Top 8 Malacca Shopping

Most Popular Shopping in Melaka

Jalan Bunga Raya and Jalan Munshi Abdullah form Malacca’s main modern shopping precinct, while Jalan Hang Jebat and Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock are the specialists in antiques that range from Nyonya tableware to HMV gramophones.

Aside from the merchandise at mega shopping malls like Mahkota Parade and Dataran Pahlawan where prices are fixed, its acceptable to bargain – though, you shouldn’t really expect a dramatic reduction.


1
Jalan Hang Jebat/Jonker Street Night Market Chinatown

The definitive Malaccan shopping experience, Jalan Hang Jebat houses a collection of unique stores; Stores retailing beaded Nyonya shoes, china and glass, swords, unusual toys, artwork, old coins and bank notes, antiques, British bikes and old biker artefacts and a veritable variety of knick knacks can easily be found here. Read More...

2
Orang Utan House Jonker Street

Established in 1992 as an art house gallery by Malacca-born artist Charles Cham. Inside there’s a collection of the artist’s contemporary paintings (all for sale) and even reasonably priced, funky and one-of--akind T-shirts that are extremely popular souvenirs. There are several outlets throughout Malacca. Read More...

3
LW Nyonya Pineapple Tarts House Jonker Street

Saying that Lucy Wee Nyonya Pineapple Tarts House is popular is a bit of an understatement. The subject of many, many newspaper articles, the pastries here are, of course, undeniably tasty and at any given time, you’ll see crowds queuing up for a new batch of freshly-baked Nyonya pineapple tarts. Read More...

4
Hatten Square Suites & Shoppes Malacca City

A behemoth complex that’s currently a favourite among Malaccan locals, the twostorey Hatten Square is a slick, new venture with over 200 high fashion stores and an IT superstore with outlets such as Apple, Acer, Nokia, LG, Garmin, and more. The ITcentric retail centre is linked to Dataran Pahlawan Megamall via a pedestrian bridge. Read More...

5
Dataran Pahlawan Malacca City

Housing a collection of upmarket designer shops, Dataran Pahlawan is another new addition to Malacca’s shopping landscape. Opposite Mahkota Parade, supermarket giant Carrefour is one of its anchor tenants and there’s a Golden Screen Cinema outlet on the top floor. Good Asian and Western dining options abound. Read More...

6
Tan Kim Hock Product Centre Malacca City

Adjacent to the fourstar Royale Bintang Hotel, the Curve is a sprawling shopping complex connected to Ikea, IPC, Tesco and e@Curve. Split into two areas – The Street and The Walk, The Curve is noteworthy for its bustling all-day weekend flea market retailing a variety of knick-knacks and novelties. Read More...

7
Mahkota Parade Shopping Mall Malacca City

Mahkota Parade, one of Malacca’s oldest shopping centres, sports a very Western feel with plenty of international chain stores including Payless Shoe Source, Crocs and more. It’s won an award for the best shopping centre in the country and there’s a good choice of clothing boutiques, electronics stores, camera shops and more. Read More...

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San Shu Gong Jonker Street

Just across the concrete bridge from the Stadhuys (beside Kedai Kopi Chung Wah), San Shu Gong is a fourstorey, brickred building that’s easily identifiable. A compact store that sells a variety of Nyonya pastries – ranging from Nyonya pineapple tarts to black sesame biscuits – that is delicious and reasonably priced. Read More...


 

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