Every year, the roads along Singapore’s District 14 (Eunos, Paya Lebar, and Sims) are lit up with colourful festive lights during the month of Ramadan. This is the time of the year when Geylang Serai is at its ultimate peak hour.
At every turn, you will definitely see people walking, eating, chilling or shopping. The roads will be jam packed with vehicles – from a merely two wheeler motorcycle which couples often travel with, to big lorries that can carry members of family or large groups of friends.
What makes this year’s bazaar any different from
last year’s, you ask? Here’s why.
1. Variety of Colourful Desserts
|Watermelon 'Volcano' Dessert|
|Churros from Zulos Churros|
|Froz Rollies also known as Ice Cream Rollies|
|Rainbow Bagels, Sodas, Ice Lollies|
|Churros & Sodas from Black Alley|
|Coconut Drinks / Desserts|
|Rainbow Coloured Gelato from Momolato|