Travelogue

Ramadhan Bazaar 2013

The Ramadhan (Ramadan) fasting month falls in summer time.

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Bazaar has becoming a good marketplace for Muslims and non-Muslims to scout for food in the evening.

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We visited one of the bazaar nearby and look for the usual food choices.

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I saw a few stalls selling roast duck and dimsum.

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The rest are usual food options such as Roti John, mutabak.

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The choices of drink have extended to To Fu Fa, Lin Chee Kang, Sea Coconut. Nothing beats the traditional rose syrup and Cendol.

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One of the unique additive is ‘sticky rice’ in the drink.

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Grilled chicken is one of the popular dish, with variety of sauces.

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I got back with BBQ chicken smell on my shirt.

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The sizzling grilled fish looked very tempting. It is advisable to take a look at the clarity of the fish eyes (before it was cooked beyond recognizable). You may find some stalls offer fresher fish.

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Another attractive aspect of the food bazaar are the colourful food.

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The blue colour drink is "blue lemon”. Not my cup of tea.

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If you are overwhelmed by the high energy food, you can go for salad or tofu.

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I would say large majority of the food are either fried or grilled.

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Now I have reason to exercise (so that I have excuse to eat more).

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If you are visiting Malaysia on the first time, then it would be good experience to visit Ramadhan Bazaar to have a short course of local snacks and cuisines.

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3 responses

  1. London Caller

    You’re making me so hungry now!

    July 16, 2013 at 4:03 am

  2. Here is a list of popular bazars in and around KL:

    http://hazemanhuzir.blogspot.com/2013/07/bazaar-ramadhan-terbaik-di-lembah-klang.html

    July 17, 2013 at 2:02 pm

    • Thank you Hazeman for sharing his finding of recommended bazaars around Klang Valley (Malaysia). The article was written in Bahasa Malaysia.

      July 17, 2013 at 2:54 pm

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