Jonker Street, Culinary Attractions to Antiques in Melaka, Malaysia

This area is in the form of a night market that is located from end to end of Hang Jebat Street. If you come from the direction of the Red Building, you will be able to see one end that is marked by a fairly large ship-shaped statue.

IPHEDIA.com - Jonker Street, one of the tourist attractions in Melaka (Malacca), Malaysia. The location is in Melaka Chinatown, also known as Jonker Walk or Hang Jebat Street. Jonker Street is also often known as Antique Street.

Along Jonker Street there are still some old buildings erected in the 17th century AD. The architecture is also still retro, with strong Chinese and Portuguese influences.

Jonker Walk is also a paradise for antique collectors and bargain hunters. Authentic artifacts and relics, some of them 300 years old, can be found among a variety of interesting collections, each of which has its own history and mysteries.

Hang Jebat Street, or formerly known as Jonker Street, is famous among antique collectors around the world as one of the best places to hunt and bargain for antiques.

Because the location of Jonker Street is in the middle of the city, it's easy to reach it from wherever you live in Melaka. By walking or taxi you can visit this road.

Jonker Street is only open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from afternoon to night around 11 o'clock. On Saturdays and Sundays, Jonker Street can be very full, both by local residents and foreign tourists.

This area is in the form of a night market that is located from end to end of Hang Jebat Street. If you come from the direction of the Red Building, you will be able to see one end that is marked by a fairly large ship-shaped statue.

Here you will find small stands that sell a variety of street foods that will be very appetizing, ranging from egg burgers, quail egg satay, dimsum, turnip cake, fried oyster, and many others.

When you feel hot, you can also find a variety of fresh drinks, even mixed ice. One day is not enough to try it all!

In addition to the abundance of food, you can also buy various kinds of funny items that can be used as souvenirs. Such as key chains made of iron, hangers that can light up to dolls. In fact, if you come at the right time and day, you can also watch local residents who are practicing dancing.

Here are a number of clubs with various kinds of dances that you can see. Even more members consist of elderly people who are still very energetic. In addition, there is also a large stage provided for anyone who wants to karaoke with Jonker Street visitors watching. It's fun right? (*)

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