The Borneo Post reported recently a proposal by DBKU (Kuching North City Council) commissioner Datuk Wee Hong Seng to introduce night food markets in old Kuching streets, to start with lanes such as Kai Joo Lane (a lane off India Street).

This proposal is inspired by the success of the week-end “pasar malam” that developed in Siniawan old town after the completion of the heritage conservation project in which the Sarawak Heritage Society was involved.

The Borneo Post’s article : Old streets to turn into night food spots