Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Ramadan Bazaar 2016 @ Kampong Glam

Another bazaar which i will visit is the one at Kampong Glam.


 (1) Stalls


(2) Not so crowded in the afternoon


(3) As i was standing there wanting to take picture of  the dates, the seller, who was sitting, stood up and ask me if i want to buy, so i  just have a quick snap of the dates, lucky i was not scolded.


(4) Drinks


(5) Different type of kuehs


(6) This huge banana makes me think of TM, as he ever blog about huge banana.


(7) Finger foods


(8) Sotong


(9) Kebab


(10) Cookies


(11) Sausage


(12) Stalls



(13) The otah that i am looking for, i ever ask them last year, beside at Ramadan Bazaar, where do they sell the otah, the reply is that they only sell it once a year during Ramadan Bazaar.


(14) This should be the mosque that 小影 mention wanted to visit, but didn't manage to visit.


(15) Otah @ 5 for $2.50


(16) Not too sure what this is called, glutinous rice with hebi hiam filling, but find that the hebi hiam is so little.  3 pieces @ $2.50.


(17) Popiah @ $1.20 per piece, with yam bean, mashed egg, and a bit of chilli as the filling.


(18) Kueh @ $2  per packet, if buy 3 packet, will be $5, i only buy 1 packet, if not i will end up overeating.

18 comments:

  1. kebab還真的很久沒吃了!好想念喲…

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  2. Those bananas are pisang tanduk, slice and coat with batter to fry. Makes very nice goreng pisang/banana fritters.

    Gee!!! Everything looks great! So long already since they started puasa and I have not checked out the Ramadhan bazaars here, so lazy...old already. :(

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    1. Maybe can check it out before Hari Raya, if not have to wait next year liao...

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  3. I have been to one bazaar on Monday. I love looking through the food that they sell.

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  4. I will keep it for my next visit.

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  5. Good morning Sharon,
    so much yummy food.

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  6. (6) For a moment I thought I read "TM blog about his huge banana" OMG! O.O
    (16) That thing called pulut panggang in Malaysia, not sure Singapore has different name or not, since otak-otak you guys call otah...

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    1. hahaha...

      Thanks for sharing... Maybe if i pass by malay stall selling it, i can ask them about it...

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  7. So many good food to choose. I want to buy one of each :)

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    1. Too bad i can't eat much, if not can buy more, hehe...

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  8. My eyes are on the Otah. I have not visited the bazaar for many years. Used to indulge in all the sweet cakes. Lol!

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    1. I like it, but can only eat once a year from this stall as they only sell this once a year...

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  9. I have no time to visit the bazaar as yet. I should go one Sunday.

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    1. Hope to see your pictures after you go, hehe...

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