Malaysia – Night Market the Malaysian way (3)

Welcome back! Last part of my posting on my walk in Chow Yang SS2 night market.

People standing and eating lok lok from a mobile lok lok stall.

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Many choices to choose from to eat for your supper.

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More biscuits to choose from.

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Ladies accessories…..

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People still walking about with their family and kids and enjoying the walkabout and eating or buying that ‘strike’ their eyes or stomach.

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This stall selling the young famous ginger which is used to cook dishes for ladies who are in confinement after delivery.

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People sitting, eating and enjoying their supper.

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Hope you like it. It is slightly different from the night market in Taiwan but it does get people or families out for an evening walk and enjoying a family evening outing.

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9 thoughts on “Malaysia – Night Market the Malaysian way (3)

  1. I love the night market in Malaysia! They are very different from the ones in Thailand. They are a little harder to barter with, but the prices are more fair!

    • Thanks. I believe the night market in Spore will be slightly different from Malaysia. Guess that the uniqueness of the night market in each asian countries. It is never identically the same. =)

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