Two Wet Markets in Ipoh : Childhood Memories & Other MusingsMay 7, 2014 | 2,250 views
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The aunty manning the fruits stall at Canning Garden Market owns an orchard in Tambun and most of the fruits sold at her stall are home-grown produce.
Tell a kid from the “i” generation (you know who they are; the ones growing up swiping digital screens with their fingers from a really young age) to drop by a wet market for breakfast and the reaction should almost always be predictable – a look of horror mixed with disgust.
The Ladies of Pasir Puteh Market having a great time dealing with folks from the neighbourhood
Having a whale of a time chowing down on breakfast despite the surroundings
Fresh vegetables & shallots from the stalls of Pasir Puteh Market
Cups of “But Chai Gou” – soft pudding flavoured with pandan or red bean
Canning Garden Market – The various stalls housed in clean, well-arranged lots