Bazaar Ramadhan @ Kelana Jaya



Map to Bazaar Ramadhan Jalan SS6/1, Kelana Jaya (click to enlarge)

Ah, the long weekend was great for a well deserved break! We met up with the gang (Chris, Christine, Ivy, Wen Ching), drove up to Klang for dinner (and bumped into James!), celebrated our fifth year together and make it a point to visit one of the bazaars around Klang Valley. We have always love the Bazaar Ramadhan at Kelana Jaya for the bewildering array of stalls selling delicious food.


Ikan Bakar with Margarine and Garlic

Spotted were some familiar stalls, such as this famous cencaru sambal stall.

This ikan bakar stall sees a perpetual queue too. Ranging from RM5 to RM10, the ikan bakars were reasonably priced.

Fancy some sotong bakar (grilled squid)?

For RM2, we got a big packet of these prawn crackers with peanut sauce and chili sauce. It’s meant to be eaten ala rojak s style.

Frying up some juicy kebabs.

We see some western influences here;  pizza with fusion toppings were fresh from the oven.

We recognized this  pak cik who is manning the satar stall. He is a funny and cheerful guy, and he clicked really well with KampungBoy because they are both “Budak” Terengganu. Satar is made of ikan tenggiri, shallots and ginger wrapped in banana leaf, pierced on a skewer then barbecue over low fire.

Stalls selling barbecued chicken wings were aplenty in the bazaar.

Throngs of people were patronizing this particular stall that sells popiah basah too.

Lemang, an essential dish for breaking fast in the month of Ramadhan.

It is interesting to see the making of Roti Jala, the outcome is just like a piece of art work.

30 cents satay

I can’t leave a Bazaar Ramadhan without buying a piece or two of these Ayam Percik with peanut sauce.

Nasi Lemak Puyuh Goreng

Sup Tulang is a “must have” item for KampungBoy. For only RM5, the portion was HUGE!

Nasi Lemak Cikgu is probably one of the most famous of nasi lemak around and they are having a stall at the bazaar this year. Their fried chicken was the boom but we find the rice and sambal mediocre.

Drinks in a myriad of colors.

Air Kartira from JB? We were told that it was made of milk, ice cream soda, cendol, cincau, assam boi, green coloring, etc. Sorry, we were not game enough for that “shrek-ing” green colored drink.

Agar Agar in Paddle Pop’s rainbow color.

For more pictures, please refer to our visit on year 2008.

Ramadhan Bazaar Kelana Jaya
Jalan SS6/1
Kelana Jaya
Petaling Jaya

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  1. Simon Seow says:

    Agrhh….I don’t have time to go bazaar….


  2. I don’t know if i could control myself from buying all those stuff if I were there… risk of cardiac arrest! hahhaha…


  3. taufulou says:

    this year havent to find any time to visit the bazaar. always spend alot there..


  4. Christine says:

    got tapao some for us dear?? hehe …


  5. eiling says:

    wow…nice food!


  6. hazza says:

    now why could I not see roti jala anywhere in 3 weeks in kl/pj recently??


  7. must go visit those far far out ones..hehhe.. maybe got more “funny” items on sale!


  8. ai wei says:

    yerrr… tak ajak along pun @@
    i have not step into any ramadhan bazaar before
    this round no more murtabak?


  9. yandong says:

    have not step into bazaar ramadhan since 2 years ago. miss malay food.


  10. wow.. is looks really great shot.. really nice capture during bazaar ramadhan.


    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    travel photography: thanks :D .. you took a nice pic too.. the thailand boat pic is awesome!


  11. rokh says:

    like the various packs of plastic bags at hand…that is so us Malaysians! :)


  12. QuaChee says:

    always love the ramadhan bazaars. there are always unique food around! :)


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