“One man’s trash is another man’s treasure”, they say.
What better way to find such treasures than scouring the flea markets to find antiques, vintages, bric-a-brac and even things you wouldn’t even know exist?

1. Amcorp Mall

The country ‘Largest Indoor Flea Market’ as stated in the Malaysia Book of Records, Amcorp Mall’s Flea Market has been around since the mall opened in 1998. The most established and well known flea market in Malaysia, the wide range of items will leave you in awe! A paradise for bargain hunters and romantics searching for nostalgic items, head down here during weekends!

Some of the cool stuffs that can be found here at AMCORP Flea Market.

Some of the cool stuffs that can be found here at Amcorp Mall Flea Market. (Photo from Facebook)

Address: No.18 Jalan Persiaran Barat 46050 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
Facebook: Amcorp Mall

 

2. Ropewalk Bagan Taman Selat

Take a trip to Butterworth to discover the island’s earliest flea market with a growing number of busy stalls selling pre-loved items, antiques, new apparels, traditional medicine, old books and even costume jewelry. This indoor flea market opens daily till late afternoon!

Antiques collection at Ropewalks Flea Market

Antiques collection at Ropewalk Flea Market. (Photo from Facebook)

Facebook: Ropewalk Bagan Taman Selat
Address:  Ropewalk Bagan Taman Selat, 12000 Butterworth, Malaysia.

 

3. Memory Lane

 Let’s go down memory lane looking around nostalgic stuff that brings back childhood memories at Ipoh’s very own flea market. Fondly known as ‘Loken’ by the locals, this market is located on Jalan Horley. You can get old school stuff at affordable prices, just keep the bargains on fire!

Memory Lane Flea Market

Memory Lane Flea Market. (Photo from Website)

Website: Ipoh Tourism
Address: Jalan Horley, Kampung Jawa, 30300 Ipoh, Perak

 

4. Gaya Street Flea Market

If you’re in KK town on Sunday, this is the perfect place for your morning stroll. There is a large range of good quality local products that will be hard to find elsewhere! Local artist crafts, coffee grinders, foods and Gaya Street Flea Market sells just about everything you can think of. You might go home with very cheap price if you politely haggle for better price!

Sunday morning at Gaya Street

Sunday morning at Gaya Street.(Photo from Sabah Tourism)

Website: Sabah Tourism
Address: Jalan Gaya, Pusat Bandar Kota Kinabalu, 88000 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah

 

5. Lorong Kulit

Antique collectors, this is the place you don’t want to miss! Opens every day since early morning, you might find something worthy at unbelievably low price, IF you patiently sift through the stuff and bargain like a pro. Some of the items sold here are no longer in production, and that is the true joy for collectibles.

A perfect place for antique collectors!

A perfect place for antique collectors! (Photo from Facebook)

Facebook: Lorong Kulit
Address: Lorong Kulit, 10460 Penang, Malaysia

6. Johor Bahru

Located in the heart of the city in Johor Bahru, this flea market even attracts visitors from Singapore. There’s a mixture of old and new items to shop nightly from 6:00 p.m. until midnight. This place is good for strolling while looking at the wide range of items such as clothing, antiques, street foods and more.

Johor Bahru Flea Market

Johor Bahru Flea Market (Photo from Facebook)

Facebook: Bazar Karat JB
Address: Bandaraya Johor Bahru, Johor Bahru

 

7. Pasar Warisan

Having been in existence since 2008, this flea market is open only on Sunday morning and this is where the art of bargaining takes place. You might go home with rare items at cheap prices. Located at Jalan Utam Singh near Pasar Besar Seremban, collection hunters can get their hands on historical goods and various items.

This flea market is located at Negeri Sembilan. (Photo from Website)

This flea market is located at Negeri Sembilan. (Photo from Website)

Website: Pasar Warisan
Address: Jalan Utam Singh, Bandar Seremban, 70000 Seremban, Negeri Sembilan

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