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A Visual Tour of Kuala Lumpur's Little India Saturday Night Market

Malaysia's Saturday Night Market Is a Foodie Paradise

Recently reader FinnLover traveled to the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur. While visiting the vast city, she spent one Saturday night hitting up Little India's weekly street market. With its incredible diversity — there are stalls that serve Thai, Chinese, Malaysian, Western, and Indonesian cuisine — Finn describes the event as the "biggest food celebration ever." It took her two hours to walk from one end of the market to the other, but along the way she snapped an amazing array of photos.

Lucky for us, she shared the images in the Savory Sights group on the community page. Want your mouth-watering images to be featured on YumSugar? Join the group and start participating in the YumSugar community. To check out all of FinnLover's deliciously visual Malaysian market experience, keep reading

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Meike Meike 6 years
I love, love, love markets and all those food photos. If this keeps up, I think I'll have to start visiting YumSugar as often as I visit my other favorite food blogs.
Twinkle1 Twinkle1 6 years
Awesome pictures, Finn. :medal:
CoconutPie CoconutPie 6 years
lynnypoo - I was in KL two weeks before and during Ramadan and these pictures were taken before Ramadan started. It is true though that it gets even more fantastic during Ramadan. We have had some wonderful meals. :)
lynnypoo lynnypoo 6 years
Wow, those are nice pictures. Being Malaysian, I tend to take these markets for granted. There's also a reason for the many varieties that FinnLover photographed - right now is the fasting month of Ramadan for the Muslim community - Muslims fast for the bigger part of the day, and only eat after about 7pm onwards. So over this entire period, the markets will be full of goodies for us Malaysians :)
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