This Ramadan, immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of these bazaars, savour the flavours of Malaysian cuisine, and create unforgettable memories with friends and family.

These Ramadan bazaars are not just about shopping; they celebrate culture, community, and, most importantly, food. Selangor, being a melting pot of diverse cultures, offers a rich tapestry of flavours and aromas during Ramadan.

Here are a few bazaars you’ve got to check out:

Located near SACC Mall and Plaza Alam Sentral, this Ramadan bazaar opens at 3pm and is one of the most popular in Shah Alam. There are many different food options, like Ayam Percik, Tomato Rice, Nasi Kerabu, and Lamb Shank Briyani Rice!

Both the PKNS Complex building and SACC Mall offer parking to visitors.

Address: Seksyen 14, 40000 Shah Alam, Selangor

Taman Sri Andalas Ramadan Bazaar is a popular Ramadan bazaar for Klang folks. They offer kuih-muih of several varieties, Nasi Lemak, and Ayam Golek Madu. Undoubtedly one of the go-to bazaars to get delicious food to break your fast in Klang.

Address: Jalan Seri Sarawak, Taman Sri Andalas, 41200 Klang, Selangor

Stadium Shah Alam of Section 13 is home to one of Selangor’s most well-known bazaars. With reasonable prices, this bazaar, which is close to the Giant supermarket and AEON retail centre, welcomes patrons.

There are many interesting foods to choose from, like Cendol, flavoured doughnut cakes, fresh watermelon juice, and grilled lamb. This bazaar offers a variety of international food too, including sushi, macaroni and cheese, and Chef Ammar’s Mandy Rice.

Address: 3GJW+59, Seksyen 13, 40100 Shah Alam, Selangor

For those who live in Subang Jaya, the Ramadan Bazaar at USJ 4 is a must-visit. Every year, up to 160 stalls offer a wide variety of food, such as Roti John, Nasi Lemak, and Mango Ice Cream Float. The bazaar opens as early as 3pm and is visible from the street, situated close to SMK USJ 4.

Address: Jalan USJ 4/5, Usj 4, 47600 Subang Jaya, Selangor

The market at Kelana Jaya Section 6 is one of the main highlights during Ramadan, especially for students from University Malaya and MAHSA. This bazaar, which has 197 stalls and is located in front of Jaya One, offers reasonable prices to its patrons.

A variety of interesting (and sometimes unusual) drinks and food are available for your picking, including Ayam Percik, Karipap Gergasi, and Air Kasturi Asam Boi. The market also offers international fare, such as sushi, pizza, pasta, and Korean fried chicken.

Address: Jalan SS 6/1, SS 5, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

One of the most popular bazaars in this district is the Ramadan bazaar in Sungai Besar, Sabak Bernam. They bring to the table some of the most well-known iftar specialities throughout Ramadan, such as Roti John, Tepung Pelita, Kebab, and Ayam Panggang.

You can also savour typical Javanese fare like Nasi Ambeng and Pecal. It’s open from 3pm until 7:30pm, but guests are advised to visit as early as possible because this bazaar is one of the busiest during Ramadan!

Address: Lot 462, Jalan Malinja, Sungai Besar, 45300 Sungai Besar, Selangor

There’s no doubt that residents of the Gombak area will visit Bandar Baru Selayang’s Ramadan bazaar, located near the Selayang Municipal Council Stadium.

Open from 3pm to 8pm, the bazaar has vendors offering a variety of well-liked dishes, such as Putu Bambu, Tepung Pelita, Ayam Bakar, and Murtabak. Remember to add this bazaar to your must-visit list.

Address: Sungai Pusu, Selangor

During Ramadan, this bazaar at Taman Langat Murni stands out as one of the main ones in Kuala Langat. It offers patrons affordable prices and a plethora of stalls to browse.

This place presents a wide range of meals and snacks, such as Apam Balik, Nasi Ambeng Ayam Kicap, Mozarella Corndog, and Popia Goreng. Opening daily this Ramadan from 3:30pm, don’t miss the opportunity to visit this bazaar!

Address: Taman Langat Murni, 43900 Banting, Selangor