Free and Easy Malacca - Day 3 Itinerary
1) Brunch at Chung Wah Chicken rice ball
2) Jonker 88
3) Stroll at Jonker Street
4) Shopping and Sightseeing
5) Dessert at Nadeje
6) Seafood at Muara Sungai Duyong
Jonker Walk is a not-to-be-missed activity in Melaka.
It's an interesting cultural walk through the Chinatown of a heritage town. Nice and interesting traditional buildings and shop houses selling items reminiscing the old days.
|Cultural Walk @Jonker|
Ice cream, Pineapple Tarts, Rooster bowls
Looking for something from Malacca for colleagues and friends? San Shu Gong is the place to go for local snack and tidbits shopping. They have a big retail at Jonker Street, just opposite of Chung Wah Chicken Rice coffee shop. Large variety of famous local delicacies are on display and samples are available for you to try before purchase.
Jonker Night Market
On Friday and Saturday nights, many hawkers and stall owners gathered at Jonker for the night market (pasar malam). Below are some pictures from our last visit - Jonker Night Walk.
|Jonker Night Market|
Herbal Tea, Portuguese egg tart, Fried carrot cake
|Bubble Making Tiger|
We bought something from Little Nonya Gift Shop opposite Fenix Inn. I would highly recommend the soya noodles, which is very soft, light and slightly sweet.
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