This is the first bazaar of it’s kind in Singapore offering spiritual enlightenment throughout the whole weekend while you do your shopping and eating.
It’s held on the last weekend of Ramadan, which also coincides with the last ten days of Ramadan. This is when Muslims look for the night of Lailatur Qadr, also known as the night of power in Ramadan. On this night, the rewards of good deeds of worship done on this night will be multiplied and recognised as if it was done for 83 years.It’s commendable that the organisers have spearheaded a very original concept of Ramadan Bazaar to be more spiritual for Muslims to attend, yet interesting enough for non-Muslims to check out too.Who wouldn’t want to check out something that is inspired by the markets of Istanbul? A perfect fit for the thriving Singapore Muslim community to come together with open arms and invite friends and family from all faiths to and share a message of mercy through the live spiritual infotainment.