A month before the this celebration, our Muslim friends will fast for a month and during this month, the food traders will take this opportunity to sell their food before the breaking of fast. Today, I will share with you of my visit to one of the Ramadan Bazaar.
The Ramadan Bazaar offer an array of delicious fare of Malay food. These bazaars are closed throughout the day, but come to life in the late afternoon as bazaar food shops prepare food for Muslims breaking their fast at sundown.
The shoppers in the bazaars aren’t all Muslim, though; Malaysian Chinese, Indians and foreign tourists also benefit from the bazaars’ great eats and bargains.
Roasted chicken on the grill. That a pick. 😊
Many choices of drink… all packed for those breaking fast.
Lots of people walking around and looking for the many options and varieties to choose from.
Bee Hoon soup…..
More Malay food….
Malay style Yong tau foo and also they offer squid and Kangkung mixed w prawn paste.