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Rentak Warisan with Sri Mahligai: Hari Raya 2022 Special Edition

by Malay Heritage Centre
17 May • 08:00pm • Malay Heritage Centre

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Rentak Warisan with Sri Mahligai: Hari Raya 2022 Special Edition
Date & Time: Tue, 17 May | 8pm to 9pm

Venue: Malay Heritage Centre
Fee: $10 per pax
Registration: https://shf2022-rentakwarisanwithsrimahligai.peatix.com/ 

Relive your fondest memories of nostalgic Aidilfitri celebrations with unforgettable classic Hari Raya songs. These songs have a special place in the hearts and memories of Muslims in the region. A common theme for many of these songs is the longing to come home to celebrate Aidilfitri. In the lyrics, one can find idyllic descriptions of “home” and the joy that comes with being reunited with family and loved ones.

Malay Heritage Centre

The Malay Heritage Centre (MHC) showcases the history, culture and contributions of the Malay community within the context of Singapore's history and multi-cultural society. MHC's permanent galleries focus on the history of Kampong Gelam and showcase an interesting collection of artefacts from the National Collection and the Malay community.

Through its exhibitions and programmes, the centre aspires to be a vibrant destination of historical and cultural significance for both Singaporeans and international visitors.

The Malay Heritage Centre is under the management of the National Heritage Board in partnership with the Malay Heritage Foundation.

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