According to the government’s announcement, the Ramadan market activities in Malaysia are going on as usual. The Ramadan market epidemic set traders apart in Corona. According to a survey, devout Muslims have not missed out on buying Iftar items since the market opened. Abdul Hafiz Abdullani, a staff member at Kuala Lumpur Hospital, said: “It’s a feeling of longing, because I haven’t felt the environment for a long time now, it’s a different feeling.
“Alhamdulillah, we can do business as usual, there was no market for more than two years, we are lucky to be able to do business again this year,” said Kampung Baru trader Aryan Ramli.
Earlier, Federal Territory Minister Datuk Seri Shahidan Qasim said a total of 72 Ramadan markets, including 5,000 stalls, would operate across the capital during the month of Ramadan.
Top 10 Ramadan Markets in Kuala Lumpur – TTDI, Kampong Baru, Bangsar, Stadium Shah Alam, Bukit Bintang, Kelana Jaya, Melawati, Masjid India, Bandar Tun Razak, SS13. In most of the markets, traders sit in the shops with Iftar items between 4:30 pm. The traders are busy making the best food in hot weather.
In Malaysia, fasting people are given a free meal called ‘Bubur Lambak’ from a mosque. Bubur lambak is made with rice, meat, coconut, milk, ghee etc. The distribution of this food started from the Central Mosque in Kuala Lumpur about five decades ago.