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2 days 1 night Melaka Trip Blog Summary

Our 2 days 1 night Melaka trip blog posts are now completed. This post is the summary of all my Melaka trip’s blog posts. The historical city of Melaka is a nice city to visit for its food, culture and history. We would visit Melaka again anytime for its delicious local food, especially Baba & Nyonya’s dishes and delicacies. There are also many interesting places we have not visited yet in Melaka.

Blog post summary of our 2 days 1 night Melaka trip

Nyonya Laksa at Kedai Makanan Minuman Soon Yen, from Renee's Delight stall
On the first day after we reached Melaka, we had our breakfast at Kedai Kopi Makanan Soon Yen. The are many delicious local food here such as duck noodle, Nyonya Laksa and Siam Mihun. The food here are very cheap compared to the Melaka city area or the Jonker Street.

Nyonya Laksa at Jonker 88
After checked into Hotel Puri Melaka and walked around Jonker Street, we went to eat Nyonya Cuisine at Jonker 88. Jonker 88 serves many types of Nyonya food such as Nyonya Laksa and cendol. The queue can be very long for this popular restaurant in Melaka.

Nyonya Pineapple Prawn from Far East Cafe, Melaka
For our dinner at Melaka, we eat more Melaka’s Nyonya food at Far East Cafe restaurant. Far East Cafe is within walking distance from Jonker Street. They serve exotic Nyonya dishes such as Cincaluk Lady Finger, Nyonya Pineapple Prawn and Nyonya Five Spices Pork Roll.

Green Tea Latte at Backlane Coffee.
On the next day, we went to explore two of the many cafes in Melaka. The first one is the Backlane Coffee which is more western vintage style.

The Daily Fix Cafe entrance
The next cafe we visited is the Daily Fix Cafe. This cafe is decorated with local vintage stuff such as old TV set and wooden cupboard. I feel like being in the past when sitting in this popular cafe in Melaka.

Hotel Puri Melaka's vintage ceiling with natural light
I also posted about Hotel Puri Melaka which we stayed during our Melaka trip. It is a heritage shop house converted to a hotel and there are many vintage stuff in this hotel. The location is very convenient as it is very near to Jonker Street.

Melaka's Chicken rice ball.
My final post is about the food we ate and the other places we visited at Jonker Street and nearby. That’s all for now. Stay tuned for more food and travel posts.

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2 thoughts to “2 days 1 night Melaka Trip Blog Summary”

  1. Malacca is my favorite old town along with George Town in Malaysia. I can easily find out some lovely coffee and bakery shops and enjoy them. Thanks so much for your sharing and keep going!

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