Shopping in Malaysia is nothing but a dream come true. You get to choose from a variety of beautiful products and everything under budget. It’s a shopping paradise where you do not have to stop yourself from buying too much. We have listed down the best markets of Malaysia where you can shop at affordable prices.
5 Best Street Markets of Malaysia
Central Market, Kuala Lumpur
The Central Market in Kuala Lumpur is a stunning place for arts and crafts lovers. It’s as old as 120 years is recognized by the National Heritage Department as a Heritage Site. The market has everything from locket-sized embroidery pieces to Impressionist paintings.
Gaya Street Sunday Market, Kota Kinabalu
This market is held from 6:30 am to 1:00 pm on Sundays in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. Indulge in an incredible shopping experience here with a great collection of batik sarongs, Malaysian food, potted plants, anchovies and a lot more.
Hin Bus Pop-Up Sunday Market, Penang
It is comparatively smaller than other street markets but this is where you can find trendiest stuff in George Town in pocket friendly prices. The management committee of the market encourages local arts which makes this place a cozy hub to see the local arts and crafts culture of Malaysia. Here you can buy woodworking houses, kefirs, hand-stitched pochettes, and also visit the art gallery.
Petaling Street, Kuala Lumpur
Petaling Street is the best place for shopaholics as it has huge number of vendors selling a variety of goods in front of restaurants. but here you will have to make the best use of your bargaining skills to get the quoted price of the stuff you want to buy down. This market has everything from the imitation products of big brands, stylish hand bags, trendy clothes, phone covers –you name it and it’s there.
Wakaf Che Yeh Pasar Malam, Kelantan
This night market enriched with Thai influence is in Kotha Bharu, Kelantan. It’s the best choice to shop for pasang, denim jeans and authentic Thai food. It is very cheap and will definitely not burn even a hole in your pocket.
So, when are you heading to Malaysia to satisfy the shopaholic in you?