Sunday, April 24, 2011

The Vintage Streets of Malacca


We just came back from a 3 days 2 nights trip to Malacca.

Malacca City is just about a 3 hour drive away from Singapore, yet I have never been there until this trip.

I loved the streets of Malacca - many of the streets are very vintage looking and there are many quaint little shops and places with interesting signboards or displays.  The weather was extremely sunny and hot, but I enjoyed walking along the streets around the Jonker Street area.

Lots of interesting signboards and signs around..







 Many of the shops also had rather interesting display, which makes them very photogenic!




The area around Christ Church Melaka is one of the main tourist attraction in the city. I liked the faded red colour of the buildings and the colourful trishaws for tourists.




8 comments:

Blur Ting said...

Nice! I haven't been there in almost 20 years! I should make a trip someday.

Did you guys drive there?

Open Kitchen Concept said...

hi Ting, yes, we did drive up there! Food in Malacca is good~

milka said...

The last time i went to Malacca was more than 10 years back. It is 4 hours drive from my place. Thanks for sharing the beautiful photos, we shall make a family trip there someday.

Open Kitchen Concept said...

No prob, Milka! Glad you like the pics!

My SINFONIA said...

Malacca is a charming place. I love the architecture. So when's the food bit coming? :)

Mrs Bok - The Bok Flock said...

I love Malacca! Was there last year...eating loads of food like pineapple cookies

Open Kitchen Concept said...

Hi Sinfonia, you know me well.. the food part will be coming very soon! Akan Datang!

Open Kitchen Concept said...

Hi Mrs Bok! Thanks for coming by my blog! Yup, the pineapple cookies were good! I brought home a box too! Even though I already have one box from my fav SG pineapple tart bakery at home... :)

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