Boys n girls will rush to you as soon as you enter the Square, persuading you to order food from their stall. It's a big area so we sat and ordered food from Stall #2. Very good food. Steamed fish, "Debel" curry aka "devil"curry with chicken and Malaysia' s staple food rice. All dishes are very good. The "Debel"curry was not as spicy as it should have been but nevertheless good. The stalls are all owned by the Portuguese which I personally think it's excellent. I spoke to several Portuguese people and all were upset that a multi-millionaire built a university at the border... viable from the Square. The government should have preserved this as a Portuguese Settlement but big money speaks loud and strong.
This Square is a must-visit for travellers even with that eyesore of a white university. People are extremely friendly.
Best time to visit is 29 June every year when they have Fiesta San Pedro... patron saint of the fishermen. Portuguese clad in colourful traditional costumes song and dance and the whole village comes alive.
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