Spending time and money at a local street market on this fasting month of Muslims, Bazaar Ramadan has been a part of our culture here in Malaysia. Every Malaysians and visitors in Malaysia love to be at bazaar Ramadan as it feature variety of foods and drinks that somehow will make you stunned on how wide your selection of ‘one food’ you are searching for could be. There are numerous of bazaar Ramadan here in Malaysia that you can find nearest to your home especially in Kuala Lumpur. For people in Kuala Lumpur, here are 4 popular Bazaar Ramadan in Kuala Lumpur that we have listed out for you below:
1) Bazaar Ramadan Jalan Raja Alang, kampong Baru
Kampung Baru is known as ‘’the paradise of food’’ by people in Malaysia. Here, you can find foods from different region across the world especially Arabic, Indian and Indonesian’s food. Bazaar Ramadan kampung Baru is the best spot for someone who wants to experience a long set of stalls that feature everything that you crave for in one place! Good news for people who prefer to ‘go – cashless’ while satisfy their shopping desire, you can now use your Touch and Go E Wallet to buy the appealing Ayam Percik, Mouth – watering Kuih Pelita and all of the dishes here for your break fast!
2) Bazaar Ramadan Taman Tun Dr Ismail (TTDI)
Bazaar Ramadan TTDI is also one of the most famous Bazaar Ramadan due to the crazy length of the stalls! Since TTDI has a MRT stop, this Bazaar is floaded with people. So, be prepared for the long queue Make a stop here if you want to find the best Nasi Tomato in town!
3) Bazaar Ramadan Wangsa Delima, Wangsa Maju
Bazaar Ramadan Wangsa Maju located nearby Wangsa Maju LRT station are not longer exists but don’t worry, you can easily find other Bazaars in Wangsa maju area. Bazaar Ramadan Jalan Wangsa Delima is one of it! Nasi Lemak Kukus is the mega steal, and you only need RM5 for that! Also, have some soy milk drink for a perfect combination meal!
4) Bazaar Ramadan Jalan Telawi, Bangsar
You can get here by using lrt and walk 10 minutes from the lrt to the Bazaar as it is very difficult to find a parking space. Although Baazar Ramadan Jalan Telawi is not as big as it used to be, it still highlights only the best local dishes in town! Visit Bazaar Ramadan Bangsar at 5 and have your break-fast at Wangsa Walk, the famous shopping mall in Setapak.
Complete your Ramadan with visiting the Bazaar Ramadan today!