Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Pasar Ramadan 03

The Muslim normally buka puasa - resume consumption of food and water - by 7.30 in the evening. The Bazaar Ramadan therefore will be very crowded from 4pm - 6pm. However if the stall is popular enough, and when it's weekend, you can expect the crowd to start coming in as early as 3 in the afternoon.
Just like this Popiah stall. When I reached the bazaar at 3.45pm, there was already a long line waiting. It's the same condition every year. Sometimes if you reach there late, you are likely to go home empty-handed.
Festive is big business here.
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Eki said...

Your bazar Ramadan post are really interesting. I don't think we have it quite what you have in Malaysia. I know though that in some cities in Sumatra and Kalimantan, they do have bazar like this.

Now I think the best time to visit Malaysia is probably during the Ramadan. It must be great to have a culinary tour of all the dishes offered.

Have a good weekend, Murphy.

J.C. said...

I have added links of your Bazaar Ramadhan to the same posting I had on Sept 3. So we can show more scenes of Bazaar Ramadhan in Malaysia.

marley said...

Hey Murphy_jay, where are you?! Hope things are ok. Come back soon! :)

小玲 said...

IS VERY GOOD..............................