More vendors set up on the concrete walk outside the market's main door. I imagine it's a symbiotic arrangement that attracts more business to all involved, though it's also quite possible that the market charges a fee for permission to do business on its property.
From the specialist to the left, I bought a drinking coconut (rm 3), and from his immediate neighbor — who also sold dofufa — soybean milk with brown sugar syrup (rm 1.30). The dessert vendor's wares, which were more varied, required some thought. Many had a porridge-like texture, and with the help of an English-speaking local who worked nearby (thanks, Rosie!), I identified bubur chacha, pulut hitam, and bubur kacang hijau. But gandum (shown below, rm 2) was a stranger. I needed a few moments to look past the coconut-milk base and see it for what it was — a sweet wheat porridge.
Near Lorong Ara Kiri 1, Lucky Garden, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur
(From a summer 2010 visit)