Restrain the urge to overbuy food

For some, Ramadan bazaars provide an easy option to buy food for breaking of fast. — Filepic

 THE variety of food and other delicacies at Ramadan bazaars is something many Malaysians, both Muslims and non-Muslims, look forward to.

From ayam percik, nasi biryani, ikan bakar and rojak to cakes and colourful drinks, Ramadan bazaars give visitors plenty of options.

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