Last week, before DJ Anatta’s set @ Pure Club, we went to Jonker’s Walk for dinner.
At night, Jonker’s Walk is filled with stalls selling food, clothes and many other rubbish. We had to brave through a sea of people to get to the other end.
We were greeted by the sight of a crowd surrounding an uncle. The uncle was performing some sort of martial arts and also promoting his herb. Apparently he’s some sort of Malaysia Book of Records holder. Record holder for breaking the most coconuts with his bare hands …I’m serious!
He had this Caucasian to hold a coconut which he intends to break with his bare hands.
Uncle: Now you hold the coconut. Like this..
Uncle: you then throw the coconut to me! (uncle walks away)
Uncle: Don’t throw it to my face, you hold it like that.. ok?
Uncle: Ladies and Gentlemen, this is my product, very good for sores etc etc
Dude: (Hold coconut while listening and ready to throw)
Uncle: (goes back to the white dude) ok don’t throw it to my face!
Uncle: Ladies and Gentlemen, with my product you can blablablaa!!
The uncle kept on talking and talking and promoting his product until we got bored and left. The poor Caucasian was left standing there with a coconut with his hand. Bet he hates Malaysia now.
Chicken Rice Balls! w00t!
You can sing karaoke in the open here.
You can even perform on stage!
14 thoughts on “Jonker’s Walk, Melaka @ Melaka”
this is not ur first time having chicken rice balls…but is this the best stall to have it? where is it located exactly. 😀
ya, that uncle. boring, i know. my frens n i were waiting for him to break the coconut too, but he was so long winded..bla bla bla..we finally left. stupid!!
i was at jonker’s walk last weekend and saw the same show. it was boring… the highlight was most probably seeing a bunch of aunties line dancing in a building similar to the karaoke place (hokkien huay kuan).
whryl: it wasnt 😀 its pretty expensive la but its the only chicken rice shop that is open at night @ jonker
Trish: haha but he’s funny in some ways
jasmine: i saw the aunties too!!!
woah sounds ya’ll really had fun there…poor white dude..ge got owned by the Uncle =P
i bet if it was any Malaysian..if the Uncle talks more about his product..we just freaking hell fling coconut straight at his face..see if it is for real or not =P
The old man is trying to distract the crowd to buy his oilment….
i bought 1 of those oilment to use when i screw my leg during soccering. It works, taking out the pain for 15minute…but after 15minute….AWW!!
leave the coconut on floor and walk off la.
but has anyone seen him break the coconut or not?
i donno where else they have famous riceballs..i had the one near the rumah merah[forgot the name..] I love the rice balls..yum yum!!~
Kesian white dude…i think he got angry and crack the coconut and eat it up all by himself
if i were him,throw the coconut at his face and leave lar.
bimbobun: i think the rumah merah your mentioning is the shop next to the bridge…..that’s the famous rice ball shop…
knickx: hehe, later he’ll end up cracking ur coconuts as well.
bosanova: raelly ka? it works for 15mins?? temp pain relief only is it
julz: wahahahaaha violenT!
xes:yea, felt like “minyak cap kapak”. y ask? u screww any part of ur body lately ? 😀
Best Chicken Rice balls is on Jalan Hang Jebat. You can’t miss it. Too bad it only opens in the morning to noon. But if that fails, can go to the many A Formosa outlets with machine made balls. 😛