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30 Oct

What I found at Little Penang Street Market

This post is a little overdue but I just want to share some pictures I took of the monthly bazaar of Little Penang Street Market.

The cultural performance at the Little Penang Street Market

The cultural performance at the Little Penang Street Market

I simply love this stall selling various beautiful crystal jewellry

I simply love this stall selling various beautiful crystal jewellry and yes, I bought something from this stall

The uncle who uses all sorts of paper to recycle and fold into aeroplanes

The uncle who uses all sorts of paper to recycle and fold into aeroplanes

My son is terrified of lion dance but he seemed intriqued by this small puppet version

My son is terrified of lion dance but he seemed intriqued by this small puppet version

There are now quite a few food stalls there too

There are now quite a few food stalls there

There is a stall selling plants too

There is a stall selling plants too

My son wondering why these two little boys are sitting inside the small enclosure of the display board

My son wondering why these two little boys are sitting inside the small enclosure of the display board (and yes, they are all holding the recycled-paper aeroplanes)

This is what I bought at the Little Penang Street Market

This is what I bought at the Little Penang Street Market

Those pretty bags contained earrings!

Those pretty bags contained earrings!

I bought two pairs of earrings from the stall I showed earlier

I bought two pairs of earrings from the stall I showed earlier

I may go again next month to check out more of the stalls there for Christmas gifts.

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2 Responses to “What I found at Little Penang Street Market”

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    Momo Says:

    Was the secondhand book stall there? Did you try the Eurasian food sold By Cora? Did you attend the book reading? The cakes and tarts are sooo tempting!

    I missed this event because I had to be some where else.

    I always spent the most time at the costume jewelry stalls. All the sparkles and blings are really attractive. You bought some nice earrings.

    I once tasted an unusual drink there…. ice blended fruit flavored kind with a topping of tapai. Yes, pretty unusual to taste the gritty, sourish tapai along with the sweet drink.

    The next market on 30 November should be nice …. I am sure there would be lots of Christmasy stuff.

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    Foong Says:

    Momo: Yep, the secondhand book stall was there but my son refused to let me buy any books.
    Yeah, I will try to make time to go for the next one to get some Christmas gifts for some of my friends.

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