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Must-Know Hari Raya Etiquette In Singapore


Eid al-Fitr, known commonly in Singapore as Hari Raya Puasa, is fast approaching this year.

Celebrated by Muslims all over the world on of the first day Syawal (the tenth month of the lunar Islamic calendar), it is a joyous occasion and most will spend the day visiting family and friends. If you’re joining the festivities and visiting your Muslim friends or colleagues this year, make sure to scroll through the gallery below to find out what to do so you can avoid making any faux pas this Hari Raya.

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This story first appeared on The Singapore Women’s Weekly, June 2017. / Updated by Melodi Ghui May 2019 

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