Kuala Kangsar Market
100 Cintra Street
As of recently, this property was being renovated, but usually the old house at 100 Cintra Street houses the tiny Peranakan Museum,...
There's lots of halal food available in the kitchen but, like all the locals in line, you shouldn't leave without trying the murtabak ,...
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Kuala Kangsar Market information
Here you'll find vendors dexterously folding and stuffing slippery chee cheong fun (broad rice noodles filled with prawns or meat); watching the creation of the dish is much easier than wrestling the noodles into your mouth (good luck). Wander through the lush veggie-and-fish market to snack on fruit and Chinese baked goods.