The Jonker Walk (Malay: Persiaran Jonker, Chinese: 雞場街; pinyin: Jīcháng jiē) is the Chinatown street of Melaka, Malaysia located along Jonker Street (Malay: Jalan Hang Jebat).
|Friday||6:00 PM – 12:00 AM|
|Saturday||6:00 PM – 12:00 AM|
|Sunday||6:00 PM – 12:00 AM|
Tina Tan | May 31, 2018
I love Jonker for its vibrancy. But so much needs to be done to make it cleaner and more environmentally friendly. For a UNESCO site there's so much trash lying around, not enough bins, just bags of overflowing trash by the road side and everywhere. Could do with more resting areas too. Visitors and vendors could do a big part to make it more environmentally friendly too. Don't give out/ use plastic bags or straws unless needed/ asked for.
jual mahal | Apr 23, 2018
Well known location hampered by difficulty to find parking spots. The best parking spot is at The Shores which is free but you need to walk along the Malacca river; it is okay since you can enjoy the scenery. At Jonker street, it has a public restroom. You need to ask a few stalls before deciding to buy something to get the best price.
Darryl Miller | Apr 7, 2018
This is mundane street during the day but on Friday and Saturday evenings it turns into a huge street market. The vendors setup up kiosks and sell everything from tourist trinkets to housewares. The street food was amazing and the atmosphere is fun and lively. This is the primary reason to stop in Melaka since the town is small and very little else to do. Enjoy!
Dadi Bhote | Jun 12, 2018
A great experience. Not to be missed every weekend only. Fabulous street food. Go for the skewered quail eggs
Mohd Haniff Mohd Siari | Jul 15, 2018
A very busy but interesting market area. Here, you can get souvenir, good food, etc. Attraction to tourist.
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