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Jalan TAR : Saturday Night Market

The night market usually open on Saturday from 5 pm - 10 pm. There's a lot of thing that you could... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Pangastuti G
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Surabaya, Indonesia
The most famous street in Kuala Lumpur.

People nationwide come here to get so many stuffs. Famous with Night Market and Baazar during Malay... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
rahlinhaida29
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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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"masjid india"
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"night market"
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"coliseum cafe"
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"sogo mall"
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Reviewed 3 days ago

The night market usually open on Saturday from 5 pm - 10 pm. There's a lot of thing that you could find here like food, accessories, souvenir, fabrics, bags etc. We found this place by accident and decided to stay for couple of hours to...More

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Reviewed 3 days ago

People nationwide come here to get so many stuffs. Famous with Night Market and Baazar during Malay festive seasons. There are many shops for you to choose various types of textile, tudung and so on. It is also near to Sogo.

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Reviewed 2 April 2018

Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman in general is a place where you can shop for your festivity clothes for the Malays and also Indians. There have a lot to offer at this place ranging from the kids section up until adults. Several mall offers a wide...More

3  Thank Ada s
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Reviewed 4 March 2018

This used to be called Batu Road once upon time, when it was the main arterial thoroughfare of the city. Today, it is full of textile shops, eateries, budget hotels and a mix of small to medium sized departmental stores. The road begins on the...More

1  Thank murthir
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Reviewed 22 February 2018

This year my fabric finds are concentrated to three stores along the road full of textile shops. Kamdar is usually my first stop as they have the best assortiment of different kinds of cotton fabrics in the new building. I bought Japanese light weight qualities...More

1  Thank Heli P
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Reviewed 7 November 2017

The street is part of the well-known Masjid India enclave of mostly Indian businesses. Parallel to the Jalan Masjid India which is a back street to J.T.Abdul Rahman. (Should have been listed under same heading). The same description applies. Take a stroll along the street...More

1  Thank Morgan R
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Reviewed 3 October 2017

The whole stretch of Jalan TAR (now they call it) , is full of local shopping. Do not expect branded shops, but for visiting is nice place to see and meet people. Mostly are local clothes.

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Reviewed 3 October 2017

will come again. Very happy to come here for short trip. very nice service and antique fell. Keep it up.

Thank angkimkhuan
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Reviewed 15 September 2017

Went there just a few days back. looking for baju melayu. A good place to look for those traditional malay, indian clothes. Cheap and affordable, with good quality. Some you can bargain the prices. Nearby is also the Jalan Masjid India. a lot of activities....More

1  Thank Allan2110
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Reviewed 13 September 2017

This street used to be called Batu Road, before all the roads and streets with British names were renamed . It was one of the main shopping streets and housed the well known Colleseum Hotel and Cafe, a great watering hole and attraction with expatriates....More

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kazza440
21 February 2015|
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Response from SAMSARUJEE | Reviewed this property |
At Jalan Tuanku Abdul ( Jln TAR) there are several Carpet well known shops UDANI Carpet ( Big Wholesale) JAKEL nearby Masjid India and Rajah Carpet at Jalan TAR. UDANI and JAKEL always promote heavily during MUSLIM Festive... More
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Buddhi M
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Response from RoslindaAR | Reviewed this property |
High quality textiles is situated in shophouses along the road. There are quite a few shops, well known for its exclusive fabrics. Its not easy to miss it.. But do go n browse all before making a decision. Happy shopping.
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