Sunday, April 29, 2018

Malacca Trip 2018 - Day 2 - Jonker Street

Day 2, after our sumptous morning buffet breakfast at the hotel, we visited Jonker Street. From Hatten Hotel, we used the linkbridge to Dataran Pahlawan Melaka Megamall and exited via the west exit/entrance. From there, we could walked towards Jonker Street.

We could see the transport museum where there's a huge train and plane on display.

And of course the red building that was very outstanding was the Christ Church Melaka.

I had visited Malacca many times long ago, the last was maybe more than 15 years ago. Surprised the river now looked so clean and dont smell.

Once we entered Jonker Street, we could see San Shu Kong, a souvenir shop selling Malaysia local products.

Visisted the Baba & Nonya Heritage Museum , need admission fee of RM16. I joined the english tour. We could not take photos beyond the main area. The visit was interesting.

Please do visit the Peranakan Museum in Singapore, free to take photos around the museum without flash. The museum in Singapore is free admission for Singaporean, permanent residents and children below 6. For others, admission ticket needed. You can view my post on my visit to Singapore Peranakan Museum in here.

Bought a bottle of pineapple tarts at RM22 from the Baba and Nonya Heritage Museum.

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