Kampong Ubi

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  • Day1

    Aaaand set offff!!!!

    May 6, 2016 in Singapore ⋅ ⛅ 33 °C

    3h45min drive up to melaka :) my first long drive and longest drive ever! some flash heavy showers but just short ones thankfully. Mostly stayed awake easily because my adrenaline was constantly up from all the effort trying not to piss off anybody else on the road or get in any fast driver's way. Nice roads easy drive with clear road numbering signs for highwaysRead more

  • Day1


    May 6, 2016 in Singapore ⋅ ⛅ 29 °C

    Not timed: actual
    Timed: original plan

    Fri 6th May
    Jonker street, 三叔公 and Jonker 88 dinner
    1-2pm: Lunch
    2-6pm: Travel to malacca
    6pm-7pm: Check in and rest
    7pm-9pm: Jonker street and Jonker88

    Sat 7th May
    Low Yong Moh dim sum breakfast
    Jonker stroll, lard popiah, toomuchspice Nonya Zhang
    Kocik kitchen (best cendol)
    Shopping Super nice dress (end of Kocik road on clock tower side)
    Chung Wah Kedah Kopi chicken rice ball
    rest in hotel
    Satay Celup supper
    10am-11am: Dim Sum breakfast: Low Yong Moh restaurant
    11am-1pm: Jonker, 三叔公 / walk around
    1pm-2pm: Tua kor wanton mee lunch
    2pm-4pm: walk around / rest in hotel
    4pm-5pm: rest in hotel
    430pm-7pm: Eng Chee Seng tau sa pia, Satay Celup supper
    7pm-9pm: Jonker

    Sun 8th May
    Breakfast in hotel
    A&W in mahkota parade 
    Nancy's kitchen early dinner
    Car wash and vacuum, pump tire, add engine oil, off to home!
    10am-11am: Kedai Kopi Chung Wah chicken rice breakfast
    11am-1pm: Jonker, 三叔公
    East and west rendezvous dumpling and cendol
    Baba and nyonnya heritage museum
    Tua Kor wanton mee

    Food list

    Dim Sum breakfast: Low Yong Moh restaurant (Lor mai kai, liu sha bao, century egg porridge 530am-1pm)
    Chicken rice balls: Kedai Kopi Chung Wah (Famosa okok. This one crazy queue, go for early lunch. 830am-3pm)
    Satay Celup supper: Restoran capitol satay (4pm-1am)
    Jonker 88 (Crowded/long queue. Cendol, nyonya assam laksa or baba laksa(more like sg one), rojak and ngoh hiam 930am-530pm)
    Tua Kor wanton mee (40 Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock) next to baba and nyonya heritage museum
    Far east cafe
    Nancy's kitchen

    Taste Better One bite durian puffs
    Christina Ee Nyonya Pineapple tarts
    Nadeje millicrepe
    Eng Chee Seng tau sa pia
    East and West rendezvous nyonya rice dumplings and cendol (930am-530pm)
    Coconut jelly
    Baba charlie nyonya kueh (1030am-3pm)

    Shopping / do
    Jonker street walk (6pm onwards. Go both nights)
    Souvenir / snacks at 三叔公
    Eng Chee Seng tau sa pia
    East and West rendezvous nyonya rice dumplings (930am-530pm)
    Hatten square and Makhota parade (Just normal shopping mall if bored. But there's nadeje there!!!)

    Sight seeing
    Unesco world heritage sites
    - St. Francis Xavier church
    - Stadthuys
    - Clock Tower 1886
    - Christ church
    - St. Paul's hill
    - A'Farmosa fort
    - Cheng Hoong Teng temple

    Higher class, very comfortable stay with family
    Hotel puri (have 1st carpark private but easily full) (enquiry sent) (junior suite 23sqm, king and 1 sofa bed $118/night)
    RC (enquiry sent) (superior 22sqm, king, $96/night)
    Equatorial (parking ok) (extra large double bed (king), $73/night)
    Hatten (parking ok) (Junior suite 33sqm, king bed, $92/night
    More Budget (no good parking but very near and cheap cheap. Possible shared bathroom)
    The bridge loft
    Hotel da som inn

    Mio Boutique hotel (opposite big mall. But seems a bit far)

    delima $18
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