Melaka Nightlife

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    Geographer cafe: The caucasian cafe?

    by blue_b Written Aug 8, 2004

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    The cafe is quite nicely done up with cooler fans on the outside so that sitting on the outside will not be warm at all. Taking a glance at the menu, it sells a wide spread of american food from burgers to steaks.

    Dress Code: Anything goes, slippers as well! Just don't look like a beggar and u're in!

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    Geographic Café: A cafe with a vintage view of Jonker Street

    by nutt03z Written Aug 31, 2002

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    Gracing the intersection of the narrow thoroughfares of Jonker Street and Jalan Hang Kasturi, this eye-catching café draws a regular crowd of wandering tourists and the trendy local set. The facade is painted deep green and bright yellow. The feel-good Day-Glo color scheme continues in the interiors over two levels. Rattan chairs, framed photographs and other mementoes impart a tropical and beachy ambiance that makes up a well-packaged dining and drinking experience. The menu lists an eclectic mix of dishes with a Western and contemporary bias. Besides soft drinks, hot and cold beverages, beer (local MYR5.50, imported MYR12) is also available.

    Dress Code: There is no dress code for this place.

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    Traders Lounge: Great Live Music And Surrounding

    by nutt03z Written Aug 31, 2002

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    Beers, wines, cocktails and non-alcoholic beverages are matched with a light menu of snacks and finger food in this popular watering hole located on the lobby level of The Equatorial. A live Philippino band belts out top 40s and oldies. Comfortable leather sofa seats, part of the modern set of furnishings and décor, are set out in groups or rows of 4 and 5, and soft warm lightings in the background create an inviting ambience. It is frequented by the city's business set and in-house tourist guests.

    Dress Code: Smart Casual, Decent

    Map To Traders Lounge And Equitorial Hotel

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    Jonker Walk: Night Market

    by genie47 Written May 12, 2005

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    Every weekend from Fri to Sun, Jonker Walk (Jln Hang Jebat) comes alive with street performances, smell of fried food and stores selling trinkets.

    I wouldn't just call it nightlife but think of it as a weekly carnival. Crowded most of the time and it starts from 6pm to 12midnight.

    The Hokkien Hui Kuan as senior citizens belting out Hokkien oldies to Elvis Presley.

    There is a main stage constructed by the tourism people and there performances by chinese orchestra there.

    Dress Code: Dress in whatever fashion you want but light clothing is preferred.

    The main stage at Jonker Walk
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    Golden Screen Cinemas: Cinema in Melaka

    by mansionion Written Feb 5, 2009

    There are 2 GSC cinemas in the city area - at Mahkota Parade (olded & smaller) and Dataran Pahlawan Melaka Megamall (newer and bigger). The malls are opposite each other and within walking distance from the historical precint.Check details at www.gsc.com.my

    Dress Code: No dress code.

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    Jonker Street at night: The nightline...

    by blue_b Written Aug 8, 2004

    It is the place to be at night for anyone in malacca. The road is officially closed after 7pm to let all the shophouses along jonker street set up shopon the road.

    The streets are filled with stalls that sell almost anything... One can find food, toys, collectibles, antiques, paintings etc along jonker street once it is fully ready by 8pm.

    BARGAIN for watever u want to purchase.

    Dress Code: Anything goes.

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    Harpers restaurant and lounge.: Drinking spot with a view.

    by cachaseiro Updated Jul 15, 2012

    Harpers restaurant and lounge is a nice little bar/restaurant situated right by the river in the heritage part of Melaka.
    It's slightly upscale and has a very good selection of spirits for those who like that and also a resonable selection of beer.
    The place seems to be quite big on wine and they had some specials going there for wine when i visited, but i opted for beer though.
    If you get one of the tables by the windows then you are almost sitting with your feet in the river as it's right below the house.
    The house it is in is an old chinese house that is being restored at the time writing and it's a nice looking place.
    If you don't mind paying a little over average then this is a cool spot to go for a few drinks.

    Harpers restaurant and lounge in Melaka. Harpers restaurant and lounge in Melaka. Harpers restaurant and lounge in Melaka.
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    Tofu Cafe.: My favorite beer spot in Melaka.

    by cachaseiro Written Jul 15, 2012

    Tofu cafe is a small cafe in the heritage part of Melaka and really just a small hole in the wall cafe, but it's a very nice hole in the wall if you ask me and very friendly.
    It's a small cafe run by a chinese family that serves drinks all day long and most of the night too.
    Prices are very resonable for malaysian standards and the family who runs the place are really nice.
    They also have a computer that you can use free of charge if you are in the cafe aswell as they have free wifi.
    this little laid back place is my favorite place in Melaka for a late afternoon cold beer.

    Tofu Cafe in Melaka.
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    Geographer Cafe: Main Cafe cum Bar in Jonker Street

    by machomikemd Updated Jun 25, 2014

    at the middle of the historic Jonker Street corner Jalan Hang Jekir lies a two story Cafe cum Bar in an ambiance of pre-war Malaccan Shop House Architecture is the Geographer Cafe, which was opened in 1999 and since then draws practically all kinds of crowds. You will not miss it as it is the only structure in Jonker Street with palm leaves around the building.

    this place has smooth jazz and light music playing and has an extensive selection of malaysian and international dishes (halal) and quite costly beers and cocktail (beers starting at RM 32) and is the most popular nite spot in Jonker Street and Jalan Hang Jekir (where most of the bars in Chinatown is located).

    Hours

    Mon - Sat: 10:00 am - 1:00 am

    Sun: 8:00 am - 1:00 am

    according to their website:

    Geographér Café is conveniently located in a conspicuous corner pre-war shophouse right in the heart of Chinatown, Old Malacca. This eatery with its warm ambience reflects the gracious old charm of the seasoned traveller and truly maintains the tradition in a place where East meets West.

    Visitors are provided a window with a "Living Museum" as they keep an exciting look-out for the bustling activities that pulse through the many narrow streets nearby, which are lined with shops, houses and buildings, centuries old. Within walking distance from Geographer Cafe, history is alive in abundance from Geographer Cafe. The oldest Chinese Temple and Muslim Mosque are located on harmony street, a short stroll away. This beautiful old architecture respond to cultural and spiritual expectations from the glorious past till the present day.

    Dress Code: casual

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  • Ringo Classic Cafe: Live Oldies Music from Jonker Street

    by p.chitty Written Dec 17, 2003

    Ringo is a musician who owns his own pub down jonker street in melaka's china town. Ringo plays beautiful music from the 50's to 70's era. He can also play a combination of 3 instruments including his guitar and harmonica. If you have excuisite taste for acoustic music, Ringo's is a place not to miss. More information can be found on www.ringoclassic.cjb.net

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    Lots to Buy -: Jonker Walk

    by Audrey118 Written May 6, 2004

    I bought some gifts for children. These are made of wax...but they have little decoration inside which children would love to have displayed in their study room. I bought for my nieces and god daughter and my brother bought me one big one as well!!!

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    Looney Planet Cafe: In The Heart Of History

    by nutt03z Written Aug 31, 2002

    A conspicuous cafés in a conspicuous part of town, it attracts a large number of first-time visitors to this historic city. Inside, an easygoing setting unfolds with a long bar counter and clusters of stools and tables tightly lodged together in this two-shophouse unit. Two computer terminals provide welcome Internet services. There is a bit of everything from the eclectic and exhaustive menu. Of note are local items like the Nonya Kueh Pie Ti, which makes an excellent light snack. Elsewhere on the menu, local and western fare compete for the palate. Local beer costs from MYR6.50, imported beer MYR12.

    Dress Code: None

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    a quite street: Feel the air of a tropical city

    by benazer Written Nov 30, 2009

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    I was there one night only so did not have much time to find much nightlife but plenty of nice indian and japanese restaurants.

    Melaka at night

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    Stage performances: Stage performances

    by mansionion Written Jul 5, 2005

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    On weekend and on special occasion, there will normally be a mini concert held in Jonker Walk for its visitors to enjoy.

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    bars in heeren road: A cold glass of Beer

    by vuzu Written Jan 4, 2006

    There're two bars which facing each others in heeren road. They have open space for you to enjoy a nice evening in Melaka. And of course, live music.

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