Food court gets monthly reprieve


Regular patrons at Emporium Makan having their lunch. - Photos by KK SHAM/The Star

TENANTS of stalls at Emporium Makan, a well-loved food court along Jalan Pasar in Klang that had been slated for demolition, have been given a chance to continue trading on a month-to-month basis.

According to Klang Municipal Council (MPK), the grace period to trade could stretch until Dec 31, before the building is demolished to make way for a light rail transit (LRT) phase 3 line station.

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