Hari Raya (Eid) celebrates the end of the fasting month of Ramadan. In Malaysia, it goes from being solemn to superbly festive with people flaunting off new clothes, eating terrific calorific food, visiting family and opening their hearts and homes to everyone.
While the whole country may be celebrating, its capital Kuala Lumpur suddenly becomes quiet. Why? Because half of the city’s population have gone back to their hometowns to celebrate with family. Undeniably, the clear roads and reduction in noise pollution is a pleasant change of pace for those who are Klang Valley based, and if you’re a visitor, it could possibly be the best time to visit the great city of KL.
So whether you’re local, a tourist, celebrating, or not, here’s a roundup of things to do that’s all in tune with making the most of Kuala Lumpur during Syawal – the month of Raya 2018.
Hari Raya is a festive season for everyone, but the process of preparing for it can be a hassle, especially for busy mothers. Thankfully, Hari Raya decorations do not have to be expensive or time-consuming, especially with the few ideas that has included from photo. Get your kids to help with decorating their home / office for the season too!