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Monday, 14 January 2013

Morning Walk At Jonker Street and The Flea Market

After breakfast, we went to jonker Street for a walk. Uiks....they have Flea market during the weekend wor.
  The cars caught my eyes but Mamarazzi said see only,  cannot touch coz it's fragile.

  Mamarazzi said long time never saw this "tikam" thingy.

 A lot of Tembaga (Brass) thingy here. Papa say got brass kettle and asked the man got brass wok/kuali or not. Uncle Arthur looking for brass wok. The man said don't have. Even the brass Kettle cost RM300! Of course....it was hand made and no other material was added when they make it. Unlike the Brass nowadays which mostly "polluted" by other tin/ore.

Being the new generation, I was very puzzled by this "device". How come their "CD" so BIG? Where is their computer? Just put the small "CD" into the computer lah...

Before going off from Jonker Street, we stopped by this stall and bought some Nyonya Kuih from this man.



Didn't get much of anything from Jonker street . Just two pairs of chopsticks with our surname. The third paor got it from the night market. RM4 a pair. Can buy 3 items for RM10.


Then Mamarazzi went to Bibik House and "borong" four containers of Pineapple tarts. Her favourite. Hmmm...if not mistaken price had increased to RM14 for 20 pieces.


But it's worth it for Mamarazzi as she said the taste not too sweet and they are generous with the fillings.

 
Moreover, She love the textures of the filing which is not too mashed up. Yummm.....by now two containers of the tarts have gone into Mamarazzi's tummy lor

60 comments:

  1. Sometimes I can find things I want at flea markets and sometimes, not so much. Your pineapple tarts sound delicious... Glad you got some chop sticks also.

    Have a great week.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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    1. The pineapple tarts are heavenly...yummmm

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  2. I like to eat pineapple tarts too but now I do not buy any because I do not want to be tempted to eat (as I can eat many pieces at one go). The pineapple tarts all eaten by Mamarazzi? Small Kucing did not help to eat?

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  3. I want to go there!!!



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    1. come come...come over here.....wow.....got free book...thanks :)

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  4. See the pineapple tarts makes me crave for it, hehe...

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    1. pop over to melaka la...so near to singapore

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  5. Oooo...so interesting! I would love to walk along that flea market too!

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  6. The pineapple tarts look good.

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  7. I like to visit jonker street..
    Those sellers are mainly malaysian.. compare to petaling street..
    all are bangla..

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    1. ya wor....still malaysian but the barang mostly not malaysian made jor. Some from Thailand , china, indon....etc

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  8. If I go there I will try those nyonya kuih..
    those are very nice..
    then their sotong bakar.. Bagus

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    1. sotong bakar only saw one stall selling that in the pasar malam there

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  9. there is another nice food is the ting ting sweet.
    you didn't buy any?

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    1. nah didnt buy any of the Ting Ting candy. Coz too sweet leh.

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  10. Very nice jalan2, makan2, shopping2, swimming2 trip to Melaka. Enjoyed reading all your posts :)

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  11. I love this post. It brought me good memories when I stayed in a Melaka's hotel FOC for 1 week while my friend had to do some banking security job for their branch. I walked the whole Jonker Street everyday and ended up broke! I bought so much antiques. I even found a shop selling Strawberry Jam tarts that was sold out everyday by 2pm! Crazy!

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    1. Free stay become money spending mission lo.. strawberry jam tarts ah...hmmm...not really gila about that. can eat la.

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  12. Hey my dear botak, your new banner looks very beautiful and contemporary! Your mum so pandai with cameras! Did she use the antique filem kamera to snap it?

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    1. Use hand phone to snap ler. the sky light ngum ngum was turning purple...just a few minutes. not enough time to take out proper camera

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  13. i don't quite recall myself browsing in the flea market and jonker street, haha!! first, i don't really go to Malacca often.. second, i think everytime going there also quite rush cos day trip mah..

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    1. hahaha, small kucing so poor thing lah.. everything "can see but cannot touch" only.. so mamarazzi didn't buy anything for small kucing at all?? but she bought two tubs of pineapple tarts and wallop everything~~

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    2. the chopsticks look nice lah.. got your surname as well as the chinese zodiac printed one ah?? then quite personalized woh, can buat hadiah from that hor??

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    3. This is first time mamarazzi saw the morning flea market. seems the. traders ther also know about flea market in amcorp mall. over heard one trader boast his ware cheaper than those at amcorp.

      what two tubs? Four tubs ah....makan two tubs already.

      ya got surname but tarak know zodiac. good for gifts if only know fren's proper Chinese surname. had a hard time looking for own surname. lucky mamarazzi have the chinese name in her phone.

      if you go sure you can find for your friends...maybe award for top commenters ? LOL

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  14. Looks like small kucing learnt something from the trip, hehe..

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    1. I love walking at the flea market, lots of interesting things to see~

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    2. Now I feel like going to Malacca for a stroll....

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    3. Yup..learnt that everything also CANNOT TOUCH...lol

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  15. One of my favourite holiday spot! I also love their night market!

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    1. Ya nice to walk there right though nit planing to but anything

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  16. wow im surprise that you also have that "tikam" thing there
    i used to try that before

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    1. It was very popular when mamarazzi was a kid.

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  17. well those cars sure is appealing
    i think back then, when i was at that age
    i would be crying out loud for my mom to buy me those

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  18. by the way are those bargain goodies?

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    1. Those supposed to be old stuffs that is hard to find.

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  19. those pineapple tarts looks cute
    i bet it was really tasty too

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  20. have a great day and god bless you small kucing
    take care and enjoy blogging

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  21. Meow, I have pestered my jin jin to bring me to Melacca many times. He has promised, but no date confirmed. I wish to visit Jonker Street, I was tempted by the Pineapple tarts.

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    1. Must bring your princesses to melaka one of these days. I think they will enjoy it very much.

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  22. I prefer other types of pineapple cookies, this is harder, not my favourite~

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    1. they hv the roll type too. just that mamarazzi likethis type more

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  23. Tarts look so yummy!!!!

    Happy New Year!!!

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  24. Thats plenty of stuffs to buy at the flea market consisting of antics. I love the tarts too but I can't remember whether it was bibik that I also bought the tarts.

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    1. its a haven for those who love antiques.

      I love the tarts from bibik house. not that sweet and generous filling

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  25. Malacca memang famous for FOOD!! Yummy... I hope I can make a trip to Malacca this year.. :)

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  26. Surprising both the girls love the tarts. Thank you

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  27. I love flea market too especially hunting for accessories and foods but for antique goods, not my type. =P

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    1. hahaha....accessories will vbe the night market at Jonker's Street

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