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First Time in Jonker Street

What To Do In Jonker Street In One Day

If this is your first time in Jonker Street, navigating your way through this historical district’s many sights and sounds can be challenging. Situated in the centre of Malacca Chinatown, Jonker Street is widely renowned for its colonial buildings, ornate Buddhist temples, and Nyonya cuisine. There are also plenty of antique and handicraft stores, where you can shop for attractive trinkets, t-shirts, local artwork and jewellery, as well as handmade kebaya Nyonya costumes.

Visitors are spoiled for choice when it comes to delicious food as Jonker Street houses quaint cafés and bistros serving authentic Nyonya, Asian, and European delicacies at affordable prices. Every weekend, Jonker Street’s Night Market comes to life in full colour with hundreds of hawker stalls, live music performances, and stylish bars staying busy until late. Discover what to do in Jonker Street in one day with our recommendations on the town’s best attractions, restaurants, bars, and shops.

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5 Great Jonker Street Shops

One of the best places to shop in Malacca, Jonker Walk is the city’s go-to area for only-in-Malacca souvenirs: check out Read More...

Bistro Year 1673

Bistro Year 1673

Located on the tourist-friendly Jonker Street is Bistro Year 1673, a cosy establishment with a lively atmosphere, great Read More...

Hard Rock Café Malacca

Hard Rock Café Malacca

Opened in January 2013, Hard Rock Café Malacca is the place to be for awesome live music, great Tex-Mex food, or just a Read More...

Geographer Cafe

Geographer Cafe

Housed in a pre-war corner shop lot, this breezy bar with outdoor seating stays open late. A flavoursome choice of Read More...

Cheng Ho’s Cultural Museum in Melaka

Cheng Ho’s Museum

Cheng Ho’s Cultural Museum is a gallery housing exhibits about Chinese Ming Dynasty admiral, Cheng Ho (Zheng He).  Read More...

Dutch Square Melaka

Dutch Square Melaka

Dutch Square is Malacca’s most picturesque spot on the riverfront along Jalan Kota. A favourite trishaw pickup point, it Read More...

Sri Poyyatha Vinayagar Moorthi Temple

Sri Poyyatha Vinayagar Moorthi

Opened in 1781, the rectangular-shaped temple is on a plot of land that was donated by the religiously tolerant Dutch Read More...

Calanthe Art Cafe

Calanthe Art Cafe

Serving Malaysia's 13 states coffee and awesome Nyonya laksa, Calanthe Art Cafe has a lot of charms on its sleeve, Read More...

Kedai Kopi Chung Wah

Kedai Kopi Chung Wah

Head on to Kedai Kopi Chung Wah if you would like a taste of one of the most celebrated Malacca dishes of all time – Read More...

The Baboon House

The Baboon House

Nestled amongst antiquated shop houses in Jonker Street, The Baboon House is a cafe-cum-art gallery offering delicious Read More...

Top 10 Hotels In Jonker Street

Top 10 Hotels In Jonker Street

Most hotels in Jonker Street are strategically located within walking distances to Malacca's historical architecture Read More...

10 Hotels Travellers Love Most in Jonker Street

Our list of the 10 hotels travellers love most in Jonker Street is diverse in terms of price and style, ranging from Read More...

10 Best Hotels Discounts in Jonker Street

These 10 best hotel discounts in Jonker Street puts you in the heart of Malacca’s most unique district while offering Read More...

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