As Hari Raya fast approaches, the usual physical Hari Raya Bazaar will be replaced with online Bazaars instead. In an initiative with Wisma Geylang Serai, The Singapore Malay Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SMCCI) will launch Bazaar Kita, a one-stop Ramadan portal on 9 April 2021.
The Bazaar Kita portal will feature retail and F&B options performances and more. Here are 5 things to look out for at the online Hari Raya Bazaar.
Bazaar Kita: Online Hari Raya Bazaar
Performances by SURA stars
Liven up your Ramadan with local musicians as they bring awesome music to your afternoons throughout the week. There will be performances streamed on the Wisma Geylang Serai’s Facebook page and Youtube channels every Tuesday and Thursday at 4 pm starting 15 April and every Saturday 4 pm starting 17 April.
Food at Online Hari Raya Bazaar
Fulfil your food cravings with halal-certified hot meals and sweet treats. Although we won’t be able to get foods while walking along the streets, get them delivered to the comfort of home instead! There are various vendors selling foods such as Nasi Goreng, Thai food and desserts such as cakes and cookies that you can order and choose from.
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Retail at the Online Hari Raya Bazaar
From personal care products to groceries and household products, get your daily and festive essentials delivered to your doorstep via GrabMart. Get festive outfits, makeup products, and even decorative household furniture at affordable prices.
Wisma Geylang Serai WhatsApp stickers and TikTok Competitions
To encourage the participation of the community and also to build the hype of this exciting festivity, there will be new Wisma Geylang Serai WhatsApp stickers that you can download here. Use these cute and funny stickers as a way to add some festive cheer this festive season. There will also be a TikTok campaign and a Home Light-Up competition to get people in the festive mood for Hari Raya celebrations.