder so you need to...More
A highly recommended and a "must-go" place to go when in this city. Lots of local food to try and the chendol (local dessert) is a must try food.
jonker street is a straight street with shops on both sides, all local stuff, shopping, eating and drinking.
Jonker Street by day can be interesting if you have an interest in antiques or dainty albeit overpriced baju kebaya. However, the night scene is entirely something else. The whole street is packed with hawkers selling all sorts of delicacies, new and old. We had...More
Very touristy street that offers lots of shopping and food choices including souvenir and local food stuff all in one spot. Night markets opened till midnight.