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Masjid India

Most of my Indian friends would buy their sarees, cloth, and traditional Indian clothings and accessories when they visit India. This is because the price is very much cheaper if you buy from India as what is available in Malaysia is also supplied from India. Sometimes, my non Indian friends would 'tumpang', meaning ask for [...]

Tourists visiting Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, also known as Jalan TAR would see it as just another tourist spot. But for those of us who are born and bred in Kuala Lumpur, the place does have lots of significance. Decades ago, there was not many shopping complexes and places for people to hang out. So [...]

There can be quite good finds in Masjid India if you are quite budget conscious. Inside the bazaar, you can find inexpensive items: of course, you cannot expect superior quality but for daily use, it may suffice for some: For examples, bags below are sold for RM13 each- if you visit some of the temporarily stores in hypermarkets, they are [...]

I've promoted Jalan Masjid India in some of my list of must-see for visitors who would like to visit Malaysia. In a way, it is less crowded than Petaling Street and you can find good bargain and variety of colour, styles. How to get there: Via the Putra LRT train- stop at Masjid Jamek LRT [...]

Here is a supplier of traditional Malay wedding gifts or 'hantaran kahwin" located in Kuala Lumpur- if you walk around Masjid India area, you can explore the shop and get to know more about the local crafts :) Previously I've bought some satin ribbons and beads from this shop. For traditional Malay weddings, there are 'barang [...]