Walking down Petaling Street
Pao (baozi 包子in Mandarin or siopao in Filipino).
The "Mr. Black," taro with milk filling, is the best kind!
People line up to drink pure sugar cane juice??
In addition, I learned that it's best to try to establish a relationship with one vendor. Not only would that vendor appreciate your service, but they are also more likely to remember you and throw in a few free treats every now and then. I would often come to the same pao (see pic above) vendor to fill my pao craving. One time when I was out of change, my favorite pao vendor told me to pay him back next week, which was super sweet.
There are many different night markets located throughout KL, some only appearing on certain days of the week. There’s a nice one that would open at 5pm on Sundays by Taman Paramount (LRT station), There's a big one also every Sunday at 5pm in Bangsar that catering to expats (expect to see tons of Europeans).
A "wet" market
Central Market (good for souvenirs and has a decent cheap food court) and Petaling Street next to it (good for knock off handbags and accessories) are open every day all day until 10pm-ish. There are also “wet markets,” which are markets that sell the same produce as night markets, but have wet floors from the vendors.