Central Market, Kuala Lumpur

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matryoshka dolls
matryoshka dolls lookalike

The afternoon I was there, most shoppers were foreigners. Central Market is certainly a great place to pick up souvenirs; one is truly spoilt for choice. The locals went for the food, instead. I understand that some evenings, there are performances or demonstrations. Unfortunately, I had to give the evening cultural performance a miss as I had to leave for Ipoh.

sand art in bottle
sand art in bottle

traditional costumes
traditional dresses

Central Market is a place that’s perfect for a window shopper like me. There are just so many trinkets to browse through, a short visit is insufficient to admire all the handiwork for sale. Luckily I wasn’t shopping for a gift or it would take up more time!

wood carving
wood carvings

local handicraft
button badges waiting to be personalized

Central Market is a no-smoking building that is open daily from 10am to 9.30pm. Admission is free but visitors have to pay for parking.

Central Market Kuala Lumpur
Central Market stage

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