PASAR MALAM 2021
Celebrating more than 15 years as one of Curtin University’s most beloved events!
Pasar Malam returns on Friday 12 November from 5pm - 10pm, with a myriad of cuisines, performers and crafts from all over the globe, woven through the charming laneways, gardens, and promenades of Curtin’s Bentley campus.
Named after the Malay and Indonesian phrase for “night market”, this FREE community event is a vibrant celebration of international food and culture which brings the people together to enjoy friendship, family and delectable food.
Bring your friends and travel the globe, one plate at a time!
Event entry is FREE and all are welcome!
- Pop up stalls and food trucks with tasty street food from around the globe
- Live on-stage entertainment and roving performers
- Artisan and craft stalls
- Family fun zone with free rides and limited free tickets for sideshow games
- The Tav will be open for drinks and more seating
- EFTPOS & ATMS available. Contactless payments preferred.
- NO PETS, sorry!
- FREE PARKING after 4:30pm, keep in mind the road closures on Koorliny Way and Beazley Ave Northbound! For the closest parking to the event, we recommend PF1, PD1 or the multi-deck carpark.
- LOST PROPERTY? Visit one of our info tents! Anything left over will be taken to Curtin Connect on Monday after the event.
Stall applications are now open!
We're looking for food vendors who can provide unique and diverse food, and market vendors who sell artisanal products that are globally inspired.
We want visitors to experience cuisines from around the world, whilst enjoying crafts and traditional performances in the charming laneways, gardens and promenades of Curtin University’s Bentley campus.
Applications close 4pm Thursday 21 October 2021.
Submitting an application form does not guarantee you a stall at the event.
Stall confirmations and rejections will be emailed to all applicants by Friday 22 October 2021.
For further queries about the event, please contact email@example.com.
Pasar Malam is proudly brought to you by Curtin Student Guild’s International Student Committee.
HEALTH & SAFETY
Help protect yourself and others during the event:
- Everyone must scan in with the SafeWA app or paper register
- If you are unwell please don’t attend the event
- Please keep your distance while queuing at entry point and service areas
- Please remember to maintain respiratory etiquette and personal hygiene at all times
- Utilise the many sanitizing stations throughout the event
- If feeling unwell throughout the event please attend the first aid stand
Acknowledgement of Country
The Curtin Student Guild recognises the Whadjuk Noongar people as the traditional owners of this land, and pays respect to elders past, present, and emerging. This land is stolen, sovereignty was never ceded and this always was and always will be Aboriginal land.