On Saturday, there will be a night market situated behind Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman. There are hundreds of stalls selling clothes, food, toys and others.... food is excellent, as it is cheap and tasty. Stalls will be opened from 2pm till late night.
Malaysian's popular destination at night : Pasar Malam ( Night Market ) . Many good food, stuffs, fruits, etc. Skip your dinner and you'll enjoy all the local night market delicacies there. They have regular schedule at different places every day. A must go destination.
Beware of pickpocket!
This is not god's fish ball, this is for us human to eat as foods, delicious foods, very stylish to eat and walk at Pasar Malam, so that peoples won't notice you are actually a foreigner. One stick of fish ball cost RM1 only.
God's materials for burning into heaven for dead peoples is all available at Pasar Malam, tourists can buy some when visit Pasar Malam, not neccessary for religious reason, it can be seen as a piece of art also as souvenir.
Pasar Malam can be so variety in foods, mostly local foods and selling at super cheap prices, that's why when Malaysian said 'those are from Pasar Malam', meaning those things were cheap. Many rich peoples won't go to Pasar Malam, because the reason.
In Pasar Malam, one can easily buy some gods' materials for praying use, the cost of these things are not expensive, tourists can buy some as souvenir. Yeah as souvenir, why not, why tourists must only go to tourists place to buy what tourists expected to buy? For me, I bought some gods for myself when I was in India, the gods are beautiful, so I bought it.
Pasar Malam is on Thursday and Saturday, and is generally available in every residential area. Tourists usually neglected or perhaps not easy to locate the place especially when its in residential area. There is a huge sized Pasar Malam on Thursday night in Taman Connaught, tourists can take a cab from city centre pay roughy RM10.00 for a visit, remember its Thursday night at Taman Connaught without raining after 7pm to 11pm.
Pasar Malam (night market) is a must see. Why must see, because you can see some local peoples busy searching for local stuffs on the street at night, only at night, threfore its called night market. Night market is not daily, usually on Thursday and Saturday night, its open air, so don't go on rain.
The time to visit night market is during fruit season.
Jalan Masjid India - Saturday
Sentul - Friday
There is a Star-LRT station here. The night market covers a big T-shape.
Wangsa Maju seksyen 1 - Monday
Intrakota no. 49
Petaling Jaya seksyen 17 - Tuesday
Near UIA matriculation centre
Metro bus no. 12
Putraline bus from Asia Jaya Star-lrt station
Night Market. We found a “sidewalk café” next to the Swiss Inn (I’m being generous, b/c our table was in the street with cars passing less than 3 inches from the back of my chair – no exaggeration here). Our table full of women, was soon joined by a Spanish Frenchman (not a type-o), a guy from Yemen, and a student from Africa.
Great for shopping, people watching, and eating.
Hit the night market! K.L.'s is great: lots of food, lots of odd fruit to look at, lots of stuff to buy, and lots of fun.
Night markets have a long tradition in S.E. Asia, probably because the heat and humidity are more tolerable at that time of day.
More interesting god materials for tourists, don't miss the opportunity to grab some back home. You don't have many chances buying this kind of things, or you can visit taking photos for fun.