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Best bars in Central Melaka District

Cafe
“Geographer Cafe is a place bustling with tourists seeking with a drink or two while looking out towards the historical Jonker Street. Open everyday til 1am.”
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Bar
“Melaka No. 1 Club. with 2 different bar inside. 1. Paradox ( Dance Club) 2. S19 ( Relax with Live Band)”
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Lounge
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“One of the closest Kitchen and Bar available from our airbnb unit. Can hang around with friends at night to have some chill out session.”
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“Located at Level 42 within the same building overview the Melaka city. Perfect nightscape view and biz hrs from 11.45am to 11.45pm. Launch, dinner, coffee & cake with Western and Asian fusion food.”
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Beer Bar
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Night Club
“Nestled on the 22nd level of Hatten Hotel Melaka, Alto Sky Lounge offers stunning panoramic views of Malacca city as its guests savour a mix of expertly crafted cocktails, tantalising light bites and a variety of fine wines with the accompaniment of exquisite live music.”
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Bar
“The name says it all - reggae music by the river, what more do you need, really? Drinks, of course, and thankfully, drinks served at Reggae on the River will not hurt your wallet, as it is reasonably priced and offers a wide variety of options. The music ranges from classics to modern reggae, and while you might feel as if you’ve just been transported to Jamaica, the soft flow of Malacca River and the animated chatter of its goers certainly reminds you where you are. ”
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Bar
“ Great place to hang out, the staff and manager are so friendly. the food they have good wings. They have a large selection of beer, wine, and spirits. Definitely a 'must visit' in Melaka, especially if you're a Westerner.”
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Cafe
“Eleven Bistro & Restaurant is located along Jalan Hang Lekir, which is about 200 metres away from Jonker Street. The restaurant is very spacious compared to most of the restaurant in Jonker Street and is adorned with vintage decorations and furniture. Aside from its popularity for serving traditional Malaccan-Portuguese fare, Eleven Bistro & Restaurant is also a lively nightlife spot with many in-house DJs to entertain guests all night long.”
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Bar
“Boasting an adequate selection of drinks, Ringo’s Classic Café Malacca is a dusty yet densely packed pub along Jonker Street. Although it might not look like much, it is favourite gathering spot for music lovers and cafe-goers alike. The cafe is decorated with numerous historical memorabilia and items, from pre-Malaysia maps to old beer posters, to old musical instruments and clocks hanging all over the wall.”
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