Ramadan Nights: Singapore’s Bazaar
If you are here during Ramadan you can catch some of the breakfast excitement at Geylang Serai. The Muslim quarter comes to gather after sundown with bazaars and night markets selling both food and trinkets that are a sight to behold.
One of the Lion City’s old Ramadan bazaars, over 1500 stalls and tents are set up with in flashing lights and bright coloured fabrics at Geylang, creating a good opportunity to mix with the locals.
Go hungry. The big draw here is of course the food. Traditional dishes mix with a medley of new creations such as Red Velvet Churros and Nutella shakes – a very welcome drink in the heat.
Play carnival games, shop everything from flowers to inflatable toys, and even get your hands hennaed by the experts. Plan for a whole night’s fun – and a unique Singapore experience.
It’s become quite a trend for restaurants to offer Break Fast Buffets. Ask my team for recommendations and then have them book your spot – these popular promos sell out fast during Ramadan.