For me, Malacca is all about the Chendol and the chance to explore my Portuguese roots. For most, it’s probably about shopping in Jonker Street and eating as much as possible. Malacca has some of the best street food after all! With Dutch, Portuguese and Nyonya cultures also having a presence in Malacca’s history intermingled with local Malay culture, it definitely makes for a colourful food scene as well as interesting attractions. Malacca is a very popular weekend getaway for Singaporeans. If you haven’t yet visited, here’s a quick look at the top 10 things to do in Malacca illustrated in a kawaii infographic. It is a fairly compact city with most attractions in the same area, so it’s easy to cover in a short visit.
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