After our dinner at Ole Sayang Restaurant, we drive toward Jonker street......get our parking easily beside the Malacca River. This parking area is huge! (N2°11.634' E102°14.832') MYR2.00 per entry.
The area was crowded and packs! Believe it's because of festive season too.
The night market is full of foods, fashion, toys and many others stall.......
It's really happening over here, you can see tourist, locals, visitors and also photographers everywhere!
Strange but common here! It's karaoke session on the stage, senior audiences and fans surround the stage.......most of the oldies was perform that night.
All the Red Lanterns are symbolic the Lunar Chinese New Year!! And......OOOPPppppssss!!
The cafe that attracted me along the street.......
Banyan Garden Cafe
And I forgot the name of this small cafe. It is a No-Smoking Cafe! That's the reason attract me! It's difficult to find a drinking place without smoker over here.....yes, I mean Malaysia.
When you step in, this cabinet on your right is display all the antique vase. The owner of the shop must be fall in love with all this.
And this is my favorite cafe : Geographer Cafe. This is the first time I visit this cafe during night time and it's full until I can't even squeeze in!
If you want to see more photos of this cafe, please visit : Malacca (Melaka)
He was playing "I Don't Want To Talk About It" from Rod Stewart when I passed by......
We spend our night there until midnight, my daughter was so happy with her new toys but totally exhausted!
We love the atmosphere around this street and will visit again in the future.
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