What better way to kick off the Ramadhan month with some delectable Raya food, enjoyed with style, 35,000 feet up in the air!
By Irvin Hanni
Ramadan isn’t just about feasting after fasting; it is a call to adhere to strict religious practices amongst Muslims worldwide to abstain from food and water from sunrise to sunset. Apart from detoxifying body and mind, the act creates empathy for the less fortunate. Breaking fast with family and community makes the event even more joyful!
Words: R. Rajendra
One of the perks of being a Malaysian besides the diverse culture is of course, the FOOD! Nothing beats the feeling of having a hot Malaysian meal to fill up your growling tummy when you’re at 30,000 feet! So let us introduce you to one of our popular inflight Halal meals known to satiate everyone’s taste buds anytime, anywhere!
By Shafiqah Shafie
Familiar faces in Malaysia’s comedy circuit, funnymen Kavin Jay and Rizal Van Geyzel are paving the way for aspiring comedians with One Mic Stand, an open mic night for emerging artists to hone their craft. Find out what makes them laugh, how they became comedians and their aspirations for stand-up comedy in Malaysia.
Compiled by: Chitra S.
Get the best out of Ho Chi Minh City as Muslim Friendly Indochina Blog Contest Winners — Wan Hassan Wan Ismail and Azatulsheeda Mohd Azman highlight the best places to eat halal food and visit Islamic structures!
Images: Wan Hassan Wan Ismail; Azatulsheeda Mohd Azman and AirAsia.
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