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Geylang Serai New Market, Singapore

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  • Geylang Serai market (Singapore) is also called Malay market because most of the food stores are  selling Malay cuisines like Mie rebus, Lontong sayur, Gado2 etc.....etc....... You can find them at th...  more »
  • After 23 years (last visit was 1994), returned to Geylang Serai Market for dinner during this Ramadan. Clean place without wifi. Waited 20 minutes for a plate of mee goreng. Coupled with an icy mata k...  more »
  • It has a wet market on the ground floor and cooked food market on the upper floor. Wet market is opened as early as 4am. All shops here are halal thoyibban. The upper floor served fantastic food with ...  more »
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  • Incredible place for all your Muslim food needs! Currently there's a huge Ramadan market going round, with so many exciting shops. Truly amazing experience. Outwith Ramadan, the market and food centre has so much Malay food. Honestly downright amazing.
  • There are two sections one for raw foods , ingredients including different spices for cooking, one is for cooked hawker foods to cater for hungry stomachs or cravings for local Malay or fusion foods.There are good hawker foods here mainly Malay foods,some Indian foods & even fusion food.It will get crowded during lunch time.The place will be decorated to blend in with the Sing Bazaar Ramadan Festive Market.The whole area around here will be very colourful with beautiful lightings & decorations & very vibrant. Dated : 14/06/2017 (Wednesday).
  • Whatever it is you need, it's going to be here. Literally everything under the Sun can be found. Very busy this week with the Gaylang Ramadan Festival, but that adds to the buzz and more. Lots of new vendors and street hawkers out for the festival and unlike some places, the prices don't jump to twice the cost.
  • Came here for the night market at Ramadan. It was vibrant, colourful, loud and crowded and really fun. A great night's entertainment at a low cost and a chance to enjoy local culture.
  • Fasting month Ramadan has started from 27 May 2017, festive decorations has lighted up. You can find varieties for break fast or sahur in deliciously local and fusion styles that cannot be find in other timing of the year.