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Exploring Sibu, Sarawak, Malaysia – The Night Market

By on April 16, 2014 in General

I like a good market… Be it a day market, or a night market.

Sibu, as do most towns in Malaysia, has a night market, and in this case it seems to be on every night.

The market is fairly typical in that it sells the usual range of things, stuff for the house, clothes, shoes, odds and ends, fruit and vegetables (no meat or fish, you need the covered market for that) and LOTS of food…

P1130427The night market – the ‘food section’

P1130412Things on sticks…

P1130413Even more things on sticks… Tried these – liked them

P1130414Curries…

P1130417Steamed things…

P1130418More steamed things…

Tried the steamed white bun things (second one down), very good…

P1130420Bits of pig

P1130422Drinks – not too sure about the colour

P1130423More steamed buns…

P1130429And even more steamed things

P1130431Fruit and Veg at the Night Market

P1130432Curries and dips…

Good night market, lots of excellent food on offer… I really must find out what I am eating!

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