Semporna's Market is found on the wooden jetty where fresh fish are sold together with jungle and farm produce. Semporna is relatively small and isolated town off Sabah's south-eastern coast and can be reached by air, road and sea. The town is built on an old caral reef believed to be 35,000 years old and whose exposure is caused by a general uplift of the land and surrounding sea bed.
Jalan Satok Sunday Market, Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia - This vibrant Sunday market along Jalan Satok, comes alive Saturday afternoon when local traders from the outskirts of Kuching peddle their wares. Catch a glimpse of the fat squirming grubs, sieet, or unique wild ferns "midin" and other jungle produce sold in makeshift stalls by the roadside, or simply on empty rice sacks lain on the ground