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Food Hunting For Iftar? Here Are Some Popular Ramadan Bazaars In The Klang Valley

Food Hunting For Iftar? Here Are Some Popular Ramadan Bazaars In The Klang Valley

From Ayam Percik and Roti John to Tepung Pelita and Air Balang, there are tons of Ramadan Bazaars in the Klang Valley for you.

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One big thing that reunites us all Malaysians during the holy month of Ramadan is, of course, the food. With that being said, Ramadan Bazaars are packed with a plethora of foods ranging from Middle Eastern cuisines and Western to Malay and Indian cuisines.

Some of the popular Ramadan staples you need to get your hands on are; Roti John, Tepung Pelita, Ayam Percik, Murtabak, Satay, and those colourful refreshing drinks in containers (Air Balang).

Now ready for the iftar food hunt to commence?

Here are some popular Ramadan Bazaars in the Klang Valley for you to visit during this holy month:


Famous for having the popular popiah basah stall here called Pakya Popia Power, this Ramadan Bazaar located at Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 2, TTDI sells a lot more food than we could fathom. From kambing bakar and cheeseburgers to otak-otak and apam balik, you can get anything you want here.

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Plus, they are also going cashless with several more cashless payment transactions, other than the regular TNG eWallet and Boost app. Check the atmosphere there this year here.

2. Stadium Shah Alam

Popularly known as one of the largest Ramadan Bazaars in Shah Alam, no doubt that they’ll have everything here. You’ll find more than one Roti John or Nasi Kerabu stall here. You just have to be prepared to walk. A lot.

(Credit: Bazaar Ramadhan Stadium Shah Alam / Facebook)

Plus, you can also spot the popular Chef Ammar Nasi Briyani here too. Check out the stalls there in this video.

3. Bukit Bintang

Located just in front of McDonald’s Bukit Bintang, you’ll find numerous stalls lining up in front of the shop lots. Known for their limited parking, you can try using public transportation by alighting at the Bukit Bintang Monorail station or MRT station. Here’s a video of the scene there.

(Credit: KL STuff / YouTube)

Besides that, you’ll definitely be able to get those viral kunafas and shawarmas here too as they’re just a stone’s throw away.

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4. Taman Melawati

Even though it’s considered one of the biggest Bazaar Ramadan in the KV, it is also the most crowded. Taman Melawati Ramadan Bazaar is located in a large parking lot, just beside the Melawati Mall.

(Credit: Agenda Daily)

You can get the popular Nasi Tomato and Nasi Biryani from Chek’s Catering here. You can also find various Malaysian kuih here such as tepung talam, tepung pelita, cucur udang utara and many more. Check out some of the mouth-watering food here.

5. USJ 4

Bazaar Ramadan USJ 4 is located in Subang Jaya and the most packed stall is Azmi Murtabak, which sits just at the entrance.

(Credit: FarraFysalle / YouTube)

Besides that, some of the food there includes Laksa Johor, Kebab, Fruit Cocktails and many more. Check out the stalls and food available there here.

6. Kampung Baru

Set against the gorgeous backdrop of the Petronas Twin towers, the Kampung Baru Ramadan Bazaar is located at Jalan Raja Alang (near Masjid Jamek Kampung Baru). They’re mostly known for their wide arrays of bubur lambuk (porridge).

(Credit: KL Stuff / YouTube)

You can also get here by public transportation by alighting at the Kampung Baru LRT station. Here’s a tour of the bazaar.

7. Jalan TAR

In conjunction with Ramadan, Jalan TAR – famous for being the holy grail of textile shopping – has moved its weekly Saturday market (pasar malam) from Lorong TAR to Jalan TAR itself.

(Credit: Astro Awani)

For the third time, Lorong TAR is used as a place for its Aidilfitri Bazaar which will be held from 29 March to 21 April from 10 am – 12 am for you to shop for your Eid essentials.

So if you wanna go to the Ramadan Bazaar there, make sure to go to Jalan TAR every Saturday on 1 April, 8 April and 15 April during this year’s Ramadan. Take a look at the hustling and bustling weekend bazaar last Saturday here.

These Ramadan Bazaars are near public transportation

If you’re thinking of skipping the jam, you can also go to Ramadan Bazaars by using public transportation such as the LRT or MRT.

A list for those Ramadan bazaar seekers

Here are a few other honourable mentions of popular Ramadan Bazaars in the Klang Valley.

  1. SS6/1, Kelana Jaya
  2. Jalan Telawi, Bangsar
  3. Desa Pandan
  4. Kinrara 5
  5. Taman Setiawangsa
  6. Bandar Tun Razak
  7. Taman Equine
  8. Greenwood, Gombak
  9. Seksyen 7, Bandar Baru Bangi
  10. Seksyen 17/1A, Petaling Jaya
  11. Masjid India
  12. Seksyen 14, PJ

If you wanna find a bazaar near you in KL, you can check out the full list here. Meanwhile, also lists bazaars in Selangor.

However, do remember not to spend too much at the bazaars. Spend on the things you would eat only, otherwise, the leftovers would just turn to waste.

Besides that, do bring your own biodegradable plastic bag or containers there too, to go green.

Tired of bazaars for iftar? Try these Ramadan buffets and F&B chains that offer Ramadan menu items for a change of appetite.

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Say, if you’re new to the Ramadan Bazaar experience, try these tips which include how to get discounts and how to be eco-friendly.

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