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... Dutch Square, went on a river cruise and spent the evenings eating lots of street food and buying lots from the amazing stalls at the side of the road! We both loved the atmosphere in Malacca and found ourselves in one of the cafes each day watching the world go by. The street food was pretty good - we tried cheese hot dog, ...
... spend the entire day roaming the streets under the baking hot sun, exploring the multicultural influences that have given Malacca such character. Everywhere you look there is art - painted on the sides of buildings and hanging from walls. The Asian style is all about vibrant colour and they are big on humour too. When we can't go on any longer we retreat to Ringo's Foyer where we cool down in our room before watching the sunset from the roof terrace with a couple of ...
... the time we emerged for the evening a stage had been erected outside the hotel and dozens of plastic chairs set up in the street were now occupied by visitors enjoying some rather raucous music.
Malacca is known for its Nyonya cuisine (again introduced by the Straits Chinese) and during our afternoon walk we had found a little Nyonya restaurant, a bit off the tourist trail, that we decided to return to in the evening. The plan went wrong, ...
Walking beyond the street market, the buildings that are painted white have all got red lights on them- presumably to make it look like they’re painted red?! There are some very swish houses around and about! In its time, Malacca has been a rich port, but it’s since declined. It seems to have found a new lease of life with tourism however!
We go back towards the night market and have a drink at ...
... tofu, giant prawns, squid, meats, wonton, chicken liver, cheesestuffed okra and chinese sausage! It was really tasty and very cheap. The town is also famous for its nonya pineapple tarts (butter pastry with a jammy centre) so we ate quite a few while we were here! In the evenings we would wander along the market looking at the stalls and any entertainment that was going on. (Each night there was public karioke!). On the last night we decided to try durian- a large, ...
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