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It was quite interesting to know that Night Markets in Langkawi are setup throughout the week i.e. all seven days, however, each night of the week they are setup in different locations:

(Click on the links top open Google Maps in a new window)

Sunday @ Padang Matsirat Night Market
Address: Kampung Padang Mat Sirat, 07100 Langkawi, Kedah
Address: 2, Taman Wawasan Indah, Kampung Padang Gaong, 07000 Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia
Address: Kampung Chenek Kura, 07000 Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia
Address: Lencongan Putra 3 Kuah, 07000 Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia
Address: Kampung Lubok Buaya, 07000 Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia
Address: Jalan Padang Gaong, 07000 Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia
Address: Lencongan Putra 3 Kuah, 07000 Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia
The timings of these night markets are from 6pm in the evening till 10pm in the night. 
Because we were happen to be in Langkawi on Sunday, we got the chance to explore Padang Matsirat Night Market. The market is comprised of several stalls setup alongside the street and in the open lot. We saw both locals and tourists in great numbers sprawling over stalls/booth selling all kinds of pickles, biscuits & confectionaries, snacks, local food and juices, clothes & drapery, souvenir items, watches & sunglasses, wallets & handbags, artworks, DVDs, small gadgets, etc..
If you haven't tried the King of Fruits i.e. Durian, you can try these here 🙂 and also the huge Jack Fruits (checkout the video) weighing, I think around ~ 10-15kg.
We tried a number of food items from these stalls (checkout the video), including:
  1. Mee Goreng (RM 3) :- made with (spaghetti) noodles, (scrambled) eggs & (stir fried) vegetables, topped with green chillies in some black sauce (soya?) - didn't like the sweetness in it 😞
  2. Biji (RM 1 for 2 pcs) :- Deep fried crispy rolls & triangles with mashed potato filling - again sweetness killed it 😞
  3. Ayam Goreng (RM 2) :- Deep fried (lightly battered) chicken pieces - batter used for coating lacks taste. Won't recommend 😞
  4. Murtabak Ayam (RM 4) :- Fried flat bread with filling of mince chicken, scrambled eggs, chopped onion, chopped green chillies and some light spices - tastes good 🙂 but lacks wow factor
  5. Nasi Kukus (RM 5) :- Sticky coconut white rice, deep fried chicken piece, sambal sauce, spicy curry (made from chicken/beef stock), sliced cucumbers - Didn't like it at all 😞 specially the curry, although it looked quite similar to the curries made in Pakistan/India, but it tastes very differently in a negative way. May be it's because our taste bugs are not accustomed to such taste.
  6. Cucur Bilis (RM 1 for 3 pcs) :- Spinach and bean sprouts fritters - Oil alert! 
  7. Doughnuts (RM 1.5) :- Best snack/desert among the ones we tried in this market. Different flavorful fillings of chocolate, blueberry, lemon cream, durian, date, strawberry, etc. Other doughnuts include plain ones and sugar coated, chicken floss coated and chocolate glazed. Very fresh and very tasty. Highly recommended 😄
  8. Dorayaki (RM 1 for 3 pcs) :- Small pan cakes with different varieties - Sri Kaya (coconut milk) and Nenas (pineapple) - Lacks taste and spongy 😞
We weren't disappointed because in our experience you won't necessarily find all quality items in food streets, there are good and bad, and expect both. However, one recommendation is to always try fried, snacks, hot food items then and there; don't parcel them and carry along to eat them afterwards, because they will loose the warmth, freshness and become soggy.
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