Monday, 3 June 2013

Masjid India Night Market, Kuala Lumpur

Pasar Malam, night market or night bazaar is a business which normally start from evening until night. This kind of market is very popular especially in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia, and normally located nearby residential area. 


Varieties of foods in Pasar Malam, Jalan Masjid India
Going to Pasar Malam is one of the weekly-must-do activity for some peopleor family. As for me, going to Pasar Malam was such a very delightful activities with the excitement of seeing nice foods, fruits, clothing and the multi-race crowd.

One of my best Pasar Malam is the Saturday Night Market which is located along the Masjid India Street and Tuanku Abdul Rahman Street. This night market is very accessible via LRT (the nearest station is LRT Masjid Jamek) and its 5 minutes walking to this night market. Normally this market will start crowded as early as 6.00pm with peak time in between 8.00pm to 9.00pm. 


Murtabak Maggi, Pasar Malam Masjid India
Murtabak Maggi, Pasar Malam Masjid India
If you ask me about what is so special in this Pasar Malam? Nothing different compared to other Pasar Malam in Kuala Lumpur. The only different here is the size is bigger with more choices. It can be a good place to find varieties of Malaysian and western style foods or savouries such as Grilled Stew, Mee Bandung, Kebab, Popia (Spring roll), Laksa, Nasi Dagang, Grilled Corn, Chocolate Cake, Home-made Pizza, Otak-Otak, Nasi Kerabu, Pickle fruits and more. 



When you get thirsty, you can get various kind of drinks here such as herbal tea, cendol, longan drinks, soy drinks and more. Besids, you also can have other stuffs such as clothing; t-shirt, babies clothing, hand bags, Deuter & The North Face bags, not to say, the fake gadgets; smart phones which been said as Samsung and Apple products. 


Ice Blended, Pasar Malam Masjid India
More drinks, Pasar Malam Masjid India
If you want to go to this market, remember the below info:

Nearest LRT: Masjid Jamek Station
Day: Every Saturday, each week
Time: 6.00pm to 11.00pm


East to the west, north to the south. All foods from
different states of Malaysia you can get it here
Thanks again to Christopher for joining me during this Pasar Malam trip. please LIKE his photography page at 祥發 Photography for more photos and sharing.