WORLD HERITAGE DESTINATION

WORLD HERITAGE DESTINATION

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Authentic Malacca River Boardwalk Lifestyle.

The  Honky Tonk Haven Cafe boasts of superior old malacca ambiance with privileged boardwalk cafe seats to enjoy your evening companionship and drink in comfort; relaxations & fun amongst the tranquility of the reborn magical malacca river setting !



The Facilities in this cafe are: 
HONKY TONK CAFE
Located at: Lorong Hang Jebat,
                      Melaka Town Centre  
                     (Near Jonker Street)
Contact Tel: 012 6050446



  • Cafe & Bar within the Melaka Riverside board walk
  • 12 tables (17 - 18 inside and 10 – 12 outside on riverside walkway)
  • 1 Meeting room (for 12 pax, air conditioned)
  • Stage, microphone and 2 speakers.
  • Live TV broadcasts of sports events.
  • Wi-fi coverage.

  • Services :
  • Business hours:  7:30 pm – 12:30 am
  • WI-FI hotspot. Free access for minimum consumption expenditure of RM 10 (equivalent to 1 beer + 1 snack or soft drink).
  • Drinks (beer, Honky Tonk special, fruit juices / soft drinks, tea, coffee)
  • Catering for dinner parties of min. 10 pax. (RM 35 / pax for meal package, Honky Tonk special drink, mineral water).
  • Sing-along sessions (on request). Dennis (in-house pianist) specializes in sing-along songs of the 40s, 50s, 60s and 70s and some new songs !! (RM 50 / hour ; min. 1 1/2 hours.). Also does Latin and old time Malay (eg. P. Ramlee, Jimmy Boyle) and Indonesian songs. (Please book minimum 5 days in advance.)
  • Jamming sessions (FOC - just come with your instrument and pick up). Note that we only have one microphone, and capacity to plug in only one lead into speaker system. Please give advance notice if you require Dennis to sit in. 
  • Meetings (RM 150 / 2 – 2.5 hours, Max. 12 pax.)

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