Wan Aik Shoemaker
Cheng Hoon Teng Temple
Malaysia’s oldest traditional Chinese temple (dating from 1646) remains a central place of worship for the Buddhist community in Melaka....
Putuo Traditional Chinese Medical Therapy Centre
The original, and still one of the best reflexology centres, is Putuo Traditional Chinese Medical Therapy Centre , which offers...
Jonker's Walk Night Market
On Friday and Saturday nights, Jln Hang Jebat turns into the not-to-be-missed Jonker's Walk Night Market. Here you'll find heaps of...
This ventilated, breezy bar with outside seating and late hours, in a prewar corner shophouse, is a godsend. A tasty choice of local and...
In a town already known for its graciousness, this home-cooking Nonya restaurant is our favourite for friendly service. If you want an...
56 Jln Tokong · interesting places nearby
Wan Aik Shoemaker information
Raymond Yeo’s beaded Nonya shoes are considered Melaka’s finest and begin at a steep but merited RM300. Tiny silk bound-feet shoes (from RM90) are also available, although nowadays they are just a curiosity rather than a necessity.