‘‘No culture can live if it
attempts to be exclusive.’’
What makes Malaysia unique is actually the varied cultures of the different
people. Morning market is a very local location where you can understand more
about this multi-cultural society.
Culture without colours is bored and unimaginable.
No matter which part of the world you turn to, the colors continue to weave a
path of sheer artistry throughout the culture.
ollow my steps !
A simple floor plan is provided for each market.
A coloured box is to show you the location.
Arrive early to experience one of the KL’s
largest wet market. Pudu wet market is a
crowed place especially in the weekends.
It's a colourful market where contains plenty
types of fruits, vegetables, meats and fishes.
267-277 Jalan Pudu, Pudu, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur
opening hours 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Masjid Jamek ( Ampang Line)
Mango makes my day!
The yellow colour works well with Green.
Yellow provides crisp uplifting view that are bold to the eyes.
This Chinese woman is friendly and provides such a good
service to customers.
She even shares her sceret recipe with me.
The green is a success when combined with woody tones.
Sandy yellow heading towards the soft
I found out that the sunny natural
It's really inspired me.
yellow and more approachable.
light bring out its real color values.
Brown colour reminds me of earth colour.
These few colours tend to be dark and cozy in outlook.
Their warm tones work well with the light in the dry market.
Black and white can dismiss easily from the fish stalls.
Somehow, the fishmongers arrange the fishes
according to the hue of colour.
Went there on a holiady.
It's a over 25 years old indoor wet market .
Around 268 stalls are located in this doublestories market.
Jalan Wan Kadir 2, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur
opening hours 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
The way they arrange the fruits is catching my attention.
It's more orderly compare to the outdoor market.
The reflection of light brings out the colour of every fruit.
The owner makes a good use of the space.
The baskets are used to distingush the vegetables.
The purple cabbages show a high contrast between the green.
The purple has strong hues to catch my eyes.
For Chinese grocery shop, it’s more on brown
For Indian grocery shop, it’s more on yellow
colour because of the herbs and traditional biscuits.
colour because of the packagings.
The peach colour reflects the light and become white.
White looks clean and beautiful under most lights.
The black,white and grey may lack strong colour,
but I love the clarity produced by these sharp and clear tones.
Arrive there around 8 in the morning.
This Petaling Jaya's Old Town Market is
known officially as Pasar Besar Jalan
Othman . There is a food court beside the
indoor market too.
Jalan Othman, 46000 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
opening hours 7:00 am - 3:00 pm
The yellow colour is fresh and create a warm view .
The yellow in front looks completely different with the back
one because of the level of natural lightning in that space.
There are more Chinese shops in the
The brown colours I found in the shops
well in any location.
dry market which located on the first floor.
are natural and their warm tones working
I realise that in this market, they used to arrange their
products in the rattan baskets.
The red colour is hot and take a stand between green.
meat businesses in the wet market.
This wet market is called after the district
It's not so busy when I arrive at 1pm.
The narrow walkways are wet and covered by
canvas to stay you away from sunlight.
Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, 50100 Kuala Lumpur
opening hours 6:00 am - 5:00 pm
KL Sentral (Monorail)
The hawker arranges the grapes layer by layer to around 30cm height.
This is a clever space-saving solution for limited space.
Most of the meat stalls don’t owned by the
Red colour in these meat stalls has negative
‘ Fiery , fire and danger’