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Thursday, August 12, 2010

Malaysia-Ramadan Bazaar.

Malaysian Muslim celebrate Ramadan, towns and cities throughout Malaysia hold a Ramadan Bazaar. Each bazaar has its own distinctive flavour that comes to life after dusk with a series of stalls and vendors pedaling their wares. They are a great place for visitors to sample traditional Malay cuisine which is freshly prepared and cooked on open coals while you wait.


Stutong Ramadan Bazaar....Kuching


Kota Samarahan Remadan Bazaar-Desa Ilmu Commercial centre

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Comes Ramadan Malaysians are spoilt for choice when it comes to food no matter they are Muslim or non-Muslim.  In Ramadan there are plenty of temporary stalls selling food at the place gazetted by the local council for the whole month of Ramadan.  Malaysians will flock the market normally after coming back from work and it spares them the hassle of cooking their meal for breaking of fast especially for both working parents

Just see for yourself how colourful and busy the market is.


cyrildason said...

I'm skipping the bazzar ramadhan this year because I feel the prices of foodstuff in this pasar to be slightly high... Kind of miss pasar ramadhan in the peninsular where Air tebu was just RM1, pari bakar was simply RM3 only.

benludin said...

salam ramadhan bro...