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- This mall is situated in the middle of Melacca town. It has an underground bazaar which sells interesting items like clothes, handphone accessories, shoes, local delicacies, foot spa, etc. During weekends it can be crowded. The prices are fixed so it is not a place to bargain. Above it is a mall with shops like Adidas, Uniqlo, Aldo and many more.Written 26 December 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Art Gallery and T-shirt shop. Went for the T-shirts. They are priced at RM40 , you could also purchase the arts and frames.Written 5 February 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Good place, lots of parking space, not so congested, fresh and quiet.
Unfortunately, no supermarket here. If there is a good supermarket here, I am confident the business will be good. It will bring many new customers here.
Hope the management incorporate a supermarket here.Written 6 June 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This mall has been here for some time already. It is an old shopping mall that managed to hold it's glory till today. Always packed during weekends with locals or tourists. Traffic is very bad during weekends. So plan well if you plan to go there.Written 27 December 2020
- Cross states travelling is permitted from 10 June 2020. Took the opportunity to go back great honetown Melaka. Visited the Aeon Mall to buy a hands free set. We joined in the queue following the RMCO procedure. Well organised security team ensure patrons follow the social distancing and contact tracing by registering via QR Coding. The supermarket, all shops and eateries have reopened for businesses. The individual shop and eatery also follow the SOP even though registering was already done when entering the Mall. A new normal way of shopping with face mask and keep satitising the hands. Also pick up a bottle of ssnitizer to replinish out stock. An unprecedented experience of shopping. Cheers.Written 11 June 2020
- Its located at normal shop lot..Price was just okay..Maybe they would have extended the space of the place..We queued up for 45 minutes just to go in..Aft went in it was nt up to expected cos too small..Actually we thought it is a big place..But yet we managed to snap good pictures n kids enjoyed them self..The staff are very helpful too..Kids really loved this place cos it was a new experience for us..It was too crowded.Maybe because of school holidays..Written 18 February 2020
- Noting much in the mall. A great place to catch a movie. As the cinema is great. Great parking space with guard.Written 15 December 2019
- We visited the gallery because it is recommended in a well known series of travel books. It was a most interesting experience and Mr Tham's work is both varied and delightful. We spent a while talking to Mr Tham's son, and decided to buy a few prints. We went away to make a final decision on which ones. When we returned next day, we were lucky to meet Mr Tham himself who is as delightful as his work, and extraordinarily interesting. We spent a good hour talking to him and he was kind enough to show us his workshop and his many volumes of sketches. His highly evocative prints now adorn our walls, and we couldn't have a better momento of Melaka.Written 7 March 2020
- The pasar malam at Pahlawan Walk is conveniently located across Macdonald , myself and kids age range 3 to 14 yo visited this night market on a Monday after 11 pm and find that it is still quite vibrant with small crowd . Items on sales there is mainly the local snacks , cheap toys and non authentic clothings and shoes . It get boring for the kids after about 30 min walk. But all in all , it is still okay.Written 23 December 2019
- It’s good to be back in Melaka now that Covid restrictions between Singapore and Malaysia have been lifted. Much of Melaka remains unchanged from our last visit over 2 years ago, fortunately, although many businesses have yet fully reopen due to the lack of visitors.
Was great to visit Malaqa House Museum and see a carefully maintained and unrestored example of a long Peranakan style house commonly found adjacent to Jonker Street. Many of these once private houses for the very wealthy have been gentrified and turned into hotels and restaurants. Not a bad thing, but Malaqa House stands out as it retains so many of its original features in unrestored condition, allowing you to see it as the original architect intended. For sure, some of the paint is peeling and many tiles are heavily worn thanks to several decades of use, but that is the charm of the place. Even on what was a very hot day, the three air wells along the building’s length allowed a cooling breeze to flow through the property illustrating that the designers knew how to keep the occupants cool without aircon!
We were fortunate to spend some time with Grace Wong, the proprietor. She explained the buildings features, helping us understand how the expansive rooms would have originally been used, and also why this style of house was built long and narrow.
Definitely recommended if you have an interest in the historical architecture of Melaka.Written 13 April 2022
- Want to find affordable items ??
Here the right place . A large shopping area with various shops. A wholesale supermarket with reasonable prices.Written 1 February 2016
- I was roaming around Malacca and had to seek refuge from the rain when I stumbled into this shop. Kooi the owner was so pleasant and inviting. I spent some time wandering and was blown away by how talented this man is! Most of the work in the shop is done by him and they are tremendously unique. I got a Chinese astrology piece (GOAT) but wished I had more space in my luggage to buy more. I will definitely go back the next time I am in Malaysia. When I finished shopping he was kind enough to offer me an umbrella to continue exploring the area even though he would be closing in less than an hour. I returned it at the end of the evening when he'd already gone home so I wasnt able to thank him. I highly recommend this place if you want unique, handmade gifts or souvenirs on your next trip.Written 8 August 2019
- Excited and has enjoyed walking the street and tried different varieties of street food, massage and bought cheaper tidbits and souvenirs from here.Written 1 April 2018
- It’s just near jonker walk, but not walking distance as still need to walk quite a long way to reach jonker walk. A new market open on 2019. Came here on Saturday 7pm but not that much stall is being open, only 10-15 stalls. Maybe should come a bit late or there will be more stalls on Sunday? Quite disappointed as lots of comments says that it will be hundreds of stalls. It’s not the same as jonker walk as it only offer foods.Written 29 February 2020
- We went on a thursday afternoon. Very quiet so its good. My children happy to hide from afternoon sun. Okok because its not our 1st time in trick art.
We had fun with the green screenWritten 18 June 2017
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