A shabbier version of Singapore's Chinatown. Cramped and devoid of trees, it gets awfully hot and sweaty during the day. Not sure why the town council still allows automobile and motorcycle traffic to run through these tiny streets - either way, beware of snatch theft. Prices in local 'antique' (more like bric-a-brac) shops start at RM1,500 (US$500) for the most trivial of items. Overall, I expected more.
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