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Pantai Cenang Thursday Pasar Malam, Langkawi

Langkawi Putu Mayong and Indian Pop?

It really caught my attention and I bought 5 pcs = Rm2

And I was so filled with sweet gula melaka and shredded coconut and that I slept immediately after my dinner feast!











More of Pasar Malam food!
Burgers, Satays that cost only 35 cents/pc, cucur udang, keropok losong, putu mayong, indian pop, and ondeh2.









Comments

amanda said…
It is hard to find putu mayong now in penang. The foods look so good :-)
meiyi said…
it's available in most local markets, the one that i usually buy is jelutong market.
Simply Simply said…
wah....the satay look so nice....
meiyi said…
nice and cheap.
for only 35cents
amanda said…
Thank you for the tip. Also thank you for leaving me a comment on my blog.
JulieTan said…
pig!!! slept immediately after having all the fattening stuff!!! hahhahaha....
Pei said…
it's ok..eat all u want, all u can, then only decide what to do...do more exercise, workout...
nana said…
I went to another pasar malam in Langkawi (Friday night), they have some stuff that not available in other pasar malam like Pulut Panggang and Thai's food it is on the way back from Datai (so it is quite far off the town). It was the best Pulut Panggang so far !! and the Mango Salad, and other Thai's food also not bad with the cheap price. Saturday night is Pasar Malam in Kuah Town with nice Nasi Dagang (pulut with black bean and coconut). If you are Pasar Malam food lover Langkawi Pasar Malam food is one of the best.
meiyi said…
hey nana.. thx for dropping comments.
Yeah. they had thai food like som tham (papaya salad), and some pulut stuff, but i thought of only having those in Thailand (like hatyai. haha)

wish to drop by more often if i go back to langkawi

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