Malaysia – Night Market the Malaysian way (1)

Yesterday, I brought my Taiwan colleague to see the night market in Malaysia. I guess you may have heard, seen or been to a night market in Taiwan as it is so well known. Example like Shihlin in Taipei or Liuhe in Koahsiung or Fengjia Night Market in Taichung.

Well today I am going to share with you the typical night market scene in Malaysia. This is the Chow Yang SS2 night market. The size of the market…. well do not expect it to be huge like the Taiwan ones but it is good enough to capture your stomach and also your pockets. 😊

We had to park our car quite a distance as there wasn’t any parking close by as it was located within a housing area. It was good excuse for an exercise after a heavy dinner (I will be posting the place where we ate; Dinner – Restaurant Murni SS2 in my food blog)

The stall was selling fresh jack fruit. What is jack fruit you may ask….

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This is jack fruit. Inside it, it has many little pieces which were attach to the center.

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It has a firm texture and sweet in taste with a seed in the center which you can’t eat.

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Stall selling fresh buns from the oven. Lots of variety to choose from.

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You want to try the local pastries? This stall sells pastries.

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….. they also have a stall selling praying incense; joss stick.

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More pastries…..

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Fruits? Well not local fruits but more of imported fruits like oranges, apples, cherries, grapes….. as they quite popular among the locals.

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Want to see more? Then stay tune……

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22 thoughts on “Malaysia – Night Market the Malaysian way (1)

  1. Looks great – I’m going to a Thai market today so it’ll be interesting to see how similar they are πŸ™‚

  2. Oh yeah the stands remind me Taiwan!! My home town is just in Taipei!! Shilin night market!! I should also go see different kinds of night market out there;)

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