Over the easter break, we travelled down south to Malacca for a day trip. With the GPS and our printed map, we had no problem moving around the town. Managed to drop by Seremban to grab a famous “siew pau ” for our breakfast and the journey continue for about an hour before we arrived to the town’s building painted in red. Malacca, although a small state but still has a lot to offer, rich with heritage buildings, ancient landmarks and colonial structures. What interest me most was Jonker street, sate celup and the nyonya’s kebaya. I didnt have time to shop for them as the itienary was packed with makan and more makan. I shall make a trip back again with Daniel soon.
Introducing KC- The Driver and Irvin- The Navigator. The rest of us kept asking
” Are we there yet ? ” Hehe…it was fun… Our next trip will be to Cameron Highlands. Wee!!!!
We were there after two and the half hours. Surprisingly, there’s quite a lot to see and shop in Jonker street.
We probably had 5 meals or so in a day….
So much to discover in the freaking hot weather..
Mille Crepe at Nadeje Pattisere Cafe served with my hibiscus & rose tea. Simply delicious and heavenly. You cant find this anywhere else except in Food Foundry.
We waited for an hour for the famous sate celup – definitely worth it!