Nothing like a holiday after a wedding.
Packed up in many cars , ready to hit the roads . Never left to Malacca so late , but we did!
Things to eat / do
We stayed at the Wyndham by Ramada – Paid 234 nett with breakfast .Location was enpointe.
Located 2 minutes slow walk from our hotel , we had many , many meals here.
Nyonya laksa – so nice. Owner initally unfriendly, then gets friendlier the more you order
Fried Kuey Teow – Specifically tell him to make it spicy! The elderly Uncle is the sweetest!
Satay – Nice , go early otherwise it sells out by 2 pm( Chicken better than Lamb)
Chicken rice – OK
Yee char kuey in the evenings
Located opposite the hotel. Never had the tummy space to try , but the younger generation in our group LOVED IT.
to try – chocolate chip waffle, salted gula melaka latte , hot ( dark) chocolate, banana waffle
Jam tarts – Christina Yee – On Jonkers , apparently the nicest , they tasted.
Old Merchant – rare find on the river of Malacca .Probably the only valid speak easy in Malacca.
Baba Charlie Cafe – Located in Tengkera , about 20 minutes in moderate traffic. Worth the trip , great food ,tons of parking , not so friendly owner.With 25 of us in the group, he ” forced” us to order the set meals because it’s just easier , apparently .Price you pay when you want tasty food.
They also own Baba Charlie Nyonya Cake , fresh nyonya kuihs that sell out super fast , as well.
Walking along Indian street before Hard Rock
Out and about in Melaka!