Kuala Lumpur's Ramadan Bazaar will return to the city on July 20th.
(TRAVPR.COM)UK - July 10th, 2012 - Avid foodies visiting Kuala Lumpur in the coming weeks should be sure to explore the city's Ramadan Bazaar.
To mark the Muslim month of fasting, bazaars and market stalls spring up across Malaysia offering a huge selection of traditional delicacies.
Although Ramadan Bazaars can be found throughout Malaysia, some of the best are located in the nation's capital at locations such as the Central Market, Bukit Bintang and Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, a major road running from Chow Kit to Jalan Tun Perak.
Visitors to the bazaars can expect to be offered Malaysian fare such as murtabak, a dish of savoury stuffed roti that typically includes garlic, minced mutton and onion, which is folded with an omelette and eaten with curry sauce.
Other delicacies that attendees should look out for include popiah, a spring roll-type dish stuffed mainly with stewed vegetables, and ayam goreng kunyit, which is deep-fried chicken marinated in turmeric and other seasonings.
The Ramadan Bazaars are set to open on Friday July 20th and run until Sunday August 19th.
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