Malmö's newest attraction is a resurrection of its chocolate making. Famous for its huge 1888 Mazetti factory which had to close, a chocolatier educated in Belgium has now taken over in an area in the old factory and has a small museum, showing the "120 years of chocolate making in a box of pralines". Weekday afternoons are the best for getting a view of the production itself. They also run a cafe where the hot chocolate is obviously a hit and where you can also buy pralines. Opening hours are weekdays 12-18 and Saturdays 10-14. Should you want a chocolate tasting session (perhaps with wine) that can also be arranged.
Möllevången is a small part of Malmö. It's been the area for workers at Kockums (the harbor) between 1910 - 1970. Now it's a center for culture expressions.
People from all over the world (actually to meet people from the whole world, you just have to go to Möllevången) lives in this area, have shops, sell their veggies on the square. You can relax at one of the many pubs, or sit down at a café. Theres a lot of fun culture arrangements. Like the carnevale in late august or the picnic (on the actuall square) in june.