The chicken is tasty. The only thing that I can complaint about is the quantity of the serving would not satisfy 5 people :P
After that, we wanted to try some nyonya cendol. But, the store is overcrowded with customers. Thus, we went to the Eye On Malaysia by WALKING under the scorching sun. Well, our tour guides told us that the journey will only took about 15 minutes. In reality, it took us about 20 minutes to reach there. By the time we reached the destination, our clothes were drenched with perspiration. But it was worth it as we can walked along the historical Malacca River and saw some wonderful scenery. I was amazed by the height of the Ferris wheel, which soared to giddy heights of 60 metres from ground. According to http://www.eyeonmalaysia.com.my, the Eye On Malaysia is the world's largest portable Ferris wheel. From the top of the Ferris, we could see most of the Malacca Town from one side and the Straits of Malacca from the other side.
After we filled our stomachs with satays, cucumbers, and ketupats, we took a scroll to the beach. That might be our last time to enjoy the beauty of the natural beach as the local authority started to reclaim the beach.
Before we went back to Kajang, we ate dinner at Newton's Food Corner. We ate 4 meals during the trip, and I never ate so many meals in a single day. But I can't believe that I could still manage to drink soup and eat some fruits when I reached home :P
Anyway, I wished to express gratitude towards Wen Shan and Marcus Chee as our tour guide. Without them, our journey won't be as fun and enjoyable as it would be. Thanks guys!!!
Also, I wished to thanked the grandson of the Tan Kim Hock for giving us so many local delicacies.