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SOH KIEN PENG
Singapour, Singapour6 668 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
juil. 2023 • En solo
I like to explore Johor Bahru (JB) on a day's trip. It is not so tiring and if you cross border by bus, it is quite smooth sailing and unlikely you would be caught in a traffic jam on a weekday.

In the last few day trips, I had ventured my way to visit the modern gorgeous mega malls at Mid-Valley, AEON Bukit Indah, Tebrau City; went on an easy hike to Sireh Park and Bukit Germilang and diligently pursued a gastronomic adventure around Taman Johor Jaya, Permas Jaya and Bukit Indah.

Today, I decided to explore Downtown JB. From CIQ, I went to City Square Mall for a cursory walk. From City Square, I crossed over to Jalan Wong Ah Fook, visited Kotoraya Shopping Mall, the old Chinese temple and this Tan Hiok Nee heritage street.

I used to drive my car over here before the outbreak of Covid-19. But I felt seeing more today as I explored the area by walking. Tan Hiok Nee Heritage Street impresses me as a quaint and nostalgic memory lane in the 50s. At Jalan Segget before the heritage street, I walked past the infamous Ah Hwa Kway Teow stall at Restoran Sekee. It is housed in a kopitiam which look dilapidated, but the setting brought me on a time tunnel back to 50s or 60s. I observed that the stall holder cooked her kway teow using charcoal stove. No wonder there was a queue at her stall.

The very first thing that caught my attention when I was at the heritage street was the long queue of customers in front of Hiap Joo Bakery & Biscuit Factory. This bakery still adopts the traditional way of using firewood oven to bake her bread and cakes. I thought of joining the long queue to buy a loaf of the banana cake but decided not for this time as I would be visiting KSL Mall in the later part of the day.

Opposite Hiap Joo Bakery is Kin Wah Coffee Shop which appears to be like Restoran Sekee - old and not renovated. But understand that her breakfast kaya toast bread and coffee can fight with Ya Kun Kaya Toast in Singapore. Further down from Kin Wah is a stretch of well renovated eateries that were seen packed with many customers. I was really amazed that on a weekday Monday the business here could be so good.

Restoran Roast & Coffee has a long queue of young customers attracted by the restoran's coffee and Nanyang cuisine. Restoran Kopiloco by 1993 boasts of their Signature Ayam Penyet (Monday). I noticed many of the customers were Muslim and they ordered this signature crispy dish.

I went to a very old bakery shop Salahuddin Bakery along Jalan Dhoby which had a very simple layout, and the bread and cakes were displayed on open counter. The bakery used a wooden oven dating back to the period of the Second World War and still in operation today.

Restoran Hua Mui attracted me with their signature Hainanese Chicken Chop which was priced reasonably cheap at RM18.90. I wanted to order their signature nasi lemak which was only RM6.90 but the counter girl told me no more order. Tong Guan Nyunya Kopitam has a variety of Peranankan food and home-made kueh kueh. Kedai Kopi Xuu Yau boasts of her signature wantan mee.

I took my lunch at a Punjabi restaurant near to the Sikh temple. I had a piece of aloo prata, a piece of chapati and a piece of samosa which cost me RM 11.50.

This heritage street at downtown JB is the closest from CIQ and is very convenient for Singaporeans. It is a haven of gorgeous food set in a nostalgic memorable background setting of the 50s or 60s which we hardly can still find them in Singapore.



Écrit le 11 juillet 2023
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Flyer04384047361
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4,0 sur 5 bulles
mai 2023 • Entre amis
Short walk from CIQ, was bustling from 10am. Chinese coffee shops, traditional bakeries, cafes, thrift shops- quite a good area to walk round in the morning.
11am there were more than 10 people in the queue for infamous banana bread.
Écrit le 29 juin 2023
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seb_julian
Singapour, Singapour395 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
nov. 2022
Lovely place with many local eateries and independent retails shops. Only a short walk away from JB Immigration CIQ.
Écrit le 26 novembre 2022
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Lijuan C
Singapour, Singapour283 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
oct. 2022
lots of old and new eateries to fill your tummies up with. some of the buildings are of old decor and adds to the old school feel
Écrit le 24 octobre 2022
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B T
Londres, UK1 216 contributions
3,0 sur 5 bulles
août 2022
It's just a street with a few old houses and Chinese shops on it, didn't think it was anything special at all.
Écrit le 25 août 2022
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Phi Somchai
Bangkok, Thaïlande3 795 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
mars 2020 • En famille
This street is refurbished to commemorate the heritage of the Straits Chinese and Malays. Some of the buildings and shophouses are nice to look at. There are some old famous food shops and newly open cafes around here.
Écrit le 22 juin 2020
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KGB777
Singapour, Singapour41 727 contributions
2,0 sur 5 bulles
déc. 2019
When I visited in early Dec 2019 there was some fairly major road work taking place in the area. This meant that the traffic was very bad and just getting around on foot was troublesome. There are a few nice old shophouses, but many are badly in need of repair. A few decent cafes in the area offer a level of redemption.
Écrit le 18 avril 2020
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macedonboy
Glasgow, UK179 774 contributions
3,0 sur 5 bulles
mars 2020
This is a quaint street with many cafes, restaurants and, colonial era and traditional Malay architecture. Having just visited Melaka, this heritage/walking street was a major disappointment in comparison. There really isn’t that much to see that's interesting, with the exception of the Jumpa Selalu restaurant at the junction of Jalan Tan Hiok Nee and Jalan Pahang, which is a very pretty colonial style building. Most of the cafes here are well over-priced, but the more traditional local restaurants are reasonably priced and offer tasty street food.
Écrit le 3 mars 2020
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Yalbyby
Tokyo, Japon1 690 contributions
3,0 sur 5 bulles
oct. 2019
ジョホールバル探索中に通りました。一部工事中の箇所がありましたが、観光客もいて、ビルの写真をお友達と撮っていました。
Écrit le 5 février 2020
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Benz 譚
Jakarta, Indonésie544 contributions
3,0 sur 5 bulles
janv. 2020 • En famille
Not much to see. The road is quite short. But there is famous Hiap Joo Bakery and a resto across this bakery that will be good for breakfast and snack. The road will have some souvenir merchant at night. Further in this road, there is a small food court Hookah District that start at night with some food merchant inside.
Écrit le 6 janvier 2020
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