In Singapore, the Geylang Serai Bazaar stands as a testament to the country’s multiculturalism. During Ramadhan, this vibrant event brings together Muslims and showcases the diversity of this small nation. Singapore, with its multi-ethnic society, harmoniously accommodates various religions, allowing them to observe and celebrate their respective traditions. For Muslim travelers visiting Singapore during Ramadhan, the Geylang Serai Bazaar is a must-visit destination, offering a unique experience and a glimpse into the cultural richness of the country.
Geylang Serai Bazaar
The Geylang Serai Bazaar has been the biggest and most awaited night market (Pasar Malam) during Ramadhan month in Singapore. This year, it occurs from May 12 to June 14 or along the fasting month. You will find many tasty foods served in instagrammable presentations which are also halal.
If you come to Singapore and do not know where to find foods to break your fast, you can directly visit this annual mega-affair. These are some tasty treats you can try:
• Crispy Chicken Rendang – Hyde & Co
Remember the controversial recipe from MasterChef UK? You can also have it made by the chefs from Hyde & Co. The frying drumstick is fried to the crisp and coated with spicy rendang sauce.
• The Wrangler – 21 Sliders
Try The Wrangler, a variety of American style slider, featuring crispy buttermilk fried chicken patty placed on tangy purple coleslaw and a lightly toasted bun.
• Singapore’s First Mentaiko Beef Cubes – Beef Bro
Owned by Danial Ashriq, a Channel 5 actor from Suria, Beef Bro is a newcomer. It has previously been found in Taiwanese night markets and you can try Mentaiko Beef Cubes with Singapore signature.
• Sofnade – Meatballs in a Bucket
Have ever tried meatballs before? You can have them now served in buckets that can food two people do it’s massive size. You have an option of chicken or beef.
• One LItre Thai Milk Tea – 555 Thai Tea
Enjoy the authentic Thai tea at 555 Thai Tea stall. You can have a litre cup of tasty drink to over your thirsty feeling.
The choices of tasty foods and drinks are excessive. You won’t be able to take it all in one visit. Fortunately, you still have time until June 14th. Just prepare yourself for the crowds as they usually start entering the bazaar from 4 pm. You should go as early as possible.
Bring a fan or small towel to get the sweat away. Even monsoon season also brings the rain, so have an umbrella with you. Put on comfortable shoes to walk through the bazaar.
Have you found interest to give Geylang Serai bazaar a try this Ramadhan? Find the most affordable ticket and comfortable seat flight at Airpaz website now and get ready to hunt delicious foods to break your fast.