5 Biggest Bazaar Ramadhan and Their Must Check Out Food!

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Bazaars during the Ramadan are just one of the most awaited part by many. There are a lot of stalls we can visit selling a variety of snacks! Let us now have a glimpse of the 5 biggest Ramadhan Markets. But, let us also show courtesy and respect to our Muslim friends by prohibiting eating in front of them.

1. Kampung Baru

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Feast over Kampung Baru 200 stalls including Antarabangsa best coconut rice and famous delicacies from Bubur Lambu!

Location: Jalan Raja Muda Musa (About 10 minutes walk from Kampung Baru LRT)

2. Taman Tun Dr. Ismail

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TTDI is located at Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 2 where people usually queue to buy murtabak raja with mutton, beef or chicken! Their parking space is big and stores a lot of fresh food!

Location: Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 2, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur

3. Shah Alam

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The Bazaar Ramadhan at Shah Alam Stadium is most tourists and locals favorite bazaar! During the bazaar, you can see lots of people from all walks of life enjoying every stall especially the Popiah and Laksa!

Location: Stadium Shah Alam, Seksyen 13, Shah Alam, Selangor

4. Taman Melawati


Taman Melawati Bazaar Ramadan is popular for its large scale of food stalls ranging from traditional to specialty food!

Location: Jalan Bandar Melawati, Taman Melawati, 53100 Kuala Lumpur

5. Subang Jaya

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Since Subang Jaya is the largest bazaar in the city, some people choose to go here around 3 o’clock where the place is no longer crowded so they can try the famous Ayam Golek and Kambing Golek!

Location: Seksyan 9 Putra Heights

Top 10 Food Pick!

1. Murtabak

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Murtabak is a famous pancake made with diced meat, onions, egg, and garlic then fried until golden brown.

2. Roti John

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Roti John is a staple food during the Ramadan Festival. It’s made of bread filled with meat and black pepper sauce!

3. Kuih Tepung Pelita

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This sweet is very rare nowadays because it is very laborious and time-consuming to make!

4. Lemang

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Bamboo rice is imperishable during the fasting month! The rich aroma of the glutinous rice, coconut milk and salt in a bamboo tube burnt is addicting!

5. Roti Jala

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Roti Jala is often serve with curry sauce but now it has a new flavor! Try the durian and pandan flavors!

6. Ayam Percik

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This grilled marinated chicken can be seen in many parts of Malaysia. The juicy taste of the chicken made more tasty with the coconut milk!

7. Arabic Kebab


Kebab is a very popular food in the Middle East and also during the Bazaar Ramadhan! Delicious meat on a pita dough with onion, cabbage, and sauce!

8. Satay

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Whether it is beef, chicken or mutton, they are all equally mouth-watering!

9. Agar-Agar


Different flavors, different tastes, but very affordable! Make sure to have a bite!

10. Roti Goreng

This oily bread with sardines, beef or chicken stuffing is really delicious and a must try at the bazaar!

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