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Foreign tourists should get a glimpse of this wet market and see for yourself the types and sizes of seafood there especially their tiger prawns. If you feel it was clean enough for you, then you could buy and eat there. Just remember to bargain,...More
A market such as this one is not to be missed as it has sights, many characters selling their produce, local people pushing and shoving, kids playing and of course the smells, some good and some not so good.The market had various sections including a...More
A bit dis organish but adventuress ,dirty a bit smelly,young children begging,but the food is reasonably fresh sea food is ok not sure from the wild or farmed fish srimps,lobster etc .for the rest eat with your hands washing available on the table price ok...More
The undercover market has many stalls with a lot of the same stuff...T-shirt’s, sarongs, jewelry and magnets. The street markets are very similar with shirts,bags, etc. bought 4 replica shirts of good quality for 30 MR which is about 10 AUD for all four. If...More
It was fine. As a solo traveler, I was hoping for lots of stalls with small snacks, but it's mostly sit down meals. You can find filling rice dishes for 6 ringgit, or nice seafood meals for 10 times the cost. Some children begging and...More