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Hoe Kee Chicken Rice 和记鸡饭 @ Jonker Street, Malacca

When we talk about Malacca, first thing that comes to our mind will be Hainanese Chicken Rice which often served in rice ball and white steamed chicken. 329 more words


Donald & Lily @ Malacca

Donald & Lily has been well known for nyonya food and they are one of the pioneer of nyonya food in Malacca. From other reviews online, many mentions that seats are very limited during peak hours and thus, we decided to head there early to have a nyonya-style breakfast. 281 more words


Navy Cafe @ Jonker Street, Malacca

Decorated with lush greenery at the entrance to the cafe, this place can be easily spotted just right around the corner of Jonker Street. Though at first sight, this place seems to experts in brewing coffee, a friend of us recommended us to try their Salted Egg Lava Toast, which is why we decided to check out this place. 314 more words


One Day in Malacca, Malaysia

/ A popular shopping mall in Malacca /

/ The Dutch Square –one of the most landmarks in Malacca– is surrounded by all the maroon painted buildings / 13 more words


Moty Hotel @ Malacca

Located at walking distance from Plaza Mahkota and close to Mahkota Parade, Moty Hotel is a newly addition to the commercial area near Plaza Mahkota. Having a high score on Agoda and countless reviews praising the service and quality of this hotel on their Facebook page, they decided to stay in this place during Sheepie Malacca Birthday Trip. 544 more words


What We Find Exotic Abroad May Be What We Hunger For In Vain at Home.

Jevon told me that I will love Malacca when he visited earlier. All I thought was, yeah sure. I love an old city.

Months later, without expectation, I was so fortunate to get my chance to went to Malacca. 93 more words


Malacca - Motorbike Graveyard

On the Western side of Malaysia, Malacca was a great place to discover old colonial buildings in a poor state of repair, bunkers and history galore. 106 more words

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