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Hotels Near Jonker Street Night Market

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Where to stay in Malacca City - Jonker Street Night Market

Jonker Street Night Market Introduction

The vibrant Jonker Street Night Market is an incredible place to spend an evening while visiting Malacca. The street itself is worth visiting during the day, but as the sun sets on the weekend it really comes alive. Sample delicious local street food like Jonker quail eggs and deep-fried ice cream and make sure you browse the vendor’s stands where you can purchase all kinds of wares. After that, grab a seat on one of the terraces and enjoy a cheap (and delicious) cocktail or drink, with the surrounding party atmosphere stretching long into the night.

Hotels near Jonker Street Night Market

The hotels near Jonker Street Night Market tend to range between 2 and 3.5 stars, usually covering the essentials for a pleasant night’s sleep. Air conditioning is standard, allowing you to stave off the heat on hot nights. The B&Bs provide cheap, no-frills accommodation, whereas the 3.5-star hotels have extras such as spa treatments available. Winter and spring are the busiest times to visit, but you can get good Jonker Street Night Market hotel deals if you plan ahead. February is a quiet month and a great time to find discount hotels, as are the months between July and October.

Where to stay near Jonker Street Night Market

If you’re looking to be at the heart of the action, Jalan Tukang Besi is a good spot to look for hotels and is just one street over from Jonker Street Night Market. To be close to the main attractions and excellent shops as well as the Malacca river, look for hotels on Lorong Hang Jebat. The neighbourhood of Little India is an ideal location for travellers on a budget with cheap hotels aplenty near the Jonker Street Night Market. It even has lots of great restaurants serving Indian cuisine.

Things to see near Jonker Street Night Market

One of Malacca’s most popular attractions is the Baba & Nyonya Heritage Museum, just a 4-minute walk from Jonker Street. This house museum offers a unique look at 19th and 20th-century Malacca. There are also many beautiful temples close to Jonker Street, including the breath-taking Cheng Hoon Teng temple, which you can reach in 3 minutes by foot. Finally, make sure you visit the Malacca River, only a few minutes away. Walking along the river is a wonderful experience for all the senses, and there are plenty of bars and restaurants along the way. Relaxing riverboat cruises are also available.

How to get to Jonker Street Night Market

Melaka Sentral is the main public transportation hub of the city. From here, you can take a bus to Dutch Square (close to Jonker Street) in about 10-20 minutes, depending on traffic. Jonker Street itself is at the heart of the city, and from here, you can walk to most hotels, as well as other attractions. The A’Famosa resort and St Paul’s Church, for example, are both a 12-minute walk away. Although it’s easy to get around on foot, you can also hail taxis, but bear in mind that they can be pricey.