Friday, July 20, 2012

Malacca the Historical City..

After a quick refreshing in the Hotel, we walk to Jonker Street.....
It was so crowded with tourist (local & foreign).....
Malacca is really turn into a tourist center place......
It was Sat and they open up all the stalls along the Jonker Street......


First stop .... some good makan place...
We saw some chicken rice ball shop.... gee now they open till night..

Then I saw this..
Stinky tauhu.. damn it was so stinky..
I think it is 10x stinky than petai.. lol

We saw the famous Jonker 88 and it was crowded with people.. line up for their cendol.. aihhh...
Decided to skip it .. when it is our turn we will be starving..
so we just walk straight and hunt for FOOD...

we found this ... just to get some stuff to fill in our empty stomach.
coz we didn't eat after the Seremban meal.....

Fish ball noodles.. it is really awful..
this cost me RM5.00.. damn expensive..
the noodles was not 100% cook..

Then we went out from Jonker Street ....
and we found this restaurant....

Sin Yin Hoe...

My wife told me that this shop is famous of their fried oyster...
I feel that it is so so only.. the oyster is very small..
then we order the Oyster mee and Kwai Fah noodles..
Overall I could say that the kwai Fah noodles is not bad..
the fried oyster and the oyster mee is a bit disapointing.....
As you know after the meal .. it is time to SLEEP.. kakaka..
we thought of going for Boar Ride .. but couldn't find it ..
Instead we found the BOAT ride.. kakakakakaka

Boat ride... and there are lots of ppl line up for it..

 
After that we call for the day.. as I was very tired .. drving the whole entire day....
Go back to the hotel to sleep (ahem ahem ahem...)
My last visit to Malacca was 2 years ago.. and this place has change a lot..

1) We tried the boat ride and it was really good.. (go for the night ride - cool and the night scenery is nice)
2) There are many pubs along the Malacca river.. (but I don't see many people hang out there)
3) Many guest house/domitory/hostel were established for the tourist...
4) Many colourful trishaw equip with mini hi fi... I wanted to try buy my wife doesn't want

62 comments:

  1. First commenter LOL

    was stalking SK's blog then saw ngum ngum your blog published

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    1. SK no buka kedai today.... so come here to spam?

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    2. Yalor... why SK no open shop today? @.@

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    3. Anyway, I come here instead lah... and spam SP instead. One line also never mind! kakaka

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    4. maybe we want to target this blog to spam Kaw Kaw instead after making [SK/0617] close shop for comments for the day~~ hahahaha!! :D

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    5. so today starts at 11:12am and reached 200th comment at 4:08am, a mere 5 hours!!

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    6. i thot purposely published today's blog late and hope more people have the chance to comment, and purposely write something less popular and hope it won't break 200 comments.. but all failed!! :D

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    7. and that shows the Pareto 80/20 rule so proven right!! 20% of the readers contribute to 80% of the comments.. or maybe it's 90/10 rule here in my blog!! :D

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  2. Yes, Melaka now very commercialise ...come to think of it it has been commercialise since the old days.

    Prices of food very expensive.

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    1. I think some overrated Malacca.... and the hawkers turn commercialized, charging higher to tourists. And some do not care about the food quality.

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    2. Greed will not be good for the tourism industry there (or anywhere for that matter). :(

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    3. yalor, very commercialised already lah.. even the last time i went, 5 years ago, i already feel it's a very commercialised place..

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  3. Malacca is so crowded now haih. i don't really feel like going out when i am back.

    i love the cendol at jnker 88! their gula melaka is fragrant and gao!

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  4. I dont really like the fried oyster ther as the egg are soggy. Like it fried crispy type.

    The noodles looks good. will try it next time

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  5. Boar Ride??? Kakakakakakaka

    You need to go to the Zoo la....!

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    1. Boar ride then, only certain people can ride. I cannot ride. Tak halal! ROFL!

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    2. hehehehe, at night in the room, fui fui sure have the "boar ride" lah.. kekekeke *wink wink* :D

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  6. What happened to SK's blog? His time posting gone haywire ka......

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    1. I'm wondering that too, his usual auspicious posting time has passed :s

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    2. SK yesterday talked about poo poo, we also "kecoh" like pasar pagi, today he may be having pasar malam.

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    3. He so happy kena spam over 200 comments before 4pm then lupa to post up a new post for today izit? miahaha

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    4. no lah, purposely want to publish it late, so that not so early tutup kedai mah!! :D

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  7. Wah! You must have drank RED BULL TONGKAT ALI that day...! Whole day driving still can go back hotel to ahem! Ahem! Ahem!....arrrh arrrh arrrh...!

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    1. Perhaps, SP drinks Yomeishu + DOM + RED BULL + Tongkat Ali + blue pills, so he can ahem ahem ahem.

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    2. I salute SP, he ahem ahem ahem also can mute the sound one.

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    3. LOL.... Yan you are so funny!!! Kakakakakaka.... Blue Pills?

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    4. Aiyoyo, Yan, how you know SP mute the sound? :O I lagi salute you!

      You hide under his bed is it?

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    5. I'm very suspicious of this Yan already lah! Like a stalker! kakaka

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    6. yalah, hahahaha!! maybe SP got special recipe for the "boar ride" for fui fui lah~~ :D

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  8. The noodles, bottom left, look like our Sibu Foochow fried noodles - with gravy. When are you coming here to try ours?

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  9. ahem ahem ahem :) yeah, that noodle does look not fully cooked

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  10. Used to love Melaka as it reminds me so much of Penang but these days it is just too commercialised, everything is too expensive and jam to get to especially on weekends and school holidays.

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  11. Ahem ahem ahem, don't disturb your neighbouring room.

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  12. Did you try the stinky tofu? Hearsay, it stinks badly but tastes heavenly in the mouth~~

    If you can tahan durian, I think stinky tofu is small matter only :p

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  13. Jonker Street is so happening, I guess I better plan going there on weekdays.

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  14. Drive, makan then eat some more... can ahem ahem afterwards kah?

    Or just snore the night away after that? ;)

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  15. -I like Jonker Street. Each time go also will have different stalls.
    -I like to eat stinky tofu. The ones at HK & Taiwan =p
    -Wahh...nvr been to the boat ride before..so long Q.
    -The trishaw ride is quite expensive =(

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  16. Cannot see your oysters.. indeed very small hahahahaha

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  17. heheh, the last time i rode in a trishaw was maybe when i was 23 or 24 years old, when i took a friend to visit malacca. it's quite fun! :D

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  18. Our Simple Person has new name now.... MR.AHEM !!!




    Kakakakakakaka....!!!!

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    1. ROFLMAO!!!

      Good afternoon, Mr.Ahem!

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    2. wah, so many nickname!! Mr SP Ahem.. wow, sounds very sophisticated lor~~ :p

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  19. i miss the durian fire ball at malacca! :D their durian is superb

    Latest: Moroccan Buffet

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  20. the last time i went to Malacca was 5 years ago, and i think it really changed a lot lah.. especially being more and more commercialized already~~

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    1. i have not really tour Jonker Street at night lah.. i always go Malacca for day trip only.. so don't know it's so happening at night..

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    2. chicken rice ball?? i think it's really overrated lah, i don't find it especially nice lor.. i think the rice is too wet (because need to be made in balls), i still prefer the normal chicken rice lor..

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    3. there are so many nice chicken rice around KL mah.. no need purposely go to Malacca lah actually.. maybe just for the sake of going somewhere only..

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  21. hahahaha!! which stall was that awful noodles bought?? you should have give us hint, so that we can avoid that next time in Malacca.. :D

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    1. so i guess you didn't go and find famous things to eat lah.. because you were too hungry, so the place with less crowd and can eat instantly sure was your choice lah??

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    2. Malacca got famous oyster omelette ah?? didn't know.. because when comes to food in Malacca, i only know the chicken rice ball, nyonya food, satay celup only~~ :D

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  22. hehehe!! boat ride along the Malacca River and then followed by "boar ride" in the room later??

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    1. we are all amazed by your energy lor.. say tired driving for the whole day, but at night still got the energy to ahem-ahem!! huhuhu.. lina and yvonne were so happy to gossip about that!! :D

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  23. Sometimes we take the risk of trying out places and than we discover that the taste may not be that good. Suppose its part of travelling and exploring foods.

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  24. Malacca nowadays everywhere also crowded with many people. Did u tried the Nadaje, the mille crepe?

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  25. I think some Melaka food are overrated, especially the chicken rice balls and the durian cendol.

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  26. Oh got stinky taufu? Didn't know that! But I am not a fan. Definitely prefer petai! Haha

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  27. Melaka is small and crowded with people nowadays especially at Jonker Street. I don't quite like to go crowded places. So will be a long time before I will go melaka again : )

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  28. you should edit ur post title, with add on (Night) LOL! :D

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    1. the mee is awful? unlucky for you then . . . :X

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