Everytime whenever Muslim's Fasting Month (or Ramadhan) start, I would start visiting the Bazaar Ramadhan around the city. There are a few big Bazaar Ramadhan in Kota Kinabalu during this time of the year, namely:
- Gaya Street (Lintasan Deasoka)
- Asia City
- Lok Kawi Army Camp
- Sepanggar Area (???)
I will try to cover as much as possible within one week's time or so. Maybe to put priority on those I never visited before.
Bazaar Ramadhan, or Pasar Bulan Puasa which I used to call, at Sembulan was my second bazaar-food-expedition of the year. Sembulan is a zone / area under Kota Kinabalu, it is near to the State's Mosque, Double-six Memorial Park and Sutera Harbour. The bazaar is stranded from the entrance of Jalan Sembulan Lama (near Apiwon Restaurant) towards to the Aseana College - some 50m long and consist of 144 stalls (DailyExpress, 3 July 14). It is much bigger than the Bazaar Ramadhan at Gaya Street (117 stalls).
|Bazaar Ramadhan at Sembulan|
|BBQ Buntut (Chicken Tail) anyone?|
|Yong Tauhu - a food not native of Sabah - "imported from KL"|
|Nasi Kuning - "imported from Indonesia"|
|Grilled Fish - in Sabah Style|
|The hawkers insisted to take their photo but was shy away last minute LOL|
|Cendol Village - originally from Lido Square (Lido Pasar) also open up a stall here|
You can add on Jelly, Sweet Cord, Cincau, Red Bean... etc, to your cendol!
Got FB page lagi, just search "Cendol Village"
|AHA! Used to be my regular food stall back in old office at Karamunsing|
I especially love their Terang Bulan (Peanut Pancake) so much which I would buy at least once or two per week :D
Missed the taste, and still the best
|Will drop by again for food tapau (take away) at this Bazaar Ramadhan|
Jalan Sembulan Lama,
Kota Kinabalu, Sabah