After dinner, we went out to Jonker Street, a must-visit spot of Malacca.
Dataran Pahlawan Melaka Megamall.
History of Malacca, have a detail tomorrow.
The Proclamation of Independence Memorial.
Bastion House, was constructed by the British rubber company Dunlop in 1910, is a heritage building where the Malay World Islamic World Museum is located nowadays.
Melaka special: colorful trishaws.
Red Square, or Dutch Square.
Stadthuys, used to be the city hall, is the Melaka History and Ethnography Museum nowadays.
Christ Church Melaka.
Melaka Clock Tower.
Queen Victoris’s Fountain.
河畔的Hard Rock Cafe.
Top technique to get the fresh coconut meat with its water out its shell. Nice looking and easy to enjoy.
This street represents the mixture of different histories and cultures with harmony.
We ever visited this restaurant few years ago.
Hokkien Huay Kuan.
Instead of shopping, I like to see these buildings the more.
Ancient charm with modern look.
Masjid Kampung Kling, or Kampung Kling Mosque, which has combined multi-cultures in its buildings.
One of icon of Jonker Walk: Geographer Cafe.
Teo Chew Hui Kuan.
Jessie bought this Totoro stool.
Xiangqun introduced a lot about the history of these buildings.
These bricks were used by Dutch to increase their ships in their journey from Europe to here. They unloaded them at destination and returned back to Europe with local goods.
Chicken Rice Ball, one of the famous dishes of Malacca.
Ok, the main point at here is that the middle lower roofs are original, as the purpose of this section was only for storage when the stores were build.
Back to the beginning of Jonker Walk, we bought some coconut water.
Skilled staff was separating the fresh of coconut from its shell, to ease customer enjoying the coconut water and its fresh.
街口的Hard Rock Cafe.
Waiting for Uber to go back to our hotel.