Jonker Boutique Hotel

82-86A&B Jalan Tokong, Melaka, Melaka State, 75200, Malaysia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Melaka

Happy New Year!

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers


... well over a billion people travel throughout China and Southeast Asia during this time. We have been really excited to travel in areas where Chinese New Year is widely celebrated during this time, and while it has created some extra travel hassles, it has also been such an awesome experience to see Chinese New Year in action. Melaka (as well as Penang, our next destination) is famous for its Peranakan culture. This refers to the Straits-born Chinese ...

I overcame death by chicken!!!

A travel blog entry by purpleberry


... a little disappointed that they made so much noise:(..oh well they made for a good belly laugh:) So after all the shopping we came home to nanna nap!..Kathleen snoozed while I did some transferring of photos onto the computer. Bernard also showed up with some traditional malay food called nonya food!! was soooo yummy!...not long after that we headed out to the Jonker walk street market to do some more shopping and hopefully get our fortunes read!! We finally found ...

Melting in Malacca

A travel blog entry by lucifrost


Today we woke up in Malacca after a decent nights rest ready to explore the old town. Malays are very proud of their coffee which was evident at breakfast when they provided ground coffee in a sort of tea bag which seemed to be very effective when a cafetiere is not at hand! Another delicacy we soon discovered was coconut jam, called Kaya where eggs, cane sugar and coconut milk are heated together. It forms a dark caramel consistency, similar to the base of a ...

(17) The Petronas Towers and A Potato Tornado

A travel blog entry by alcatrav

... underneath which the staff keep coming round and monitoring as well as adding more sauce, nuts and sugar. It is self service of skewers of various foods, each with 2 pieces on. You place your skewers in the pot to cook and then you eat them. Simple, but tasty, and very very popular; there was a queue out the door! On our walk back to the guest house we took another turn round the night market, hoping for the stalls to have returned however we sadly got no ...

An introduction to SE Asia

A travel blog entry by ellamorgan4


... for a dorm room (around 3). The plan for tonight is to join the other backpackers in the hostel for dinner at some temple where you can get really good veg curry for 2RM (about 50p)- they all go to dinner every night together, ad we thought this sounded grey since the owner knows all the bet places to eat and it is a good opportunity to meet some of the other travellers.

The only issue I am having so far is the heat- it is soooo hot and humid here (around 34 ...

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This hotel, located on 82-86A&B Jalan Tokong, Melaka, is near Baba-Nonya Heritage Museum, St. Paul's Hill (Bukit St. Paul), Porta de Santiago, and A'Famosa Fort.
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