The custom and immigration complex. Straight up is to Golok, shopping paradise of Thailand, to the left... Rantau Panjang's town, here we come...
The narrow street of Rantau Panjang.
Welcoming sign. We went during the third week weekend, still many people but not as jammed pack should we went there during payroll time or school holiday period.
Clothings, also heaven for tudung, cookware, kitchenware, souveniors...
Some of the popular imports, gifts for wedding, small towels, candles, pot pourri - all at reasonble price. No wonder wedding wannabes would throng Rantau Panjang for this.
Traditional food galore - can have bepam, dodol, lempuk... yummy yummy!!
Cartoon character stuffed toys. I must admit that it is one of the reason that attracted me here. Bought one stuff doll to my 9 months old niece, Mira - cost me RM8/=. Cheap!
Is MIA a regulator or a country club?
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