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 Post Post subject: Hakeber's Pasar Malam
Posted: Mon Oct 15, 2007 7:03 pm 




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A pasar malam, literally night market, is a place in Malaysia where you buy cheap but cool stuff that look original and cost much less. Of course less quality is ensured.

In malaysia, people set up stalls in various places that sell fake expensive clothes, china-made shoes, tourist stuff, illegal copied DVDs, local food, etc!

So here it is - Hakeber's Pasar Malam!

Here are some food stalls for you:


Ramli's Burgers - A Malaysian Big Mac! Try it and see! - $1.50
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Nasi Lemak - malay dish! Packed in a banana leaf and paper, it includes 'sambal' (hot chili sauce), anchovies, curry chicken, etc.
On a plate with chicken - $2.00 Image

Packed without meat - $1.50
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Here are some high-quality Malaysian souvenirs and local stuff

Coming soon...



Here are some China goods sold -


Durians To Durians Trophy - $5.00

Bines of Beeg Fooott - $5.00

Booootlegg KE Dollll - $5.00

Castmaw Nailfill - $5.99

Oclleeectible Daveed Lo Piano - $10.99

Cross of Crotezz - $2.00

The QT Document $1.00


Joney Tan-made Cellophone Tape Suit - $9.99

Fake mars Rocks - $5.22

Spleenter Blarfelds Skull - $1.00

(There itmes are given in photos and not in shop items. Results not as those in store. Spellingintentional )


The Aewsime Box of Cookie - $1.00

Trem 6 Polece Bidge - 50cts

Chef Tspaw's Treacles Cream Puffs - 25 cts each

Terents Radio Mocrophone - $1.00

Continental Capttainss Garter - $1.00


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Posted: Mon Oct 15, 2007 7:13 pm 
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Neat shop, Hakeber. I locked your other shop, BTW.

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Posted: Mon Oct 15, 2007 9:50 pm 




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Lock the auction or the ad shop/


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Posted: Thu Oct 18, 2007 2:29 pm 
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How do I know I won't get lead poisoning? :noway:

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Posted: Mon Oct 22, 2007 6:07 pm 




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NEW SPECIAL ONE-WEEK SALE
Starting today!
$3.50 for tw of any one, $2.00 each!
Normally $6.00 for two of anyone, 3.50 each!




Special Malaysian Cendol
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This is 'cendol'. It is shaved ice served with palm sugar syrup, coconut milk, red beans and green strings. The green strings are referred to as cendol


Cendol in a bowl: $2.00
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Special Malaysian ABC
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This mountain is called 'ais-kacang' or 'abc'. It is literally translated as ice with beans. It is basically shaved ice served with syrup, coconut or evaporated milk, red beans, cream corn, agar-agar cubles, green strings, 'atap-chi' and if you like, ice-cream.


Ais Kacang ABC: $2.00
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BTW, guys, I found a cool blog all about Penang and Malaysian food. I copied the images and write-up that explains the product to you guys...

http://glutton-island.blogspot.com/

*All items are not lead-painted


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