|The bird's eye view of Kelantan market from the upper floor.|
The big market at Kelantan - Pasar Besar Siti Khadijah - is quite an experience, a whirlwind of smells and colours. If I recall correctly, there were three levels: fresh produce on the ground floor, dried or processed foods on the first floor, and textiles on the top floor. I won't say much more... here is the pictorial tour!
|This looks similar to snake fruit, but not quite - does anyone know what it is?|
|Assorted dessert jellies. The green one is used in "cendol", I'm not so familiar with the red one.|
|An array of pickles.|
|Malay ladies buying and selling "kuih" - cakes that are usually eaten for breakfast.|
|The market stall where we got our "nasi kerabu".|
|Really really delicious "nasi kerabu" at the market. The blue rice is coloured with natural flower dye.|
|Many different types of crackers, that you can buy home to fry up for a crispy treat.|
|Dried fish - so many sizes and varieties!|
The end. I have to confess that I was mostly drawn to taking photos of the food and not much else. Hope that this post is, regardless, an interesting and satisfying glimpse of Pasar Besar Siti Khadidjah!