Jonker’s Walk on Jonker Street is a lively night market. You don’t really go for the knickknacks but to eat the delicious Malaysian food at every stall that lines the street and also to watch Master Ho Eng Hui use only his index finger to poke a hole through a coconut. Yep, you read that Read Post
The monkeys at Batu Caves in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia are especially aggressive, grabbing tourists drinks and publicly fornicating. They are funny to watch, though.
The world’s tallest statue of Murugan (140 feet high) guards the bottom of the Batu Caves. Located on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia we took public transportation to the Thaipusam stop. The audio is provided by musicians who perform inside the caves.
Jonker Street (aka Jonker Walk) in Melaka, Malaysia is one of the coolest night markets in the world. The street food is incredible. Within this video you can see several different types of Malay food being prepared including popiah, fried radish cake, and squid balls.
You could spend over an hour waiting on Jonker Street to watch Master Ho Eng Hui use only his index finger to poke a hole through a coconut or you could watch this 30-second video.