They were trading all kind of stuffs and mainly are old, used or second hand stuffs. Stuffs such as shoes, clothing, scrap iron, watches, VCDs, medicine, jewelry, hand phones, perfumes, TV, radio, you name it you can get it here. Seem to me that most of these stuffs were either stolen or salvaged from rubbish dumps.
The was even a side walk café confined at this back lane serving hot drinks, toasts, half boiled eggs and noodles and it was crowded with people.
This lane reminds me of Lorong Kulit in Penang, but this one in KL is not as huge as Penang. Always wonder why these peoples only trade in the morning.