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The night market is the best, cheapest and most interesting place in KK for barbecued squid, ray and a vast selection of delicious...
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Night Market information
Huddled beneath Le Méridien hotel, the northeast end of the market is a huge hawker centre where you can eat your way through every Malay dish in the book, while the fish-and-food market behind extends to the waterfront. Think row upon row of bug-eyed bream, tuna, tiger prawns and red snapper and everything in between…a rainbow of silver and pink scales; the oddly intoxicating scent of saltwater, death, blood and spices intensifying the closer you get to the water.