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Highly recommend the night market at the fish quay. All fresh, barbecued to order at great prices.
Large prawns at MYR20 for 500 grams, that’s less than $7 Sing.
We followed up with a nice fresh fish for the same price.
My second time here...More
The night markets along the Waterfront in Kota Kinabalu are a splash of colour and culture with a wide range of goods and produce at very cheap prices. The markets create an excellent opportunity to try local fruits, vegetables, seafood, coffee, spices and snacks. RM...More
Experience the Sabah local with Philippine and Java combination food culture. Many different friendly races, and also sell a lot of cheap local product compared to the nice looking local shop.
Price can be as cheap as RM10 for 3 bags of snacks, to RM5...More
Went here after spending time to see nd witness the sunset in the waterfront.
Night market s like choose the food you wanted to be cooked and they do it for u..
Fresh seafoods are nice.
Lots of choices too
It‘s a really authentic food market! If you want to experience the food culture of Malaysia, you should definitly go there. Now I read some bad reviews about that it‘s dirty and that people should stay away. If you‘re not traveling to see how the...More
There are different stalls selling seafood (cooked to order), fruits (such as durian), vegetables, snacks and even grilled meats. The food seemed safe to eat, especially if they are cooked or grilled in front of you. Most of the prices are reasonable (we didn't try...More
We stumbled across this fish market and very glad that we found it. It is around a 10min walk along the harbour from Jesselton jetty. There are around 5 different vendors that have many different types of fish and molluscs laid out at the front...More