1. When Is Ramadan 2022?
2. Niat Ramadan
3. Terawih Prayers & Worship
- 8 Beautiful Ways To Make Your Ramadan At Home More Meaningful
- 6 Ways To Get The Most Out Of Ramadan As A Busy Muslim
- A Guide To Tarawih Prayers - When, Why & How To Do It
- 9 Books You Should Read To Improve Yourself This Ramadan
- 8 Beautiful Blessings Of Ramadan That Will Inspire You This Holy Month
4. Sahur & Iftar RecipesAnd of course, we can't have Ramadan without the delicious sahur and iftar feasts! Between looking for yummy sahur recipes, to delighting in Iftar gatherings, you might feel a little pressure searching for the right dishes, recipes and meals to serve or enjoy. Well no worries! HHWT is home to a myriad of sahur and Iftar guides. For anyone who is new to the term or is in need of a little refresher, sahur (which is sometimes written as suhoor or sahoor) is the pre-dawn meal Muslims eat before the day’s fast begins. While it’s not obligatory for you to have sahur (it’s a sunnah, after all!), don’t underestimate the importance of it as it is a meal that is filled with blessings.
- 8 Sahur Recipes You Can Pull Together In 15 Minutes Or Less!
- 8 Healthier Options To Choose From When You're Out For Sahur
- Sahur For Two: 10 Easy Meals To Prepare For Busy Working Couples
- 10 Things To Eat If You Only Have 5 Minutes For Sahur
- 8 Easy Smoothie & Overnight Oats Recipes To Keep You Energised This Ramadan
- A Nutritionist's Guide To Ramadan - Tips & Healthy Recipes
- 8 Delicious Meals You Can Whip Up For Iftar In 30 Minutes Or Less
- Best Places To Break Fast in Singapore This Ramadan
- 10 Halal Tingkat Deliveries In Singapore For Your Iftar This Ramadan
- 8 Ramadan Set Meals In KL To Treat Your Family For Iftar
- 8 Halal Food Deliveries In SG For An Awesome Iftar Gathering At Home
5. Muslims Around The WorldAnd of course, know that you're not alone. The world is filled with about 1.8 billion Muslims, all worshiping and practicing Ramadan the way you are. Check out how people around the world celebrate Ramadan with HHWT's inspiring stories about Muslims & Ramadan Around The World!
- A Day In The Life Of A Japanese Muslim Living In Tokyo
- Celebrating Ramadan As A Korean Muslim Revert In South Korea
- Beyond Hunger And Thirst: Ramadan Reflections From A Chinese-Muslim Revert
- Malaysian Muslims Embrace A Different Ramadan In Hong Kong
- Celebrating Ramadan As A Dutch Muslim Revert In The Netherlands
- Ramadan As A New Revert: Reflections Of A Japanese Muslim