It’s a public holiday here in Penang and Selangor because of Nuzul Al-Quran. My dear hubby’s office follow Kedah and Wilayah Persekutuan holidays. That means I am stuck at home with four kids and a car that doesn’t belong to me. *sigh*
Someone borrowed our seven-seater for an outstation trip and left his Accord with WHITE upholstery for me. (Do you know that white upholstery and kids don’t mix?) So, it is going to be a boring public holiday. Shucks!
So who else is having a public holiday today? Happy Holiday!
19 thoughts on “It’s a holi-holi-holiday in Penang, and Selangor ONLY”
ooh……….my holiday is on tomorrow.Haha,chek ar you nia stuck at home but cannot go kai kai.
yay! tidur lambat bangun pun lambat! so shiok!
it’s a holiday here in Perak as well… 🙂
put plastic sheets over them!
don’t bother going out la. holiday, sure jam everywhere one!
Haze la… so stay at home also OK. 🙂 Let them play all the boys toys lor…
Terengganu also holiday la =)
Muslims believe that Nuzul Quran is the day that the Quran was first revealed by Allah to mankind via the Prophet Muhammad as stated in Baqarah(2):verse185:\
Ramadan is the (month) in which was sent down the Qur-an, as a guide to mankind, also Clear (Signs) for guidance and judgment (between right and wrong). So every one of you who is present (at his home) during that month should spend it in fasting, but if any one is ill, or on a journey, the prescribed period (should be made up) by days later. Allah intends every facility for you; He does not want to put you to difficulties. (He wants you) to complete the prescribed period, and to glorify Him in that He has guided you; and perchance ye shall be grateful.
My husband too is away working. They follow Wilayah PH. Nothng much to do anyway…. i bet the malls are packed with Deepavali and Raya round the corner… sigh
No holiday for the poor pplz of KL, why is tat? Should be a national holiday lei, anyhoo back to the slave factory….. Cheers!
JoeC – You hafta work? So kesian…
helen – Yalor, I haven’t been shopping for the last few weeks, so packed.
fire80 – Thanks for that bit of enlightment. And I thot it is some national Quran reading competition only!
pelf – Yakah? So that includes, Perak, Tganu and I suppose all the East Coast states?
Mumof2 – Yalor, and have to find food to feed them somemore lor. If laki at home, we can go out and makan. If me alone, I’d rather eat Maggi Mee. LOL.
mott – Penang sure jam one, everyday also the same. Here no haze but the weather exceptionally hot, dunno why.
wuching – Aiyor, plastic sheets hot lah. Stay home and nap better.
Vern – Oh, issit? Hehehe.
azhan – Ya, few more days and then, school hols again. SXI cuti the whole week, SXI primary lagi shiok, cuti from 19th onwards.
JM – Stay home also no shiok ‘cos si beh juak, go shopping mall enjoy aircond lagi shiok.
it’s a holiday in selangor..but i m working..cos i m too rajin oredi…aiya..own biz la..have to..some more service mia dept…have to bukak la…
holy day..jeng jeng jeng sell a bread,
holy day..jeng jeng jeng sell a bread,
If we took a holy day..
Took some time to sell a bread..
Just one day out of lies..
It would be, it would be so nice..
haiyo. me no holy day ere.
I work in Selangor but my company stopped observing Nuzul Quran and Thaipusam holidays. So unfair! Argh!!!!
Eeee… aikss…. it’s a public holiday in both place. We don’t have it here but my brother’s school is having holiday for it. So strange…
It’s a holiday in Brunei too!
This is the day people in PJ or Selangor go in drove to KL for shopping. Then after finish shopping they have to deal with masive traffic jam in the afternoon rush hour. People working in KL and the shoppers coming back together, just imagine.
Sad betul….my friends just across Selangor got holidays while my college is located in KL, no off for me. 🙁
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