The vibrant, lively, and mouthwatering bazaars are back this year with classic buka puasa eats, snacks, and thirst-quenching drinks.
Here are the top 10 Ramadan bazaars in Klang Valley that you should not miss.
1. Bukit Bintang Ramadan Bazaar
The Bukit Bintang Ramadan Bazaar, located in the heart of KL right in front of the iconic Bukit Bintang McDonald’s outlet, is difficult to miss when you’re in the area. They serve classics like nasi briyani, nasi lemak, roti john, and more.
2. TTDI Ramadan Bazaar
The TTDI Ramadan Bazaar, located on Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad, is where you can get a delicious cheeseburger, apam balik, kambing golek, pulut udang, or murtabak.
3. Taman Melawati Ramadan Bazaar
Taman Melawati Ramadan Bazaar is one of Klang Valley’s largest bazaars. With rows and rows of stalls selling everything from kuih muih to roti bom, ayam percik, nasi lemak, tauhu bakar, pasta, and more, you’ll be spoiled for choice.
4. Kampung Baru Ramadan Bazaar
Another well-known Ramadan bazaar in Klang Valley is Kampung Baru Ramadan Bazaar. Bubur lambuk (savoury porridge), a comfort food cooked deliciously the traditional way, is one of the best sellers here and is sure to make you feel warm inside.
5. Stadium Shah Alam Ramadan Bazaar
A foodie’s paradise, Stadium Shah Alam Ramadan Bazaar is located at Padang Dataran Shah Alam in Seksyen 13, with stalls selling everything from nasi itik to BBQ chicken wings, roti john that oozes with cheese, and murtabak Singapura.
6. Bangsar Ramadan Bazaar
The Ramadan bazaar in Bangsar is the ideal neighbourhood bazaar, located just a 15-minute walk from the Bangsar LRT Station. They serve all of the classics and are well-known for their putu piring, grilled seafood, and ayam percik.
7. Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman Bazaar
The Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman Ramadan Bazaar is another iconic bazaar, stretching out proudly in front of the iconic Sultan Abdul Samad building. This massive bazaar has over 300 stalls selling Ramadan classics like kuih, ayam percik, ikan bakar, nasi campur, mee goreng, and more.
8. Wangsa Maju Ramadan Bazaar
The Wangsa Maju Ramadan Bazaar is easily accessible and will delight you with its rows and rows of stalls. It is located within walking distance of the Wangsa Maju LRT station. Popular dishes include juicy ayam percik, creamy Laksa Johor, and the one-of-a-kind Murtabak Maggi.
9. Ramadan Bazaar Seksyen 14, PJ
Ramadan bazaar in Seksyen 14 is one of the oldest in the area, having served Petaling Jaya residents for years despite having to relocate a few times. The Penang popiah basah stall here has a long line and is usually sold out by 5 or 6 p.m. Other stalls selling seafood bakar, ayam panggang, and roasted lamb are also popular.
10. Masjid India Ramadan Bazaar
Ramadan bazaar in Masjid India is close to the Masjid India mosque and is known for its delectable Indian-Muslim fare. The restaurant serves everything from tandoori chicken to putu mayam and will not disappoint you with its vibrant atmosphere. There’s also a covered area with stalls selling clothes, toys, cookies, and other items – ideal for Raya shopping.