We spent the entire day walking around shopping and eating around Jonker Street.
While walking back to our hotel, we found an abandoned house with its door wide open. The house is one of the old Baba Nyonya Houses, which is probably around 100 years old.
The Baba Nyonya House was dilapidated – with its roof missing. Almost all its fixtures were missing and the paint on the walls was peeling. The well was cover with a plant.
Other than the roof, the second floor is gone except for the front portion of the house where a room is still intact. The room is locked with a padlock. I wonder what’s inside!
See the padlock?
One of the things that interests me was the stairs. Here we found a dilapidated concrete stair which ends abruptly.
I walked up the stairs..
Viola! Lovely picture by WK!
I walked toward to the end of the house which was probably 100 meters deep. The end of the house was a small garden with overgrown weed. I could see its neighbour’s house from there.
Suddenly, I heard someone slamming the door at the neighbour’s house. I quickly made my move to avoid being caught by the neighbour for being a nosy bastard.
After taking some pictures, we left the place. I told Umeng about the neighbour slamming the door. Umeng and I then peeped at the neighbour’s house and find that…the neighbour’s house is empty and vacant.
\(*O*)/ chong kuai ar!!
3 thoughts on “Tioman Island: Melaka: Abandoned Baba Nyonya House”
wtf chong kuai ahhhhhhhhh!
is that house on Heeren Street (or Jln Tun Tan Cheng Lock)? I’m malaccan and it looks darn familiar.
and it’s prolly older than a hundred years if it’s on that street.
kimberly: hai loorrr!!
kok: yes its at Heeren! its on the left side of Heeren St. Few blocks away from my hotel (Hotel Puri) 😀