Let’s visit a Chinese morning market here in Kuala Terengganu and check out what’s going on there
Welcome to episode 50 of my trip all around Malaysia. If you haven’t seen the previous episodes you can watch them here:
After visiting a lot of Malaysian night markets in the past weeks while traveling Malaysia it was time to visit a Chinese morning market. I am not really a morning person, so I haven’t been to many morning markets yet, but I thought it would also be interesting to check them out and compare them to night markets. I found this Chinese morning market here in Kuala Terengganu and started to explore and walk around there with the goal to find a light breakfast and a coffee.
When you travel southeast Asia, I can highly recommend you to check out as much markets as possible. The markets, no matter if it’s a night market or a morning market, are always interesting to explore. Especially Chinese markets are always full with interesting things to find. When you are traveling southeast Asia, you are going to see that this market culture exists in every country here. Other than in many western countries. The good thing about traveling Malaysia is that here so many nationalities and cultures are combined in one country, so let’s check out this Chinese morning market here in Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia.
Are you a morning person? Do you prefer morning or night markets? Let me know in the comments ⬇️
After the Corona Lockdown, it is now possible again to travel Malaysia. In the next weeks I will travel Malaysia (all around the country) and make daily vlogs about it. I will show you how to travel Malaysia, how to do backpacking Malaysia and show you what it’s like to solo travel around this country in southeast Asia. So, if you are interested in backpacking southeast Asia in general or specifically interested in backpacking Malaysia, then this series of my Malaysia travel vlogs might be interesting for you.
How is it to travel Malaysia 2020 after the Corona lockdown? Will there be tourist or will I be the only one? How to travel Malaysia on a budget during this time? We are going to find out all of this in the upcoming weeks, daily vlogs from now on, documenting my whole trip traveling Malaysia, so stay tuned, if you are interested in travel Malaysia by yourself or travel southeast Asia in general 😊
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