Tuesday, October 4, 2011
Melaka Trip - Part 2 - Visiting a typical Melakan Malay Home
Took the beca ride to go around the historical part of Melaka Town. Visited a traditional Malay village.
Do have to apologise as the pictures couldn't realigned itself. So for portrait shots, it comes out as lanscape (sideway).
Below is a traditional stone food processor.
The stairs on a typical Melakan Malay house is usually decorated with colourful tiles.
Below is the house of a famous Malay writer, Munshyi Abdullah.
Beside the house is a Chinese temple.
The classic wodden doorway.
The intricate dragon motif on the roof of the Chinese Temple.
A closeup of the design.
My family and I in the sitting room of the Malay house. Very small.
Typical kitchen utensils of old.
A big motar and pastle.
A colourful (metal base) serving tray.
Wood facade of the Malay home.