You can buy anything on Petaling street: perfume, clothes, DVDs, handmade souvenirs. You name it. However the fun is really about the game of cat and mouse between buyer and seller. Drive a hard bargain and you may surprise yourself!
A new midnight bazaar is now operating daily right in the heart of KL, from 9pm-2m, at Jalan Jelatek, off Jalan Ampang (the road where the KLCC, with the Petronas Twin Towers, is located)!
What to buy: Apparently faux designer stuff!
What to pay: Apparently below Petaling Street (China Town) prices
The store is located at KL Sentral Lobby. KL Sentral is the station for all the coaches to KLIA and LCT, trains, LRT, monorail and local buses across Kuala Lumpur, Petaling Jaya. You can do your last minute shopping before departure or after arrival.
What to buy: Chocolates and all kind of sweets come with a design cup or box of your choice. You can pick your choice of goodies and wrappers.
What to pay: Between USD1.00 and USD10.00
Night Market or Pasar Malam is an open-air street market on certain nights of the week at various locations in the city and its suburbs. Make-shift stalls are set-up on the designated areas where roads are closed to traffic. The Pasar Malam traders make brisk business peddling their wares at bargain prices. One can find almost everything here from food and groceries to clothing and gadgets. One too cannot be mistaken by the crowd, noise and smell of a Pasar Malam. There will be family walking abreast holding hands, the shouts by traders dinning in your ears and the smell of glorious different food enticing your nostril. Operating hours are usually between 6.00pm and midnight. Here are some of the more popular Night Markets in the city:
> Taman Tun Dr. Ismail – Sundays
> Bangsar Baru (Jalan Telawi) – Sundays
> Lorong Tuanku Abdul Rahman – Saturdays
> Petaling Street – nightly
> Pasar Minggu Kampung Baru – Saturdays
What to buy: Almost everything here from food and groceries to clothing and gadgets
What to pay: Except for food items, prices for other wares must be bargained downwards from between 10% and 20% off the initial offer. Some adventurous shoppers might even bargain lower especially for counterfeit items such as watches and DVDs.
chow kit market is located along jalan tun abd rahman ie TAR rd
part of kg baru
What to buy: durians!!!!
and all sorts of other produce ie fruits veggies fishes meat poultry etc etc
What to pay: negotiate ie ask for bestest n freshest durian, enjoy the durian, then pay!
at most m$ double digit, n it is well worth it!!!!
The picture show up here is Rambutan. And they have one of the mental illness hospital call the same name. Tanjung Rambutan.
What to buy: I just can't believed that their fruit is so cheap here. They count by KG not LB. Once I brought the fruit name call " Do KU" ( sounds like that) I pay for RM10 and I got one huge plastic bag of it. My friends wondering that I will bring it back to Hong Kong. But I am not, I a just don't know they count by KG not LB.
What to pay: Cash only, no credit card please!
These night market stands line the roads of KL after dark. Theyr'e fun and crowded; packed with locals and tourists alike.
What to buy: You will be able to find food, t-shirts, pirated CDs, VCDs, designer sunglasses, cheap toys, simple electronics, cheap jewelery, and much more.
What to pay: As little as US $2 up.
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