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Shop selling chinese wedding accessories at Jonker Street, Malacca
Malaysia

This shot was taken in one of the shop selling chinese wedding accessories at Jonker walk.

Jonker street is famous for its antique goods. It is also famous for its carnival-like atmosphere during weekend nights.

Throughout the Jonker Street, antique architecture is preservered and well maintained. Most businesses taken such advantage to reflect chinese culture in the past.

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Copyright: Kow Kay Bin
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Taken: 14/11/2010
Uploaded: 14/11/2010
Updated: 05/09/2014
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Tags: antique; chinese; chinese wedding; wedding; wedding accessories; traditional; shop; traditional architecture; architecture; melaka; malacca; malaysia; void; hang jebat; jebat
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