Langkawi Sunday Night Market

Langkawi Sunday Night Market is one of the most popular attraction in Langkawi.

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Night markets in Langkawi are truly a daily affair. Held each day of the week, visitors can find them in popular locations such as Padang Matsirat, Pantai Cenang and Kuah. Known to the locals as pasar malam, they are lively affairs with many local traders installing makeshift stalls along the road, displaying various assortments of knick knacks and wares. Easy on the wallet, these lively markets provide a myriad of affordable clothes, trinkets, sunglasses, DVDs, paintings and fresh produce. The best part? Most of the prices can be brought down further through bargaining with the vendors! Do take caution as many of the goods that you see here such as handbags and wallets are often fake.  Can’t get enough of good food? You will be pleased to know that tantalising treats are in abundance at these local markets. With an ever bustling atmosphere and good eats lurking at every corner, you’ll be hard pressed to avoid not nibbling away at something. Sample various Malay delicacies such a keropok lekor (fish crackers), fried noodles, pisang goreng (fried bananas), nasi ayam (chicken rice) and nasi lemak. Priced between the sweet spot of RM2 to RM8, night markets are truly the cheapest places on the island to enjoy local treats.  Some of the more popular offerings here include chicken satay, murtabak, grilled seafood, lemongrass chicken on sticks, green mango salad and fresh fruit juices. Do take note that some dishes are known to be really spicy and touch to stomach. Its cheap price point makes this a favourite amongst the working crowd who often come here after a hard day’s work. Two people can easily have a filling meal for a total of RM15! With good food and a wealth of products on sale, night markets are truly a must-see for travelers and locals alike who love nothing more than a rewarding shopping experience.    Conveniently Located Near The Smith House Located just a 5 minutes walk away from The Smith House, you can easily reach the Padang Matsirat night market and enjoy shopping right away.