I ♥ Ramadhan Bazaars!

I absolutely love Ramadhan Bazaars!
Every year I look forward to visiting one of these daily glorious Malay food fairs!
The best of Malay cuisine are not to be found in exquisite exclusive expensive boutique diners.
The best of the best is always born out of years of trial & error in the humble kitchens of everyday makciks!
And just for 30 days a year, these sweaty chubby golden girls share their works with you at a token price of what these priceless creations are worth!

Step into one of these carnivals that can be found all over Malaysia (even in Sibu, Sarawak!) during the Holy month of Ramadhan & breathe in the festivities.
Watch as families, teenagers in school uniforms & senior citizens walk from stall to stall counting their money & wondering what delights they will find in the next stall.
Sample the stalls yourself & you'll find Roti Jala, Kek Lapis, Kari Paf, Tempeh, Agar-Agar, Leko, Ayam Masak Merah, Kari Ayam & Sambal Ikan Billis just to name a few!

However, the beauty of a Ramadhan Bazaar is not found only in the food.
It can also be found in the people.
People of every skin colour, language & social background are welcome to the same location & pay the same price for the same food.
Nobody is special there. Everyone is treated as Malaysians.
Even though we are different in so many ways...
We gather together for the one love that each & every Malaysian shares...
The love for food.

Salam Satu Malaysia!


  1. Wah Koko! Very the semangat! Heehee.. Salam Satu Malaysia too! :D

    p/s sigh.. here no pasar ramadhan.. i miss currypuff..

  2. Salam Satu Malaysia bro...

  3. heyy mr yong. tak datang puteri titiwangse lagi kee? nie dah balik sarawak ehh?

  4. yes!! bazaar ramadhan is the best!!

  5. Ayam golekkkkkkk! Yum yum.
    These days, Pasar Ramadhan is also where people get their baju raya, accessories and biskut raya. It's great business! And the best time to go is when it's almost buka time hahahaha.......everything at half price!

  6. Yea,many nice foods.
    but pretty Jam !!!!!=(
    the peoples and trafic=/

  7. i also like bazaar very much!! always greedy and couldn't make decision what to eat...and this is the time weight INCREASE!!

  8. Jessica:
    You there go experience the local food la!


    I'm sure that if you had spent some time looking through my blog, you'd find your answers.

    It is!

    I'll take note of that!

    I like the jam!
    But I dont like H1N1 though...

    That's why you should never go shopping when you're hungry!

  9. Anonymous13/9/09 05:36

    me no like you... coz here no ramadhan bazaar... blek.... and me know me english very powderful... kam sia... lalalalala....

  10. no bazaar in tioman either! dank!!

  11. i love bazaar ramadhan.at this moment, i really feel like going to buy plane ticket n going home for raya a.s.a.p..miss my home sooooo much!

  12. The Ramadhan bazaar... I was actually thinking about the very same thing just now and here you wrote it down. Cool :D xx

  13. Anonymous13/9/09 16:59

    the ramadhan bazzar is awesome but i can't find one near the place i live . bu-hoo

    but there's one pasar malam there . it's awesome ! it's pretty much like the ramadhan bazzar but lesser malays .

  14. bazar kt sini sangat menyedihkan.

    i miss kerinchi's.

  15. you make me miss home and raya food!!!

  16. Felicia: When you're back here, you'll miss all the good food you used to have back in Aucky!

    Najib: DANK!!!

    Nur Ain: Don't worry...
    This will all be over very soon.
    Make the best of what you have now!

    Sarah: I guess we share an affection for makcik's cooking!

    Vio: Take me there some day ya?

    Sayda: Me too...

    Sheila: Come back la~~


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