I came here during weekdays. Nothing much to see. Very hard to find parking. Most of the shops here selling items from China. But still got some old shops selling antiques items.
The atmosphere is really nice.Like a lot the variety of all shops.Cars have respect and alert to the pedestrians.
We were here on a Sunday night and the crowd was not so big. I don't think I'll miss anything great if I give this place a miss. And the karaoke! It was a torture on my sense of hearing, but I can't blame the singers, they were having a fine time at the expense of the many people hanging... More
Was here on April... Nice environment; its very clean.... Easy to walk around and move around... There are many small cafe along this area... The highlight area nearby to jonker street is hard rock cafe, casa del rio and a farmosa... Which are all easily reached by walking...
The night market only held friday,saturday and sunday.But most of the famous and delicious foods are along this street such as durian cendol,nyonya dumpling,chicken rice ball.I always been here for cari-cari makan if i am been in Melaka. 这里的市场只有在周末才营业但这条街道充满了美食如鸡饭粒（很多家，但我强烈推荐和记），榴莲cendol(三叔公和Jonker 88不错）还有就是让我恋恋不忘的娘惹粽。
We Escaped K.L. For the weekend to see the Historic town of Malacca. Loads of Coach choices from K.L.s TBS terminal-bersepadu-selatan ,& takes between 1.5 - 2hr to travel. Jonkers Night Market is on Friday & Saturday evenings, plenty of Hawkers selling a wide range of local foods. Loved the Tornado Potatoes. These are a potato that has been cut... More
We wandered around Jonker Street on a Friday and Saturday night. There were tons of people but it wasn't a crush. We were a little disappointed with the quality of souvenirs but the food made up for that. The food was absolutely wonderful. Don't miss Jonker Street in you visit Malacca.
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