This river has alot of the old world Italy feel infused with traditional Chinese, Malay influence. We spent a few days causually strolling up and down the river trying new cafes and stopping for cold beers on the hot summers day. Everyone is so friendly/welcoming and eager to help if you have any questions.
We stayed on this beautiful river for 8 days finding something new to explore everyday. The nightview and the neon lights is a great appreciated aesthetic. Strolling along the riverside for a nice breeze or enjoying a lovely dinner from up above are a few options when visiting.
My most trip to malacca to have a good ride,this is one of the most enjoyable trip.
Malacca, leisure, quiet, beautiful, style bar, busy night market, Mandarin is popular. Early in the morning and evening, the riverside scenery is particularly charming. Flowers, murals, street lamps, sunset, River reflection or sparkling. My way of playing is to catch up early and evening, rest at the noon nest hotel, after all, the sun is still hot before four o'clock. Walking several times across the Malacca River, sitting on a rotating tower, to see different exotic scenery.
The impression of Malacca is so beautiful. There are multi-ethnic cultural colors, and more Chinese people will pass on the essence of Chinese culture here. Here, they can talk with local Chinese and Singaporean Chinese from past to present anytime and anywhere. Zheng He has visited the Western Ocean five times. It is also the oldest ancient city in Malaysia. The scenery and traditional buildings along the banks of the Malacca River make me feel the Nanyang town in my memory. The Malacca River has the feeling of the West Lake. It's very quiet. It's especially suitable for walking. There is a feeling of the south of the Yangtze River. And I saw a very big sailing boat! There are many special snacks that you can't finish in a few days. The night market in Chicken Farm Street is very busy at night. There are street artists from all over the world performing here! Recommend!
The Malacca River is on the right side of the Red House Square in the Netherlands. This narrow, long channel is one of the important junctions between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. During the day, I can only take pictures on both sides of the river bank, but I don't recommend seeing it during the day, preferably at night.
The Malacca River winds through Malacca and connects with the sea. The river reflects old or new buildings on both sides of the river, as well as murals. Everywhere is beautiful and worth visiting. It is recommended to stay in hotels along the river. It's pleasant to sit by the river at night and watch the scenery, chat, and be dazed.
The Malacca River is surrounded by Chicken Farm Street and Dutch Square (the so-called "Red House"), while the so-called Chicken Farm Street, also known as "Jonker Street" by the local people, is the busiest street in downtown Malacca. There is a night market on weekends. It's very busy. This is the gathering place of all kinds of delicacies in Malaysia, where you can experience the market culture of authentic people. Monday to Thursday mornings, noon, afternoon crowds, to the evening seems quiet a lot. As for Fridays, Saturdays and Days, because there are night markets, the whole day is very lively. There are "boat tour" Malacca River, tricycle tour Malacca City for your choice. Of course, food is still the focus of food, because here is a food paradise, endless, just afraid you are too full to eat. Haha.
The Malacca River runs through the city. The buildings along the river are beautiful. Although the sun is really super hot, it can't resist the enthusiasm of taking photos. Stopping anywhere is a beautiful scene. I also met a local traveler in Malaysia when I was looking for him. He gave us a lot of information about Malaysia's history. Also recommended a Niangya restaurant, called Xiaoniangya.
Personally, I feel that the small town of Malacca is really too romantic. You will feel colorful when you start from the Dutch Red House on the Malacca River and walk all the way to the eyes of Malacca. Because most of Malacca is a tourist group, and the Malacca River is not a scenic spot, so there are very few tourists, especially in the morning. An overseas Chinese sent me two paintings he made himself; the riverside in the evening is more charming and intimate. Friends made postcards with my photos. It felt great.