Masjid India Flea Market (Indian Mosque Flea Market) is one of the most unique day markets you can find in Kuala Lumpur. Predominantly serving the Indian-Muslim community in KL, the market can be found along Jalan Masjid India which was named after the local Indian mosque located at the entrance of the market.
Featuring a stretch of blue-tinted glass awnings, this day market provides shoppers with some much needed shelter from both rain and shine. The street is also home to several pre-war shop lots selling fresh produce, herbs and spices, and is a well known spot to obtain fabrics and traditional Punjabi clothing.
Head in toward the flea market, where you’ll find a long row of makeshift shops selling a wide range of clothing, toys, electronics, accessories, souvenirs and more at dirt cheap prices. These stalls extend all the way to the Masjid Jamek LRT station, allowing for a convenient exit to your next destination.
During the Ramadhan month, Jalan Masjid India and the adjacent street, Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman transforms into a vast food market, where you can experience Malaysian street food at affordable prices. From 3pm until sundown, stalls display a wide range of food, catered towards the fasting local Muslims to takeaway for when they break their daily fast.
We recommend visiting the flea market on Saturday afternoons after 4pm, as it’s an easy transition to find the Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman night market, (to be linked to article) which operates only on Saturdays, located on the adjacent street to Jalan Masjid India.
Opening Hours: 9am – 10pm, Daily
Address: Jalan Masjid India, City Centre, 50100, Kuala Lumpur
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