Popular with both expats and Malaysians, the stalls offer a whole range of goods, such as fresh and cooked food, clothing and electrical products.
The advantage of being in Bangsar too, is that if you get bored of the market, you have a whole host of great eating and drinking spots close by.
The disadvantage is that it's not the easiest place to get to by public transport -- Bangsar LRT station is a 30-minute walk away. Probably the best bet is to catch RapidKL bus U87 from Pasar Seni, and get off at Bangsar Village shopping centre.
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