On the night that I returned from Malacca, I was still at my sister’s place. My youngest brother will drive me back to my father’s place later that night.
Prior to going back to my father’s place, he brought me to the Seri Kembangan night market. He told me that the Seri Kembangan night market is bigger than the one in Puchong.
But on the way there, the sky did not look good. It was very dark and the closer we were to the night market, we could see lightning. Nevertheless, we still took our chance.
Here are some of the food stalls photos that I took. The above was stinky tofu.
My favourite thin version of the “Jin Loong Bao” (apam balik).
They also have this super thin version of apam balik.
We bought 4 guava for RM10 (about CAD3).
The guava were quite crunchy.
We bought some pandan flavoured “mua chi”.
We also got a couple packs of economical noodles.
I got “hei pan” for my niece.
My brother also bought the above Hakka traditional kueh.
My brother got a couple of salt baked chicken legs from his favourite stall. This stall was very busy and we had to wait for at least 15 minutes.
While quickly browsing through the market, the wind had picked up. Some stalls already started to pack up.
On our way back to Puchong, the rain started to pour.