It is the first week of Ramadhan, and speaking of Ramadhan, one of the things that everyone is excited about during this holy month is none other than the yearly Ramadhan bazaars!

Regardless if you’re Muslim or a non-Muslim, everyone is always looking forward to the highly anticipated bazaars that are filled with all sorts awesome food which range from a wide variety of choices.

Here are some of the best Ramadhan bazaars in the Klang Valley that you should go to!

1. Taman Tun Dr Ismail

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Located at Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 3, the Ramadhan bazaar in TTDI starts slightly earlier than the others, around 3pm onwards, making it easier for people to find parking and avoid traffic. It is also aimed to attract the non-Muslims for their late lunch hour.

Famous for: Kuih Tepung Pelita, Nasi Tomato with Ayam Masak Merah, and Popiah.

2. Kampung Baru

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There are plenty of deep-fried food stuff here, but the bazaar is most known for the free and delicious Bubur Lambuk which you can get from the nearby mosque.

Famous for: Bubur Lambuk, Roti John, and Putu Bamboo.

3. Shah Alam Stadium

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The bazaar is the biggest in Selangor, located just opposite Stadium Malawati. Due to its huge space, the bazaar has a lot of parking slots and more than 200 food stalls spanning across six rows.

Famous for: Papa John Kambing, Ayam Golek, Nasi Khabsa, Kebab Cucuk and Kambing Golek.

4. Taman Melawati

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According to several sources, there is a high chance for visitors to meet with some local celebrities at this bazaar, as some of them will open their own stalls there.

Famous for: Ikan Bakar, Roti Bom, Dim Sum, and Air Kelapa.

5. Kelana Jaya

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Located across Mini Market Giant, this Ramadhan bazaar has vast array of drink stands, and also a great number of halal Chinese food stalls.

Famous for: Nasi Kukus, Air Kelapa and Tebu, Nasi Goreng, and Sotong Bakar.

6. Bangsar

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The bazaar is located right in front of the Bangsar mosque and food court, and it is smaller compared to the other bazaars, making it a bit lacking in terms of variety, but still, there are several famous food stalls which still attracts patrons to this place, such as the Raja Murtabak, and some of the Kelantanese dishes.

Famous for: Raja Murtabak, Ikan Bakar Portugis, Rojak, Nasi Dagang, Nasi Kerabu, Ayam Percik, and Roti Jala.

7. Jalan TAR

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Located right in the middle of Kuala Lumpur, the Ramadhan bazaar is most popular for its rather cheap food and drinks. Also, this bazaar doesn’t just sell food, it also sells all sorts of clothing, accessories, toys and more.

Famous for: Cendol and Air Mata Kucing which priced at only RM2!

8. Wangsa Maju

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You can easily find this bazaar in front of the Wangsa Maju LRT station, and it is home to the famous Murtabak Maggi. However, the bazaar is a bit of a walk, so it will be a bit tiring for fasting Muslims to walk all the way to the end and back.

Famous for: Murtabak Maggi, Rojak Singapore, Roti John

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