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The Bazaar Baru Market is a daily market in the Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The market can be easily accessed by KL Monorail. This colorful market is the largest wet market of Kuala Lumpur and is also called after the district Chow Kit. Bazaar Baru is the market selling tofu, fruits, vegetables, fish and meat along with lobster and crab. Also, there are numerous food stalls and other stalls selling silk, clothes, fabrics, shoes and hardware.
This place is ideal for daily shopping of fresh chicken, meat, fish, beef, vegetables and spices. Bazaar Baru offers its visitors with a wide variety of clothes and accessories in a good bargain. The specialty of the market is its delicious local dish called as Nasi Lemak. One will definitely get tempted with the lovely aroma of the food made at the food stalls and the restaurant. It is a perfect place to get the unique shopping experience in Kuala Lumpur.