The night market is an informal urban event commonly found in most Malaysian cities, towns, and neighbourhoods. Night markets, which usually take place from late afternoon until late evening, started operating in cities in Malaysia in the 1970s following the implementation of the New Economic Policy. This chapter investigates night markets in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and maps a night market operating at multiple scales: the city, street, and the stall. It investigates how places like the night markets and other informal street markets work. It aims to encourage designers, planners, market stakeholders, and even visitors to reflect upon how the night markets work in urban Malaysia, informing decisions made in regards to them. Two of the longest running night markets are located in Lorong Tuanku Abdul Rahman (TAR) and Taman Connaught. The products become part of the elements that give the night market its informality and richness, yet they may come from wholesalers in the formal sector.