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The side streets are where you find street food that is reasonably priced and taste great....Home cooks with their pop up kitchens will whip up tasty dishes costing between rm 10 -15 ...curries....satay...Chinese dishes.....etc...no need to eat in overpriced hotels. I like my food to...More
this area is popular with singaporeans as it's the first place they arrive if they come in from woodlands. it's the local little india and red light district so wander with caution.
plenty of food options around, cafes towards the opposite side of city square,...More
Street vendor food is something I look forward to every time I travel. If you like Asian street vendor food, you will enjoy this place. The vendors start to open in the late afternoon and by early evening it is in full swing. We ate...More
It’s located very close to the Singapore-Malaysia custom. I used to drive directly into this road once I exited the custom. There’s a lot of old shops along the main road and “hawker centre” can be found opposite these old shops.
This road is the main street of JB in the old days. Today it is still the heart of Johor Bahru. As you entering the road, on the right and left is the old part of JB town. On your left would be the Segget...More