KL 2017 Jonker Walk


After rested our feet at Dataran Pahlawan Melaka Megamall, we continued our venture to Jonker Walk.

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Jonker Street is now known as Jalan Hang Jebat. It is the China town of Malacca. The building with lanterns is San Shu Kong which sell local food product.

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The street is decorated with traditional umbrellas and lanterns.

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Jonker Walk is lined with old houses with Baba and Nyonya heritage.

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There are many souvenir and antique shops.

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A street performer.

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One of the hawker’s food area.

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Some fancy buns.

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I tried a couple of the grilled fish cake (“otak-otak”). They were quite oily.

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It so happened that it was a night market day. So, the road was closed for street vendors to set up their stalls.

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We had dinner at one section of Jonker Walk with food vendors and portable tables set up for customers.

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We tried several items. I ordered a Nyonya laksa.

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It also came with cockles. The addition of jicama and cucumber makes it different from Kuala Lumpur’s laksa. This is RM6 (about CAD1.80).

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My sister ordered Asam Laksa.

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The asam laksa was pretty good.

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She also ordered a cendol for dessert. The asam laksa and cendol was just RM10 (about CAD3).

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I got the Fruit Rojak for dessert. This is RM6 (about CAD1.80).

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After dinner, we were lured to the stage by the sound of kara-oke.

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We sat down to enjoy a few songs before we shopped a bit more at the night market.

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It was dark by the time we left Jonker Walk to return to our hotel.

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