Ah Ma House, Sekinchan

1. Ah Ma House Bakery
1. Ah Ma House Bakery

A speciality cake and pastry shop, Ah Ma House is a village house that transports us back to the old days of our grandparents. Indeed, Ah Ma is the Hokkien word for grandmother.

2. Vespa with its rider, Fauzi Mohamad (Pojie)
2. Vespa with its rider, Fauzi Mohamad (Pojie)

Personally, I regard Ah Ma House, also known as Ah Ma Bakery, as a commercial store. However, the items that are currently sold here may be difficult to find in larger cities, hence its attraction.

3. olden wares
3. olden wares

Other than to stop, browse and shop, there was no one whom I could ask for further information about the House, because all the staff were busy taking orders and serving customers.

4. childhood candies
4. childhood candies

Items that most customers buy here are traditional snacks and cookies, such as kuih kapit (love letters). Apparently, the recipe was passed down from their grandmother.

5. old household cupboards
5. old household cupboards

Ah Ma House in Sekinchan provides a wonderful photography opportunity, which we naturally took full advantage of!

6. rattan furniture
6. rattan furniture

If you walk around to the garage of the house, you will also see vehicles that visitors could rent to tour the village conveniently, for a fee, of course. I heard that it’s RM5 per round but the poster says otherwise.

7. special vehicles to tour Sekinchan
7. special vehicles to tour Sekinchan

Ah Ma House
Add: Lot 10376, Jalan Tali Air 5, Kampong Sekinchan, 45400 Sekinchan, Selangor, Malaysia.
Tel: +6012-389 9888
Website: Ah Ma House

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With love

14 thoughts on “Ah Ma House, Sekinchan

  1. Very interesting stuff. I thought you went to your grandma’s house! Really interesting concept especially for those who have lost touch with their roots.

  2. I’d actually love to go here! Whenever we head back to Malaysia, I hardly ever have time to shop for my favorite Malaysian stuff. Having it all in one place would make it super easy for me!

  3. Indeed it looks more of the store with interesting goodies! Are those chinawares made of porcelain? It is like bringing back memories shopping here 🙂

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