14 Things That Will Somehow Taste Better When You Buy It From The Ramadan Bazaar

Hands up if you only start craving for murtabak or ayam percik when it's Ramadan. :p

It's the holy month of Ramadan, and you know what that means... the return of Ramadan bazaars!

The early evening crowd at the TTDI Ramadan bazaar.

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Happening only once every year for a month, Malaysians often flock to these street food fiestas to get their hands and fill their tummies with a variety of delicious Malay dishes.

While most of the offerings may be available all year round in eateries across the country, we totally think that these Ramadan favourites sooomewhat taste better when you buy them from the bazaars:

1. Murtabak

A stall vendor making roti jala @ Bangsar Ramadan bazaar.

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Charcoal bun roti john @ Bangsar Ramadan bazaar.

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4. Satay

Chickn and beef satay @ TTDI Ramadan bazaar.

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Satay on the grill @ Putrajaya Ramadan bazaar.

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5. Ayam percik

Ayam percik on the grill @ TTDI Ramadan Bazaar.

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Ayam percik, glazed with a sweet and spicy sauce @ Stadium Shah Alam Ramadan bazaar.

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6. Popiah basah

Popiah basah @ TTDI Ramadan bazaar.

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A stall vendor making popiah basah @ TTDI Ramadan bazaar.

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7. BBQ chicken wings

8. Meat kebab stuffed in pita bread or buns

Kebab kukus in a bun @ Kampung Baru Ramadan bazaar.

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Briyani gam Johor with lamb shank + eggggs

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10. Kuih tepung pelita

Kuih tepung pelita @ TTDI Ramadan bazaar.

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11. Apam balik

Apam balik @ TTDI

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12. Putu piring

Putu piring @ TTDI Ramadan bazaar.

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A stall vendor preparing putu piring @ TTDI Ramadan bazaar.

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13. Colourful agar agar jelly

Colourful agar agar jelly @ TTDI Ramadan bazaar.

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14. Traditional kuih muih

Traditional kuih muih

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What local dishes do you crave for when Ramadan bazaars start popping up? Tell us your favourites in the comments section below!

Have you checked out these popular Ramadan bazaars yet? Put them in your must-visit list this year:

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