And it is also this time of the year, that I would go down to soak in the Raya atmosphere. To me, this really is the 'mother of all pasar malams' as it is really huge and have lots of things to see, buy & eat!
This is a good place especially for our Muslim friends to get their baju Raya (Raya clothes). Prices are reasonable, and there is quite a fair bit of varieties.
Of course, for the ladies, there are more than just bajus, like accessories from purses, handbags and even brooches & necklaces.
Well, while the ladies have their wide things to choose from, the men also have a fair choice.
Apart from the traditional dresses, there are also many other 'modern day' clothes (not that the traditional clothes aren't) - like jerseys.
And the one for all...
Well the one thing I like most about this bazaar is its wide array of food, some of which is close to heart!
There are also my other favourite, the bbq chicken wings.
Apart from the fresh cooked food, there is also some food which we can takeaway.
Apart from food & clothes, the one other thing one can buy to make a happy raya include:
After a round of indulgence, it's time to head home. But, the crowd has just begun.
*Nearest MRT station - Paya Lebar. From there, it's just 2 minutes away.
*Apparently, the prices have 'harga runtuh' (drop down prices?) during the eve of Hari Raya. There are many good bargains especially the carpets. But expect a huge crowd!
*1st Day of Hari Raya is a Public Holiday in Singapore.
Oh one more thing, to all Muslim friends all over, Selamat Bulan Ramadhan :)