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Jonker Street

Jalan Hang Jebat, Melaka, Malaysia
+60 12-655 3409
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  • Excellent28%
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  • Average21%
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Jalan Hang Jebat, Melaka, Malaysia
+60 12-655 3409
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We were here for 1 night and we stayed in Jonker Street which was Fomecs Boutique Hotel, really convenient... Foods must try in Jonker Street are Chicken rice ball, Cendol, Nyonya foods and some other snacks..

Thank JazzKelvinz
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The feel is so much different these days compared to more than ten years ago. Even the street food standard has changed and the authenticity of the local street food has deviated from the tradition! Had the muah Chee sold by a young lady and...More

Thank alanyeo76
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This street has day and night look. The nights on weekend has a bustling night market with food galore. Very exciting but very very crowded. Not suitable for the elderly and very very young children. The street is just too small to accommodate the stalls...More

Thank sawpheng
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

I was travelling with 2 young children. The street full of small shops selling local food, snack and some antiques. The only interesting place for them is the Mamee Jonker House. It doesn’t have a proper pedestrian way, it’s interesting to show the kids how...More

Thank Mediana I
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Jonker street is full of stalls selling different stuffs. From varieties of food to products! There’s also different cafes and eateries along the street. Buskers and performances are also seen everywhere! They have lighted trishaws to bring u around too! Its a busy street! But...More

Thank lynnt939
Reviewed 6 days ago

Jonker Street is where so many very old shop houses can be found and where old restaurants and tea house, souvenir shops, hotels, cookie shops, ice Kacang places etc can be found. The area is really quite fascinating to explore, not just Jonker Street but...More

Thank SurfingWild
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We came here 25 years ago and it is fair to say it has got a lot busier, so leave plenty of time just to get from one end to the other. Plenty to see and do, not to mention eat.

Thank RonA_Plymouth
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Visited the night market where there was a variety of products being sold from food & beverage to toys to souvenirs to asscessories. The road is closed up from the evening to allow the vendors to set-up shop and peddle their wares. There are many...More

Thank 2,824
Reviewed 1 week ago

16 November 2017 is my first time where my sister and I went to Jonker Street at daytime. This is the 2nd time back at Jonker Street. However, this looked very different from the Jonker Street I know when I came about 5 years ago...More

Thank Yuanz
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Crowded and packed with people but highly recommended! Street vendors selling a wide variety of things from street food (muah chee, meat sticks, coconuts, eggs sticks and desserts etc) to apparels (mainly printed tee-shirts) to electronics (portable charger, fans, iPhone cases and children toys etc)...More

Thank Sunnylimsl
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Chabu Z
13 December 2017|
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Response from Angel C | Reviewed this property |
No entrance fees. For day times, you can walk around the shoplot. Mainly souveniers shop and some restaurants eg. chicken rice ball. At night is something like pasar malam where all the stalls open infront of the shops.
Prema S
24 April 2017|
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Response from Monbit | Reviewed this property |
only from Friday to Sunday
Nicole L
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