With Ramadan just around the corner, Singapore’s biggest pasar malam event is back again this year—yes, it is the highly anticipated Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar! Soak in the festive vibes and exciting atmosphere at the night market which will be running from 12 May to 14 June 2018 along Haig Road and the Malay Village.
This year’s Geylang Serai bazaar proves to be equally spectacular—featuring both classic, traditional Muslim cuisine to creative hipster food that is created to stand out on your social media feeds. The plethora of street food and Halal delights that are offered at hundreds of stalls in this massive bazaar is nothing short of impressive and it will probably take you more than one visit to see everything.
As usual, admission to the Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar is free so there is really no reason why you shouldn’t be making plans with your family and friends to be a part of the buzzing Ramadan festivities these few weekends! READ ON
Uncle Ringo—Singapore’s favourite amusement and theme park—is happening at Punggol Bazaar from now until 25 June 2017.
With adulthood creeping up on most of us, fun is often something we take for granted. But let us not allow ourselves to fall into the endless cycle of monotonous routines and instead, unleash our inner child at Singapore’s favourite carnival—Uncle Ringo.
This time, Uncle Ringo is making its appearance at the Punggol Bazaar. Be prepared for heaps of good food, carnival games and rides that you can have a go at.
Happening from now until 25 June 2017, the Punggol Bazaar can be easily located as it sits just next to Exit D of Punggol MRT, right opposite Waterway Point.
Foodies, are you ready? The annual Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar 2017 is finally here! This year, the Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar will be held from 26 May 2017 to 24 June 2017 around the areas of Geylang Serai market, Joo Chiat Complex and along Haig Road with more than 1,000 stalls expected to be part of the event’s lineup.
From a variety of foods that includes traditional Hari Raya favourites to a crazy number of Instagrammable desserts, you will be in for a wild ride!
Admission to the Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar is free and there are endless reasons why you should not pass up on the chance to thrive in the festivities at Singapore’s largest pasar malam. Curious to know what treasures you can find there? Read on to find out more!
Our quest to find even more awesome grub this Ramadan has brought us to Tampines. The bazaar here is a lot smaller than the booths at Geylang Serai, but it still many food and drinks to offer and tempt.
Some of the booths are the exact same ones at Geylang Serai, so those who live around the area need not travel all the way down to Haig Road to satisfy their cravings. A good thing to note is to visit about half an hour before or after the period of breaking fast as many of these stalls go for breaks.
We scoured the entire Tampines Ramadan Bazaar to find our favourite treats. From Gula Melaka Donut Balls to Taro Jelly Bagged Drinks and Chendol Soft Serve, here are our top picks from Tampines Ramadan Bazaar 2016.