Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar Photo Diary

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Blinding lights, roaring calls from stall owners and the mouth-watering scent of barbecued meats. Join us as we bring you on a tour around the Geylang Serai night bazaar, one of Singapore’s most popular Ramadan bazaars.
First up: Picking up some festive ornaments for the home
Celebrating Ramadan means new outfits! We love the intricate details on the sleeves of these Baju Kurungs (dresses)
After the sun sets, the fast is usually broken with sweet drinks that provide a quick energy boost like the Katira
When we see the crowd, we get excited ‘cause that’s where the food’s at
We asked Mak Cik if her Nasi Lemak was good—her smile says it all
We dug into these succulent Ayam Bakar skewers-
and the Singaporean Pasar Malam (night market) staple, a good ‘ol Ramly burger!
We even caught a live performance of this man belting out a tune at the pop-up Karaoke station
Besides traditional Muslim dishes and snacks, international dishes are also available at the bazaar. This includes the Swiss Raclette (roasted vegetables and meat topped with bubbly molten cheese)-
Mouth-watering Turkish Doner Kebab Wraps-
and even Thai Iced Milk Tea!
'Cause of fun rides like these-
kids are nuts about night bazaars too!
We had a go at the “Fishing” game booth (we didn’t win anything, sadly)
and we got pretty excited when we saw these tubs of cotton candy—we could munch on these fluffy clouds of sugar all day long
Let’s not forget about the addictive Keropok (deep-fried crackers)—Keropok Udang (Prawn Crackers), get in our bellies!!
Towards the end of the bazaar, we stumbled upon the plant stall-
and brought a prickly little friend home with us
We couldn't help but snap a shot of the dazzling light up display
 
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On behalf of all our CEOs (Chief Experience Officers) from Royal Plaza on Scotts and 8 on Claymore Serviced Residences, we’d like to wish all our Muslim readers a blessed Ramadan kareem!

 

Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar

Dates: Now till 14 June 2018

Opening Hours: Varies but most food stalls open for business from around 3pm or later. If you want to bask in the Ramadan festivities, the bazaar starts to get busy at around 7pm

Where: Spanning Haig Road to Paya Lebar—there'll even be a featured section in Wisma Geylang Serai, a new Malay-Muslim social, cultural and heritage hub in the area

Getting There from Royal Plaza on Scotts (By Taxi/GrabCar*): 13-minute drive from the hotel

Getting There from Royal Plaza on Scotts (By Train): Paya Lebar MRT Station, 11 stops from Orchard MRT Station (3-minute walk from Royal Plaza on Scotts Orchard Hotel)


*GrabCar works similarly to a taxi service — simply book via the kiosk at the hotel and get picked up at the hotel’s entrance!
   

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