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Must Visit place when u travel to Kuala Terengganu. Local attraction place and the place pack during peak hour which 10am-4pm
Its a Pasar when u can find everything such as Vegetable, food and drink, jewellary, garment and household item.
Their speciality are Terengganu Food...More
A combination of wet market, local arts and crafts, jewelery shops and knick knacks.
Haggling is compulsory for fabrics and clothings but it is worthy of the efforts. amazing handpainted silk fabrics and woven songket, the must-buy items.
fresh food and keropok lekor available on...More
If there is a place to summarize the culture of Terengganu, it is pasar payang.
A place where you get to buy all traditional snacks and homemade food. Mare fresh daily. Or if you would like to either cruncy keropok or sweety hot keropok
I did not have a pleasant experience visiting this place. The main entrance was in bad condition and not welcoming at all. This place is extremely Overcrowded with goods and sellers who sells the same items. No pedestrian crossing to this market and have to...More
I found the place smelly, very congested and extremely hot. Hardly any ventilation. However, you can get lots of things there if you don't mind the conditions. Fresh fruits, tidbits, local delicacies, dry and wet food, batik, souvenirs etc. It is alright to go once...More
Love 💗 here not because I wanna shopping 🛒🛍 for souvenirs 🎁💝 from my trip, but I enjoyed my walking 🚶🏻♀️ in this wet cum dry market place & observed the local people & life here 😃😁
Met lots of friendly local people & no...More
1. this place is also a functioning wet market and its open early. Went there for batik shopping at 8, and the shops are mostly opened
2. It is located about 4-5 minutes by walk from Central Busa Station
3. its a place where you...More
Though this place a wide range of local best such as seafood base products like infamous keropok lekor, keropok ikan, belacan and etc...they also offered household rations such as varieties of rice to choose from...But is the crowd puller is their batik textile and songkets....A...More