JONKER WALK CHINESE SCROLLS - AN ART OF COMMUNICATION

Scrolls which have been used to communicate for more than 6,000 years already in ancient China keep on gaining continued interest worldwide so much so that Chinese scrolls communicate again densely at Jonker Walk, moderately throughout the UNESCO HERITAGE ZONE in old town Melaka and sparingly covering the whole State of Melaka.

By land, they vibrantly sway with the wind at highway exists from Jasin Exchange to Ayer Keroh Exchange to Alor Gajah Exchange. Without neglect, the scrolls sway too along suburbs roads of Muar to Merlimau (Johor-Melaka border), Tangkak to Jasin (Johor-Melaka border), and Port Dickson to Lubok Cina (Negeri Sembilan-Melaka border).

By air, the scrolls dances with the rushing stream of jetting air from the airport at Batu Berendam to the heritage city of ancient port well discovered by the Portuguese, the British, the Dutch ... and the Chinese.

By sea, the Chinese scrolls ripples and waves shiningly and colourfully as reflected by the water from the muara of Sungai Melaka (the mouth of Malacca River) to Casa Del Rio, to Hard Rock Cafe (soon), to Renaissance, and to the Spices Garden. The scrolls are sighted from the Jetty and as far as the naked eyes could see from the Straits of Melaka.

The Dragon welcome YOU.
GONG XI FA CAI 恭喜发财

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