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This is the biggest of the jetty's and definitely worth a look. It's really easy to envisage how these used to be with people living here and they felt very atmospheric. Lots of shops that sell souvenirs and also places for snacks - try the...More
Loved this place. Authentic and fun. Giant bowl noodles can be found here. Stalls selling all sorts of souvenirs are here too. Dessert stalls sell ice cream and juices. Lovely to walk along the jetty. There is a small temple at the end of the...More
Perfect place to see the ocean from the end of the pier but also a quick five minute walk to the right of the bustling chew pier is a must experience pier with few tourists, no shops, and most uniquely no railings. Between the chew...More
We don't spend a lot of time here. Maybe 10 mins walking and take pic and 20 mins buying dresses.
We are here to see the jetty, how the houses are.
There are some household selling typical tourisity stuff and food.
We bought some dresses,...More
The uniqueness of this and neighbouring jetties which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites is that they have remained as sites for residences of migrant Chinese clansmen. The Chew Jetty is different from other jetties in that souvenir shops line its main boardwalk and therefore attracts...More
We have rook quick stop in Chew Jetty to see the Chinese lifestyle. It contains an open market where you may find a lot of goods, accessories and clothes. Chinese food and alot of beautiful painting drwan in street wall
Response from Raindance66 | Reviewed this property |
It’s made of planks and there’ll be some inconvenience for wheelchairs. But what would probably be more of a problem is to get there cos Malaysia is not exactly a wheelchair friendly country imo. Of cos, it will depend on... More
It’s made of planks and there’ll be some inconvenience for wheelchairs. But what would probably be more of a problem is to get there cos Malaysia is not exactly a wheelchair friendly country imo. Of cos, it will depend on where you stay, what facilities you have and where you go. Best wishes.
Response from 125budimanr | Reviewed this property |
i suggest u to go chew jetty at the afternoon because it very hot at the jetty. the business hour is 10 am - 9 pm. there is only one jetty near the big bowl noodle. don't forget to bring hat because it is hot.