6 Things Malaysians are Changing for Hari Raya in 2023

6 Things Malaysians are Changing for Hari Raya in 2023

Hari Raya (also known as Eid Al-Fitr) is a joyful occasion for Muslims to come together with family members which highlight the first day of Syawal, but this is also accompanied by special baju raya, biskut raya and duit raya!

When every house or garden is filled by lampu pelita at night in preparation for the festive season. We know that Hari Raya is just days away!

Have you ever wondered what changes Malaysians are making to celebrate Hari Raya?

Ready Your Baju Raya Theme

Celebrating Hari Raya

Malaysians like to update their baju rayas (traditional clothing) every year so that they can look just a bit more fashionable at home during Ramadan. This year, the three main colour trends for 2023's Eid-al-Fitr outfit are lavender, red and black.

Before you can even think about what outfit to wear for Hari Raya, you have to pick out your #rayaootd theme that makes it more fun when matched with the whole family! You could always go for a traditional look ~ baju kurung Pahang or baju kebaya teluk belanga or something more modern, you might want to try out baju kurung moden or baju kebaya modern

New Duit Raya List

Duit Raya, or money for Hari Raya, is an Islamic tradition in Malaysia that involves giving money. The money can be given as charity by friends or family members.

For someone who has just been hired, it can be an exciting change as they will first time experience planning their duit raya list. There is nothing more gratifying than seeing children's happy faces when they receive their own green packets!

Biskut Raya

There are so many different kinds of cookies in Malaysia! We love making our own and sharing them with our friends and family. If you want to try something new, try baking almond London tarts, which are popular during this time of year.

If you're in Malaysia during the month of Ramadan, you'll notice that there's an abundance of these delicious snacks (nenas batang, buruk biskut, cornflakes ,biskut semperit, biskut nestum) available everywhere you go—from street vendors to supermarkets to office buildings where everyone can buy one if they are not making one at home!

Home Décor

Home decor is a crucial part of bringing out the liveliness during Hari Raya. With this in mind, Malaysians are opting for creative ways to add a touch of traditional Malay culture into their homes.

For many people, the number one priority is a new lampu pelita raya or "lamps of light". This year, though, we're seeing a lot of people opting for eco-friendly Lampu LED solar Raya instead of traditional lamps. They're lightweight and easy to install—and best of all, they're waterproof!

Spring Clean Your Home

It’s important to start spring cleaning early as this gives you enough time to get all the work done before Hari Raya comes around. You can also use this opportunity to declutter all your closets and cupboards as well as clean them thoroughly before giving away as charity as it will be good for holy month (Ramadhan).This will help keep your home looking clean and tidy throughout the year!

New Dinnerware Collection

Hari Raya is the perfect time to refresh your tableware collection with something new. Whether you want to go classic or modern, We offer you durable and shatterproof dinnerware that is worth your money for raya shopping- we have Noel Blue, Shine Pearl, and Noel Hart!

You don't have to spend a lot of money on fancy china and crystal glasses. You'll find our 100% food-grade melamine is perfectly safe, and it comes with exquisite designs to meet your Raya tablescape. You can use it indoors or outdoors, and will make your guests feel welcome—and make you look like an awesome host!

Get yourself a new dinnerware collection with a 30% off for the second item today! Click here. 

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