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Taman Tun Dr.Ismail (TTDI) Pasar Ramahdan 2010

by Taufulou

One of the thing that I have been asking around from my Malay friends and colleague are which pasar ramahdan is recommended to go? There are a few actually with like of Kelana Jaya, Taman Tun Dr.Ismail (TTDI) Pasar Ramahdan 2010 and one of the most highly recommended was Taman Melawati but then for this round, we, me, Ken and Andrew decided to make our first street photography and food hunt at TTDI.

We reach the place pretty early around 3pm and there are still some stalls setting up but most of them are already selling like hot cakes. One of the reason that the residence are unhappy about this about the traffic is cannot deny that this TTDI Pasar Ramahdan is quite impressive with its size of the bazaar is big, circulating the main middle area of shop houses.  It will be start off with the stretch in front Popeye towards KFC and to Shell end, more like a retangular shape. You Imagine yourself how big it is.

this post will be more on pictures on this lovely Pasar Ramahdan.


Ayam Percik

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Kelantan Style Ayam Percik

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Kuih Muih

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Krim Karamel

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Malay version of Leng Chi Kang

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the Legends Continue. .

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Pipping hot Ayam Madu

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Pan Fried Cockles

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A juice drink from Egypt, Best is the brand and we tried all the juices as were selling 3 for RM10 and the best is Mango.

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 Putu Piring Gula Melaka is one of the longest que that we have seen in the bazaar from start to end.

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Roast Lamb for Kebab

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Ayam Percik 1 Malaysia

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More like east malaysia cuisine Kelantan area as she homecook it.

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Indian Ice Kacang with optional of adding pulut.

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Fried Popiah

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Selling pretty fast.

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mimid3vils 27/08/2010 - 2:52 pm

The jagung is too burnt lah & the “dynamo” drinks look so frightening!

Caroline 27/08/2010 - 3:26 pm

woi!! how come so many deliecious foods there one?! yerr so nice!! drrrrooooollll!

uLi 27/08/2010 - 5:32 pm

Long street and so much variety 😀

xin 27/08/2010 - 9:08 pm

hey their ikan bakar very nice one!

email2me 27/08/2010 - 11:54 pm

That lemonade taste like Dynamo too ….

eiling 29/08/2010 - 1:59 pm

walau! that’s a lot of food. Feel like having an ice cold lin chee kang now…

Merryn 30/08/2010 - 11:57 pm

You know i used to frequent the Bazaar here in TTDI.. but this year dun no why I did not leh… actually.. i did not go to any bazaar at all! Sobs! Must go before habis 😀

lechua 01/09/2010 - 11:35 am

another awesome Pasar Ramadhan post. Really great captures of the array & variety of food!! would make an excellent documentary…. & saw that u submitted few of the photos at http://contest.carlist.my. I wanted to vote for the ais kacang wan – i like that photo, but i ran out of my max quota of 5 votes.

foongpc 01/09/2010 - 2:12 pm

I always love the Ramadan bazaar at TTDI! Love the ayam percik, murtabak, roti john, popiah there!! Gosh! You make me wanna go there today!


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