Melaka, last night


For the last night in Malacca we decided to visit one more time Jonker Street, the famous market that’s opened every friday, Saturday and Sunday night. As usual, the street is packed with tourists from all over the world. The clever thing here is that they alternate shops and food stand so there is always something to buy. Personally, I don’t need anything as I’m carrying enough stuff already.


That’s about the middle of the street. This is still packed.


Shops, ice creams, belt, temples, fruit juices, t-shirts… You can buy everything here but the quality is not guaranteed.


In this temple, locals organised a karaoke session :-)


That’s not for me ;-)


Hmmm, miam nut no, cannot :-)


Coconut shop!


At the end of the street, the trishaw are waiting for customers. They got their lights on so it’s impossible to miss them.


Last picture from the end of the street. Tomorrow morning we will start riding towards KL (Kuala Lumpur). See you soon!

2 thoughts on “Melaka, last night

  1. Eh bé ! Il y a au moins autant de monde qu’au marché du dimanche matin à Fréjus. Lol ! Rigole pas, il est considéré comme le plus grand marché de la Côte d’Azur ! Bon, on se glorifie avec ce qu’on a !

    Quand je te dis que les asiatiques sont fans de karaoké ! Même dans les temples ils en font !!

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