Here are some miscellaneous photos of the sights in Malacca.
The above was taken at the Red Square.
The following few photos were taken along the Malacca River board walk.
The remnant of the Malacca Watermill Sultanate. It is the first and largest watermill in Malaysia.
The Casa de Rio Melaka along the Malacca River. (more…)
The next morning, we had breakfast in the hotel as the stay includes breakfast. It's a set breakfast with toast, hotdog and omelette, with coffee. After breakfast, we walked to…
After rested our feet at Dataran Pahlawan Melaka Megamall, we continued our venture to Jonker Walk.
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.
The street is decorated with traditional umbrellas and lanterns.
Jonker Walk is lined with old houses with Baba and Nyonya heritage. (more…)
After visiting A Famosa, we walked over to the Dataran Pahlawan Melaka Megamall to get some reprieve from the sun.
The above is the Dataran Pahlawan Fountain.
The base of the Dataran Pahlawan Fountain is carved with history of Malacca. It is a pretty neat structure. (more…)
We continued our walk to the most popular tourist spot, the Red Square.
The Red Square is also known as the Dutch Square. The wind mill is located across the road from the Red Square.
Here are some photos of the square. The above is the red clock tower.
We had lunch at a nearby Nyonya restaurant.
This restaurant was on the map that Baba House provided us.
We ordered two dishes to share. The above is Chicken Ponteh. It is a chicken dish cooked with potatoes and mushroom and flavoured with fermented soy bean and gula Melaka. The sauce goes great with steam rice. (more…)
We stayed in Baba House which is within walking distance to most of the major attractions.
The parking lot of Baba House is at the rear. We did have some trouble getting to the rear due to misunderstanding the map which the receptionist provided us.
The Baba House features nyonya archicture and furnishings. One thing we noticed about houses here is that they are narrow and long/deep.
This is where breakfast is served. (more…)