Continued from Jonker Walk ~ Night Market, Malacca
Malacca cendol is another food that you cannot miss on Malacca trip besides chicken rice ball. So what is the special of Malacca cendol? It is a sweet dessert of coconut milk, lurid green noodles and Malacca sugar, made from palm sap. It has Malacca sugar with it. Else it is the same in the rest of the Malaysia.
Continued from Restoran Ole Sayang (Nyonya Food), Malacca
Yeah… It’s time to go to night market at Jonker Walk, Malacca. You need to go there on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings from 6.00pm to 12.00 midnight. Else you can’t see anything. There are lot of stalls that sell unique arts and crafts, souvenirs, jewelry, and wooden clogs. And you can enjoy delicious food and entertainment over there. It is a great place to hang out during the weekend night.
Jonker Walk ~ Night Market, Malacca
Continued from Maritime Museum Phase 1 & 2
Restoran Ole Sayang is one of the famous Nyonya food restaurants in Malacca. It is located at Melaka Raya. This was the place recommended by Ellen’s friend. She took us there to try out this Peranakan Food. If not mistaken, we ordered Nyonya special recipe chicken (Pongtay Chicken), fried kangkung and a tofu soup. Anyway, I just know to eat.
Nyonya food at Restoran Ole Sayang
Continued from Maritime Museum (Replica Flor de La Mar), Malacca
Maritime Museum Phase 1 was opened by Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, former Prime Minister of Malaysia on 13 June 1994. While Maritime Museum Phase 2 was opened by Y.B Datuk Poh Ah Tiam, Chairman of the State Committee for Tourism, Culture and the Environment on 23 May 1998. Phase 1 highlights Malacca’s importance as a regional and international business centre from the period of the Melaka Sultanate, right through the Portuguese, Dutch and British era. And phase 2 shows the majesty of the seas and the oceans, the inter dependence of the maritime world and Man, and the role of the seas and oceans in Man’s continuing progress.
Alfonso De Albuquerque