When we reached Malacca Sentral, we took Panorama to the Clock Tower. It costs us RM1.50 per person. If you choose to take a taxi, it will cost you RM20. Express bus, domestic bus and taxi are pooled together in this terminal for the convenience of passengers travelling around Malacca.
Malacca is one of the historical city in Malaysia.It has been listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site since 7 July 2008. Dad and mom love the architecture and the history of this city.
Cheng Ho's replica ship. The iconic landmark at Jonker Street. Girls, Cheng Ho had a weighty influence on Chinese International Relations of the day. In the mid-15th Century, he was entrusted to bring the Emperor’s daughter, Princess Hang Li Po to marry the Sultan of Malacca.
We decided to have our breakfast at Low Yong Mow (榮茂茶室). A traditional Chinese coffee shop. It is a popular dim sum restaurant in Malacca. Don’t miss out Malacca dim sum during your trip. According to sources, the business at Low Yong Mow exceptionally good on Sundays.
Lo Mai Gai 糯米鸡. This is one of the must-have items whenever we go for dim-sum. It is a savoury steamed glutinous rice dish which are commonly found in dim sum restaurants. The Lo Mai Gai here was soft and flavourful.
Along with the dim sum food, there was even a plate of Ampang Yong Tau Foo.
Steamed seaweed roll.
It is good to accompany this tasty breakfast with a cup of Chinese tea. The service here is friendly and efficient. Dim sum also fresh due to their quick turnover.
After breakfast, we wandered slowly around Jonker Street. Visiting Malacca is an unique experience with a rich historical and cultural. We took photo at Taman Warisan Dunia Jonker Walk 鸡场街世遗公园.
Taman Warisan Dunia. It is a small park dedicated to a local who won the Mr. Universe Asia body building competition.
After much walking around and sweating, we decided to take a break in Jonker 88 for the famous cendol dessert. Jonker 88 is located at No. 88, Jalan Hang Jebat, 75200, Melaka,Malaysia. It also serves dishes and desserts like ice kacang, curry laksa, nyoya laksa and yong tau fu.
We did not order too much food as we wanted to have our lunch later. We ordered one normal cendol and one durian cendol to try.The durian flavoured cendol is the main attraction at Jonker 88. Blended ice with cendol, red beans and durian "jam" on the top.
As we stepped inside, it was packed with both locals and tourists.
Gula Melaka or coconut palm sugar is not just the icon of Melaka but a very important ingredient to many amazing Malaysian food. RM5 per bottle and RM6.20 per packet.
There are some craft shops with handmade souvenirs. Our family members love this souvenir very much. We picked up lots of handmade souvenirs here.
Chinese Style Restaurant Interior Design.
Girls, it was good to have lunch at spacious restaurant with good interior. We had a nice lunch here. Malacca trip became one of our memorable gastronomic trips. It was a typical walking trip.