At the time I post this blog, the holy month of Ramadhan this year is coming to an end. Muslims all over the world will be celebrating the Eid ul Fitr. It mark the end of the compulsory fasting month when every Muslim have to abstain from eating and drinking from dawn to dusk.
Ramadhan in Malaysia has become some sort of food fest with Pasar Ramadhan being set up in many places especially nearby communities to sell variety of food. kuih and drinks. During this month sonetimes we can find cakes (kuih) that were rarely found at other times. Varities of food is choiceless and people will find it difficult to make out their mind at all those delicuous food and the temptation increases after abstaining from eating the whole day.
Customers are not only Muslims who observing the fasting, but also other races who took the opportunity to saviour Malaysian dishes at their peak. That the specialty of having a multiracial soceity. I overheard a couple ladies whe were at a Pasar Ramadhan in Sungai Besi, Kuala Lumpur. “This is the beauty of Malaysia“.
For tourist, Ramadhan can be identified as some of the better months to visit Malaysia because it is a feasting season.
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