Eid-ul-fitr (Eid) is a Muslim holiday celebrated in Malaysia by breaking the fast. Hari Raya means “celebration day” in literal language and is also the day that marks the end of Ramadan. It is also one of the most important celebrations among Muslims in Malaysia. Eid-ul-fitr (Eid) 2021 being one of the most significant and biggest holidays in Malaysia it is also the time for Muslims across the world to return to their family home. It is one of the best times to be with their loved ones and family and spend some time.
The celebration happens at the end of the Ramadan, which is the Islamic holy month of dawn to sunset fasting. It is considered as one of the most important festivals of Muslims in which they visit family and friends and seek forgiveness of each other, visit ancestors, graves and saying prayers at the mosque and visiting relatives. Special delicacies are also prepared including ketupat, rendang, satay, lemang, and curry. In Malaysia, children are also given sum of tokens of money as a present from their family and elders. The city is also lighted and decorated that attracts tourists from all across the globe during this time.
|05-Jun||Wed||Eid Al Fitr||National||2019|
|24-May||Sun||Eid Al Fitr||National||2020|
|13-May||Thu||Eid Al Fitr||National||2021|
|02-May||Mon||Eid Al Fitr||National||2022|