JONKER STREET NIGHT MARKET / MELAKA / MALACCA TRAVEL VLOG / FOOD VLOG / STREET FOOD / JONKER WALK





selamat hari raya aidiladha. In this video it is not much about the religious festival because I did not see so many things. But today I want to take you to the famous Jonker Street Night Market which is also a little bit of a feast. Join me in a little walk around town and try some food. At least this is one of the markets in Malaysia that is working until now although it might stop for a short while because from today the SOP order of the Malaysian government will be enforced a bit stricter since there was a rise in Covid 19 / Corona cases in the country.

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29 Replies to “JONKER STREET NIGHT MARKET / MELAKA / MALACCA TRAVEL VLOG / FOOD VLOG / STREET FOOD / JONKER WALK”

  1. hplagt 68

    A night market wouldn't be a night market if there's social distancing as they would have to limit the number of entries. It would take forever until you get your turn to enter considering there's a lot to see. Like you said,"Let's hope for the best". Stay safe and keep that video coming.
    I think the coconut thing you said you had eaten somewhere could be coconut bun(oven baked) very common and the ones you ate were coconut pau(which are steamed).

  2. Oon86

    You wanna have dinner after night market visit? For most Malaysians the night market visit is our dinner haha…

    Anyway, this video reminded me: Have you tried Dodol? Famous in Melaka… not sure how to describe it but can be bought all over the city. Sticky sweet confections with original (gula melaka) flavor & pandan flavor…

  3. Ir Yan

    If the authority watches this, probably there'll be a crackdown. No social distancing is somewhat distressing. Come on people, we can do better!

  4. Ridzwan Wahid

    It must be hard to talk while wearing a mask, that's why you used hand gestures too. Anyway, good job, you have always keep your viewers informed of what's going on in your vlogs.

  5. di entika

    The noodle being fried in the wok is kueh tiaw, pronounced "coo-way tee-yeaww". The mask is mandatory in public places and public transports. 😄 As for the "pau"… they can come with sweet or savoury fillings. If you have not tried it before, the more popular "pau" would be the one with barbecued pork (char siew pau). The huge one has pork with some vege (turnip strips, I think…) and hard boiled egg. A meal in itself.

  6. Calvin K

    At places like these, safe distancing is almost impossible but you can think about your own safety by masking up and keeping some distance from the crowds. Stay safe mate so we all get to enjoy more videos from you. 👍🏻👏🏻🧢

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