KUALA LUMPUR: Ramadan bazaars will operate at 65 locations in the federal capital, with business hours expected to be 3pm to 8pm during the fasting month, Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) said today.
DBKL said 63 locations will be supervised by the organiser of the bazaar while City Hall will supervise the bazaars at Taman Tasik Permaisuri car park (near Kuala Lumpur football stadium) and Jalan 4/38 A Taman Sri Sinar, Segambut (Wisma Suhati).
“Visitors to Ramadan bazaars are required to comply with rules set by the National Security Council such as wearing face masks, having their body temperature scanned and to check-in with the MySejahtera app,” it said in a statement today.
DBKL said the Aidilfitri Bazaar, previously held at Jalan Raja, will now resume operation at its original site, Lorong Tuanku Abdul Rahman, from April 17 to May 12. It was postponed last year by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The bazaar will be open from 10am to midnight, with 208 traders operating at the stretch from behind Campbell complex to the junction with Masjid India.
The Lorong TAR night market every Saturday will be shifted to Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman on April 17, April 24, May 1 and May 18.
A portion of Jalan TAR, from Jalan Esfahan (after Sogo) to Jalan Melayu, would be closed on Saturdays to make way for the night market.