Those who follow my wife’s blog, this is not too different from hers.
Like how a friend described KSL Pasar Malam, it’s like Taipei’s Shilin Night Market or Bangkok’s Chatuchak Market, but Malaysia style.
Stall-owners will start to set up around 4pm but the entire street will only come to live around 7pm. From the way we see it, most of the stalls are probably setup by the house owners in front of their terrace houses. Such a convenient way to do business.
What can you find at the Pasar Malam?
Fruits – durians, mangoes, guavas, pineapples, jackfruits, etc..
Food – carrot cake, fried rice, kuehs, roast chickens / ducks, desserts, etc..
Wet market – yong tau fu, seafood, meat, vegetables, etc..
Others – pet fishes, clothing, etc..
But one word of advice for parents, if you are bringing kids like Jayne (less than 4 years old) be prepared to carry them most of the time and you may end up like me, not able to spend more time eating or buying from the stalls. Which is why, I will be going back to Pasar Malam without the kids. I want to try all the snacks, buy a few bermuda shorts or t-shirts…