Malaysia Good Friday is also known as Easter and is an officially public holiday in the states of Sabah and Sarawak, East Malaysia. During Easter two major celebrations take place, which are three days apart. But, Easter all across the country is referred to as Easter Sunday – the day on which the resurrection of Jesus is remembered and celebrated. Good Friday 2020 Malaysia is a big event across the country as people start the preparations of the festival weeks before along with shopping and gorging on delicacies.
Good Friday known as Easter, which is the most ancient festival of Christmas and is considered as the most important festival in the Christian calendar. Easter is known as Easter Sunday and is traditionally more important and is often referred to as the key Christmas celebration and is celebrated with much more colour, music, gift giving and festivity. Easter is preceded by 40 days of fasting, and Good Friday and Easter Sunday are marked by Church services full of meaning and importance. So, you can plan a trip to Malaysia during this time of the year and you will surely have some memorable moments with friends and family to cherish forever.
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