Top 10 Malacca Nightlife

Most Popular Nightlife Spots in Melaka

Malacca’s nightlife scene is not as fluid and hopping as Kuala Lumpur’s. New nightspots continue to open but supply far outstrips demand and only a few of these places remain after a couple of months.

First time visitors, should take note of old timers (Geographer Café, Ringo’s Classic Café) that have managed to survive the test of time; hotel bars are the old standbys and the Jonker Walk night market is a mustvisit.

Jonker Street night market (Pasar Malam)

It is a commonly acknowledged fact that Malacca’s Jonker Walk night market is the best in the country. Well organized with a wide array of stalls, polite and friendly hawkers and ubiquitous bargains all combine to draw in the crowds. When the market takes place every Friday and Saturday night, the handful of bars along this avenue does roaring good business with tables and chairs spilling out onto the five-foot walkways. Read More...

Mixx Club Malacca City

Mixx is steadily becoming Malacca’s reigning club. Opened in December 2011, it has certainly started out with all the right stuff. Set on the second floor of Mahkota Parade, it has solidified its hip credibility by constantly importing DJs and live visuals from all over Asia. Read More...

Geographer Café Jonker Street

A breezy bar with outdoor seating, Geographer Café is a laid back venture that’s absolutely jammed at weekends. Open late for drinks, besides the thriving nightlife, this bistro is one of the best places to head to if you’re craving excellent, international standards. Read More...

The Library Malacca City

The Library is a restobar set in Melaka Raya. Known for its live bands and extensive food menu, the place is not your average Malaccan bar. Serving an upscale clientele, it prides itself on its selection of beers (said to be Malaysia's largest selection of imported and locally brewed beers). Read More...

Ringo’s Classic Café Malacca Jonker Street

A dusty yet densely packed bar along Jonker Street, Ringo’s may not look like much from the outside but its one of the better places to grab a drink. It’s just around the corner from Geographer Café, but they’re incredibly different, Ringo’s patrons are a colourful jumble of expats, local old timers and tourists. Read More...

Jalan Melaka Raya
Jalan Melaka Raya

Taman Melaka Raya houses a good number of the state’s best known nightspots. As a rule, the Eye on Malacca would make the list of after-dark attractions in the area but a recent legal dispute has resulted in the shut down of the giant Ferris wheel. Jalan Melaka Raya, the main thoroughfare in this development, plays host to a good variety of nightclubs.

Arena: The Jetty Malacca City

A complex that houses fine dining restaurants, trendy cafés and a karaoke lounge, The Jetty is a prominent nightspot popular with visitors due to its convenient location. Stretching out towards the sea, it’s situated between Mahkota Hotel and Holiday Inn. Aspiring singers can belt out tunes at GoGo KTV Lounge. Read More...

Pure Bar
Pure Bar Taman Melaka Raya

Sporting an industrial grey façade, the brightly neonlit Pure Bar is Malacca’s reining nightclub. Usually packed to the tee, it’s a university student-populated bar; the interior is sprinkled with bare tables and bar stools and music featured is usually mainstream R&B spun by resident deejays.

Portugese Square

Three km east of Taman Melaka Raya, is Malacca’s Portuguese Square. Also known as Medan Portugis, it’s the site of a fairly-thriving Portuguese community – though the only thing belying their inherited culture now is their patois and surnames. Housing plenty of restaurants, food stalls and pubs (food and drinks are expensive) its popular because of its populace. Read More...

Movida Kitchen Bar, Club & Lounge
Movida Kitchen Bar, Club & Lounge

A resto-bar located in Hatten Square, Movida Kitchen Bar, Club & Lounge is one of the latest additions to Malacca’s nightlife scene. Fairly popular with the young and yuppie crowd, the interior is modern, nouveau-riche and the music is a ‘world mix’ – basically the latest techno beats. Serving up Italian, Mediterranean and Spanish fusion cuisine, the fare is reasonably priced for international standards and drinks are cheap.


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