I celebrated Ramadhan this year in Penang because I’m having 4 months practical here. I just want to share my experience of iftar or break fast here.
In UIA, I used to iftar at SHAS mosque. Even though they just provide Roti Arab and soup, its enough because I don’t eat much. Another thing is that if I eat too much, then I won’t feel like performing ibadah. I still can have heavy supper afterwards. 26 days in Penang and I’ve been to these places for my iftar. Check it out!
Surau An-Nur, Lebuh Nipah
The closest surau near my place. Provide Iftar and Morray throughout Ramadhan. Sahur is provided in the last ten days. They only perform 8 rakaat of tarawikh here. I really love the environment here because of its friendly neighborhood. Its very pleasing to watch the whole family having morray together. They don’t divide eating area because when people comes with their family, isn’t it good to enjoy your quality time together?
Masjid Ar-Ridhuan Nyior Sebatang, Seberang Prai
Been here for one night iktikaf with my friends. They perform 20 rakaat of tarawih here.
My colleague offers me to break fast at his place. Meals was prepared by his wife. I only perform Maghrib prayers here.
Masjid Pantai Jerejak
Been here for Iftar and Maghrib only.
Surau at Bukit Jambul Flat
Been here for Iftar and Maghrib only. Bubur is provided everyday.
I would like to thanks to those who sponsored all the meals at these mosques. InsyaAllah God will grant you with blessing in life and hereafter. I’m glad that I can cut my expense on meals since I’ve went for iftar at these places. 🙂 InsyaAllah one day when I’ve my good career, I also want to sponsor iftar at any mosque near my place.
In KL, they call it Bubur Lambuk. In Penang they call it Bubur Kanji.
Murtabak in Penang is totally different than in KL.
I missed those days when I can buy 3 delicacies for RM1. Now its RM2 for 5. So expensive nowadays!
P/S – just shared Kuliah Subuh Ustaz Syafiq at myadlan.blogspot.com. Check it out too!