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Here’s The List Of 26 Pasar Malams That Will Be Allowed To Operate From Today



Source: The 150cm Story & Fun N' Taste

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Ever since the PM announced that morning markets, as well as pasar malams, were allowed to re-open, netizens have been confused. While most missed their pasar malam, most of them were still worried about the risk these places pose without proper SOPs.

Shah Alam City Hall confirmed that the Setia Alam pasar malam will still not re-open. The Selangor government fears that this night market which is the longest pasar malam in the country might disrupt the Covid-19 recovery process our country is currently undergoing.

Out of the 30 pasar malam in Kuala Lumpur, 26 will be allowed to re-open while four others including Setia Alam are still under consideration. Shah Alam City Hall confirmed this as due to a large number of vendors in the market (700 stalls), and the large number of people visiting it, it would be hard to contain the crowd and maintain social distancing.

All approved pasar malam will be divided into two batches to avoid overcrowding. Sin Chew Daily reported that there will also be government officials there to assist the hawkers on the SOPs in operating based on the new normal.

Other SOPs include each stall should not exceed three workers and all of them must wear their protective face masks and have a disinfectant at their stalls. They also have to make sure customers maintain social distancing and make sure they check in with SELangkah.

“Each family visiting is limited to 2 people per family. Children below the age of 13 and those with body temperature above 37.5 degrees Celsius are prohibited from entering.”

Here are the 26 night markets you will be allowed to visit from now on:

Monday pasar malam:

1.Seksyen16 Jalan16/3

2.Seksyen18 Jalan18/A

3.Seksyen18 Jalan18/2

4.Seksyen28 Jalan28/25

5.Seksyen34 Jalan Hon 34/10

6. Jalan stering 34/6 (Bukit Kemuning)

7.Seksyen U20 Jalan Perusahaan 1/A, Bandar Baru Sungai Buloh

Tuesday pasar malam:

8.Seksyen6 TLK Pasar Moden

9.Seksyen17 TPK Pasar Malam 17/19

10.Seksyen31 Jalan Anggerik Mokara 31/E Kota Kemuning

Wednesday pasar malam:

11.Seksyen7 TPM Jalan Plumbum 7/100

12.Seksyen24 Jalan 24/B

13.Seksyen24 Jalan 24/25

14.Seksyen U5 Jalan U5/18A Mahsing-Pinggiran Subang

Thursday malam:

15.Seksyen27 Jalan27/6

16.Seksyen U13 Jalan Setia Perdana BB U13/BB

Friday pasar malam:

17.Seksyen6 TLK Pasar Moden

18.Seksyen25 Jalan25/38

19.Seksyen34 Jalan Hon 34/10

20.Seksyen34 Jalan stering 24/6 (Bukit Govining)

21.SeksyenU2 Jalan Saujana Indah 1, TTDI Jaya

Saturday pasar malam:

22.Seksyen19 Jalan19/D

23.Seksyen19 Jalan19/E

24. Seksyen20 Jalan Singa C 20/C

25. SeksyenU5 Jalan Bulan BV U5/BV, Subang 2

Sunday pasar malam:

26. Seksyen U16 Taman Bukit Subang

Pasar malams that are still NOT permitted to operate under the jurisdiction of Shah Alam City Hall:

1. Jalan Apollo Seksyen U5, Sungai Buloh

2. Jalan Dinar U3/5, Subang Perdana

3. Pasar Malam Jalan A U13/A Setia Alam (Malaysia’s longest pasar malam)

4.TLK Pasar Kampung Baru, Sungai Buloh Wellfare

Unlicensed hawkers operating in these markets are urged to apply for their licenses to avoid getting fined or even being banned.

Although we’re happy to see local businesses finding a comeback, we have to remember to always follow the SOPs set. Make sure to wear your face masks and maintain social distancing!


Also read: You Can Start Visiting Pasar Pagi & Pasar Malam But You NEED To Follow These SOPs!

Source: ISMAWeb

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