Pandemic takes big bite out of ‘kacang putih’ sales

Kampung Kacang Putih in Buntong, Ipoh, is devoid of customers these days. – Photos: RONNIE CHIN/The Star

IT IS unusually quiet in the normally bustling Kampung Kacang Putih in Buntong, Ipoh.

The area, famous for its Indian tidbits and snacks, used to be crowded with busloads of local and foreign tourists, particularly during weekends.

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Kampung Kacang Putih , Buntong , Ipoh , covid-19


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