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Holidays in Malaysia

Malaysia has the highest number of holidays in the world. These are both national as state holidays. More festivities are being held during the year, but these are festivals of religion and ethnic groups. The main holy days of every religion actually is regarded as a holiday. The most famous holiday in Malaysia definitely is Hari Kebangsaa on August 31. This national day is a remembrance for the independence of the Federation of Malaya from British colonial. Check the section below for more Malaysian holidays.

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Holidays Malaysia

  • Hari Raya Puasa: Muslim holidays are very important in Malaysia. Hari Raya Puasa is the most important one. During this holiday, the end of the Ramadan is being celebrated.

  • Diwali/Deepavali: This fesitval, celebrated by the Hindus, is also known as the festival of light.

  • Wesak: A Buddhist festival to celebrate the birth of Lord Buddha.



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