We planned to hit Malacca in the morning after having my favorite Seremban famous Beef Noodles.
Reached Seremban biggest Wet Market where the famous beef noodles located. Parked the car, paid @ the parking machine and headed to the Wet Market building... Before we hit the beef noodles place, we have to go through those fishy, meaty, greeny smell of a wet market i.e. A smell that you would not be fond of... Let's imagine how the three stuff mixed together ... what would you smell? :p
Anyway, I don't mind the smell as i was going to have the beef noodles.... Yummy! Unfortunately, when we reached there. The beef noodles was closed ... What? yes it was closed... not opened... *Sob Sob*... no Beef Noodles for TZ... I was so disappointed but could not do anything. I have no choice but tried out the other famous noodles i.e. Hakka Noodles which located on the other side...
Errrr... how was it? Not as nice as the beef noodles... still craving for beef noodles :p
Jonzz came by and met us @ the Hakka Noodles place. We had finished our breakfast and Jonzz would not wanna to take any breakfast. We left the Wet Market with TZ was upset for not getting his favorite beef noodles... Sigh! We followed Jonzz back to his house so that he could leave his car and hopped into my car for Malacca...
Left Jonzz's house for Malacca... On the way to the highway, Jonzz brought us to his workplace i.e. a college on top of the hill... It was a nice college and the surrounding with all the superb landscaping. All i got is this sun flower photo... Sorry Jonzz... I didn't take any photo of the building. :p
Left Jonzz's workplace and hit the highway. It was a nice drive from Seremban to Malacca. Not much traffic...
We reached Malacca downtown, parked our car and walked over to the Stadthuys Square to snap some photo... but before we hit the square, we went into the St. Francis Xavier Church. My first time into this Church after so many times of visiting Malacca since young. It's a very beautiful church especially the Stained Glass ... *Two Thumbs Up*
Inside the St. Francis Xavier Church
Stained Glass in the church
Next stop, the Stadthuys Square.... before hitting the square we need to go through a row of red shop houses...
Red house Row
We met another Malacca blogger @ Stadthuys Square. After meeting him we moved over to Malacca Museum and Porta De Santiago
12:00pm: We stopped by the river side to have a nice and cold sour plum to beat the thirst after a long walk under the sun.
Since we were hunger for food and our plan was to hit the famous chicken rice place. So we crossed the river and went over to the Malacca famous chicken rice ball shop. We managed to get a sit after standing there for about 15mins, it was crowded.
People Queuing for Chicken Rice Ball
After our lunch, we decided to walk along Jonker Street...The famous Malacca Shopping area for tourist... Errrr... I'm not eager to shop as i have been to Malacca for so many times until i could be one of their local tour guide... :p Anyway, i suggested to drop by the nice Mosque and temples on the other side of Jonker Street. Since everyone was agreed, we detoured from Jonker to visit these two suggested place.
Cheng Yun Temple
We were sweating after walking under the hot sun back to Jonker Street. What should we have to cool ourselves down??? hehehe... of course something cold. We headed to Jonker Dessert 88 for nice and famous Cendol durian and Baba red bean durian ice... Yummy! :p
Inside the restaurant - Crowded
We said goodbye to our Malacca blogger. Left Malacca back for KL... On our way back, we dropped Jonzz @ Seremban and headed back to KL...
An half day tour in Malacca with lots of photo shots and nice food... It was a short, free and easy trip as a whole. We not covering too much of Malacca but we did took lots of picture. I think we should arrange more photographing outing trip in the future. Anyone interested to join for some photographing outing? hehehe... I was a bit sun burnt after walking under the sun for hours. Errrrr.... TZ became Sebastian The Lobster ... muhahaha :p
Link to Day 1 Review : http://tz-life.blogspot.com/2008/12/seremban-malacca-road-trip-2d1n-day-1.html