Ipoh Walk: A Night Bazaar

1. Ipoh Walk Night Bazaar
1. Ipoh Walk Night Bazaar

Ipoh Walk Night Bazaar is supposed to be Ipoh’s latest attraction as it is slated to be the largest night bazaar in Malaysia. I have visited this night bazaar after its soft launch in September and subsequently after its grand opening in December last year.

2. another food stall
2. another food stall
3. kacang putih
3. kacang putih
4. JS Western Food
4. JS Western Food

At this point in time, Ipoh Walk Night Bazaar is far from being the largest bazaar in the country, day or night, and they certainly need more time to build up. The question is, how much time is required and will the community continues to support it until they have achieved that status?

5. Chew Chew Chow Tofu
5. Chew Chew Chow Tofu
6. Oishi Bento
6. Oishi Bento
7. drinks stall
7. drinks stall

These photos shared today were taken over a period of time from a number of visits. As you can see, a lot of stalls are still unoccupied. However, this doesn’t mean that Ipoh Walk Night Bazaar isn’t worth our time. At this juncture, there are already plenty of things to buy and food to eat!

8. House of Lee Wah Dim Sum
8. House of Lee Wah Dim Sum
9. noodles stall
9. noodles stall
10. YN Therapy
10. YN Therapy

Ipoh Walk Night Bazaar opens from 4pm to 1am (Tues to Thurs) and 4pm to 3am (Fri to Sun). Closed on Mondays. My recommendation is to go after 8pm, as there would be more choices available. Check out some of these photos.

 11. games area
11. games area
 12. games for children
12. games for children
13. uncovered walking path
13. uncovered walking path

Did you notice that the walking path is uncovered? That’s not very friendly to customers especially when the weather is wet. I personally think that it would be a better shopping experience if the entire area was covered with a huge canopy.

14. fashion stall
14. fashion stall
15. pre-loved clothes
15. pre-loved clothes
16. pre-loved bags
16. pre-loved bags

What are your views? Have you visited Ipoh Walk Night Bazaar yet?

17. property promotion
17. property promotion
18. the Milo truck has arrived
18. the Milo truck has arrived

Ipoh Walk Night Bazaar

Business hours:
4pm – 1am (Tues – Thurs)
4pm – 3am (Fri – Sun)

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IpohWalk/

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With love

8 thoughts on “Ipoh Walk: A Night Bazaar

  1. This Ipoh night bazaar looks so much fun. I do really like to visit this kind of night market and tried to eat in street foods.

  2. I love visiting night bazaars because its the opportunity to check new items and foods. And also it is good for the community!

  3. Dear Emily, sad to know that this place is close.

    Did you know why this place close, is it because of mismanagement or the tenant or no “ong” ?

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