Great street food. So many great dishes here. Love it. Dont go on rainy day and care for thieves or copet.
1 - 10 of 4,221 reviews
A must visit street to soak up the cultural experience. The oldest temple in malacca is just around the corner. There are a lot of shops that sells souvenirs around the corner.
A must visit in Malacca on weekend. Lots of local delights where you can eat as tooting walk and shop.
Visited on a Saturday night, very busy and full of tourists. Difficult to walk as there are so many people. Most of the old buildings have been refurbished into shops, restaurants etc.
Though the weekend evening stalls are not opened on weekday afternoon and not all shops are opened, it is nonetheless an interesting experience walking down both sides of the street at leisurely pace without having to jostle with the weekend crowds. There are enough eateries...More
Jonker street is really just a street of Peranakan style shophouses, many which have been refurbished into restaurants, shops or boutique hotels to cash in on the Unesco heritage brand. Many of the shops sell cookie cutter factory-made cheap trinkets/souvenirs, or are a branches of...More
Jonker street is now lined with a lot of shops set up as tourist traps. There are even mini department shops like Mini-so and Domesky, and there is a H&M at the river end. Even the famous food stops along the street have become very...More
The first impression of the road with all the banners is that it is pretty inviting. Some of the architecture is lovely but there are few anitque shops there - onlly one was open on our day time visit. Other shops selling the normal tourist...More
This is the center of the historic area. Great restaurants, shops and temples. There are several shops that sell antiques. However, unless you are traveling with a local you really need to be careful with the antiques as you may not really know what you...More
A typical street shopping you see ard this region. There are some nice stuff though but some are over priced as its very tourist. I find the temperature in this place too hot whenever i visit even at night. But melaka is small so i...More