Time Out says
Brace yourselves for the heat – and a grease feast – as you flock to the annual food market to binge on Ramly burgers, otah-otah and other sinful street snacks (err, lobster rolls and white rabbit drink, anybody?). You can also find a mix of traditional Malay fare, accessories and lifestyle items to bag. Keep an eye out for 50 Instagram-worthy light installations inspired by the Malay culture and heritage, including those resembling a mosque in a garden of blooms, a kampung house and a gendang, a traditional Malay drum.
There's also plenty of activities held in conjunction with the market, such as a series of motivational talks, appearances by local and international artistes, and a heritage race, where participants can learn more about Hari Raya celebrations as they dash around the precinct.
The bazaar spans around the Wisma Geylang Serai market, Joo Chiat Complex and along Haig Road, from May 3 to June 5. The light-up runs until May 16 at Geylang Serai, along Sims Avenue and Changi Road.