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Organisers said more than 2,000 people had applied to take part in the session this past weekend, the second staged so far by "Halal Speed Dating", which uses the term denoting practises that comply with Islamic rules. But unlike Western-style speed dating, which is geared toward matching up people for later dates and courtship on their own, couples in the Islamic version are expected to seek marriage soon after both sides agree, including the parents.
Muslim-majority Malaysia has long practised a moderate form of Islam.
In addition, Penang has the third highest Human Development Index in Malaysia, after the State of Selangor and the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur.
Its heterogeneous population is highly diverse in ethnicity, culture, language and religion.
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However, the event organiser was unable to allow married men to take part in the event as the female applicants did not agree to such an arrangement.
A Muslim couple holds hands as they walk at a park in Kuala Lumpur on October 5, 2015.
Only those who have passed the vetting process by the organiser will be invited to attend and the ticket is priced at RM120 per person or RM80 for early bird registries.
"I can tell people are looking for something new," said Norhayati, as reported in The Express Tribune, who noted that the event is attracting interest from people of all religions."I brought my parents as they are the best people who can guide me to find someone.
I'm focusing on finding someone who can willingly accept me for who I am," said Nurnadille Edlena, 24, who participated in the bi-annual matchmaking event in Kuala Lumpur.
The second smallest Malaysian state by land mass, Penang is bordered by Kedah to the north and the east, and Perak to the south.
The British reconquered Penang in 1945, making it the first Malayan polity to be liberated.