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Top 5 Hari Raya events you need to go for

1. Free! Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar

Until 16 Jul


With over 1,500 stalls set up, the Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar is the biggest and most popular one in Singapore, attracting large crowds who flock over to patronise the stalls. Whether you’re looking to fill your tummy with bite-sized delicacies or kueh, or looking for new things to add to your wardrobe, here is a place that you should visit.

Sims Avenue, in front of the Singapore Post Centre

2. Free! Minang Fashion Show by Sumbar Talenta

25 Jul, 7.30pm

As part of the Aliwal Night Crawl, Malay Heritage Centre presents a Minang Fashion Show which will showcase the rich Minangkabau textile tradition like the songket. Textile and fashion lovers out there should not miss out on this parade of colourful traditional costumes from the various regions of West Sumatra.

Bussorah Mall, www.malayheritage.sg

3. Free! Hari Raya Light-Up 2015

Until 16 Jul

Head down to the Geylang Serai neighbourhood to lavish in and enjoy the spectacular light-up this year. The colourful lights and sounds are an essential part of the Hari Raya celebrations. Whether you are Muslim or not, make a trip down to soak in the sights and feed on the buzz, and bites.

Gelang Serai, Sims Avenue and Geylang Road

4. Free! Exporaya

9-12 Jul, 10am-12am


Haven’t got everything ready and in order yet for Hari Raya? Don’t need to fret, just head on down to the Singapore Expo to get everything you need for Hari Raya this year. Boasting an extensive range of items, such as decorations, clothes and even delicious kueh kueh and other yummy food. Lots of entertainment will also be lined up to hype up the atmosphere for Hari Raya Aidilfitri, so don’t miss it!

Singapore Expo Hall 4B

5. Free! Tampines Hari Raya Bazaar

Until 7 Aug

Craving for that scrumptious, juicy Ramly burger and even some churros? Or maybe you’re just looking for a new scarf this Hari Raya. Organised by the People’s Association, some stalls have also been set aside at subsidised rates for needy families.

So be sure to patronise and shop ‘til you drop.

Open field adjacent to Tampines MRT