One of the things we look forward to every Ramadhan is the bazaars. While the pandemic has halted all activities last year, Ramadhan bazaars have made a return for 2021! Anyone looking to get their fill of satay, bubur lambuk, kuih and more for iftar can check out this guide of bazaars to visit in KL and Selangor. If you're planning to drop by any of these spots, make sure to adhere to all SOPs - wear your mask and observe social distancing at all times.
All Ramadan bazaar are only allowed to operate between 3PM to 8PM daily
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1. Kampung Baru
Previously located on Jalan Raja Muda Musa, the Kampung Baru Ramadan bazaar is now located at Jalan Raja Alang. Make your way here for their popular Roti Goreng McGyver (named after the popular ‘80s TV character) and their famous creamy porridge cooked with assorted spices, bubur lambuk
2. Taman Tun Dr Ismail (TTDI)
Located right in the heart of TTDI along Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad, this Ramadan bazaar is one of the most popular ones. Prepare to feast your eyes on loaded cheeseburgers, ayam goreng kunyit and murtabak made with loads of flavourful meat chunks.
3. Seksyen 13, Stadium Shah Alam
One of the best-known bazaars in Klang Valley and the biggest in Shah Alam, this bazaar is located at Padang Dataran Shah Alam in Seksyen 13, just opposite Stadium Malawati. It's definitely a must-visit for any foodie as they offer all kinds of yummy treats like ayam golek and dhaka teh ais.
4. Jalan Telawi 1, Bangsar
This Ramadan bazaar might be smaller compared to the rest but you can still find a myriad of delicious delicacies here to satisfy your cravings. Look forward to unique creations like rajabak
(a hybrid of roti jala
) and of course Nasi Kerabu, a famous Kelantanese dish which includes blue-coloured rice served with fresh local herbs and vegetables, salted egg, dried salted fish or fried chicken and spicy sauce.
5. Wangsa Maju
Conveniently located right across Wangsa Maju LRT station, Wangsa Maju Ramadan bazaar is a great place to drop by on the way home. A few of local favourites you can find here is Roti John, gulai tempoyak patin sangkar and x.
6. USJ 4, Subang Jaya
Neither too big nor too small, this Ramadan bazaar in USJ 4 is just the right size with enough vendors for patrons to find what they need. It’s located along Jalan USJ 4/5 within a residential area, so it's highly likely that you'll face traffic and parking issues if you’re there during the peak time.
7. Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman
Located on Jalan Raja, in front of Sultan Abdul Samad building, one of KL's famous bazaar is back and you can expect to find a huge melting pot of traditional delicacies, ethnic influences and Ramadan favourites.
8. Bukit Bintang
Situated right in the heart of the city along Jalan Sultan Ismail (right in front of the iconic McDonald’s), it’s hard to miss the Bukit Bintang Ramadan bazaar. Here, you'll find a range of traditional dishes like nasi lemak, tepung pelita and popiah basah. The bazaar is less than a minute walk from Bukit Bintang Monorail and MRT stations, but if you’re still not sure, just let the aroma of nasi briyani
lead the way.
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