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Jonker Street

Jalan Hang Jebat, Melaka, Malaysia
+60 12-655 3409
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“night market” (692 reviews)
“durian puff” (51 reviews)
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Jalan Hang Jebat, Melaka, Malaysia
+60 12-655 3409
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Good place, good and cheap and delicious food with its variety, friendly taxi drivers, friendly hotel receptions and satisfying service, friendly local people, clean and unique places. You will never regret to have visited Jonker Street Melaka.

Thank ivorycoco2017
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We've spent a few weeks in Melaka and we always hit up Jonker Street market on the weekends. We've seen so many markets in Asia and they're all the same; Jonker is very different and has so many niche and different things you won't find...More

Thank TheHairyTraveller1
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Gd shopping on side way wif vendors selling goodies to food n toys. Many various tins. Friendly pple. But crowded... Oni open on Fri, Sat n Sun.

Thank Henry Y
Reviewed 2 days ago

Must try Jonker 88, Laksa. And the Hokkien Mee at the Melting Pot. You can skip the Long que chicken rice nest to Hardrock Cafe. Not that great. Do not order juices at the Geographer cafe, diluted and tasteless, better off with their mocktails, if...More

Thank Eunice M
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Jonker Street is a street that we never get tired of whenever we make a trip Melaka. There are endless things to see, to touch and to taste. It even has a Mamee Factory Museum! We also never miss going for the popular Peranakan food...More

Thank ngamanda
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The night market on Fri, Sat and Sun nights is not to be missed. So many different types of food on offer. Also the usual stuff that can be found at markets in Asia but without the constant nagging of "cheap cheap" by the vendors....More

Thank Frankchesca
Reviewed 2 days ago

took a Trishaw ride around Jonker street enjoyed the ride and was taken around the whole street which is full of shops selling souvenirs,Trinkets and many Chinese bakeries there too

Thank armindo G
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

The food is reasonably priced, but there's nothing really special. Loved the jumbo hotdog and durian puffs. If you are looking to shop for clothes and trinkets, head to the shopping malls instead.

Thank Skullsveilsandb... C
Reviewed 3 days ago

Alot of cheap buys, street food, have a walk here and you'll find interesting stuff, make sure to bring a small umbrella to protect you for an out of nowhere rain or extreme sun

Thank 金钱 倩
Reviewed 4 days ago

good to visit but very busy and lots of tourists, everything here is a little bit more expensive but it's still cheap compared to western prices.

Thank nashynash07
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Prema S
Jonker street open today?? 24/4/17...I'm in Malacca now..
24 April 2017|
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Response from Monbit | Reviewed this property |
only from Friday to Sunday
Nicole L
Will the market be open on a Thursday night, during the May-June holidays?
17 April 2017|
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Response from erikag596 | Reviewed this property |
Yes Nicole, but only Friday to Sunday from 5.30pm to 11.30pm. I would suggest to wear light clothing & can consider to bring a portable fan too. After 8pm plus the streets will be very, very crowded (like sardines lol) and... More
how would I get from teman negara to melaka. or what is the easiest form of transport. thank you
21 March 2017|
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Response from mohanasakthy | Reviewed this property |
car or grab car