A bakery in Sekinchan fully decorated with vintage and traditional furniture and appliances, offering great photographing opportunities for visitors.
What to Expect?
The shop occupies a wooden house on the way to PLS Group's rice mill. Arriving customers are greeted by a windmill at the store's entrance.
The place offers great opportunities for visitors to take photograph as it is fully decorated with vintage and traditional furniture and appliances - which are actual artifacts used for decades. A walk into the establishment would bring you down the memory lane, and seeing many of these vintage items would likely bring back memories from the 80s and 70s.
Apart from old-fashioned furniture, appliances and ornaments, visitors can also find a firewood stove from the time before cooking gas became prevalent.
Visitors can also find old-time snacks on the rack, giving a walk down the memory lane.
They also sell other traditional Malaysia local snacks, biscuit and dessert. Ah Ma House keeps the quality of their products by selling them fresh from the oven, with batches after batches of egg waffle being served.
There are also many local produces and products on sales here, all on the vintage furniture racks.
An interesting place to drop by when you are in Sekinchang.
Eidz Hamzaha month ago
Really nice concept, we enjoy our time here, all the staff and shopkeeper are very friendly and helpful even though it's near closing time (6pm).
You can get old candy together with the new one. mangkuk tingkat yang nenek² pakai pun ada jual sini
susan chow3 months ago
Its like walking down memory lane at this Ah Ma House where many vintages and traditional furnitures , appliances used being displayed . Its a shop that sells all traditional malaysian local snakes , biscuits and desserts. Kiddie toys and stuff are on sale here too. At the entrance, 2 ladies are making kuih kapit traditionally using iron mould & baking over charcoal. The smell of charcoal & love letters is nostalgic.
The staff are friendly and helpful with visitors browsing through shop items. Good photo opportunities for some who likes to pose with their display .
It will be great if the Ah Ma House do accept credit cards from tourists who like to purchase.
海味3 months ago
Nice hand-made love letter. They demo in front of the shop sew video
Lot of old furnitures for photo shooting.
Diana U6 months ago
Went there during 2nd day of CNY. Crowded and rainy day. They selling old stuff, old school stuff and foods. They have handmade kuih kapit (love letters biscuits)
Extra Vaganza week ago
We were there for less than 10 minutes. It was a small place and there was a tourist bus there with group of tourists during our visit. Hence, it was rowdy and haphazard. Nevertheless, the small corner with display of furnitures and electrical appliances in the 70’s gives nostalgic atmosphere and memories of the simplicity of life in the past decades. Worth for a short visit, but it’s not a place for those who don’t appreciate shopping for touristy goodies/ snacks.
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