On a more serious note, despite its central location I still find it quite a challenge to search for bazaars selling acceptably good secondhand items, trinkets and antiques in KL. All the good ones I'm thinking of are situated in Jonker Walk, but then again that is in Malacca. But thinking again there are a few places in KL where this kind of market actually flourishes and perhaps become like a diamond in the rough. I am pretty sure avid thrift shoppers would quickly agree where the place is (the entry title says it all...).
Lodged at the ground floor of Amcorp Mall, this niched out flea market attracts KL-ites every weekend with its array of wonderfully random and kitschy objects for sale. Personal items, memorabilia from all across the globe, collectors items like obscure vinyl records and not to forget fashion accessories mingle and present a mishmash of selections for potential buyers. Even if you are not interested in buying these random objects, just by looking at the antics of the people would be an equally enjoyable experience. I'd guarantee a smile on your faces by simply window shopping at this kind of premise - where else can you find a stall selling old musical items like a brass bugle, small organs and a gramophone sit next to one that offers stamps, old personal letters and used pottery?
I obviously cannot escape from posting purely about non-fashion objects, as this market clearly sells secondhand articles of clothing as well. There are several stalls selling accessories like bags, shoes and "vintage" watches. ("vintage" definition is open for a debate as I'm not sure whether a 1990's Casio can already be considered vintage timepiece...). Either way I don't intend to purchase any of them, due to its steep price (around RM200 per watch? I'd rather stick to my cheap Swatch, thanks).