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1. Pasar Malam (Mobile Night Market)
A distinctive feature of the Malaysian shopping landscape, the pasar malam has become somewhat of a weekly routine of grocery buying and leisure outing among the population. The roster below lists the locations (all within Johor Bahru) of these mobile hypermarkets, where nomadic street hawkers sell everything from household items to food and pirated video CDs on most evenings. Monday: Century Gardens; Kg. Melayu; Kota Tinggi; Permas Jaya. Tuesday: Taman Pelangi; Bukit Chagar; Johor Jaya. Wednesday: Tmn Daya; Ungku Mohsin; Tmn Selesa Jaya; Plentong Baru. Friday: Puteri Wangsa. Saturday: Tun Aminah; Pasir Gudang; Jln.Nong Chik. Sunday: Seri Pandan; Taman Johor.
Address: Various venues Johor Bahru Johor
Opening hours: 6.30pm-10.30pm Fri-Wed.
Telephone: +60 7 223 4935 / 224 9960 (Tourist Department of Johor)

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1. Old Market
Meander down to this enchanting market place. It used to be one of the busiest markets in town before the Siti Khadijah Market arrived on the scene. This is a wonderful spot to enjoy truly authentic local food treats, like Kelantan's famous keropok (fish/prawn crackers). Apart from keropok, the Old Market has delicious kuih-muih (local pastries). You can also find a selection of clothes, shoes and batik materials at cheap prices.
Address: Jalan Dato' Pati Kota Bharu Kelantan 15000
Opening hours: 8am-5pm daily.
Telephone: +60 9 748 5534
Neighbourhood: 0

2. Old Central Market
This market, formerly the central wet market, houses an excellent combination of both wet and dry goods. The ground floor yields a gourmets paradise, while a dry market on the top two floors provides a range of local handicrafts and other goods. You will find batik clothes, handcrafted songket cloth, the famous Kelantan kites and giant spinning tops, plus traditional crafted kris (daggers), swords and other knives. In the food-lovers section, local favourites include roti canai, ayam percik and nasi beriani.
Address: Jalan Temenggong Kota Bharu Kelantan 15000
Opening hours: 9am-6pm daily.
Telephone: +60 9 748 5534
Neighbourhood: 0


1. A. Zahari Antik
This shop may look run down, but it is well-stocked with an assortment of antiques including various kris (a traditional local knife), ancient daggers, swords and spears.
A. Zahari Antik is located along Jalan Kebun Sultan, a street well known for its Chinese hawker food stalls. Inside you will also find Chinese porcelain bowls, plates, vases and pots. Do not miss the old collection of coins or the silver and brassware--including rings, pendants, brooches and replicas of traditional musical instruments.
Address: 3593B Jalan Kebun Sultan Kota Bharu Kelantan 15350
Opening hours: 9am-6pm Sat-Thu.
Telephone: +60 9 748 3142
Neighbourhood: 0
Email: din150@tm.net.my

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1. Filipino Market
What sets this market apart from your typical dry and wet markets are the goods sold. Instead of groceries, you will find various souvenir items ranging from cheap trinkets to expensive pearl jewellery and hand-crafted household products. This is a great place to get bamboo and rattan boxes, mats, wall hangings and walking sticks. Located close to the ferry terminal, the stalls are packed into tiny cubicles and have no proper ventilating system. Pick up some local lingo if you are intent on going bargain-hunting.
Address: Central Market Building Sinsuran Kota Kinabalu Sabah 88000
Opening hours: 7am-10pm daily.
Telephone: +60 88 212 121
Neighbourhood: 0

2. Exotic
This tiny yellow shop holds a limited amount of metal and ceramic antiques--oil-lamps, gongs, ashtrays, gransfather clocks and crockery. Quaint yet fashionable, the items are perfect to add a touch of history into any house interior. The antiques date as far back as the 18th century but are still in good condition. You might find the colonial hats fascinating enough to fork out MYR250 to MYR450 for. Before you make your purchase, verify the origin of the item to get a better estimate of its value.
Address: BG41 Ground FLoor Wisma Merdeka Kota Kinabalu Sabah 88000
Opening hours: 10am-9pm daily.
Telephone: +60 19 871 1443
Neighbourhood: 0

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1. Central Market
Central Market is a cultural centre-cum-shopping mall and is the best place to witness Malaysian culture, art and craft. A variety of goods are sold here, including handicrafts, souvenirs and art, all at reasonable prices. Amid the stalls selling an array of souvenirs are small outlets where Malaysian artists display their works. Visitors may even have their portrait painted or order custom-made handicrafts. Just outside Central Market is a riverside amphitheatre, venue for traditional dance displays, wayang kulit (shadow puppet) shows and more contemporary entertainment.
Address: Jalan Hang Kasturi Kuala Lumpur 50050
Opening hours: 10am-10pm daily.
Telephone: +60 3 2274 6542
Neighbourhood: Central KL

2. Jalan Masjid India
This stretch of road is named after the local mosque, which literally translated means "Indian mosque." Most of the restaurants here offer halal cuisine, mainly a mix of Indian, Moghul and Malay dishes. Quite a few shops sell colourful saris and cotton cloth from India. The majority of the bookshops stock religious books and a few sells locally published titles and textbooks for students. Along the pavements hawkers tout medicinal drinks and will sometimes put on a theatrical display of the beneficial effects. During the holy month of Ramadan you will be delighted by the assortment of food on sale.
Address: Jalan Masjid India Kuala Lumpur 50100
Opening hours: Hawkers 8am-10pm; shops 11am-8pm daily.
Telephone: +60 3 2693 6661 (Kuala Lumpur Tourist Information Centre)
Neighbourhood: Central KL

3. Lorong Tuanku Abdul Rahman
If you want some variety in shopping and some local colour, take the Star LRT to the Bandaraya station on any Saturday. By 5pm you will notice the entire stretch of road is cordoned off and locals handling small stalls filled with colourful items come to sell their wares. As the light wanes, the noise of hecklers heightens and stall owners switch on lights. These hawkers officially leave at 10pm. While you weave your way around the stalls, enjoy the smells of local foods and maybe pick up some trinkets.
Address: Lorong Tuanku Abdul Rahman Kuala Lumpur 50100
Opening hours: 5pm-10pm Sat.
Telephone: +60 3 2693 6661 (Kuala Lumpur Tourist Information Centre)
Neighbourhood: Chow Kit


1. Collectables Centre
This shop is a veritable treasure trove of old Colonial and Nyonya (Chinese Malays from Malacca) collectibles. It even has an old Craven cigarette tin box, irons powered by charcoal, ancient microscopes, oil lamps, old clocks, watches, fine English tea sets and old posters. The owner will not part with a few of the old original prints of Sun Yat Sen, Tunku Abdul Rahman and old Malayan family portraits (although you can have a look). But you can still purchase other ancient items, such as hairpins, bangles and plates.
Address: G43 Ground Floor, Central Market Jalan Hang Kasturi Kuala Lumpur 50050
Opening hours: 11am-9pm daily.
Telephone: +60 3 2273 3182
Neighbourhood: Central KL

2. Dragon Accents
Despite the fact that Dragon Accents is owned by partners from the Netherlands and Malaysia, it deals predominantly in Chinese antiques and home accessories. To ensure that there is a Western feel, there is a selection of large vases and table linen from Holland, and a variety of Moroccan plates. However, the main pieces here are the large, intricately carved and lacquered Chinese cabinets, filled with tableware. Spanning two floors, allow plenty of time to peruse the delights on offer.
Address: 42 Jalan 24/70A Desa Sri Hartamas Kuala Lumpur 50480
Opening hours: 11am-7pm daily.
Telephone: +60 3 430 2001
Neighbourhood: Rest of KL

3. Duam Boutique
The service at Duam is exemplary. They are more than willing to explain the history of every antique along with the significance of the many crystals it carries. The many highlights of this store include its antique French crystal, priced from MYR546. One of these crystal pieces is the Le Cheval San Marco, priced at MYR33,288; it is an item in which the Prime Minister of Malaysia has allegedly shown an interest. Another commendable piece is the crystal horse sculpture by the late artist Salvador Dali, priced at MYR98,728.
Address: Lot 22, 1st Floor, Starhill Shopping Centre 181 Jalan Sultan Ismail Kuala Lumpur 55100
Opening hours: 11am-8pm Mon-Fri.
Telephone: +60 3 2144 0929; 2144 1048
Neighbourhood: Golden Triangle

4. Eastern Stamps Coins & Antiques
At Eastern Stamps, Coins & Antiques, there is an array of glass counters containing valuable used and mint condition stamps, and first-day covers, from Malaysia, Singapore, China and countries from the Commonwealth Nations. There are trays of historical and commemorative coins, normal, gold and silver, from the same countries. Gold coins from Malaysia circa 1976 sell for MYR500 and certain rare stamp sets for MYR1,000. There are also porcelain antiques from China for sale such as pots, plates, bowls and figurines.
Address: 5016 First Floor, Sungei Wang Plaza Jalan Bukit Bintang Kuala Lumpur 55100
Opening hours: 1.30pm-8pm Mon-Sat; 3pm-7pm Sun.
Telephone: +60 3 2148 7217
Neighbourhood: Golden Triangle

5. Flame Tree
Need something modern and exclusive to spice up your home? Have a look at Flame Tree, where Filipino antiques, furniture and ornaments are delightfully displayed in the showroom. The collection displays the elegance of Spanish influences and innovative Filipino styles. They come in various earth shades, reddish brown from Narra (the queen of Filipino), blood red from Balayong wood, yellowish from Molave (a wood similar to teak) and the alternating bands of black and brown from Kamagong.
Address: 89 Jalan Maarof Bangsar Kuala Lumpur 59000
Opening hours: 11am-7.30pm Tue-Sat; 12.30pm-6pm Sun; Closed on Mondays.
Telephone: +60 3 2287 6818
Neighbourhood: Bangsar

6. Jewellery Circle
As well as a variety of antiques, this shop sells jade pieces, both new and old. The assistant says you can tell quality from the shade of green; the darker the colour the older the piece and the more valuable. Behind the counter, antique porcelain pieces, like Buddha, Chinese figurines, tea sets and vases sit on glassed-in shelves. One glass display has antique perfume bottles and snuffboxes, and also small bronze and stone figurines.
Address: G63, Central Market Jalan Hang Kasturi Kuala Lumpur 50050
Opening hours: 11am-7pm daily.
Telephone: +60 3 2274 0612
Neighbourhood: Central KL

7. Oriental Spirit
This shop deals in artefacts, handicrafts and decorative items mainly from Burma and Cambodia. Most of the items here date back to the later part of the last century and this store is a good find for antique buffs. Located on the first floor of Central Market, the store is easily spotted by its chic facade and entrance. Among the most interesting artefacts on display are a 16th century wooden Buddha images from Burma, a 17th century set of bronze figures from Cambodia and a pair of Cambodian ceramic elephants.
Address: M19 Central Market Jalan Hang Kasturi Kuala Lumpur 50050
Opening hours: 10.30am-8pm daily.
Telephone: +60 3 2272 1600
Neighbourhood: Central KL

8. Oriental Style (The)
On entering this shop you come face to face with three ancient wood carvings of some Chinese gods. On the floor are bronze sculptures of deer and antique chairs that are not for sitting on! There are also some antique Chinese blue porcelain plates and bowls and mango wood boxes, some of which are papered in silver and gold. The Thai Buddha wooden sculptures are quite sizeable. This is just the place to look for South-east Asian antiques that are rare and reasonably priced too.
Address: M24-M25 Central Market Jalan Hang Kasturi Kuala Lumpur 50050
Opening hours: 11am-7pm daily.
Telephone: +60 3 2273 2468
Neighbourhood: Central KL

9. Rustic Empire
Rustic Empire has developed its ethnic inspiration with the supply of imported solid wood furniture, mainly from Indonesia and accessories from around the world. Discover a large selection of antique and reproduction teak and mahogany styles, with an abundance of products bearing the influence of European and Asian cultures. There is an extensive range of handmade beds offered in a variety of designs and sizes, both local and European. A colourful assortment of cushion covers, pillows and doormats typify the fun approach.
Address: 115 Jalan Maarof Bangsar Baru Kuala Lumpur 59100
Opening hours: 10.30am-7pm Mon-Thu; 10.30am-8pm Fri-Sun.
Telephone: +60 3 2287 1028
Neighbourhood: Bangsar

10. Tomlinson Collection Sdn Bhd (The)
This antique gallery only allows visitors in and out through its security entrance. This is for the safekeeping of its vast collection of classical and provincial Chinese furniture and other Oriental art pieces. The Ming-styled pieces are made from woods from Huanghuali and Zitan. Hung on the walls are Qing Chinese imperial court dresses, embroidery and cloth. All the porcelain is from the Ming and Qing era, as are some of the terracotta sculptures.
Address: 30 Jalan Telawi 5 Bangsar Baru Kuala Lumpur 59100
Opening hours: 11am-7pm Mon-Sat; 11am-4pm Sun.
Telephone: +60 3 2283 2196
Neighbourhood: Bangsar

11. Yi Lu Fine Art Sdn Bhd
Whilst not perhaps fine art in the truest sense of the phrase, customers can still expect a high quality product at a reasonable price. The stock consists of an entire antique collection of chests, drawers, tables, cupboards and chairs that are made from elm, or yu wood, from China. As antiques they do not date back to any historical Chinese dynasty. However, Chinese craftsmen made most items over 60 years ago. Depending on the size and age, each piece sells for between MYR3000 to over MYR5000.
Address: No 10 Jalan Telawi 4 Bangsar Baru Kuala Lumpur 59100
Opening hours: 10.30am-8pm Mon-Sat; noon-4pm Sun.
Telephone: +60 3 2284 2286
Neighbourhood: Bangsar

12. Dravida Enterprise
Spread over two shops and opening up through two arched entrances, this shop deals in all manner of objets d'art, including local silver jewellery, collectibles and antiques. There are displays of Coca-Cola bottles and cans from various countries and periods, along with a massive assortment of beer mugs. On the walls hang American movie posters--some framed--from the 1940s to the 1960s. The avid completist will also find long-play vinyl records from those periods for sale too.
Address: Lot 4.34-35, 4th floor, The Mall 100 Jalan Putra Kuala Lumpur 50350
Opening hours: Noon-8.30pm Mon-Sat.
Telephone: +60 3 4043 2701
Neighbourhood: Jalan Putra



Kampung Buku Malaysia
This is the place to be for all book lovers. You will find an extensive selection of new, second-hand and rare books, covering various subjects in English, Bahasa Malaysia, Mandarin and Arabic. Located just 10 minutes from Langkawi International Airport, the village consists of traditionally styled houses, which stock the books according to subjects. These range from education, religion and literature to sports and cooking. Besides books, there is an amphitheatre for stage shows or presentations. Enjoy also the tranquillity and the beautiful forest, which surrounds this first and only book village in South East Asia. Admission: Free
Address: Lubuk Sembilang Mukim Ulu Melaka Langkawi Kedah 07000
Opening hours: 9am-6pm daily
Telephone: +60 4 955 5568
Email: kgbukuml@tm.net.my


1. Jalan Kee Ann Night Market
Malaysia's ubiquitous Pasar Malam (Night Market) finds itself a permanent address in the bustling Chinatown of Malacca. Along Jalan Kee Ann, dozens of street peddlers line up daily from 6pm to 11pm to hawk every conceivable household necessity. Plastic flowers, foodstuffs, watches, VCDs, apparels, etc, are sold here for very reasonable prices, and even then, bargaining is the accepted norm. In the days running up to the annual Lunar New Year, shopping is especially intense as the locals mop up festive goods. For the tourists, this is a great way to witness an entrenched facet in the local way of life.
Address: Jalan Kee Ann Night Market (Lane running perpendicular to Mimosa Hotel) Malacca 75100
Opening hours: 6pm-11pm daily
Telephone: +60 6 283 6538 (Malacca Tourist Information Centre)
Neighbourhood: Town Centre

2. Pasar Malam (Mobile Night Market)
A weekly moving fixture among some large residential housing estates is the Pasar Malam, which can best be described as a makeshift emporium of roving hawkers and petty traders. Most items on the average household shopping list are available at bargain prices--from fashion to fish, pirated VCDs to fresh vegetables.
Held once weekly at the following venues: Monday-Bukit Beruang & Sungei Lereh Tuesday-Kampong Lapan & Ujong Pasir Wednesday-Jalan Semabok & Peringgit Jaya Thursday-Melaka Baru & Jalan Depot Friday-Bukit Sebukor & Bukit Serindit Saturday-Bukit Baru Park & Jalan Ong Kim Wee Sunday-Jalan Parameswara & Air Keroh Heights
Address: Various venues Malacca
Opening hours: 6pm-10.30pm once weekly
Telephone: +60 6 283 6538 (Malacca Tourist Information Centre)


1. Fatimah Antique Store
One of the true-blue veterans of the antique trade in Malacca, this is one store any serious buyer should not fail to check out. Seriously well-stocked, almost every item worth collecting from old Malacca can be found within the depths of the premises. The interiors are so meticulously renovated and the merchandise so charmingly displayed that they are worthy of being linked to the grandest of royalty of the bygone age.
Browsers are warmly welcomed and it is a real visual treat to just wander amidst a mind-boggling collection of the rarest chandeliers, clocks, cabinets, chests, porcelain and copper wares--after which, caveat emptor, one will be seriously tempted to take home an item or two.
Address: 46 Jalan Hang Jebat Malacca 75200
Opening hours: 10am-5.30pm daily
Telephone: +60 6 282 6675

2. Kowloon Antique Shop
This shop looks as used as the broken porcelain displayed in the conspicuous glass cabinet at the shopfront. Occupying two shop units, the variety and quantity of its collection are nonetheless impressive. From porcelain, copper and metal wares, to wooded furniture pieces, knick-knacks and collectibles, a representative sample can be found lurking in some congested corner or shelve.
Address: 36 & 38 Jalan Hang Jebat Malacca 75200
Opening hours: 10am-6pm daily
Telephone: +60 6 284 5537
Neighbourhood: Town Centre

3. Lagenda Antik
This store is worth visiting even for the most casual tourist. Very well done up in the style of a Straits Chinese house, the interior presents an enriching display of relics from that era without the admission charge required by the Baba and Nyonya Heritage Museum nearby. Behind the main hall guarding the entrance, the renovated courtyard retains the unique charms of living in a shophouse, made all the more arresting by the rich collection of surviving artefacts, including numerous porcelain, cabinets, chests and knick-knacks.
Address: No. 56 Jalan Hang Jebat Malacca 75200
Opening hours: 10am-6pm daily
Telephone: +60 6 282 5252
Neighbourhood: Old Town

4. Leng House of Antique
A mid-sized stockist, the collection here is fairly balanced and features a cross-section of antique collectibles and furniture pieces from the Straits Settlements period. Collectors can choose among an array of kerosene lamps, metal and brass wares, bracelets and chokers, Ming-style ceramics, pots and vases, coins, etc. The furniture collection features the popular sideboard, chests, trunks, stools and chairs with intricate carvings, coffee and dining tables, and uniquely styled cupboard. There are also several bronze Buddha heads, and small metal figurines.
Address: 105 Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock Malacca 75200
Opening hours: 10am-6pm daily
Telephone: +60 6 283 0759
Neighbourhood: Town Centre

5. Malacca Antiques and Curios
This shop specialises in imported Chinese porcelain ware and Straits Chinese antiques. The interiors of the shop are cluttered with a wide array of porcelain objects, wooded cabinets, dressing tables, trunks and chests of drawers, besides numerous smaller collectibles and knock-knacks. In the middle of the premises, a central wooded staircase leads to an upper floor where more antique merchandise is displayed.
Address: 25 Jalan Hang Jebat Malacca 75200
Opening hours: 10am-6pm daily
Telephone: +60 6 283 6113
Neighbourhood: Old Town

6. Syarikat Abdul
Run by a descendant of one of the pioneers of the antique trade in Malacca, this is another store deserving a slot on a serious antique hunter's itinerary. The size and quality of the collection is immediately apparent as soon as one enters the antiquated shop, which has been painted deep red on the outside and serves as a distinctive hallmark of Jonker Street's specialty.
The highlight inside is a classic century-old bridal chamber that carries a MYR60,000 price tag. The space is packed full with reminiscent gramophones, dressing tables, porcelain, bracelets, chokers, cabinets and countless collectibles.
Address: 26 Jalan Hang Jebat Malacca 75200
Opening hours: 10am-5.30pm daily
Telephone: +60 6 282 3633
Neighbourhood: Town Centre


1. Chowrasta Wet Market
The Chowrasta is as close as it gets to a well-stocked bazaar boasting of prices that even the locals will call cheap. Bean paste biscuits and preserved nutmeg cost up to 30% cheaper here compared with carefully packaged haunts which seemingly exist only for the tourist currency, and bargaining is allowed, even encouraged. Wet market stalls predominate to feed the meat and vegetable appetites of the local residents. There is an interesting second-hand bookstore upstairs. Next door, the jual murah (cheap sale) hawks cheap bags and clothes.
Address: Jalan Penang Penang 10000
Opening hours: 7am-5pm daily
Telephone: +60 4 261 6663 (Penang Tourist Centre)
Neighbourhood: Georgetown

2. Pasar Malam
A Penang or Malaysianpasar malam, or night market, is the local equivalent of the flea market. A family outing event as entrenched in the life of the average Malaysian family; a sort of weekly shopping pilgrimage. Petty traders, hawkers, fruit sellers, fishmongers, quack doctors congregate in bicycle carts, motorbikes, mini-vans, lorries at the designated open field or street to peddle anything from apples to zips, though pirate VCDs are always among the top draws. The locations are at: Batu Ranchang car park: Johor Road 21: Jalan Sekolah Lassalle, on different days of the week.
Address: Various venues Penang
Opening hours: 6.30pm-10.30pm daily
Telephone: +60 4 263 8818
Neighbourhood: Georgetown


1. Century Crafts and Antique
Here you can find perhaps more crafts than antiques, the best of which on this earliest of the Straits Settlement colonies had long since been scooped up by first-to-market savvy collectors, there are nonetheless several bronze Buddha heads, porcelains and smaller old-looking pieces on display. Other craft items predominate, particularly the wooden panels on the opposite walls of the shop front that inevitably are quick to grab the visitors' gaze and do not look like anything dated with their fresh coats of paints.
Address: 2 Penang Road Lot A-27 The Garage Penang 10000
Opening hours: 11am-10pm daily
Telephone: +60 4 263 1166
Neighbourhood: Georgetown
Email: century@maxis.net.my

2. Little Heritage House
A fine antiquated-looking shop front, adorned by an eye-catching signboard composed of two large Chinese characters over the top where within is a treasure trove of artefacts--a mixed bag of collectibles, curious and selected antique furniture items. The priciest piece is a Great Depression era cash register. Next is a restored 1920 dressing table which carries a MYR4,000 price tag. There is also a metal helmet claimed to hail from Germany in World War I. In larger quantities is the more common Coke cans and bottles, military badges and insignias, kerosene lamps, colonial-style hats and antique books.
Address: 2 Penang Road Lot A-27 The Garage Penang 10000
Opening hours: 11am-10pm daily
Telephone: +60 4 262 6181
Neighbourhood: Georgetown
Email: alaintan@hotmail.com

3. 100 Cintra Street Bazaar
The granddaddy of antique and curio shopping, its premises is a gleaming showpiece of adaptive restoration worth a visit even if one has nothing to buy. As an antique stockist, there is just about everything worth collecting under its roof. Furniture, artifacts, curios, stamps, photographs, porcelain and brassware prefixed with the word "old", can all be found here. It is also a convenience store of twenty traders and artisans hawking paintings, calligraphies, crafts and tapestries. A western style café and a traditional teahouse grace the front and rear entrances on the ground floor.
Address: 100 Cintra Street Penang 10100
Opening hours: 10am-9pm daily
Telephone: +60 4 261 6663 (Penang Tourist Centre)
Neighbourhood: Georgetown

4. Bee Chin Heong Praying Articles and Antique Supermarket
As a supermarket it is undoubtedly and perhaps the largest of its kind in Malaysia. Three units of handsomely painted and renovated double-storey shophouses packed on the inside with all manner of essentials and supplements to fulfil the most religious needs. Under the same roof is an interesting gallery selling Buddhist and Taoist art objects--statues, figurines, prayer beads, calligraphic paintings and the like--which are very much sought after by the Chinese well-to-do as home decorations and even feng sui items. There are two other branches belonging to the same owner, one directly across the road at Kimberly Street.
Address: 60, 62, 62A Kimberly Street Penang 10100
Opening hours: 10am-10pm daily
Telephone: +60 4 261 2851
Neighbourhood: Georgetown

5. Lean Giap Trading
A handicraft dealer eking out an existence on the fringes of the over-hyped antique trade, this shop scores on wayang kulit (shadow play) puppets, wood carvings, face masks, metal Buddha heads and statues. A small selection of worn tableware and porcelain exist to justify the glorified title of "antique" dealer on its business card. Stuffed from floor to ceiling and front to back with merchandise more dusted than antiquated, standing room is tight and a sense of claustrophobia soon develops from the multitude of effigies and non-talking heads staring from every nook and cranny.
Address: 449 Chulia Street Penang 10200
Opening hours: 10.30am-7pm Mon-Sat
Telephone: +60 4 262 0520
Neighbourhood: Georgetown



1. Art Deco & Frame
This art gallery has much to offer--it is a true example of the Malaysian way of life. Promoting the finest from Malaysian artists, Art Deco has art occupying every inch of its space. Landscapes, scenery, still lifes, abstracts and other artistic variations offer plenty to choose from.
Art is normally assumed to be expensive but at this gallery you will find something to fit every budget. There are some beautiful pieces going at reasonable prices. There is also a selection of frames to complement your purchase.
Address: S47 2nd Floor, 1-Utama Shopping Centre 1 Lebuh Bandar Utama Petaling Jaya Selangor 47800
Opening hours: 10am-10pm Sun-Thu; 10am-10.30pm Fri-Sat.
Telephone: +60 3 7727 3801; 7726 2408
Neighbourhood: Bandar Utama

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