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Batu Ferringhi Night Market, Batu Ferringhi

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Wander through Batu Ferringhi Night Market to browse merchandise that ranges from handcrafted ornaments and jewelry, to knock-off designer goods and inexpensive souvenirs. Remember that the vendors at this market expect you to haggle, and you will likely end up paying more than you should if you don't. Soak up the lively atmosphere while munching on some freshly prepared Malaysian snacks and dishes offered by the market's diverse food stalls. Add Batu Ferringhi Night Market to your Batu Ferringhi travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Batu Ferringhi itinerary planner.
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  • Free shuttle provided by HRC penang van only operates from 630pm to 11pm to drop off pick up back to hotel. Even can walk towards to the hotel if u love walking as a exercise. V popular among tourists...  more »
  • While the family was resting in the Flamingo hotel, I had itchy legs and decided to drive to Ferringhi Beach for a drive. And ended up parking at Parkroyal Hotel for a short walk along the famous Nigh...  more »
  • Watches, (My Rolex cost £6000 in Europe and I cam get one here for £15.00) Trinkets, Fake handbags and designer clothes you can dress here as cheap as chips and you can throw it away when it gets dirt...  more »
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  • One of the best foods night market on the island, more for shopping than for food. You'll find an endless array of stalls selling everything from magnets to tech accessories, to counterfeit goods. Get your haggling game on, as nearly everything is up for negotiation. There's a good amount of food options outside of the market, so if you're feeling hungry, all you have to do is cross the street.
  • Beach is beautiful especially in evening...did not find the market any appealing but Good food joints, we went to Bora Bora and it was really good.
  • Great market, really friendly people. They don't really hassle you too much, but expect them to reel off what they have to sell at you. Longbeach and pushpa's are great food halls to get amazing food at amazing prices
  • I am rather harsh on the review of Batu Ferringhi Night Market because it wasn't what I expected and I didn't enjoy the experience. What I was expecting was a night market with a mix of street food stalls and shops selling authentic local produces. However, there was a limited number of street food stalls within the market itself. There are quite a number of food places available though from places like Long Beach Cafe or The Ship - which are within close proximity to the market but the lack of street food vendors that are integrated into the market is a major minus point for me. The market though mainly offers a wide variety of counterfeit products - ranging from shoes, belts and bags. They do sell iconic Penang- centric graphic T-Shirt but most of the products seems to be targeting tourists. A lot of the stores are actually a repetition of one another and they essentially sell the same products. All in all, if depends on the objective of your travel. If you are looking for a shopping spree - this may be a good place as there are tons of vendors selling a wide variety of souvenirs and accessories - although counterfeit they may be. But if you are more of a foodie who wants to explore the night market for the local street food by the roadside kinda thing - you are better off not including this as part of your itinerary.
  • A lot of shops n food to try on..not forgetting spas n massage centres too...if u r thr know how to bargain coz prices r damn expensive