“We did a lot of cooking at home, we lost a lot of weight. We did not really waste a lot of plastic as (how) we are buying today. But no matter what, Ramadan is always good,” Mr Hurley stated.
Mdm Rozzfariza stated the couple have been coming to the identical neighbourhood bazaar for the final 20 years, because it first began.
Although issues are practically back to regular, they recalled the agony of not having the ability to meet up with mates, and never breaking quick with their prolonged household during the last two years.
Ms Michelle Lim, 29 and Mr Kent Wong, 28 stated it was their first time back on the SS6 Ramadan bazaar in Petaling Jaya for the reason that pandemic struck.
“We will usually buy nasi ayam kunyit (tumeric-infused chicken with rice) and ayam berempah (spiced fried chicken), batik cakes and also curry puffs,” Ms Lim stated.
Mdm Mimi Azuwa Mohd Nor, 43, was attempting to preserve her toddler daughter entertained whereas ready for her roti john orders to be accomplished by Mr Azlan in Petaling Jaya.
“After not being able to visit Ramadan bazaars for two years, I am just happy to be out with my daughter and husband today. We can visit a bazaar as a family again,” she stated.
They had averted visiting Ramadan bazaars though they had been open for a number of weeks final yr.
“It is so long since we could visit one, which makes this opportunity all the more meaningful,” she stated, including that it’s important to keep in mind to adhere to the well being protocols.