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Pasar pagi (Malay, lit. morning market) is a type of market found in Malaysia and Indonesia, quite similar to a wet market. Pasar pagi and pasar malam (lit. night market) are different - pasar pagi opens in the daytime every day while Pasar malam opens at night and only on selected days of a week. Pasar pagi is where many housewives and old folk appear and the things which are on sale are vegetables, fish, meat, clothing and all kinds of daily products.
One of the biggest pasar pagi is at Jalan Pasar of Kuala Lumpur.
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