Points of Interest & Landmarks • Flea & Street Markets
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- The most interesting cotton fabrics I found this year were from the bargain counters of the great Jakel Mall. If you are satisfied with polyester there are several Indian shops selling colourfull saris which could also be used as curtains or other home decoration. A street food market was selling all kinds of local delights but the permanent stalls at the covered bazaar near the subway station were reduced.Written 23 January 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Place that you can get almost what you looking for.. From cheapest to expensive all in you can get it here..Written 14 November 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- China Town Market or Petaling Street Market. Many narrow roads and alleys having hundreds of shops and stalls. Many stray sellers with artificial watches. This is the only place I found sugar cane juice in Malaysia. Do not forget to bargainWritten 23 September 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- one of the best places in KL to do shopping. Electronic goods are available at great deal here. Do visit here , recommendedWritten 25 December 2018
- We attended the street Sunday night, this street is a must for visitors, it is an assault on all the senses, the choices of food is incredible we chose a restaurant about half way into the street, the menu was in several languages, this was irrelevant as it was accompanied by photos, we chose a total of eight dishes between three of us, service was very quick, the food was piping hot and delicious. More than enough. A note of warning, my wife uses two crutches to get around, so I carry her handbag in this case as a rucksack on my back. On arrival back at our hotel her purse had been stolen. We lost cash, cards were in wallet. So be vigilant. Otherwise a great evening and excellent value.Written 2 October 2019
- If you want to experience a typical Asian wet market, the Pudu wet market is the right place to visit. From fruits, to vegetables, life chickens, frogs and all kinds of other meat, it’s all there. Busy, messy, lovely... There is a nice kopi tiam as well to enjoy a good cup of kopi and some food...Written 11 May 2019
- Walking to this bazaar before aftar, and you can get everything you want here, from malaysian food, indonesian, and many more. With Cheap price also.Written 5 June 2018
- Thank goodness our neighbourhood pasar malam (night market/ 夜市) operate on Friday evening for 20 years, with all my local favourites from apam balik (turnover pancake 曼煎糕 Ban Chang Kueh), chai tow kway (fried radish cake 煎萝卜糕), and of course my personal favourite stinky tofu (fried fermented tofu 臭豆腐) by friendly My Chou Dou Fu. When in doubt, follow the crowd.Written 5 February 2021
- Shop was closed when I went but manage to contact the owner to make an appointment. Worthwhile waiting out. Good wholesale rates and the product is of top quality. Do make an appointment to ensure the owner is there. U will get good and cheaper ratesWritten 29 August 2018
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