7 Best Pasar Malam in Kuala Lumpur and Klang Valley For Each Day

Hi foodie! Did you read our article on the best street foods in KL and wonder where to get all the amazing street food? If that’s the case, you should keep on reading! Here’s a list of some of the famous night market in KL and Klang Valley from Monday to Sunday

Famous night market in KL and Klang Valley from Monday to Sunday 

Get your tummy and fans ready! You’re going to want to try all the street snacks they have available and we guarantee you that it’s going to be hot because it’s always filled with people!


Monday: Pasar Malam SS2

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Situated near SS2 Foodcourt, this night market is a must go for those who grew up around the area! The market begins from 5pm till 10pm and it is filled with things from phone cases to popiah. Most of the things in this night market are considerably cheap.

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This night market is particularly famous for the Apam Balik that cost RM1- both thin and crispy and thick and soft are available. Another famous snack in this market is their Bakwa Sandwiches. Selling at RM3.70 per serving, the buttered bread is heated on a skillet with a choice of egg and then filled with chicken floss, chilli sauce, dried meat and cucumber.

Moreover, you can also find the famous Sungai Buloh pancake at RM1.20 in this market!

Address: Jalan SS 2/64, SS 2, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

Tuesday: Pasar Malam Sri Petaling

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This night market is spread around separate streets. Food vans here set up tables and chairs for their customers to enjoy eating and drinking on the spot. It is a place to reminisce some childhood memories as this market offers plenty of old-school food and it opens from 5pm until late so it is perfect for your late night “yum cha” session.

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You can find snacks like pork and leek dumplings as well as nasi lemak in this market. Among the famous snacks of this market includes the taufu bakar – served with Penang special spicy sauce in rojak style – which can be bought at RM4.50.

Other than that, the deep fried mushrooms, which are sold at RM3.50 per serving, are also popular among the locals. One of the “must trys” in this market is the deep fried nien kou – bite-sized sweetened glutinous rice cake so be sure not to miss it when you visit this market!

Address: Jalan Radin Tengah, Sri Petaling, 57000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Wednesday: Pasar Malam Taman Connaught

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Ever wondered how big a night market can be? This particular night market is known for being one of the longest night markets in KL! The market stretches up to 2km and it will take you more than an hour to finish exploring the market. It has approximately 700 stalls, all serving various types of interesting snacks, clothes and other accessories.

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This night market also holds some of the more unique snacks such as bubble egg waffles, cola chicken, cartoon cakes, gold leaf ice cream and many more! Be sure to try all the unique snacks right here in Pasar Malam Taman Connaught!

Address: Jalan Cerdas, Taman Connaught, 56000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Thursday: Plaza Mont Kiara Fiesta Nite Market

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This isn’t your usual night market that can be found along the streets but rather, this night market places itself around the fountain courtyard of Plaza Mont Kiara from 3pm to 10pm. This night market consist of more than 50 stalls offering Flora, Fragrance, Fabric,Food,Fruit, and Fictional books.

It is a great place for people who are looking for a carnival atmosphere. Be sure to be on the lookout for the California Cookie Company to get the softest chocolate chip cookies in KL!

Address: Unit E-01-21, Block E Plaza Mont’Kiara, NO.2, Jalan Mont’Kiara, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Friday: Pasar Malam Seksyen 3 Kota Damansara

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Located on Jalan Teknologi 3/6A, this night market takes up both sides of the road. This night market host stalls that sell groceries, clothes, and a variety of food such as roti bom, nasi campur, char kuey teow, takoyaki and kuih.

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This pasar malam closes at 9pm, earlier than the usual night markets. So head on over early to get the fullest experience from this night market!

Address: 58, Jalan Teknologi 3/9, Kota Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

Saturday: Pasar Malam Setia Alam

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This pasar malam is officially the longest pasar malam in Malaysia. It is 2.3km long and it is recorded in the Malaysia Book of Records! The types of stalls it host serves a blend of Chinese and Malay cuisine with a little bit of everything else.

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Foodies can get food like Okonomiyaki -Japanese pancakes,  takoyaki – fried octopus balls, and Korean ddeobokki – spicy rice cakes from this market at a price below RM 10! Just like Taman Connaught, you can also find a variety of unique snacks such as the macaron ice cream, cubes tart and many more!

This night market is a tourist magnet and it operates from 6pm to 11pm. So get your comfy shoes because you’re going to be walking quite a distance to explore the entire market!

Address: Jalan Setia Prima A U13/A, Setia Alam, 40170 Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia

Sunday: Pasar Malam Taman Megah

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If you can’t stand walking among a sea of people and would prefer a smaller crowd, this is the night market for you. Located near Ming Tien food court, this night market does not get as many visits as compared to the one in SS2.

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Foodies can enjoy food such as char kuoy teow, char kuoy kak, BBQ oyster and cakes at their own pace. Furthermore, this night market opens from 5pm to 10pm. Some of the recommended food to try from this night market includes Only One Nyonya Rice, Cheras Giant Pau and UCO cakes. So be sure to keep an eye out for these amazing treats!


There you have it, folks! A complete list of which pasar malam to go to each day. Did we miss out on one that you regularly visit? Got a better suggestion? Leave a comment below to let us know!

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