8 Ramadan Bazaars You Can Visit Online Including The Famous Geylang Bazaar

Ramadan Kareem to our Muslim Foodies! With the ongoing circuit breaker in Singapore, Ramadan bazaars in Singapore have adapted and turned to online hosting platforms to run their businesses. These online platforms will allow vendors to display and sell their bazaar items for consumers to purchase them.

From the famous Geylang bazaar, to live performances from celebrities on Celebfest and yummy snacks on The Halal Eater – this list will satisfy all your Ramadan needs!

8 Online Ramadan Bazaars You Need To Know About

Those that are interested in selling their stuff on these online platforms, can contact the respective online bazaars. Links to the websites will be posted below!

1. Geylang Serai Bazaar (Website)

Photo: kedaisujimy (Website)

Geylang Serai Bazaar, the most popular and biggest Ramadan bazaar in Singapore, has partnered with to bring small and medium business owners online! They focus on helping vendors with little knowledge in the operation of e-commerce. On this site, you will be able to find everything from food, clothing, electronics and more!

Photo: Wisma Geylang Serai (Facebook)

On top of that, Geylang Serai will be hosting a selection of Ramadan programmes such as fitness shows, celebrity performances and cooking shows, from 29 April 2020 onwards. Keep updated on their Facebook page!

Link(s): Website, Facebook

2. Virtual Celebfest (Website)

Photo: Virtual Celebfest (Website)

Virtual Celebfest is an online bazaar platform brought to you by the creators of Celebfest – Singapore’s biggest celebrity and shopping bazaar! Here you can find items like traditional wear, beauty, homeware and more.

They will be hosting a line-up of celebrity guests on Facebook Live and Instagram Live from 23 April to 15 May!

Photo: @celebfestsg (Instagram)

Link(s): Website, Instagram, Facebook

3. The Halal Eater (Website)


The Halal Eater is an online blog that provides the best resources for halal food in Singapore. This time however, they have launched a free online platform for vendors to display their items for sale! The founder, Mr Izad Razi says that there is about 50 vendors selling food, beauty and apparels on the platform so far.


Link(s): Website, Facebook, Instagram

4. Gobaza (Website)


Gobaza prides themselves in creating a digital ecosystem to socially connect both merchants and consumers. The website showcases a variety of food, fashion and lifestyle items!


Link(s): Facebook, Website

5. B.Halal (Website and Phone App)


B.Halal is a new app platform that allows buyers and sellers to buy or trade Ramadan goods and services! This platform is free for for businesses to join, and will also host live streams of shows hosted by top celebrities such as Aaron Aziz, Sheikh Haikel and Anna Belle Francis.


Link(s): Facebook, Website, Instagram, Twitter, Youtube

6. e-Bazaar Singapore (Website)

Photo: is an online shopping experience that provides Singaporeans and Malaysian Muslim communities with a one-stop platform for Hari Raya shopping. Choose from a variety of Raya items like food, clothing beauty products and more!


Link(s): Facebook, Website, Instagram

7. Bazaar Raya Sg 2020 (Instagram)

Photo: @bazaarrayasg2020 (Instagram)

Bazaar Raya Sg 2020 is an Instagram platform for sellers to offer their products such as desserts, apparels, beauty products and more! Seller information and contact will be provided in each post, so customers can directly DM the seller.

Photo: @bazaarrayasg2020 (Instagram)

Link(s): Instagram

8. Bazaar Ramadhan Singapore 2020 (Facebook Group)

Photo: Bazaar Ramadhan Singapore 2020

Here’s an interesting one! Bazaar Ramadhan Singapore 2020 is a Facebook group with over 43,000 members, where anyone can post their items for members to view and purchase! You will find sellers doing livestreams showcasing their apparels, photos of cakes and desserts, and interested buyers looking for items.

Link(s): Facebook

Let’s Support Our Local Community Through These Online Ramadan Platforms

Although sellers face unprecedented difficulties during this season, we are glad to know that there are many people doing what they can to help these businesses under these circumstances. Let’s give all our support to our local community! Stay safe and Ramadan Kareem to our Muslim friends.

Additional Sources: The Straits Times, The Straits Times 2

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