Walking Malacca

Setting up food stalls at Jonker Walk

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a chocolate GAG factory

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beaded peranakan slippers. These slippers are hand sewn and cost RM200 and above.

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The Baboon House: a nondescript cafe just a short walk from our hotel. We didn’t think much of it until we step in. In fact, if it weren’t for Bryan’s cousins who were having beers there, I wouldn’t have gone in.

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You step in an immediately it’s an oasis from the heat and noise of the outside world. Not only is it a cafe, it’s also an art gallery for a local artist Song Luo Zhe whose work hangs on the walls.

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