A Day Trip to MELAKA (Part 1)

An impromptu plan we made.

Chose Melaka as the destination as it is near. Iternary was drafted last minute too. Googled for places to eat. I am very sure that we ended up more eating than sight-seeing. Eat at almost every stops. *blushed*


On Sunday; Ashley, Andrew, Wanyi & Yew Kong traveled from KL and reached my house at about 10.30am. We then traveled to Melaka; safely arrived and got our car parked at Jonkers Street at about 11.30am.



All of us were so hungry. Decided chicken rice ball as our so-called breakfast.



queued to be seated


The 3 angels; Ashley, Wanyi, Melissa


spicy chili sauce


Steamed Chicken with Soy Sauce


Rice Balls. Sized of a ping pong.

Rice are very soft. Chicken meat is rather abit hard. Somehow I preferred the one at  ‘Hoe Kee’.


KEDAI KOPI CHUNG WAH @ 18, Jalan Hang Jebat, 75200 Melaka.


After the chicken rice meal; walked around at Jonkers Street. Luckily it wasn’t very really sunny that day. Or else I will be perspiring non-stop. 😉

2) JONKER 88

A shop serving various noodles & cendols. The shop is often seen with long queues.


the interior


We ordered 2 types of Laksa.

Nyonya Assam Laksa – Its different from the Penang Assam Laksa. This is much more sour and spicy. Without the shrimp paste.


Baba Laksa – Creamy Curry soup. Nice one!


88, Jalan Hang Jebat, 75200, Melaka
GPS: 2.199570, 102.246644
Tel: 019-397 5665



Under the sunny walk; a bowl of cendol is best to stop the thirst.

Amoy Yuan Yang Waffle; filled with pandan flavor paste.


Yummy Durian Cendol

For more detail; check out the post which I’ve blog last time.

Durian Cendol @ Lao Qian Ice Cafe


After the dessert; we walked all the way towards Menara Taming Sari (next post).

2 thoughts on “A Day Trip to MELAKA (Part 1)”

  1. I missed Malaysia! I resided there for 3 years and the food is jsut fantastic, I havent been to Melaka though, but my colleagues whose hometown is near or in Melaka always bring me those rice cakes and sweets (not sure what its called but I think its something like nyonya) that are simply amazing. I have visited Penang as well before and the food are really delicious!
    Thanks for sharing this, it will definitely be one of my destination when I visit Malaysia sometime soon.


    1. THANKS!
      No Prob. I can’t deny that Malaysia has plenty of good food. Melaka indeed a good destination for tourists.
      Do check out my next post for the continuation. CHEERS 😉

      Anyway; nice blog you have there. Will bookmark it 🙂

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