Take me to Malacca: Around Jonker

Cow outside a french cafe. Pictures allowed. touching not. Cow with issues.

we found one of the shophouses was converted into a museum of sorts by NUS, of all schools. apparently Tan Cheng Lock’s family donated it to NUS Architecture school for restoration and such. they converted it into a mini museum highlighting the changes in architecture in Malacca over the years.

You can see the difference in designs along the same street.

Stories hanging from the ceiling but I was playing hide-and-seek among them.

This particular shophouse used to be a clinic.

country club a few doors down from our hotel.

this neon monstrosity was set up for the weekend. they were playing old chinese hits and old people took turns to go on stage to sing karaoke. I was rather glad we didn’t pick the hotel who had the misfortune of being built next to where the stage was erected.

This is a body building school. I think this was meant to inspire.


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