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Pasar Malam or night markets happen weekly to serve the needs of the neighbouring communities. Street vendors set up their stalls along roads around 6.30pm on a particular day of the week, usually near a densely populated residential area. Everyday household items and clothing are sold at affordable prices next to mouth-watering street food.

Paying a visit to a night market is a perfect opportunity to sample local food, practice bargaining skills and maybe purchase a quirky t-shirt. It’s loud, bright, crowded and a great plunge into the local culture that will definitely leave an impression.

Pick a day or pick a place:
Monday – Maccallum Street
Tuesday – Tanjung Bungah
Wednesday – Farlim
Thursday – Batu Ferringhi
Friday – Jelutong
Saturday – Sungai Dua
Sunday – Paya Terubong