give piss a chance…piss out man…
Melaka/Malacca, along with Penang, has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2008, which basically means that it has a lot of old stuff that’s been restored, renovated and nicely presented for the steady flow of tourists. It’s a really nice city with everything of interest within walking (or hello kitty rickshaw) distance of the main square.
Jonker Walk @ Jonket Street , turns into the bustling Jonker night market over the weekend with shops, restaurants and bars full to capacity. Alongside the usual tourist market fare is a man who can open a coconut with his index finger. He is listed in the Guiness book or records: “The fastest time to pierce 4 coconuts with a finger is 12.15 sec and was achieved by Ho Eng Hui aka Master Ho (Malaysia) on the set of Lo Show Dei Record, in Milan, Italy, on 21 April 2011”
If that’s not enough you can also check out the walking fish along the river banks…yep, walking fish!
Ho Eng Hui can open a coconut with his index finder. i was his assistant…here i am being challenged to pinch hold of his skin on his forearm – solid muscle like a plank of wood – its impossible. and yep, 3 quick blows with his finger and the coconut juice spurts out. @ Jonker Street night market
walking fish of Melaka… yes, walking fish!
Mr Melaka – not as ripped in real life, but yes, he does look like a 14 year old kid
Christ Church, Melacca
ohhhhhh, i see @ toilets in Melaka
one of the streets running nxt to Jonker Street in old town
the famous chicken rice shop next to the Hard Rock cafe – really? its just chicken and rice…
Hello Kitty rickshaw belting out Gangnam Style
*note – Porn is not allowed @ the customs museum
my 1st parking ticked on the scooter – it’s in Malay, so even if i wanted to pay it i wouldn’t know how
busy molding birds nests back into birds nest shapes after cleaning @ Jonker Bird House
some old stuff @ ST Pauls Hill
just hanging around – St Pails Church
Chinese temple in Jonker Street area
jJnker street/Jonker walk on a friday night – influx of visitors from around Malaysia and Singapore for the weekend