Eid al-Adha (Eid) 2023 is also the local time of Muslim Holiday of Eid Al Adha. It is the “feast of sacrifice” and is also called “Hari Raya Korban '' and a day of remembrance by Muslims. It is a wonderful time in the Muslims calendar to be spent with your loved ones and offer prayers and positivity among your loved ones. Eid al-Adha (Eid) is a national holiday when people rise early to pray and visit mosques with friends and family. It is an exciting and time of celebration for Muslims with friends and family.
In the vicinity of Mecca the day is celebrated as the remembrance of the “almost sacrifice” according to the Islamic sculptures. The date of the celebration is declared in Malaysia by the moon-sighting committee on the first day of Dhul-hijjah, the final month on the Islamic calendar. After that only the final date of the celebration is determined and declared as a holiday. For this day, Mosques are decorated with lights, gifts are exchanged, and fire-crackers are also set off in the night. So, these are the days in Malaysia when you can plan to visit this place and experience the festive fervor.
|11-Aug||Sun||Eid Al Adha||National||2019|
|31-Jul||Fri||Eid Al Adha||National||2020|
|20-Jul||Tue||Eid Al Adha||National||2021|
|09-Jul||Sat||Eid Al Adha||National||2022|
|29-Jun||Eid Al Adha||2023|
|28-Jun||Wed||Eid Al Adha||National||2023|