Hari Raya Haji Collection


Celebrate Hari Raya Haji with our exquisite collection specially curated for you and your loved ones to enjoy.


Looking for a scrumptious Raya meal for the whole family to enjoy? Look no further than All Things Delicious’ Chef-To-Go Mini Buffet where we have taken comfort foods from all around the globe and present to you the flavours here.

Raya Gifting

Show your loved ones or associates you are thinking of them this festive season with our specially-curated Raya gift set!

Choose from a selection of 8 different gift sets, filled with festive goodies such as our best-selling little cakes, delicious handmade cookies and more.

Raya's Most Popular Cookies

Whether you are thinking of gifting them to your friends, relatives or associates, or simply just for snacking with your loved ones at home, just click and scroll through this list and take your pick from the variety of Raya cookies, snacks and kuih we offer.

Raya Cakes & Desserts

As Hari Raya beckons, this is the perfect opportunity to order some sweet treats from us! Featuring two of our new festive cakes: Ondeh Ondeh Cake and Chocolate Chip Brookies. It is beyond indulgent, trust us.

Raya Sets

All Things Delicious has specially curated Hari Raya Haji bundles filled with delicious treats for you and your loved ones to indulge in! With a mix of all-time favourites such as cookies and cakes, to popular sweet and savoury delights, there is definitely a treat at All Things Delicious just for anyone’s taste buds! Fuss-free and affordable, there is absolutely no need for you to spend time preparing those perfect snacks and meals.

Simply order and bond with your loved ones in the comfort of your home! You may even consider sharing the joy by gifting a bundle to your friends, relatives, colleagues, and neighbours too!

The Beginner's Guide

Exactly 70 days after the holy month of Ramadan, Singapore’s Muslim community celebrates Hari Raya Haji or the “Festival of Sacrifice” which will last 4 days and serves to mark the end of “hajj”.

Here’s a quick guide to help you better understand this cultural festival celebrated by the Muslims in Singapore.