Ramadan Bazaar in Downtown Kuala Lumpur Malaysia 🇲🇾🤤


Ramadan Bazaar in Downtown Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

Welcome to the Bazar Ramadan in Bukit Binteng Kuala Lumpur Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.The Ramadan Bazaar or Bazar Ramadan is famous in Malaysia for having tasty street foods and is found during the Month of Ramadan. In Malaysia there are many Ramadan bazaars or Bazar Ramadan all over Kuala Lumpur and other Malaysian cities. Today we go certain bazar Ramadhan in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia called Bukit Binteng Ramadan Bazaar. The Bazar Ramadan in Bukit Binteng is located in the city center of Kuala Lumpur.
When you come to Malaysia you must try out the Malaysian street food and come to Ramadan Bazaar Street Food Market, to experience local Malaysian food culture. They have some of Malaysia’s famous street foods at these Ramadan Bazaar. These Malaysian street food very tasty and are for a good price. Let me know what Malaysian foods do you like? what is your favorite bazar Ramadhan in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia? If you like Halal food and street food, you will Love Ramadan Bazaar street food market in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. these street foods can be eaten for breakfast, lunch or dinner. They also have special bazar Ramadan food only served in Ramadan

Malaysia is a Southeast Asian country occupying parts of the Malay Peninsula and the island of Borneo. It’s known for its beaches, rainforests and mix of Malay, Chinese, Indian and European cultural influences. The capital, Kuala Lumpur, is home to colonial buildings, busy shopping districts such as Bukit Bintang and skyscrapers such as the iconic, 451m-tall Petronas Twin Towers.

Kula Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia. Its modern skyline is dominated by the 451m-tall Petronas Twin Towers, a pair of glass-and-steel-clad skyscrapers with Islamic motifs. The towers also offer a public skybridge and observation deck. The city is also home to British colonial-era landmarks such as the Kuala Lumpur Railway Station and the Sultan Abdul Samad Building
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  1. Jay Tanjung says

    Businesses operate as usual during ramadan here except for muslim owned restaurants where theyll open from 3pm onwards usually.The decos you see in the malls are for aidil fitri or Raya as we call it here…tq

  2. nura885 says

    felt like I was there!

  3. Andy99 99 says

    You are a good man. Malaysia needs you.

  4. Danny Lai says

    Hi bb Solomon love to see you 💕

  5. Yasin Affandi says

    Thanks for sharing this wonderful video n for showing your explorations at a Ramadan baazar.

  6. ADLY M IBRAHIM says

    I hope you will experience Iftar with local Malaysian family bro, that will be dope ! Insya Allah.

  7. ASCD Mie スハイミ says

    Very nice content and you are so honest. And your friend too cris

  8. Hans man says

    Where’s your cousin bro?

  9. Travelwithchris says

    Man looks amazing!

  10. Justice 4 All says

    Asalamualaikum I want to go to Malaysia. I was told the Bukit bintang area is the most active area. Question: any mosque in that area , walking distance? Any recommendations??? I will be there 45 days , is that too long to only be in KL only? Again any recommendations?

  11. Santai Bersama AR says

    where is you cousin?

  12. Santai Bersama AR says

    watching this very video has given some answers to my questions. So your real good name is Sulaiman. Your parents are originally from Syria. You live in Michigan. There are a lot of Syrian people in Bukit Bintang. You can collab with them. Open up a syrian restaurant. Get me the job as a dishwasher.

  13. 2017 dec Tac says

    Hi Solo..salam..
    I think I agree with you the decoration is for Ramadhan but it could be for Eid too.. normally if Eid the decoration are more to the ketupat (rice packets) rather than the lamps like that..
    Anyway, nice coverage in BB Ramadhan Bazar.. hope to see you in other Bazars like Putrajaya, TTDI and Jalan TAR-Masjid India soon.. 👍😊

  14. mohd rasidi che mat says

    your cousin left malaysia already?

  15. Farhan Maleq says

    Both roti John and sandwich are named after John Montagu, Earl of Sandwich!

  16. Mary Purifoy says

    Thank you for sharing your heart with the world. ❤

  17. Rez Zam says

    Happy Mubarak brother…..

  18. Fallen Angel says

    To Malaysians MAKCIK nak tanya Music 1:57 tu lagu apa!!??? Nostalgia makcik nak carik dalam youtube nak download!! Tolong laah sesiapa yg tahu tajuk dia,acik dah lama kat Arab ni lupa lagu apa ,tapi sedap tu nak dengar balik kenangan lama.

  19. MalakaiBlack says

    The original name is roti John Cena😂

  20. Fitball45 says


  21. Jamaliah Mohd Jamil says

    Keep doing good deeds… May Allah bless you.

  22. nigelkangz says

    I wanted to comment about you wanting to get laser eye surgery. I would say Malaysia has really affordable LASIK options. The result is amazing and I’m extremely satisfied. The best part is that I only paid RM4500, which is peanuts compared to LASIK options in the US, which is where I live now. If you are seriously considering LASIK, check out options in KL!

    Also, great vlog, it feels like I’m back home again 😂 keep it up 🙌

  23. Rosli Hassan says

    Gracias!Hola❤️👍nice bazar Ramadan vlog.

  24. A Y says

    May Allah reward you for good deeds. I enjoyed watching your video. People are very friendly. Make you feel comfortable walking around. The little coffee kettle is called "dalleh" in Arabic. Looking forward to your next food, bazar tour. Stay safe.

  25. Damas Diamond says

    Beautiful mall , Beautiful Ramadan decor, and loved the Ramadan stands ❤

  26. XerasCFC says

    Where is Mary bro? She already left to Singapore 😢

  27. Santai Bersama AR says

    salam bro. Have you tried having iftar at the masjid? many masjid offer free iftar. a lot of food. everyone is invited, Muslim or non.

  28. bakh says


  29. al mi says

    Going to bazar rm50 not enough😂😂

  30. Pradeep Rajkumar says

    Hi Solo,

    Please visit South India.

    Will send you the forwards sent to Travelers and foodvloggers.


  31. mohd zaid says

    Try Buffer ramadan bro

  32. i'm juz sayin.. says

    You may join kampung baru resident during bubur lambuk preparation. It's a good experience.

  33. AhmadZaki Vision says

    Kuih is a general name for a type of Malay snack. For example "Kuih Karipap", "Kuih Tepung Pelita", "Kuih Keria" and many more.

    Kuih is usually eaten at breakfast or evening.

  34. Cheryl Lim says

    Salam ramadan to you brother!

  35. Azhar Idris says

    ''KUEH'' means patisseries in Malay.. the Japanese would call it ''WAGASHI''.. anything ''small and sweet dishes are call KUEH or KUEH KUEH plural..

  36. Russco Aus says


  37. Marko V says

    Ngl u should take that pineapple tat.

  38. HBC 101 says

    Assalamualaikum bro. Ramadan Mubarak to you!

  39. Hayley Sitara says

    These markets look amazing! You have a good heart mashallah, may allah reward your good deeds inshallah.

    Fave ramadhan food, keema aloo mattar, or some samosas and chicken pakoras. Though I’m trying to be healthy 😂

  40. Muhammad Sahkirin says

    Tumpang tanya bazar ini bila last day? Setiap hari buka pukul berapa sampai pukul berapa? Terima Kasih😁😁😁😁😁

  41. bluestarfishsea says

    Roti john guys are funny 😂

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