The ambience on the the special month Ramadhan is strongly unchangeable by any other month. Especially here in Indonesia where the world’s largest muslim population live. Indonesian perform shaum/fasting for about 12 hours per day, while in Europe muslim fasting for 20 hours long! Wow… what a long summer day.
I love Ramadhan’s ambience, special dishes for breakfasting/iftar & sahoor and Taraweeh prayer. I usually perform Taraweeh in the nearest amazing local mosque Al-Irsyad.Take a look the inside of Al Irsyad :
My fave breakfasting menu is definitely warm tea and dates/kurma. The most popular Indonesian sweet flavor breakfasting menu during Ramadhan called Kolak. My family usually consume it followed by savory snack :p. Dinner is served after Taraweeh with fruit. For sahoor we usually eat something left from last dinner or just some quick cooking dishes.