Pasar malam or the night market are pretty much common nowadays. In Ipoh, you may find a few pasar malam each night in different location and the common visited pasar malam are;
Monday - Ipoh Jaya (near Gunong Rapat)
Tuesday - Medan Ipoh (behind Jusco)
Wednesday - Stadium Ipoh (U're not from Ipoh if u don't know)
Thursday - Taman SPPK (head off straigth from Jalan Pasir Puteh)
Friday - First Garden (near Jelapang)
Saturday - Menglembu (near the flats)
Sunday - Taman Cempaka (off the Tiger Lane)
Since the night market switching from one place to another every night, it would ensure that it get fresh visitors from the near by housing on that location. I always visit the Pasar Malam at Taman SPPK sinc it was the nearest to my home.
I simply love the food here. It may not be sometime to fill up my hungry appetite but I would be able to eat many differrent types of snacks here.
Apam balik. This sweet and crispy rolls is made of mixture of coconut milk and flour.
Uh, banana! Good for digestion in case you haven't been outputting your prrrt since.
I always buy some bread from this stall for breakfast on the next morning. They have so many types of bread and bun here, sausage bun, whole meal, cakes and so on.
Fry Chestnut. Its delicious but I was a lil bit lazy to break the freaking shell. The peddler also cannot fry lots of chestnut each time so the customers would have to wait. Well, its worth the wait to enjoy such a delicious, nuts.
Decoration lightings are everywhere before the Chinese New Year. It have been another new culture to hang flashy lighting as decoration at home along the festive month.
This stall is selling the dried meat and meat floss. There is also this dried meat bun where is was prepare instantly upon order. The hot steamed bun filled with a piece of dried meat and you should request to add some meat floss too. Just eat is while it was hot and you know what I mean.
There is this uncle who is selling flowers and plants. The plants was just too familiar to me as it comes from Cameron Highlands.
Fried Ice. It is just some blended ice mixed with coconut. The same fried ice while I post in the previous blog of Cameron Highlands was using strawberry instead. It's unique.
I'm a loyal customer to this fruit juice stall. I always order the fresh orange with plum without sugar syrup which my wifey recommend. Well, if you happen to saw me in pasar malam, maybe I would treat you a fruit juice all right.
Garments. In pasar malam, you only get to chose and buy the garments here and testing is not available. Well, unless you want to strip in the open air. But then, you could still ask for replacement later on, in case it doesn't fit.
This is the famous Honey Chicken BBQ stall. The auntie in winking at me as I'm snaping a photo at her stall.
Looks delicious right, indeed it was really yummy. There are chicken wing and whole drumstick available. Wah, looking back at this photo makes my saliva dripping liao.
This is the famous laksa stall in the pasar malam. The same stall also selling fry Wanton and Tofu.
Lok-Lok has become increasingly expensive nowadays. At 50 cent a stick, $5.00 don't seem able to cure the addiction for this delicious lok-lok.
Mini pancakes (tai kow min). I love this one with extra peanuts and corn too. Its small it just too tempting to resist.
Petai or smelly bean is a seasonal item. It is usually prepared by frying it with chilli paste(sambal). Not everyone could withstand the smell and the after-effect of consuming this bean is horrifying.
After this petai going through the digestion system, it will become a highly-toxicated waste and when the person disposing it in the toilet, it will pollute the entire space with its toxicated smell. Yet, this is one of the local favourite food. Ask you die or not?
Look at these pretty pies. I never really tried this pie before but it does looks cute and delicious.
Fashionable shoes for the ladies.
There are also this Siamese delicacies.
Pan cake (Tai Kow Min) This is the large version of the above mini pan cake. This is a famous stall of the pasar malam and there are always crowd surrounding the stall awaiting for its delicious pan cake.
Yup, not to forget about the kids stuff. Thing funny looking rotating mechanism like toya attracted my attention.
Wink wink. Did you saw all the Hot chicks there. I think the way they're displaying it beat the hell out those in the supermarket.
There just much more to enjoy on a pasar malam instead of buying or eating the delicious local delicacies, it is a place for cuci mata too. Cuci mata is a malay term which when directly translated would mean cleaning eyes. So, how do we clean our eyes here in the pasar malam?
Of course it means looking at the LengLui and Lengchai there.
Weekend at Sungai Klah Hot Spring Park
It has been a tiring working week. With so much issue in the line which never seems to come to an end and tonnes of assignments which never seems would finish. So much headache and I really wanted to set free and relax my mind.
My Brother In Laws Nursery
This is the story about my brother in law's nursery and farm in Ringlet, Cameron Highlands.
Arcade games of the past
Some of the well known arcade games which I enjoyed during my teenage time
Nasi Ganja - Addictive as Marijuana
The infamous addictive curry rice of Ipoh. What makes this food so addictive as it was like Marijuana!
Big Apple Donut Kinta City
While Krispe Kreme and J.Co is being well known for their delicious donut, Big Apple is another new face in the donut maket and it is available at Kinta City, Ipoh.
The Lost World of Tambun at Sunway City Ipoh
Just spent another day at Ipoh's premier water park.
Kizuna Japanese Restaurant
There has been quite an amount of Japanese Restaurant operating around the Medan Ipoh lately and the Kizuna was one of the good one.
Fo Guang Shan Dong Zen Temple
The beauty of Fo Guang Shan Dong Zen Temple Flora Festival 2007.