The annual Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar is back! With its bright fairy lights and bustling, festive atmosphere, it’s the mother of all Pasar Malams and the prime spot to head to this month, or until it ends on June 5.
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Although the bazaar has drawn attention in recent years for its stall-owners’ innovative takes on Singapore favourites and traditional dishes (think rainbow-coloured dishes and quirky flavours), this year, organisers promise that 60 per cent of the 150 food stalls will sell traditional Malay dishes.
Whether you’re into homely, comforting old-school Malay fare or you’re looking for something a tad more creative and experimental for the ‘gram, the stalls in the bazaar will tick all the right boxes. There are just way too many to highlight, but here are 10 must-tries if you are heading down:
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