An old and small town carries 1001 memories and uniqueness.
Jasin is a quaintly attractive small town in a rural area south of Melaka. Its old and dilapidated buildings attracted me to have some shots as I am studying there. So every weekend I will spend my time exploring this town. The town center were filled with shops with old school buildings.
The village area attracted me the most. It is very cool to see houses built using wood. You will not find it in the city. Exploring in this town you just need an umbrella as it is very hot and sometimes can be very wet! Don’t forget to wear appropriate footwear. Oh ya, please beware there is an insane guy down the street. You should avoid being chased by him. You should also try visit this town on Friday then you can see people rushing to the mosque. How to get there? It is easy. Get yourself to Melaka Central. Then you should take an SKA or MOS bus to Jasin. About an hour later, you will arrive there! Do tell me when you get there as I am very near.
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