Eid al-Fitr Celebration

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Eid al-Fitr sees Muslims around the world celebrating the end of a month-long fasting period. Here, Eid al-Fitr is arguably the biggest holiday event that sees millions of Indonesian Moslems take to the road, sea, and air on a nation-wide pilgrimage to their hometown. It is the best time for migrant Moslems to return home to celebrate the spiritual triumph…

Eid al-Fitr sees Muslims around the world celebrating the end of a month-long fasting period. Here, Eid al-Fitr is arguably the biggest holiday event that sees millions of Indonesian Moslems take to the road, sea, and air on a nation-wide pilgrimage to their hometown. It is the best time for migrant Moslems to return home to celebrate the spiritual triumph with their families.

During Eid al-Fitr in Indonesia, the whole country stops one week before and after the actual date, falling on August 10th this year. Bali, which has a large Moslem migrant population from nearby islands, is no exception.  Everybody who does not observe the ritual should consider adjusting their lifestyle and any plans as there will be a significant increase of travelers coming to and leaving the island. 

 

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