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Every tourist must visit Jonker Street. I visited in the daytime, and at night they close it off to traffic for the night market on a Friday / Saturday night. There is a lot of Chinese and local food to try or you can just...More
Best time to go to Jonkers is around 7:45pm. Just when it's getting dark and the stalls turn on their lights..
Best way to walk Jonkers - Eat, Drink, Walk, all at the same time.
Enjoy all the food while it's hot.
The infamous Jonker Walk night market is a must go in every travel website or recommendation. Yes, it's a must go but I don't think anyone will go back again for the 2nd time.
The street is vibrant with various stall selling different types of...More
This is one of the most visited market at night in Malacca, a narrow street turned to night market at weekend night. If you walk in noon,there are cafe and restaurants but the price is tourist price (slightly more expensive). In weekend, this street is...More
Nothing unusual about this night market. It’s just like another night market . However, something special thing happen was meet some "tortoise" along the river. Meet the owner of the tortoise and have let kids to enjoy touching and playing with tortoise.
This is the place to go to get a wide sample of Melaka snacks and drink. There are a huge number of hawker stalls selling all sorts of local food, drinks, souvenirs and trinkets during the weekend night market. It is a very interesting experience...More
I always go to Jonker Street whenever I'm in Melaka. There're so many stalls, restaurants and shops to browse at items and savour Melaka delicacies. But it can be very crowded when there's a night market.
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