WATCH: "Feels Like Home!" M'sians Hosts Ramadan Bazaar In Melbourne, Selling Satay, Nasi Kerabu, Ikan Bakar & More



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WATCH: "Feels Like Home!" M'sians Hosts Ramadan Bazaar In Melbourne, Selling Satay, Nasi Kerabu, Ikan Bakar & More

2 Weeks ago
By JustineG

The customary 'must-visit during the fasting month in Malaysia is the Ramadan bazaar. Wherever you go, there will surely be a bazaar selling iftar delicacies to the locals. Typically, these Ramadan bazaars offer a variety of dishes such as Nasi Tomato, Roti John, kuih lapis, kebabs, and more. 

Through a video shared on TikTok (@cikroseaussie), it turns out that Australia also has Ramadan bazaars offering various menus to customers. The TikTok user, residing in Noble Park, Melbourne, Australia, shared the lively atmosphere at the bazaar, which was filled with members of the Malaysian community. Upon a glance at the video, it indeed resembles Malaysia, especially with blue tents commonly used by local vendors in our country. 

@cikroseaussie Assalamualaikum @Azzeem OMycine Noble park Melbourne, Australia. . #nuzululquran #bissmillah #doakanbaikbaik #ikuttrendtiktok #ramadhan #aseanteam #tiktokviral Angklung Ramadhan Tiba - Bayanaka

Many of our local dishes are sold at these Ramadan bazaars, such as Nasi Ayam, Nasi Kerabu, Sotong Bakar, Ikan Bakar, curry puffs, satay, keropok lekor, and more. At the same time, it helps alleviate the longing for the Malaysian atmosphere among the community there.

Checking the comments section, most netizens are thrilled to see the lively atmosphere of the Ramadan bazaar in Australia, which almost resembles Malaysia, especially in terms of the use of blue tents.

"Wow, even the canopy gives off Malaysian vibes," one netizen said. 

Some netizens also expressed that having a roadside stall over there is more pleasant due to the comfortable weather. 

"Nice, not hot," a netizen remarked. 

Meanwhile, others noted that the presence of the Malaysian community in Australia makes them feel at home even when abroad. 

"Our community there is vast. It doesn't feel too unfamiliar even though we're abroad. I feel like moving there," a netizen commented.

Speaking of bazaars, have you visited any yet?

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