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
Waffles, Ice Creams and more (From Dubai)
2. Food from Around the World
Spicy Korean Yogurt
Dubai Street Food
Japanese Squid on Stick
French Crepes and more
3. Thirst Quenchers from Around the World
Thai Iced Tea
Vietnam Iced Coffee (my personal favourite)
4. An Upgrade from the Typical Bazaar Food
Dendeng Burger, Dendeng Taco
Encik Benjo Burger
Twists of normal delicacies such as Chicken ‘Snail’ Sausage & Jumbo Chicken Satay
5. The Usuals (that has to remain)
Indian Delicacies; Vadai,Tandoori Chicken, Idli & many more
Vadai & Dendeng
The Original Ramly Burger
Here’s a short clip on how they’re made:
Amidst of all these hustle and bustle, there are 3 distinct items that also caught people’s attention; our large unmissable billboards.
Featuring our current clients; ERA property agent, Pertapis and NETS.
ERA & PERTAPIS
Here’s a glimpse of the human traffic at this period:
Drop us a call at 62730556 if you wish to find out how you can use our space to maximise your advertising during this festive season!