One Monday night, as I was wandering around the Pasar Malam (night market), I've came to a decision that if I have a foreign friend visiting Malaysia, I'll definitely bring them here. From the way people carry themselves, the language, the food etc... The night market is indeed the living text book of Malaysian Lifestyle 101. Last Monday, I finally had the chance to show Azusa around!
It rained. Stopped and rained again. Sorry if the pictures are badly taken. I'm too lazy to adjust the colors and all.
Azusa looks satisfied with her Lychee flavored drink
We were kinda hungry too, so we bought Popiah (Spring Roll) from Stadium Popiah
Close up of a Popiah
There's also keropok lekor (Fish sausage?/ Fish flavored chips?) Taste a little fishy but goes really well with chili sauce
Fruits rojak, our very own salad with spicy peanut dressing. A little too spicy in my opinion
Lok Lok, which is the street steamboat. People would pick whatever food they want and deep it inside boiling water or sometimes boiling sauce. It's gaining lots of attention these days.
There's a variety of pastries to choose from too in night markets. Ahh..these cakes are so nostalgic. Used to love these cakesback then when I was a kid.
One thing different about night market in Malaysia and other places is you get to buy fruits, vegetables, fresh fishes, meat etc here.
Big fishes..probably free from oil spill?
There were also non edible goods such as household products, clothes, accessories and toys to name a few. Not forgetting a whole lot of counterfeit goods and bootleg DVD/ PC, PS games
Ding Ding Dang Dang accessories
Anyway, it started raining quite heavily, so we quickly grab on our very last meal, 'Fried Ice cream' before making a move
It's hot outside and cold in the inside.
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