Kuala Lumpur: Putting aside religious differences and fostering the spirits of Ramadan, Malaysia's non-Muslims have expressed their joy and wish to participate in the Ramadan rituals, joining Muslims' special Iftar meals, news agencies reported.
"It's only during the fasting month that you see so many types of dishes, particularly ones that are not commonly prepared," Jeann Yora Mahin, said.
"I am excited to try all as you don't get to enjoy them every day."
In Malaysia, many non-Muslims found the month as offering a great opportunity to come closer to Muslims by sharing their Iftar buffets at hotels and restaurants.
"I don't fast during Ramadan but I still appreciate breaking fast with my Muslim colleagues," Rachel Basnayake, said.