malacca or malaka . is south west of malaysia .. is aweekend get away for sinaporean or malaysian . even though it is a very touristy city , the expense is not as expensive when compare to KL or JB .4 major communities , baba nyonya ( mix between chinese and malay) . this city is allabout food and food , there ate history and culture to explore , but most vistors go for thr food instread. attach is some picture of nyonya food .. oh is also city by the coast but not much seafood ..
A city in malaysia . that is 3 hour from singapore and 2 hour from KL . a foodie place and history town .. however i came here for the food .. famous for it noya food . chinese with malay influrence . during the weekend night there will be a night market at jonker street . sat n sun only. do visit san po kong to stock up the local snack .
Especially like such a city, colorful, historical, stories, with modern characteristics, cultural blending. To come to Malacca, we must stay for one night and feel the tranquility of the night. Three days and nights here are just not enough to go shopping and eat! Come next time for good food!
The Ming Dynasty recorded Malacca as Manchu, after centuries of colonial rule and historical ups and downs in Portugal, the Netherlands and Britain, finally ushered in national independence in front of a Jiazi. Now Malacca, whether it is the Dutch Red Mansion, Portuguese castle, or Sanbao Temple, with strong colonial flavor and rich historical accumulation, tells the world the vicissitudes of life and sorrow.
Scenic spots are concentrated in the old urban area, divided into the Dutch Red House area and the Chinese area. Most of the scenic spots are bounded by the Malacca River. A few museums need admission tickets. The main square of the Red House area is historic buildings. There are many lovely rickshaws on foot. You can also take boats to visit the Malacca River Chinese area, mainly Chicken Farm Street and the Museum of Food Clubs. Days can be spent
I like such a small city with stories, history, culture and modern characteristics. It is colorful and intermingled with the cultures of different nationalities. Travel to Malacca suggests staying for at least one to two days, then taking pictures while traveling, and enjoying all kinds of delicacies here that make people salivate! I stayed here for four days and three nights, visited the scenic spots, and continued to eat, eat and eat along the way. After eating for four days, I returned to Kuala Lumpur and kept shouting along the way, because I still did not have enough food! _________ Here are some food photos for you to enjoy.
The city of Malacca used to be the seat of the Kingdom of Malacca, where Zheng He made six stops in the Atlantic Ocean. Now it is the throat of the lifeline of the Strait of Malacca. Malacca has abundant cultural heritage and many historical sites. Besides the historical relics left by Zheng He, there are also buildings in Britain, Portugal and the Netherlands. Chinese signs of shops in India and Chinese shops can be seen on the streets. Malacca was listed on the World Heritage List in 2008.
Malacca is a state in Malaysia. In fact, I think Malay can read well in Minnan. If you go to Malacca and just go to the Red House in the Netherlands to take pictures and eat in the Chicken Farm Street, it's really white. Behind Chicken Farm Street, there is a centuries-old Dutch Street, also known as Millionaire Street. In the Dutch colonial era, dignitaries lived there. Then Chinese businessmen who came from immigration developed here. On both sides of a small street with only two cars running side by side, luxurious houses stood. Maybe it can be found in southern Fujian and Guangdong, China is known as the Riding Tower, but absolutely not so luxurious and beautiful, novel style. Lower doors of row houses can sell things and do business along the street. Upstairs are living places. In order to monitor the movement downstairs, some houses will open an opening on the upstairs wooden floor to keep an eye on the people downstairs. The doors of row houses are so narrow that families are still just next to each other. How dare they claim to be luxurious houses? It was unknown. During the Dutch colonial period, the rulers collected taxes according to the size and breadth of the facade. Our smart Chinese built the facade very narrowly in order to pay less taxes. If you have the chance to enter the house, you can find that it is generally 40-50 meters deep. In Malacca, the most expansive row house can be 100 meters deep, which is amazing. Of course, you may ask about daylighting. It's simple. The row houses are like several courtyards of ancient Chinese houses. Every entry has a patio. The daylighting is very good. Most of them are covered with red bricks. It's cool and pleasant in summer. So when you go to Malacca, don't go to the crowded places to mutter your self-portraits, sun them like dogs, have time and energy, come to Dutch Street to see the row houses and feel the cultural harmony of Malacca for hundreds of years, then you really come to this great Strait town.