Depends on where in Malaysia. about 5 years agoAnswered by Europe via WorldNomads.com
Life goes on as usual during the month of Ramadhan in Malaysia as Malaysia is a multicultural country. Most major cities will still have food served all day long. Some Muslim eateries would be closed. But some will remain open especially in the cities.
For small towns, if the town is predominantly Muslim then it'll be hard to find food as most eateries would be closed. Non-muslim eateries will remain open everywhere.
During the fasting month, there will be bazaar every night around the cities. These bazaars are the best place to savour local Malay food. about 5 years agoAnswered by A fellow Malaysian via WorldNomads.com