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We went to both the Sunday and Tuesday night markets at different venues. We had a fun time exploring the many stalls and tasting all that they had to offer e.g. satay, Mee goreng, murtabak, Nasi kandar etc... The coconut milkshake was also really delicious....More
Not really worth the special trip from the tourist side of the Island.... But if you're heading out to see Eagle square, you might as well check out the markets on the same night. It didn't really compare to the night markets in places like...More
We were staying in Pantai Cenang and as we hadn’t been to Kuah thought it would kill 2 birds with 1 stone to visit the night market which is in Kuah on Saturdays. It was 30 minutes and cost rm22 by Grab cab each way....More
The market moves around the island so may as well drop by if it’s convenient. Lots of different fare on offer so makes sense to try a selection. Limited or no seating however so be prepared to walk and eat.
It was definitely an interesting experience that I would recommend to try. Especially if you are interested in discovering new foods, drinks and people watch. Massive amount of locals enjoyng all this there, as well as some tourists. Do not go there after dinner- do...More
We went to the Saturday night market which featured around 80-100 stalls each serving up local Malay food at cheap prices.
Most meals were around 2rm each. The portions are small which is great as you can sample a variety of foods and drinks.
Must bargain if you really want to get good deal. Bought clothes and had dinner on of the nights during a 4D3N stay recently. One of the burger station opposite Langkawi Parade is a good deal. Worth for the portion. A must visit place if...More