Muslims in Malaysia go on shopping spree for first Hari Raya since lifting of curbs

This will be the first Hari Raya Aidilfitri since the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions in Malaysia. PHOTO: SURIA KLCC
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KUALA LUMPUR - Ms Maisarah Kalsum Adnan is looking forward to Hari Raya Aidilfitri celebrations this year as it will be the first time that she and her three siblings will be able to gather at their parents' home in northern Kedah state in three years.

"This Raya is going to be very special for our family because we are now able to celebrate it with no restrictions," the civil engineer told The Straits Times.

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