Malaysia is known for its food and where else better to try all of it at Malacca where there is such a big mixed heritage over there! We gathered at the Nissan showroom at Southgate and a huge convoy of Nissan cars were ready to head to Malacca. We had 2 Nissan X-trails, a Nissan Teana, a Nissan Sylphy, A Nissan Latio & the star of the show, 5 Nissan Almera's! Thats a total combination of 10 cars for the convoy!
The Nissan Almera!
another view of it
my car for the day, with April & Charmaine
Hui Ping demonstrating how big the boot space is *laughs*
So we started our drive down Malacca, as it was a 10 car convoy, We can't really speed, but well, eyes were watching all of us drive down as we were the stars of the show! our first stop was Aunty Koh's Cendol located at the outskirts of Malacca, Bukit Rambai! It is only open on weekends from 12pm until the cendol finishes. which is normally about 1-2pm. so you better be early to avoid disappointment!
One thing for sure, My taste for cendol will never be the same! Her combination and ratios for her cendol is perfect and well, i can say it is the best cendol I've tasted in my life!
Aunty Koh’s Cendol (2.246583, 102.191867)
No. 5113, Jalan Batang Tiga,
Kampung Bukit Rambai.
April driving the Nissan Almera
Aunty Koh's Cendol
Aunty Koh preparing the cendol
A delicious bowl of cendol!
besides cendol, tai bak is also sold there!
Hui Ping & Joshua enjoying their cendol
After the cendol, we took a drive down to Malacca Town, where we headed to Restoran Peranakan for lunch. located at Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock aka Heeron street. Over there we had a taste of Baba Nonya cuisine at its finest. From their Assam fish, to their Lemak, it was all extremely great!
Peranakan Restaurant (2.196017, 102.245350)
107, Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock,
Ayam Buah Keluak
One of their signature baba nonya dishes - Ayam Pong Teh
Ikan Tenggiri Assam Pedas
Baba Nonya mixed vegetables
Prawn Pineapple Lemak
Fo Yong Tan
Ladies fingers (Okra) with Sambal
Group picture at Kota Laksamana!
Soon after that, it was another session of desserts! If you ever come to Malacca, you must always try...
*Wait for ittttt*
NADEJE MILLE CREPES!!
it is crepe cakes at its finest, and everyone will always just die to get a place at the restaurant to enjoy this fine dessert! and of course, their signature coffees there are really good too!!
Nadeje Cake House (2.189539, 102.246419)
G-23 & 25, Jalan PM4,
Being a gangster in Malacca Town
Charmaine, Kelly & Eunice
We headed for MORE Desserts after that! Coconut Shakes at Klebang is the bomb and there is always a long queue just to get some of these desserts! You can always order one of em which is either the "normal coconut shake" or the "special coconut shake" which has added ice cream. Other than that, the Nasi Lemak over there was fabulous as well!
Klebang Original Coconut Shake (2.216400, 102.204867)
We headed over to D-Paradise which is a beach for some free and easy time. Getting some great shots on the sceneries , and also the all new Nissan Almera!
The Nissan Almera's lined up!
Eunice and I!
April, Charmaine & Myself
Eunice & Hui Ping
After the free and easy session, we headed for our last stop which is Sea View restaurant located at Seremban. We had a sumptuous dinner there where literally, we couldn't eat anymore after that! Mainly chinese dishes, we were packed to the brim!
Ria Seaview Village (2.719929, 101.924200)
90 – 92, Jalan Toman 5,
Deep Fried Sotong
Nonya Style Tilipia
I would say, it was a crazy and awesome day! Driving the Nissan Almera has been a breeze and with its bottom line starting at RM60k + i would say it is pretty affordable for anyone! You should as well just try it out to see what I'm talking about!
Once again, thanks Nissan Malaysia & G2 PR for having me there!