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Wednesday, 27 September 2017

Delicious Laksa For Supper At Petaling Street.

It was a blessing to be in the company of some wonderful young adults who are almost half our age (hubby and I). And the best thing of all is that we all enjoy food! The topic on supper was being discussed even before we finished our dinner. After dinner which was about 7 pm, we walked back to our hostel to rest and by 9 pm plus, we were walking out to Petaling Street again. We knew what we wanted to eat and the young people led the way to this laksa stall. I didn't take a snapshot of the stall but I did remember to take snapshots of our bowl of yummy-licious laksa!
Hubby and I shared this bowl of Assam Laksa with a piece of crispy fried beancurd roll. Just look at the generous amount of fish meat.
Due to the poor lighting, the broth may not look good but in actuality, it was tasty.
Walking towards Petaling Street.
The night market is packed with tourists and locals.
Both sides of the street is lined with stalls set up by the vendors selling all kinds of stuffs.
We didn't buy anything from Petaling Street except looking for food. We left behind countless of footprints on Petaling Street during our 3D2N stay.
Stained glass windows of a church next to the hostel.
View of the lighted up Kuala Lumpur tower from our room.
View of the Maybank tower, Kuala Lumpur from our room.
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The following photos from my garden are for joining Floral Bliss.
Pink and purple Wishbone flowers.
Begonia flowers. 
Bougainvillea plant with multi colour flowers.
Purple flower from the Green Brinjal or Green Eggplant.

Linking to Floral Bliss.

One of them was Lydia, a saleswoman from Thyatira,

a merchant of purple cloth. She was already a worshiper of God

and as she listened to us, the Lord opened her heart

and she accepted all that Paul was saying.

(Acts 16:14, The Living Bible-TLB)

62 comments:

  1. Good atmosphere at the night market, lovely photos. Thank you for the beautiful flowers as well Nancy. Enjoy your day.

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  2. What is Assam Laksa? Noodle and fish? Looks very tasty!

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    1. The broth is savoury with a sweet, sour and spicy taste, boiled with fish meat, etc. It is very appetizing!

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  3. Love the views of KL from your window. The food looks good. Take care Diane

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  4. The night views of the city are terrific Nancy!
    Beautiful blooms too!

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    1. Thank you, Christine. The night view is beautiful!

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  5. Wahhh.. Nancy! Many years I have not been to Petaling Street... nice trip for you!

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    1. I last visited it about 30 over years ago before I got my transfer.

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  6. That looks like the assam laksa I love! Is it down a dark side street? If you look around you can see cages of live chickens? This stall also sells good curry laksa if so.

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    1. I think it should be the same one. It was too dark to see clearly but I heard that it is besides the market. Yes, it has both assam laksa and curry laksa.

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  7. A wonderful post Nancy, lots of interesting things to see.

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    1. Thank you, Denise. Petaling Street is a very interesting place.

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  8. mmm tiene que estar delicioso ese plato de comida

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  9. ah, where is this assam laksa stall? looks so tasty with lots of fish. I want to eat it!!

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    1. Ha ha...I know it is just along the Petaling Street and next to the market. It was dark and I couldn't get a clear picture of the stall. The business starts around 3 pm.

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    2. if it is the same stall as the madras curry laksa then I know where it is.

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    3. I think it is at the entrance of Petaling Street wet market. I am not sure whether it is the same stall as the one opposite Hotel Chinatown Inn. The business is run by 2 old aunties and 1 old man.

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  10. The wishbone flowers have a face of pansy! Nice capture from your garden and streets of KL. Liked the view on both towers

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    1. Thank you, Jeevan. I am glad you enjoyed the view. Have a beautiful day!

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  11. What a joy to walk around the night market and enjoy supper. Such beautiful stained glass windows and a wonderful array of flowers.

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    1. Thank you, Mamas. I am already missing the good food!

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  12. Beautiful flowers Nancy. Love the purple theme and the wishbone flowers are new to me so very interesting.

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    1. Thank you, dear. Wishbone flowers are now growing all over my garden.

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  13. What a lovely post. Lots of people in the city. Lots of people.

    You dinner looks divine. I love all of your food.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ☺

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. The street is packed with people when night falls.

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    1. There are many stained glass but most of them are too far away to get clear shots. Have a good day, William!

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  15. The tower is beautiful, and so are the flowers. The last flower is really stunning, I have never seen one like it. It looks very exotic! I think it is like a breath of fresh air to visit with much younger people.

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. Spending time with young people makes one feel younger and laugh more too!

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  16. Thanks for the interesting post! Have a nice day)

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  17. I love to shop at night markets

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    1. Night markets are interesting places! Have a happy day!

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  18. Interesting post dear! thanks for sharing xx

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  19. It looks like a busy place to visit. Beautiful flowers!

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  20. Feel like I am back in Petalimg Street. Still crowded as ever. Nice photos of the flowers.

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    1. It is still the same busy street as I knew many years ago.

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  21. I love your garden Nancy! It's always so lush.

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    1. Thank you, Lei. It is getting overcrowded with too many plants. Lol!

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  22. A great meal and lovely photos!

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  23. Bonitas fotos. Las flores están preciosas. Besitos.

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