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pasar malam Pekan Kuah

colourful slices of cakes

Anybody who visits Langkawi should make Kuah Town one of the first stops. It’s because Kuah Town, where Kuah Jetty is located, is the place one could find the lowest priced goods.

pasar malam Pekan Kuah

ice cold drinks

No doubt, Langkawi is a tax-free island but this doesn’t mean that there is no price variation among businesses. However, if you are looking for brand name items, this is the wrong place to be. Those are found (and bought) at the Langkawi International Airport’s duty-free shops that offer a broad selection of items.

pasar malam Pekan Kuah

roti jala - four for RM1 only

However, this post is not about shopping in Kuah (Pekan Kuah) in general, but the night market specifically. It is open every Wednesday and Saturday. As you could see, it is utmost popular, particularly since this pasar malam featured on Astro not too long ago.

pasar malam Pekan Kuah

apam balek

If I thought that food sold at Ipoh’s night markets are already very budget-friendly, they are even more so here. A friend was raving about his deep-fried beef burger that was sold at RM1.50 only. It is certainly very different from conventional burgers. Alas, I do not consume beef due to religious purposes.

pasar malam Pekan Kuah

fried noodles in progress

This pasar malam Pekan Kuah very much reminded me of the Ramadhan Bazaars in Ipoh. Check out my photos and let me know if these scenes are similar to your neighbourhood night market too.

pasar malam Pekan Kuah

fried chicken - RM1 per piece only

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