Cleaning up wet markets’ dark, dirty and smelly image


UCSI University student Tien Jun Xiang proposes adding a basement level and a sprawl of latticed wall to the old Sentul Market. — Photos: YAP CHEE HONG/The Star

THROUGHOUT history, traditional wet markets have been a lifeline for the common folk as a place to seek sustenance, and a hub of economic activities.

With the prevalence of shopping malls and of late, food and grocery delivery service, these markets are dying a natural death.

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