I didn't expect Putrajaya to have a night market (pasar malam) right in the middle of the concrete jungle of government offices until i saw it with my own eyes. To my surprise, it was a big one! Not only it's well organised, it's also very clean, with spacious walkways and friendly vendors.
Since my wife was attending discussion at church, my two good friends and I decided to check this place out and do some night photography. It was around 9.30pm when we reached there and the market was bustling with activities. Young and not-so-young, tall and short, big and small, all came to buy some stuff and fill their empty tummy.
Lots of fresh vegetables.
Great variety of seafood to be purchased.
Even an awesome number of potted plants were available at good price.
I was surprised to see this whole 'ekor' of roasted lamb! And the abang was shy-shy-cat when our lenses were pointing at him.
Our favourite kind of stall: The fruit stalls.
We stopped here. I bought 3 kilos of freshly plucked mangosteen for RM10 only. Ah Hock the flamingo (far right) and his 'un-identical twin' bought kilos of mangosteen and pulasan.
Tadaaaa....... sata is available here!! Now i don't have to travel all the way to the east coast to enjoy this delicacy!
For those of you who haven't been there, go! go! go! It's situated right in front of the Ministry of Finance building.