Without us realizing, we are reaching the Ramadan month and approaching closer to Hari Raya Eid Al-Fitr. Usually, the Muslims will celebrate this holiday by visiting their hometown and giving gifts to their close relatives as well as those who are in need.
There are many variations of the present, some give pocket money, hampers filled with snacks or even handmade gifts. If you are still confused about what to get for your relatives during the holiday, check out these 4 Hari Raya gift ideas!
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2. Beauty Products
Raise your hand up if you are surrounded by makeup lovers! Then this would certainly be the right choice of gift to give them. You can mix up beauty products from compact powder, lipstick, mascara, eyeliner to micellar water into a hamper that you are preparing. Pretty isn’t it?
3. Pocket Money
One of the most common presents given is pocket money or widely known as Tunjangan Hari Raya (THR). It is, in fact, one of the most awaited elements of Hari Raya celebration even for non-muslims. To make it even more interesting, you can even put the pocket money into electronic cards such as E-Money or Flazz that comes with a unique and personalized card cover that symbolizes your relative!
4. Pastry Hampers
It’s been a tradition to give hampers near Hari Raya to maintain your relationships with the recipients of your hamper. Most of the time, the hampers are filled with many different types of pastry from lidah kucing, putri salju, nastar to sweet pastry such as chocolate praline or fruit cookies. Do you know that you could indirectly support the recipient’s family gathering as the pastries are served during the gathering. So helpful right?
Those are several gift ideas for your loved ones. I know there are a lot of options, but whatever your choice might be, make sure to give it with all your heart, because that’s what Hari Raya truly means. Wishing you a warm and peaceful Ramadan month!