Festive cheer as Ramadan bazaars - and crowds - are back in Singapore after two years

People queueing for food at the Geylang Serai Bazaar on April 3, 2022. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - When Ms Layla Rahman, 27, had pregnancy cravings for dendeng, (grilled beef slices) in her second trimester two years ago, her husband panicked as he knew the bazaars that usually sold them during the Ramadan fasting month were closed due to Covid-19 curbs.

After searching for hours on the Internet and asking friends, he eventually found a small joint in an MRT station that sold the delicacy.

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