The Bendahari Markets helps deliver authentic Melaka food to Klang Valley foodies

Some of the delicious offerings available for fans of Melaka food in the Klang Valley include heritage treats like popiah and mee siam. Photos: MELISSA CHAN

When the pandemic and the ensuing movement control order struck last year, Melaka native Melissa Chan began to think of ways she could help her community.

Chan is a Melaka culture buff, who until 2018, was the curator of the Baba & Nyonya Museum in the state. She is also the co-author (with her father Henry Chan Kim Cheng) of the book, Stories Of One Malaccan Family.

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