Tuesday, July 28, 2015

What to see or do at Jalan Tukang Besi, Melaka 22 July 2014

Drink coffee from a tin, the old-fashioned way. 

Eat freshly daily-make dim sum from Low Yong Moh Restaurant. 

Observe praying ritaul at Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, the oldest functioning temple here. 


Buy a pair of bound feet shoe from an authentic Wah Tik bound feet shoe maker. 

Bring home a self-painted batik. 

Admire an old wooden road sign

and antique electricity board.

When we were at a goldsmith shop, a customer popped in and merely dropped his gold chain with the owner while exchanging a few courtesy words. It was pleasant witnessing the trust and relationshop between the owner and his customers. There is no need for written receipt or whatsoever. The owner said he knows which piece belong to which customer.  He then proceed to wash and clean the gold with his tools. 

Introducing my childhood biscuit.

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