Samudera Bidara Resort

Jalan Samudera, Kampung Balik Batu, Tanjung Bidara, Melaka, Melaka State, 78300, Malaysia
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Jonker Walk Melaka

by psyeoh

Will jonker walk Melaka be open during this coming Chinese New Year (13rd - 15th Feb 2010)?
I am planning to visit there during these few days. Need advise from all of my dear friends.

Re: Jonker Walk Melaka

by stimix

I think the last day of opening will be on the 29th days of Lunar Calender which falls on 12/2/10. I might be wrong because I based on my childhood memory when the Nite market was not at Jonker st but Jalan bunga raya >20 yrs ago.

I remembered on the 29th day, Nite market seller will sell till wee hours & all closed on the 30th day of Lunar calender for Reunion dinner

Jonker Walk Melaka

by kentut_besar

Hi, if you're a foodie (like me), going to Malaysia during CNY is just not worth it.

Thats 'cos all the good food places will be closed for at least a week, from the Eve onwards. So no Dim Sum, no seafood, no Bak Kut Teh, .......... think you get the general idea ?

The higher-end F&B joints will be open, but prices tend to spike up during this period, almost the same in Singapore.

BY all means, visit Malaysia during CNY if you're visiting relatives, or for Reunion Dinner (if thats where its held), & touch base with family & friends.

But for things like Jonkers, go after CNY, when things are back to normal.

Hope this helps.

Travel Tips for Melaka

Street Scene (Short Pavement)

by muddybok

Another attraction for older Melaka town area are those short pavements and they are so close to main streets, that Melaka Authority has to covert most streets into one way street. Behind all these short pavement, there found great treasures for antiques collectors. You can find many shops selling old charcoal irons, typewriters, clocks & watches, even F&N and cokes bottle for real collectors.

Eaters can find wide range of local and nyonya foods amongst these shops too. Believeeee me, Melaka is quite a food heaven and that's the reason why many Singapore and Malaysia tourists keep visit/re-visit Melaka whenever they manage to find time to escape there.

Jonker Walk

by Audrey118

Jonker Walk located at Jalan Hang Jebat was meant as a showcase to reflect the state's rich ethnic, cultural & historical heritage

During the night (Friday-Sunday) it is like a night market but in the day the old prewar shops is rally like a flea market with a Malaccan cultural flavour.

There are plenty of stalls setup by the road side selling curios, antiques, local delicacies, souvenirs and many interesting items. There are lots of restaurants, dessert shops, second hand stuff shops, souveniers etc The picture is of a huge antique shop and I have seen this boy sitting here for more than 20 years!!!

Find the water lizards

by Loubna

During a chat with a trishaw driver I discovered that Melaka was also known for its water lizards. You can spot them on the stairs near the boats on the riverbank. I had never seen anything like them, they are quite an impressive sight in the centre of town.

Hang Tuah rules here

by mansionion

As a tribute to Hang Tuah - a legendary worrior of the Melaka Sultanate area - few places in Melaka are named after him. Within the city itself, there is Jalan Hang Tuah (a street), Plaza Hang Tuah shopping mall, Dewan Hang Tuah (a multi purpose hall and library), Stadium Hang Tuah and Hang Tuah Mall ( a landscaped padestrian sidewalk mall).

Pickled Shrimps (Cincalok) - A Treat for Any Meal

by yipsufen

Made of tiny shrimps and vinegar, this pinkish meal enhancer is a well-loved traditional appetizer among the locals. Popular for its exotic flavour, the cincalok is usually added to rice for a more fulfilling meal. Sold in bottles, you can purchase this delicacy at the stalls by the beach of Jalan Klebang or at any tourist spots.

Just add a little bit of chilli shreds, lime and onion shreds, it ban be served as a flavouring sauce with rice or as an appetizer.

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Address: Jalan Samudera, Kampung Balik Batu, Tanjung Bidara, Melaka, Melaka State, 78300, Malaysia