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We went in the month of Ramadan so it was very festive. Loved the tuk tuk ride, the only down side was the music playing as it wasn't to our taste but my mother in law and her sister had enjoyable music. Can get a...More
We came here multiple times in the day for the coffee shops and restaurants. The daily fix and the stolen cup both great for coffee and cakes. Daily fix and The Baboon House both fantastic food.
Come on fri-sun evenings 6-11pm for a completely different...More
Jonkers- brought in life to our tired souls and feet after hours of driving, traffic menace of KL and the heart downpour . This street and it’s Architecture can date as old as the times of the world war 2 and beyond . This street...More
Jonker Street is a China Town in Malacca. One of famous street in the city. So many tourist attraction and restaurant also. U can see the people sell the antique shops, and u must buy the souvernir of Malacca. The best part of the Jonker...More
sun slowly sets, streets are closing, portable tables and chairs are brought out, vendors have their setups, the clock strike 6pm AND THE party starts. The street comes to life. Street shows, vendors displaying their wares, The oil is boiling, the charcoal is burning, the...More
agreed with Angel C. but mid day can be very hot. can try out the cafes along the road sides and visit the 3 oldest worship places to see the beautiful architectures. PS: Have u heard of Hang Jebat from melaka history? you... More
agreed with Angel C. but mid day can be very hot. can try out the cafes along the road sides and visit the 3 oldest worship places to see the beautiful architectures. PS: Have u heard of Hang Jebat from melaka history? you can try to spot his tomb along the street