Last Updated on 2023-04-03 , 10:15 am
If you think the crowd at the most popular Ramadan bazaars at Geylang Serai and Kampong Glam are not for you, don’t worry.
For easties especially, you would be delighted to know that there will be a new one at Giant Tampines Hypermarket.
For foodies and those looking forward to Iftar, here’s one more bazaar to add to your bucket list this Ramadan.
What to Expect
According to the Facebook page I Love Tampines, the Ramadan Pasar Malam at Giant Tampines will commence on Saturday, 1 April, and run until Friday, 21 April.
The pasar malam was re-introduced following the success of their previous year-end pasar malams.
Last year, the year-end pasar malam held by Giant Tampines Hypermarket offered over 20 stalls.
Why Bird Paradise Suddenly Became Singapore’s Yishun:
Some food sold there included classic bazaar items such as takoyaki, prawn vadai and Thai milk tea.
There were even carnival games and activities for children.
This year, the Ramadan pasar malam will have 16 stalls.
Items sold include staples of Ramadan bazaars such as Turkish shawarma and Ramly burger. Similar to last year’s pasar malam, vadai and Thai street food will also be sold.
Here’s what’s being sold at the pasar malam in greater detail:
The pasar malam will be open from 12 pm to 10 pm daily.
It will be located at the hypermarket’s carpark and free parking and shuttle bus services will be provided.
Netizens Calling for All Food Stalls to Be Halal
You may have heard that a stall was recently found selling pork at a Marsiling Ramadan bazaar.
Well, netizens were quick to urge Giant to ensure that all food sold at the pasar malam to be halal.
After all, the main point of this pasar malam is to celebrate the festivities of Ramadan.
Not to worry, though, as Giant has confirmed all food to be halal.
Other Ramadan Bazaars in Town
Aside from the most popular and packed one at Geylang bazaar, another crowd favourite is the bazaar at Kampong Glam.
With over 80 stalls, the bazaar boasts scrumptious food, such as fusion pasta and traditional Malay kueh.
The bazaar is conveniently located along Baghdad Street, Kandahar Street and the outside Sultan gate, surrounded by plenty of eateries, so it’s food galore for you.
Closer to easties, the Twilight Flea & Feast Ramadan Bazaar located at Downtown East will commence on 13 April and run until 16 April.
On top of food and festive products being sold, there are also activities for children, such as face painting.
There will also be a bazaar held at Our Tampines Hub from 1 April to 19 April, with festive products being sold by Mr Bean and the Institute of Mental Health, as well as games and workshops in store for you.
There are also several neighbourhood bazaars, including one at Tampines N2 Shopping Street, which runs until 6 April. A food item popular at this bazaar is the Banana Cheese Crispy, which comes in various flavours.
There is also a bazaar at Punggol located near Waterway Point Punggol MRT exit until 20 April, which sells the classic Ramly burger and apam balik and offers unique desserts such as honeycomb waffle bowl ice cream.
Do head down to these bazaars while you can to enjoy the delicious food and festivities.
- Confirmed: Senior Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam Running for President
- S’pore Food Blogger Alleges Fake Mao Shan Wang Durians Being Sold at Markets; Offers Tips on How to Spot Fakes
- Grab Driver Caught Picking Up Passengers Like a Taxi & Claimed She Was “Helping” Them
- There Might be Water Coolers in Orchard Road Soon But It Might Not Be Free
- M’sian Girl Who Went Missing in Myanmar Suddenly Posted Video Saying She’s “Very Safe”