Night Market in Johor Bahru (Malaysia)

The most popular place to shop and eat in Malaysia is Pasar Malam, also known as Pasar Malam (in Malay) The Night Market in JB is unique among all attractions in Malaysia. 

It’s not just the food and goods that draw people to it, but also the fact that it’s set up at night so that the heat during the day can be moderated. This would allow many local residents to have their evening meals there after work hours.

Night markets in Singapore, however, are very different from night markets in JB in terms the food, environment, and feelings. This is because the local authorities are strict about controlling traffic regulations, hygiene, and environmental cleanliness.

The night market in JB is a little chaotic. There are a lot of stalls and they tend to be scattered. However, it is usually well sheltered, so you don’t have to worry about rain. Food is generally healthier because it’s less oily and more salty.

Night markets in Malaysia can be messy and traffic congestion is common. Foods are also more delicious because they are more oily and salted, which makes them more tasty. Don’t expect to find the same level of cleanliness and hygiene in Singapore. Many Singaporeans will still travel to JB to get street food at the Pasar Malam.

Pasar Malam is a Malaysian event that takes place in the area of the cordoned roads during the week. Some locations also hold 2 night markets, one for Malay residents and the other caters to the Malay community. Another is selling more chinese foods.

You can find clothing, accessories, phones, toys, furnitures and fishmongers at every stall. The largest night markets in JB sell a variety of food, including Japanese, Taiwan, China and Malay food, as well as pizza!

Malaysia has many foods and beverages that you won’t find anywhere else in Singapore. Asam Laksa and Fried Kuey Teow sell table and chairs for “Dine in”, but they are often difficult to find seats due to limited space.

You might find an empty corner or “lorong”, (alley), nearby where you can finish and then go on. Most locals will take the food home and have a good time at their place with their family members. You can also bring the food back to the homestay to be enjoyed. The kitchen has all the necessary utensils and plates.

There are more than 50 night markets in JB, available Monday through Sunday. If you are planning short trips from Singapore to Johor Bahru, you must visiting one of the Johor Bahru night markets. SGMYTRIPS offers taxi from Singapore to JB (Johor Bahru). We offer a comfortable and affordable taxi service from Singapore to Malaysia. You don’t have to jump on or off during the journey and you don’t need to change cars. You can reach your destination straight away with the door-to-door service by the private transport from Singapore to Malaysia.