61 Jb Night Market Location (aka Pasar Malam)
Pasar Malam in Johor Bahru Area That Are Famous Among Malaysians and Singaporeans
Growing up in Malaysia, among many lifestyle and culture that we are accustomed to is the culture of Pasar Malam, or in English, night market. It can be safely assumed that not one town in Malaysia is devoid of the Pasar Malam culture.
So, what exactly is the Pasar Malam culture? It is a hawker-style rows of stalls adorning streets of a particular town or a residential neighbourhood at one night of the week.
These stalls sell various items such as snacks, local favourite dishes, fruits, clothes, shoes, toys, balloons, watch and alarm clocks, gifts and ornaments at cheap or at least reasonable prices.
Unauthorized copies of DVDs, CDs and computer software are often sold at a Pasar Malam.
Apart from that, in some places, Pasar Malam also resembles a fair, where games and mini rides may present. Fair snacks such as cotton candy, ice cream, hot dogs, grilled sausages as well as traditional local delicacies are also sold in some neighbourhoods.
While in some places, Pasar Malam can occur in two nights in a week, the traders move around to other Pasar Malam in the region throughout the week.
In most places, the local council will temporarily close a number of streets for the Pasar Malam to commence at night, usually until late.
There are also instances where a Pasar Malam is opened in a space that is converted to a parking space in day time.
Attending Pasar Malam for many people is a truly Malaysian experience.
For tourists, it a place to look for the perfect memorabilia that resembles the local culture as well as to try the deliciously-cooked local food and delicacies. If you are lucky, you will also find a rare, difficult-to-find food as well, which adds to enriching your travelling experience.
To find for the Pasar Malam in your area, simple type ‘Pasar Malam’ on Google Maps or Waze. Your preferred app will provide you with all the information you need: location, opening day as well as hours. In many places, Pasar Malam are open until about 11pm or until the crown depletes.
In this entry, we list the Pasar Malam that is happening in the Johor Bahru area throughout the week, pulling crowds from Malaysia and Singapore alike.
This article only serves as a guideline and should not in any way be taken as an official list of Pasar Malam in the Johor Bahru city.
One of the famous Pasar Malam in Johor Bahru area on Mondays are the KSL City Pasar Malam, located in front of KSL Coffee Bean. This market is very well-known for its vast variety of food delicacies, from fried flour shrimp cake, assorted finger food as well as barbecued seafood. The Pasar Malam is always crowded with Malaysian and Singaporeans alike.
Other Pasar Malam in Johor Bahru on Mondays include:
Taman Universiti, Skudai (Jalan Pertanian 54)
Taman Perling, Skudai (Jalan Layang)
Taman Sutera, Skudai (Jalan Sutera Biru)
Taman Teratai, Skudai (Jalan Enau 15)
Taman Kota Masai, Masai (Jalan Durian 1)
Taman Rinting, Masai (Jalan Sena 12)
Taman Century Garden (Jalan Seladang) Taman Setia Indah (Jalan 12/1)
Taman Permas Jaya 1
Taman Indahpura, Kulai (Jalan Siantan 3)
Kampung Melayu Majidee (Jalan Rahmat)
On Tuesdays, you can head to Johor Jaya for a grandeur Pasar Malam. This one stretches really long, and will have you spoilt for choice. A crowd favourite in this Pasar Malam, situated just by the famous Family Food Court, is a kueh stall that sells various types of Malaysian snacks.
Other Pasar Malam in Johor Bahru on Tuesdays include:
Taman Tampoi Utama, Skudai (Jalan Sri Perkasa 1/1)
Gelang Patah, Jalan Kacang Panjang
Taman Tampoi (Jalan Gajus)
Taman Manis, Kelapa Sawit, Kulai
Taman Pelangi, JB (Jalan Perang)
Taman Anggerik, Kempas (Jalan Anggerik)
Taman Sri Bahagia, Tampoi (Jalan Sri Bahagia)
Taman Sri Yacob
Taman Setia Tropika
Nusa Perintis, Iskandar Puteri (Jalan Nusa Perintis 6)
Kg Pasir Putih, Pasir Gudang (Jalan Pantai)
Taman Cahaya, Masai (Jalan Intan)
The Bukit Indah Pasar Malam is famous on Wednesdays. This market stretches for more than 200 metres right along the AEON Bukit Indah. Catering the majority Malay population in the area, you can find various Malay traditional dishes as well as fusion food that appeal to the crowd.
Other Pasar Malam in Johor Bahru on Wednesdays include:
Taman Skudai Baru, Skudai (Jalan Nakhoda 20)
Plentong, Masai (Jalan Rotan Bakau)
Taman Desa Harmoni, Masai (Jalan Haroni 4)
Taman Desa Jaya, Tebrau (Jalan Lembah 1)
Taman Daya, Tebrau (Jalan Sagu)
Kampung Ungku Mohsin, Tampoi
Taman Aman, Senai (Jalan Senang)
Taman Suria, JB (Jalan Suria 7)
Taman Dahlia, Kempas (Persiaran Dahlia)
Taman Bayu Puteri (Taman Sri Stulang), JB (Jalan Sri Stulang)
Taman Pasir Putih, Pasir Gudang (Jalan Siakap 3)
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On Thursdays, do not miss the Pasar Malam in Taman Impian Emas. Located in Kempas, this Pasar Malam is filled with all types of local delicacies to fill your tummy while you go on a Pasar Malam-hunt in the area. This Pasar Malam is also huge, taking up space in three streets; but is less crowded most of the times, giving you ample of walking spaces as well as the ability to spot stalls from far away. Among the famous here is also something you may not find in other Pasar Malam: the salt-baked BBQ crabs and smelly tofu.
Other Pasar Malam in Johor Bahru on Thursday include:
Kulai, Pekan Bukit Batu
Bandar Selesa Jaya, Skudai (Jalan Silat Harimau 1)
Taman Muhibbah, Saleng, Kulai (Jalan Jambu Mawar 2)
Taman Impian Emas, Kempas (Jalan Impian Emas 4)
Taman Ehsan Jaya
Kampung Meayu Pandan, Tebrau (Jalan Pandan Ria Utama)
Put on your walking shoes and your most comfy t-shirt as the Taman Puteri Wangsa Pasar Malam is the place to be on Friday nights. This Pasar Malam gives a new definition to TGIF, and is probably one of the biggest Pasar Malam in the Johor Bahru region. There are various types of wok food prepared right in front of your eyes, and if you visit this place on the harvest season expect to see durians and jackfruits sold for half the price they are sold outside.
Other Pasar Malam in Johor Bahru on Fridays include:
Kg Bakar Batu, JB (Jalan Sekolah & Jalan Kubur)
Bandar Baru Uda, JB (Jalan Padi Mahsuri 1)
Kampung Setanggi, JB (Jalan Cendana)Taman Mewah, Kulai
Taman Puteri Wangsa, Ulu Tiram (Jalan Badik 16)
Taman Universiti, Skudai (Jalan Kumuliaan Utama)
Taman Mega Ria, Masai (Jalan Jelatang)
Bandar Putra, Kulaijaya (Jalan Kenari 19)
Taman Mawar, Pasir Gudnag (Flat Taman Mewar)
Don’t know where to head on a Saturday night? Look no further than the Taman Ungku Tun Aminah Pasar Malam. Touted as one of the largest in the city, this Pasar Malam, also known as the Queen’s Night Market for spot-on reasons- boasts of every single item you can think of: local and fusion food, fresh vegetables and poultry, clothing, shoes, accessories, toys and many more. Apart from that, this Pasar Malam is also known for its reasonable priced goods.
Other Pasar Malam in Johor Bahru on Saturdays include:
Kg Nong Chik, JB (Jalan Nong Chik)
Kangkar Pulai, Skudai (Jalan Kunang-Kunang)
Taman Cempaka, Kempas
Taman Munsyi Ibrahim, Kempas (Jalan Persiaran Anggerik)
Taman Senai Baru, Senai (Jalan Utama 1)
Taman Desa Tebrau, Tebrau (Jalan Harmonium 13 & 14)
Taman Air Biru, Pasir Gudang (Jalan Perjiranan 9)
Taman Daya, Tebrau (Jalan Nibong 17)
Taman Pulai Indah, Skudai (Jalan PI 10/1)
Taman Saujana Masai, Plentong (Jalan Saujana Utama)
On Sundays, wander to the famous Pasar Malam in Jalan Permas Jaya for a well-spent night. The local council has an entire street cordoned off for the Pasar Malam, so you can explore the happenings in the many stalls in the bustling night market as long as you want. One famous stall here is the Yong Tau Foo stall, which has people visiting it from as far as Singapore. The Apam Balik, or peanut pancake sold in one of the stalls here is also worth going back for, according to rave reviews given by the regular visitors of the stall.
Other Pasar Malam in Johor Bahru on Sundays include:
Kampung Bendahara, JB (Jalan Bayam)
Taman Permas Jaya, Masai (Jalan Permas Jaya 2/1)
Taman Bukit Indah 1
Taman Gembira, Tampoi (Jalan Riang Utama)
Taman Putri, Kulai (Near Econ Save)
Taman Sri Skudai, Skudai (Jalan Emas Putih 4)
Taman Desa Cemerlang, Ulu Tiram (Jalan Johar 3)
Bandar Seri Alam, Masai (Jalan Suria 66, 68, 69)
Kampung Kangar Tebrau
Masai Town (Jalan Pasar)