1,000 stalls at Geylang Serai Bazaar from May 25 – June 24, 2017, to feature poke bowl

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Olivia Lin | May 16, 2017 @ 01:37 pm


It’s that time of the year again when Singaporeans from all walks of life flock to Geylang Serai to squeeze with other Singaporeans at the Ramadhan Bazaar.

Slated to take place over five weekends from May 25 to June 24, 2017, the annual bazaar will feature more than 1,000 stalls.

The organisers of the bazaar revealed in a report by Channel News Asia that the food stalls this year will include poke bowls, candy floss burritos, and rainbow planet ice cream buns — all the things you will be seeing on your social media feeds soon.

In its Facebook post, the organisers stated that the exact venue for 2017 will be at:

1. Malay Village
2. Engku Aman Road
3. Tanjong Katong Complex (Facing Tanjong Katong Road)

Rental for the booths start from S$90 per day. Here’s the Facebook post in full:


Geylang Serai Ramadhan Bazaar 2016

To give you a heads up on what other newfangled food items to expect, here are some of the ones that were featured at its 2016 edition.

1. Watermelon Volcano

2. Rainbow macaron ice cream sandwich

3. Smores dip

One of my FAVSSSSSSSS from bazaar– smoresss. Went there twice and ate this twice !! I want more of this omg

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4. Cotton candy soda

Looking like a pop star from the 1980s. #throwback

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Throwback to two weeks ago, when life didn't tire me out as much as it did this past week. ?

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5. Ondeh ondeh churros

6. Rainbow bagels

7. Paddlepop pudding drink

8. Korean spicy yoghurt

Happy squeezing!


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