Ramadan Bazaars in Selangor

Selangor Ramadan Bazaars

Ramadan Bazaars in Selangor

As Malaysia is well-known as a multi-cultural food haven, Ramadan is one of the best times to explore the fascinating world of Malay food through the many Ramadan Bazaars in Selangor. Most food bazaars are found throughout the state and in popular housing districts.

The Ramadan bazaars usually operate from 3.00 PM until the fast break, and crowds usually flock here by about 4.00 to 5.00 PM to get their food. You will see Muslims here and from all walks of life as it is a time when famous and well-known Malay dishes can be easily found.

Below is a hand-picked list of Ramadan Bazaars in Selangor that cater to everyone. Because of their popularity and size, take your time and explore them whenever possible. The list is in no order.

Stadium Shah Alam Ramadan Bazar
The famous Shah Alam Stadium Ramadan Bazaar.

Shah Alam Ramadan Bazaar Perkarangan Stadium 

One of the most famous bazaars in Selangor is found at the Stadium Shah Alam in Section 13. This Ramadan bazaar, located next to the AEON shopping mall and Giant supermarket, welcomes customers at reasonable prices. Many fascinating foods are available, like grilled lamb, fresh watermelon juice, flavoured doughnut cakes and cendol. International cuisines such as sushi, mac & cheese, and mandy rice prepared by Chef Ammar are also available at this bazaar.

Kelana Jaya Ramadan Bazaar Jalan SS6/1

This is a very old and famous food bazaar during Ramadan, particularly for students from the University Malaya and MAHSA College, located at Kelana Jaya Section 6. With 197 stalls, this food bazaar in front of the old Giant Kelana Supermarket has come a long way from the 80s. There are many unique foods to choose from, along with an assortment of unique drinks like ayam percik, karipap gergasi, and air kasturi asam boi. International foods are also available at the bazaar, including sushi, pizza, pasta, and Korean fried chicken.

Bandar Baru Selayang Gombak Ramadan Bazaar

People in the Gombak area can check out the Ramadan bazaar in Bandar Baru Selayang, which is open from 3.00 PM to 8.00 PM and close to the Selayang Municipal Council Stadium. This bazaar features many stalls selling a range of popular foods, including Putu Bambu, Tepung Pelita, Ayam Bakar, and Murtabak. Don’t forget to put this bazaar on your eating checklist.

Bazar Ramadan Kuala Langat
Some of the impressive drink stalls have a wide selection.

Langat Murni Kuala Langat Ramadan Bazaar

One of the main bazaars in Kuala Langat during Ramadan is the one at Taman Langat Murni. With so many stalls to explore, this bazaar provides fair prices to its customers. We can acquire various foods here, including Popia Goreng, Nasi Ambeng Ayam Kicap, Mozarella Corndog, and Apam Balik. You should not miss the chance to visit the bazaar, which opens at around 3.30 PM.

Bazar Ramadan PKNS Shah Alam
The Ramadan Bazaar at PKNS Shah Alam.

Kompleks PKNS Shah Alam Ramadan Bazaar

The PKNS Ramadan bazaar, which starts at 3.00 PM, is also one of the most popular in Shah Alam, and the location is close to SACC Mall and Plaza Alam Sentral, but parking can be a bit of a challenge, so take note of this. Different varieties of foods are available, like lamb shank biryani rice, tomato rice, nasi kerabu, ayam percik, and many more! Visitors can park at both the SACC Mall and the PKNS Complex building.

Bazar Ramadan Taman Sri Andalas, Klang
The well-known Ramadan bazaar at Taman Sri Andalas.

Taman Sri Andalas, Klang Ramadan Bazaar

One of Klang’s most awaited Ramadan bazaars is the famous Taman Sri Andalas Ramadan Bazaar. This is one of the bazaars established in the Klang area every time the month of Ramadan approaches. It offers fantastic food choices like Ayam golek madu, Nasi Lemak, and kuih-muih, not forgetting all the interesting and colourful drinks sold.

Subang Jaya Ramadan Bazaar USJ 4

The Ramadan Bazaar at USJ 4 is a must-visit food bazaar for Subang and greater Petaling area residents. Up to 160 stalls offer a wide range of foods yearly, including Roti John, Nasi Lemak, and Mango Ice Cream Floats. The bazaar is visible from the roadway next to the SMK USJ 4 and opens from 3.00 PM until 7.30 PM.

Ramadan Bazar Sabah Bernam Sungai Besar
Some of the food at the Sabak Bernam Bazaar.

Sabak Bernam Ramadan Bazaar Sungai Besar

The Ramadan bazaar at Sungai Besar, Sabak Bernam, is one of the most popular bazaars in this district. It brings together unique iftar specialities, including roti John, tepung pelita, kebabs, and ayam panggang, which are very famous during Ramadan. Additionally, you may enjoy traditional Javanese dishes like pecal and nasi ambeng. It opens from 3.00 PM to 7.30 PM, but visitors are advised to arrive early because this bazaar is one of the ones that gets packed with visitors during the month of Ramadan.

Besides these places mentioned above, I also wrote about the best places to Buka Puasa in the Klang Valley area in 2015, which was updated several years. That article touches on the Ramadan bazaars as well.


Ramadan, or fasting month, is one of the best times to explore some of Malaysia’s fascinating food from all over the country. This is also the optimum time to experience some unique Malay foods that are hard to come by during other months, and the best part is they can be found in one bazaar.

As the cost of goods has increased several times in the last few years, the average food prices nowadays have also increased, and a minimum spend per person can be estimated at around RM10.00 just for one dish. If you buy your main dish, desserts and drinks, be prepared to spend around RM20 or more.

Some famous food stalls at Ramadan Bazaars in Selangor may also charge premium prices, and don’t be surprised if you see long lines at these stalls. Again, if a line is long, it does not mean the food is good, as everyone has different opinions of taste. But overall, do enjoy the exciting food during this time of the year.

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