Time Out says
For Muslims in Singapore, Ramadan is a special time to reflect and also do good to others. Although Ramadan may be a personal journey for many, it is also a time to catch up with loved ones and friends we haven't seen in a while. This year's holy month is a little different because of the 'circuit breaker' but you can still spend Ramadan Together with the National Heritage Board (NHB) as it brings the spirit of gotong-royong online.
Join a mass iftar from your dining table on May 9, share Raya recipes online from your kitchen on May 16, and flex your vocal chops for a community karaoke session of popular Raya tunes from your living room on May 24. The countdown to Hari Raya serves to bring the community together virtually, spotlighting the significance of Ramadan during these particularly trying times.