The renowned shopping mall is located directly opposite JW Boutique Hotel and is only divided by a main road. Housing more than hundreds of retail outlets, the mall is a famous spot for weekend leisure outings of family and friends.
Similar to AEON Shopping Mall, Tesco Hypermarket is located nearby JW Boutique Hotel and it is approximately 1 – 2 minutes’ drive away. The hypermarket offers a complete shopping experience for everything ranging from fresh foods to groceries and even apparel.
The stylish mall is located right on the river cruise route and houses over 100 splendid stores including impressive selection of restaurants, international and local fashion stores and excellent retail outlets. The world’s longest Oceanarium Complex can be found here.
The street of Chinatown is famous for its wide selection of clothing and crafts outlets. It is even known as the cultural street of Melaka as there are few art galleries and antique shops found here. Night market is opened during Fridays and Saturdays selling tasty street treats.
Taste one of the best nyonya asam laksa in town at Jonker 88. The eatery is located along Jonker Street and it’s easy to spot as it always crowded with customers. Other than its Nyonya asam laksa, their Laksa Kahwin and Asam Laksa are worth a try too.
What’s special about this asam pedas is that it is the first asam pedas in Melaka which serve in claypot. The restaurant is located at Kota Laksamana and it’s usually crowded during weekends and dinner time.
Not too long ago, Kuih Keria has been added to the ‘must-eat’ category when one visits Melaka. The local dessert is diligently prepared by mixing fresh sweet potatoes and flour into a dough. It is then shaped into a ring, fry and coated with gula Melaka.
Located in lorong Bukit Cina, Capitol Satay Celup has been a favourite food haunt spot for tourists. The restaurant is usually fully packed during the weekends and it’s advisable to start queuing before dinner time.