Assyakirin Mosque Singapore
Assyakirin Mosque Singapore
Nice halal Melayunese-tasted restaurant with appetizing portion.
Nice halal Melayunese-tasted restaurant with appetizing portion.
Simple dish for those looking at light Thai flavours.
Simple dish for those looking at light Thai flavours.
Authentic Malay food yum
Authentic Malay food yum
Authentic Indonesian food. Get your martabak manis fix here
Authentic Indonesian food. Get your martabak manis fix here
Local fare with an amazing view!
Local fare with an amazing view!
Ramen in geylang!!
Ramen in geylang!!
Seletar Airport is owned by Changi Airport Group.
556 W Camp Rd, Singapore 797794
+65 6481 0017
Staff within the Seletar Airport terminal center is very helpful, active and the process is painless and efficient. Inside the terminal area is clean and has an open and bright surrounding where every traveler can relax after a journey.
There are no enough details on Halal food restaurants within the Seletar Airport terminal. But there are enough Halal restaurants and cafes nearby the airport including internationally known fast food restaurants namely Burger King and McDonald's.
Transport is not a problem at all here. Varieties of transport options are available for affordable price which are faster too. Easily travelers can get in to public buses or else if interest can pick up a car or taxi which is also not hard to catch up from this area. Taxis are common and popular method of transport method which is cheap also.
No sufficient information about facilities or amenities at the Seletar Airport.
Singapore-Hong Kong Air Travel Bubble postponed for 2 weeks due to HK COVID-19 spike Credits: Aero Icarus from Zürich, Switzerland, CC BY-SA 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons The Singapore-Hong Kong Air Travel Bubble (ATB) has been postponed for at least 2 weeks due to a sudden spike in COVID-19 cases in HK. The announcement was made by Singapore Transport Minister Ong Ye Kung in a Facebook post on Saturday. ATB flights were scheduled to commence on Sunday, 22 November. Hong Kong confirmed 26 new coronavirus infections on Friday, 21 of which are local cases. Hong Kong has announced tighter COVID-19 measures to contain the spread of the infection among locals, such as the suspension of in-person classes for primary 1-3 students. The ATB had garnered much interest between Singaporeans and Hong Kongers alike, as tickets to and from the countries were sold out just a few hours after the start date of the ATB was announced. Ticket prices had also hiked, hitting a price of $1000 for economy class tickets. SIA and Cathay Pacific customers who have bought tickets may reschedule their booking, exchange their tickets for airline credits or request for a full refund. As the ATB agreements focus on allowing non-essential travel between countries without a mandatory quarantine period, non-ATB flights are still operational. Cathay Pacific will be converting ATB flights between 24 Nov and 5 Dec to non-ATB flights, retaining the same date and time as their original bookings, but maintaining “normal quarantine rules”, according to the airline. In his Facebook post, Minister Ong gave comment on the situation, stating that “this is a sober reminder that the COVID-19 virus is still with us, and even as we fight to regain our normal lives, the journey will be full of ups and downs. But we will press on and look forward to when we can safely launch the ATB.” Travellers coming into Singapore now eligible to purchase COVID-19 insurance Credits: PublicDomainPictures from Pixabay Foreigners entering Singapore are now eligible for at least S$30,000 insurance coverage for COVID-19 related medical costs. This figure is to cover the medical costs at private hospitals. The plans are offered by three insurance companies – AIG Asia Pacific Insurance, HL Assurance and Chubb Insurance Singapore. AIG and HL have rolled out their insurance plans, while Chubb will begin their offers from 27 Nov. Premiums start at $5.35. Student Club by Qatar Airways – new exclusive airline loyalty program for students worldwide Qatar Airways has just launched Student Club, a program that offers special benefits and savings exclusive to students worldwide. Powered by Qatar Airways Privilege Club, the program intends to support students throughout their educational journey. Members of Student Club are entitled to privileges such as discounts for flights, complimentary Super Wi-Fi onboard, extra baggage allowances, the freedom to change the dates of their flight, and more. Upon graduation, members will be automatically enrolled to Qatar Airways Privilege Club and will receive a free tier upgrade. They may also receive 5,000 Qmiles upon referring a friend to Student Club. Hotel to be built near the new Jeddah airport by early 2022 Credits: IHG (Voco) Website A new hotel is underway to be built near the new Jeddah airport in Saudi Arabia by the first quarter of 2022. Voco Jeddah North will feature 145 rooms and will be conveniently located near the upcoming Kingdom City, which is anticipated to be the new center of Jeddah. The best beaches in the northern corniche of the city will also be accessible from the hotel, such as the Alexandria beach, and the Obhur Corniche and Bay, near the Red Sea. Jeddah Seasons Square will also be easily accessible from the hotel. New British travel operator offering No-Fly holidays launched amidst UK lockdown Credits: Byway Website A new British travel operator, Byway, has begun operations amidst the lockdown in the UK. The operator specialises in no-fly holidays, aiming to pave the way for a new norm in the travel industry. With many consumers becoming more self-aware about how their travel behaviors impact the environment, Byway believes there to be an upcoming market for slow travel. Their personalized packages include journeys by train, boat and bike, exploring places in the UK and France that are off the beaten track. Byway also aims to expand to other European countries once borders open up. South Africa and Botswana to relax border restrictions Credits: Julian Herzog, CC BY 4.0 South Africa and Botswana are relaxing their border restrictions. Visitors from the UK and Ireland are allowed entry into South Africa and are expected to present a hardcopy certificate of a negative COVID-19 test taken 72 hours before departure. From 1 Dec, Botswana will open up its doors to travellers from South Africa, Namibia and Zimbabwe. Travellers will be expected to produce a negative COVID-19 PCR test result taken within 72 hours of their departure. Botswana is one of the most revered safari destinations in Africa, known for its large elephant population – the largest in the world....
You might never think about visiting Muar, Johor in Malaysia but we’re about to change your mind. A historical town in Johor, Muar (also known as Bandar Maharani) is one of the hidden gems in Malaysia you should consider visiting in near future. It was recently declared as Johor’s Royal Town by Sultan Ibrahim ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar Al-Haj in 2012. It was his mandate to keep Muar peaceful and clean that has made it to be one of the cleanest cities in SouthEast Asia – Muar was the recipient of the Asean Clean Tourist City Standard Award 2017. Famous for its coffee, food and historical buildings, it’s a perfect destination for foodies and those who seek a peaceful place to relax. Muar is waiting to be explored. Here are 6 things to do in Muar: 1. A Must-Go Place for Coffee Lovers: Sai Kee Kopi 434 Muar Credit: @aliyn_amerul on Instagram If you seek an authentic taste of local coffee in Muar, this is where you should go. Founded in 1953, Sai Kee Coffee is a two-storey wooden house perched very close to the Muar river, and across from the Bentayan Bus Station. Its founder, Mr. Kiar Am Sai was 17 years old when he landed in Malaysia from China. Ever since then, he has perfected his art in coffee roasting that it is now a popular drink among the locals and tourists around the world. They serve Authentic Coffee like Elephant Coffee, Kopi O and Musang (Luwak) Coffee. If you have never heard of Elephant and Musang (Luwak) Coffee, you might want to google it before sipping it. Other than that, they also serve Espresso, Cappuccino, White Coffee and many more. If you’re not a coffee lover, there are other menu items that you can order like Their Authentic Teas, Milk, Pineapple juice and Honey Lemon. They also serve Halal breakfast, lunch and dessert menu. Do try their Roti Bakar and Nasi Lemak as well! Don’t forget to bring home their signature product: Kopi Cap 434! Halal Status: Halal Certified Address: 121, Jalan Maharani, Taman Sri Emas, 84000 Muar, Johor, Malaysia Opening Hours: 8AM – 5:30PM Phone: +60 6-951 3046 Website: https://www.saikee.com/ 2. Have a Walk and Take Selfies at Muar Cultural Walk Credit: @syafiqariffin on Instagram Muar cultural walk is an alley with murals themed on Malaysian diversity, and Muar's historic and cultural roots. Here, you can hold your partner on a leisurely walk while enjoying the clean and peaceful atmosphere of Muar. You can also gain insights into Muar's culture and history by observing the murals and artwork on the alley walls. Besides that, you can also take photos there for mementos and Instagram posts. Address: Jalan Meriam, Pekan Muar, 84000 Muar, Johor, Malaysia Opening Hours: 24 hours Phone: +60 17-889 5899 3. Embrace Muslim History by Visiting and Praying at Sultan Ibrahim Jamek Mosque Credit: @zaher388 on Instagram Located along Jalan Petri, near the mouth of Muar River, Sultan Ibrahim Jamek Mosque was completed in 1930. Here, you can enjoy the unique combination of Colonial European and Islamic architectural style. In this unique mosque, you will notice the European influence by looking at the large balcony of the mosque. You will also notice Greek columns supporting the building. The Islamic architectural influence can be seen from the gleaming blue dome, a classic hallmark of Islamic architecture. Furthermore, a magnificent minaret stands on the side of the mosque. This mosque is very spacious and when looking at the interior, you will be awed by the uniqueness of the Imam's sermon in this mosque. With its peaceful ambience, you can perform Salath in Khushu at Sultan Ibrahim Jamek Mosque. Coming here, you can also enjoy a peaceful view of the Muar River. Address: Jalan Petri, Taman Sri Tanjung, 84000 Muar, Johor, Malaysia Opening Hours: 24 hours Phone: +60 19-762 6019 4. Rejuvenate Your Mind and Body by Hiking in Mount Ledang Credit: @thatsofarah on Instagram A long time ago, when the Majapahit empire was still in power, they named the mountain Gunung Ledang, which translates to 'lofty mountain'. In Archaic Javanese, the word ledang also means to 'show-off'. This mountain is rich in history, myth and legend, including the infamous Legend of Gunung Ledang. Which tells the story of the mythical princess, Puteri Gunung Ledang. Also known as Mount Ophir because of its history of being rich in Gold, Mount Ledang is a 1,276 m tall mountain in Tangkak, Johor, Malaysia. Precisely in the Gunung Ledang National Park. Its summit is located between the border of Muar and Melaka. This mountain is one of the most difficult mountains to hike and is definitely not for beginners. It takes about 6 hours to reach the summit. Gunung Ledang Resort entrance is around 40 km from Muar. We recommend you drive up the mountain instead. Here, you can enjoy Puteri Waterfall, Pools, and Wild Animals like Wild Boars, Monitor Lizards and hundreds of species of Birds. This mountain is also available for camping. However, we recommend contacting the phone number below before going. Address: Batu 26, Jalan Segamat, Sagil, 84020 Tangkak, Johor, Malaysia Opening Hours: 8AM-5PM (Mon & Wed), 8am-3:30PM (Tues & Thurs), 7AM-5PM (Fri-Sunday). Phone: +60 19-777 2057 5. Stroll Around and Take a Boat Ride in Tanjung Emas Credit: SK Lim on Flickr Known for its scenic “Sunset of Muar”, Tanjung Emas is a perfect place for a romantic evening stroll with your loved ones or it can also be a great place to find remedy. You can also do exercises like jogging, running, walking or cycling in the morning as they have a jogging track. A playground for children is also available. Other than that, Tanjung Emas is also a good spot for a picnic. Although there are shaded areas with trees and greenery, a friendly reminder to bring sunblock lotion or some sunglasses with you. Other than that, what is fun about this Tanjung (Cape) is its boat trip on the Muar River. Enjoy Tanjung Emas and Muar River scenery by having a 45-minute boat ride for only RM 10 for adults and RM 5 for children. Address: Taman Sri Tanjung, 84000 Muar, Johor, Malaysia Opening Hours: 9:30AM-11:30PM 6. Savor the Flavors of Hereditary Recipes of Soup at Muar Soup House Credit: @masz_princesshoneybee on Instagram What started as a pedicab stall back in 1958, Muar Soup House now occupies 3 shophouses. This place is very popular among the locals and tourists. Here is the reason – they come here to try its Signature Mutton Soup. For meat lovers, this soup is a must try! Other delicious soup menu items are Local Chicken Soup, Beef Soup, Mutton Gearbox Soup to Oxtail Soup. You must try their Rojak too! There is no need to worry that the stalls are closed because they are mostly open for 24 hours. Absolutely perfect for late night comfort food! Important note: The place may be very crowded due to its popularity. Use your mask, bring your hand-sanitizers and your patience while coming here. InshAllah all your efforts will be worth it! Halal Status: Halal Address: 47, Jalan Sisi, Pekan Muar, 84000 Muar, Johor, Malaysia Opening Hours: 12PM - 12AM (24 HOURS) Phone: +60 16-665 5786 Oh no, we have reached the end of our list! However, we do still have some information for you to note. Muar is in fact not far from Singapore. It is only about 3 hours away. Road access from Singapore to Muar is very accessible. A bus ticket from Singapore to Muar is around SGD 26 and travel by car is possible. If you are looking for a budget holiday, then you should really consider visiting Muar. Everyone deserves a good vacation. Therefore, HalalTrip is here to make sure you can get one. 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1. Colonial Club Image Credit: Colonial Club on Facebook Halal Status: Halal-Certified Address: 65 Airport Boulevard, #03-33 Changi Airport Terminal 3 819663 Opening Hours:Daily11AM to 10PM Facebook | Instagram 2. The Wonderment Collective's La Boutique Image Credit: The Wonderment Collective Halal Status: Muslim-Owned Address: 90 Lorong 23 Geylang, #01-01 388393 Agrow Building Opening Hours: Weekdays 10AM - 6PM, Saturdays 10AM - 1.30PM* (Reservations required) Sunday Closed Facebook | Instagram | Website 3. 100 labs Image Credit: @100labs on Instagram Halal Status: Muslim-Owned Address: 41 Sultan Gate, Singapore 198489 Opening Hours: Monday - Thursday & Sunday12PM to 10PM Friday & Saturday12PM to 12AM Facebook | Instagram | Website | HalalTrip 4. Go-Ang Pratunam Chicken Rice Image Credit: Go-Ang Pratunam Chicken Rice on Facebook Halal Status: Halal-Certified Address: JEM 50 Jurong Gateway Road #B1-08 Singapore 608549 NEX 23 Serangoon Central #B1-05/06 Singapore 556083 Plaza Singapura 68 Orchard Road #03-24 Singapore 238839 VivoCity 1 HarbourFront Walk #B2-30 Singapore 098585 Opening Hours: Daily11AM to 10PM Facebook | Instagram | Website 5. Restoran Aisyah Image Credit: @restaurant_aisyah Halal Status: Muslim-owned Address: 176 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068624 Opening Hours: Wednesday & Thursday11.30AM - 14.30PM17.00PM - 21.00PM Friday, Saturday & Sunday11:30AM - 21:00PM Monday & TuesdayClosed Facebook | Instagram | Website 6. GreaThai Image Credit: GREAThai on Facebook Halal Status: Halal-Certified Address: 430 Upper Changi Rd, #01-06, Singapore 487048 Opening Hours: Daily11.30AM - 10.30PM Facebook | Instagram | Website 7. Roost Image Credit: Roost on Facebook Halal Status: Halal-Certified Address: Resort World Sentosa (The Forum), B1-221, 26 Sentosa Singapore 098138 Opening Hours: Monday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday 11:30 - 20:30. Tuesday, Wednesday & ThursdayClosed Facebook | Instagram | Website 8. Buffet Town Image Credit: @buffettownsg Halal Status: Halal-Certified Address: Raffles City, #B1-44E, 252 North Bridge Road Opening Hours:Daily11.30AM to 3PM6.30PM to 10PM Facebook | Instagram | Website 9. Yi Zun Image Credit: Yi Zun Beef Noodle on Facebook Halal Status: Halal-Certified Address: 60 Joo Chiat Road, #01-08/09, Singapore 427726 Opening Hours: Daily11.00AM to 10.00PM Facebook | Instagram | Website 10. Soi Nice Soi Thai Image Credit: Soi Thai Soi Nice on Facebook Halal Status: Halal-Certified Address & Opening Hours: Raffles City Shopping Centre - 252 North Bridge Road #B1-14/15Sunday to Thursday11:30AM to 9:30PM Friday & Saturday11:30AM to 10:00PM Public Holiday11:30AM to 9:30PM JEM - 50 Jurong Gateway Rd #03-21Daily11:30AM to 10:00PM Facebook | Instagram | Website 11. Woodlands Sourdough Image Credit: Woodlands Sourdough on Facebook Halal Status: Muslim-Owned Address: 183 Upper Thomson Rd, The Longhaus, #01-03 Singapore, Singapore 574429 Opening Hours: Thursday - Sunday 8.30AM to 3.00PM or SELL OUT Monday - WednesdayClosed Facebook | Instagram 12. MBK Thai - Closed Till further notice Image Credit: MBK Thai on Facebook Halal Status: Halal-Certified Address: Blk 824 Tampines St 81 #01-22 Singapore, Singapore 520824 Opening Hours: Closed till further notice Facebook 13. Pepper Lunch Image Credit: Pepper Lunch on Facebook Halal Status: Not yet Halal certified as of yet, but it might be Halal soon as it is said that they are in the process of making it Halal! Address: TBC Opening Hours: TBC Facebook | Instagram | Website Unrelated but... Check out The Halal Travel Podcast hosted by Hazirah, Nurul and Raudha as they talk candidly about travel, food, life and everything else in between and sometimes with awesome guests! Listen now! ...
Toa Payoh is one of the oldest neighborhoods here in Singapore. It was the first self-sufficient satellite town to be built by HDB. This means that residents need not travel out of town to shop, attend school or even source for entertainment. This is true even to this day – you can find almost everything in Toa Payoh! How to get to Toa Payoh? Toa Payoh is centrally located on the map of Singapore. It is accessible from any part of Singapore. There are buses from any part of Singapore that can bring you straight to Toa Payoh. Apart from buses, you can alight at Toa Payoh MRT Station or Braddell MRT Station to explore the neighborhood. What to do and see around Toa Payoh? Despite being an old neighborhood, Toa Payoh has its own charm. There are so many things that you can do and see here. You’ll be surprised by what’s in store for you in this neighborhood. Disclaimer: Singapore is currently in Phase 2 of the COVID-19 situation. Some of the activities/places mentioned might be affected in one way or another. 1. First stop, the Toa Payoh Bus Interchange Credit: Jack Lin on Unsplash Did you know that Toa Payoh Bus Interchange is the first air-conditioned bus interchange in Singapore? It is also integrated within the Toa Payoh HDB Hub and built just above Toa Payoh MRT Station. Not only is it convenient to commute from buses to train, it’s also convenient to make a stop at any retail outlets in the hub.If you’re planning to explore other parts of Toa Payoh, you can hop on any of the seven feeder services that will bring you around the neighborhood.Address: 530 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh, Singapore 310530 2. Shop 'til you drop at Toa Payoh Town Center Credit: User:Sengkang, Copyrighted free use, via Wikimedia Commons There is no known shopping center in Toa Payoh. But that doesn't mean that you can’t get everything you need. In fact, Toa Payoh was built based on the Neighborhood Principle, where several neighborhoods are grouped around a town center. This town center is the focal point for residents – a place for both entertainment and shopping needs.Arrays of shops can be found at Toa Payoh Town Center, ranging from merchandise and food, to entertainment. Walk down block after block of shops, and I'm pretty sure they’ll have just what you’re looking for.Address: Blocks 175 - 192, 460 - 530 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh Singapore 310175How to get there: Start your journey from Toa Payoh Bus Interchange. You will be able to see more shops along the stretch outside of the bus interchange. 3. Buy your favorite Old School Biscuits and Snacks at Nelly's Retro Snack Credit: Nelly's Retro Snacks Facebook Who doesn't love some retro biscuits and snacks? Nelly's Retro Snack store will transport you back to the 90s, where biscuits and snacks are stored in metal tin containers. Nestled in one of the blocks in Toa Payoh Town Center, you would probably be spoilt for choice while deciding on your all-time favorite.Disclaimers: Not all the snacks available are Halal, so do check for the Halal logo before making your purchase!Address: 178 Toa Payoh Central, Singapore 310178 4. Read some books at the Toa Payoh Public Library Credit: @amic21 on Instagram Back in 1973, Toa Payoh was the first town to host the Southeast Asian Peninsula Games. A three-story building in Toa Payoh serves as the quarter for the Secretariats and various sub-committees for the events. Today, this building has been converted to what is known to us as the Toa Payoh Public Library.Hop from one level to another and grab a book or two to read. You can also utilize the IT facilities like the photocopying machine and the computer if you need to print any documents too!If you are looking for Halal eateries around the area, head down to the first floor, and you’ll find Delifrance cafe. Alternatively, there is a McDonald's outlet just across.Address: 6 Toa Payoh Central, Singapore 319191 5. Various sports facilities await you at the Toa Payoh Sports Complex Credit: MyActiveSG Website The Toa Payoh Sports Complex is home to a stadium, a swimming complex and a sports hall. Back in 1973, during the Southeast Asian Peninsular Games, it was used as a competition venue and training grounds for the athletes. It has also hosted events like the Youth Olympic Games in 2010 and the Asian Swimming competition in 2006.Today, the facilities are open to the members of the public. The Toa Payoh stadium is frequently used for football matches. The Toa Payoh Swimming Complex (also within the premises) consists of 5 swimming pools, 3 of which are open for the public and suitable for adults and children likewise. The 2 other swimming pools are in a separate section, used for training by the national teams in water polo, diving and synchronized swimming.Address: 297A Lorong 6 Toa Payoh, Singapore 319389How to get there: If you are coming from the Toa Payoh Bus Interchange, exit towards Lorong 6. The sports complex is just next to Toa Payoh Town Park. 6. Relax and unwind at Toa Payoh Town Park Credit: @offbeatsingapore on Instagram Did you know that Toa Payoh Town Park has led the Housing and Development Board (HDB) to provide green spaces in other housing estates? The park is usually flooded with residents and visitors from other towns who go down to enjoy the landscapes and nature.Toa Payoh Town Park is known for its 25m observation tower. But unfortunately, it is now closed to the public and there have been no plans to reopen it. But fret not because there are so many other things that you can enjoy here. Stroll down the park and you can find a pond with a small waterfall. The park is picturesque enough, with several artificial islands linked by bridges, a large pavilion and rustic-looking gazebos where you can relax under the willow trees.Address: Lor 6 Toa PayohHow to get there: Toa Payoh Town Park is located at the junction of Lorong 2 and Lorong 6, just opposite of the Bus Interchange. 7. Witness the iconic Dragon Playground Credit: @adriandoestheworld on Instagram If you’re not aware, yes – the iconic Dragon Playground is in Toa Payoh!The three-dimensional dragon was HDB's second wave of playground design. The second wave designs include objects that are easily identified with the local culture. The first dragon playground was built in Toa Payoh Town Park. The original design was tweaked by the designer, Mr. Khor Ean Ghee, to what we can witness today. The terrazzo tiles create a mosaic aesthetic for the dragon’s head, while the body is made of colorful steel rings that children can climb through.The Toa Payoh Dragon Playground is one of the two remaining left. It still retains its original sand surface compared to the other in Ang Mo Kio, which has been covered with rubber mats.Address: 28 Lor 6 Toa Payoh, Singapore 310028How to get there: 10 minutes walk from Toa Payoh Bus Interchange. It can be easily spotted from SAFRA Toa Payoh as it is just across the street. 8. Perform your prayers at Masjid Muhajirin Source: Halaltrip Instagram Masjid Muhajirin is known to be the Islamic Hub of Singapore. It doesn't just consist of the mosque but also the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (MUIS) as well as a religious school, Madrasah Al-Irsyad Al-Islamiah.The construction of the original mosque started in 1975 and it was opened in 1977. Masjid Muhajirin was the first mosque to be built with the help of the Mosque Building Fund (MBF). The original mosque design featured an onion-shaped dome, with an influence of traditional Minangkabau design. The mosque was closed in 2006 and was reopened in 2009 to what we can visit today. The rebuilding was supported by the Mosque Building and Mendaki Fund (MBMF) as well as public donations. Ever since the beginning, Masjid Muhajirin has been known to be a significant marker of community effort in Singapore. This was reflected when it was being rebuilt for the second time too!Address: 275 Braddell Rd, Singapore 579704How to get there: Take bus services 73 or 88 from Toa Payoh Bus Interchange. If you are coming from Braddell MRT Station, take bus service 59. All these buses will stop at the bus stop of Masjid Muhajirin. It’s no denying that Toa Payoh is a self-sufficient satellite town. Not only can residents enjoy amenities near them, but with historical heritage value, it’s a town that all Singaporeans can be proud of!...
All images are taken from the respective Airbnb listings unless otherwise stated. If there’s one troublesome thing about planning a getaway abroad, it’s ensuring that you pick the right type of lodging, be it whether you’re travelling with friends or family. In case you’re arranging a trip to Taipei City, the one thing you would not need to stress over is lodging; Airbnb will give you plenty of choices to browse for your stay. Taipei has numerous fascinating Airbnbs and facilities that add an extra pizazz to showcase the typical Taipei lifestyle. Regardless of whether you are on a limited budget plan or on a luxurious vacation, they have numerous postings you can peruse. Airbnb hosts of Taipei make it their very own mission to guarantee that your stay in their condo or guesthouse is nothing short of a homely experience, and definitely give you a bang for your buck. Here are our top picks for the coolest Airbnb rentals in Taipei! 1. WZ-Casa Location - Wanhua District, Taipei, Taiwan | 5mins away from Ximen MRT Station Listing type - This apartment can accommodate 6 guests. It has 1 bedroom, 3 beds and 1 bath. Price - $70 per night Check in - After 4:00 PM | Check out - 12:00 PM Check out this Airbnb listing here. Are you somebody who adores a lodging with an extraordinary view? This is the Airbnb for you! The apartment has an interesting interior design that gives you a comfortable vibe of Taipei. All the city's significant attractions are a short MRT ride away from this listing, like the Shida Night Market, Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall and the Longshan Temple. Abutting the condo is the Ximending shopping region and a lot more convenience stores if you need to purchase any necessities. 2. New York @ Taipei Location - Wanhua District, Taipei, Taiwan | 5min away from Ximen MRT Station Listing type - Entire condominium can accommodate 6 guests. The studio consists of 3 beds and 1 bath. Price - $109 per night Check in - After 3:00 PM | Check out - 12:00 PM Check out this Airbnb listing here. Want to experience the New York lifestyle in Taipei? This spacious apartment will deliver just the right New York feels with its New York themed interior (from their bedspread to their throw pillows)! This apartment is in the heart of the Ximen Business District with accessible hotspots like cinemas, shopping centers, gourmet cafés and even the Ximen MRT Station. How much more convenient can it get? 3. N'5 @Taipei Location - Wanhua District, Taipei, Taiwan | 5min away from Ximen MRT Station Listing type - Entire condominium accommodates 6 guests. This lodging has 1 bedroom, 3 beds and 1 bath. Price - $111 per night Check in - After 3:00 PM | Check out - 12:00 PM Check out this Airbnb listing here. Create delightful memories of your Taipei adventure with your friends and family while putting yourself up at this state-of-the-art apartment. Loosen up at this up-to-date loft with an extraordinary eye-catching interior. On account of the condo’s huge windows, ventilation and lighting will be the least of your worries. This listing is fitted with three beds and has the capacity to fit up to six individuals. This conveniently located apartment is a 5-minute stroll away from the Ximen MRT Station. Buses are also easily accessible from the apartment – the routes cover a multitude of directions which makes it convenient for guests to explore the city. PS - The pricing is set for 4 guests. An additional individual will be charged $600NTD per night. 4. WZ-Casa Aurora Loft Location - Wanhua District, Taipei, Taiwan | 5min away from the Ximen MRT Station Listing type - Entire loft can host 6 guests. It has 1 bedroom, 3 beds and 1 bath. Price - $36 per night Check in - After 4:00 PM | Check out - 12:00 PM Check out this Airbnb listing here. This apartment is hands down one of the most exquisite and tourist-friendly apartments available in Taipei. Situated close to the Ximen MRT this posting has a loft bed that takes up the upper half segment of the room in order to make it cozier and more homely for the visitor. This aspect sets out this posting from the rest and gives you a completely extraordinary ambiance to the setting of this spot. The interior too contributes to the homely feeling that the accommodation provides such as the well-crafted ornaments placed around the loft. 5. The Cat House Location - Zhongshan District, Taipei, Taiwan | 3min away from Zhongshan Elementary School MRT Station Listing type - Entire apartment accommodates 5 guests. It has 1 bedroom, 2 beds and 1.5 baths. Price - $37 per night Check in - 3:00 PM - 2:00 AM | Check out - 12:00 PM Check out this Airbnb listing here. This listing is basically calls out to all the crazy cat lovers out there! Not only does the condo come furnished with amenities, it is also accompanied by 3 cute kitties! Chacha, Xiaohei and Miko will guarantee that your stay in this loft overflows with comfort and cat cuddles galore! If you wish to explore the area, the condo is simply a 3-minute stroll to the Zhongshan Elementary School MRT Station, and from that point, a considerable lot of Taipei's attractions are a couple of stops away. PS – Contact the apartment propertior for a discount! 6. KAWS Location - Taipei City, Taiwan | Ximen MRT Station Listing type - Entire loft can accommodate 3 guests. This studio consists of 2 beds and 1 bath. Price - $450 per night Check in - 8:00 AM - 2:00 AM | Check out - 12:00 PM Check out this Airbnb listing here. Gaining praise from countless guests who have stayed at this loft, the proprietor - Kenny is one of the most obliging and helpful of hosts. He will guarantee every one of your necessities and prerequisites are met throughought your whole stay. To take it to another degree of being obliging, Kenny additionally provides his visitors with a pocket Wi-Fi! Amenities-wise, if you are looking to entertain yourself, there is a cinema close by to the lodging. PS - The pricing is set for 2 guests. Every additional individual is an extra $500NTD every night. 7. “Morning! Dahu” Location - Neihu District, Taipei, Taiwan Listing type - Entire apartment accommodates 9 guests. There are 3 bedrooms, 4 beds and 1 bath. Price - $86 per night Check in - After 4:00 PM | Check out - 11:00 AM Check out this Airbnb listing here. If you're travelling with a large group and would like to have some privacy and let loose while being together, (not separated like how you would be if you opt for a hotel) this spot ticks all the boxes! Besides utilizing the condo as a base for notable attractions in Taipei, make sure you visit the Dahu Park Lake which is close by to the apartment. The subway (which is just 8 minutes from the apartment) is also an alternative option to use to roam around Taipei. 8. Unnamed 4-Pax Family Room Location - Wanhua District, Taipei, Taiwan | 1min away from Ximen MRT Station Listing type - Entire apartment can accommodate 4 guests. This studio has 2 beds and 1 bath. Price - $68 per night Check in - After 3:00 PM | Check out - 12:00 PM Check out the Airbnb listing here. This loft is ideal for a small family, or if you are visiting Taipei with your closest buddies. This brilliant and modern studio condo is in a building within walking distance of the Ximen area and is close to the Ximen MRT station, convenience stores and restaurants. Due to the convenient location of this apartment, a great deal of attractions are around the zone; The National Taiwan Museum and Taipei Cinema are some hotspots you can visit if you wish to wander out and explore. To ensure the security and wellbeing of their visitors, the proprietors volunteer to meet their visitors face to face during registration to get well acquainted and make them feel comfortable. To top it off, they even gift you complimentary welcome refreshments upon your arrival! 9. Taipei 101 Location - Xinyi District, Taipei, Taiwan | Near Taipei City Hall MRT Station Listing type - Entire house can host 2 guests. This listing has 1 bedroom, 1 bed and 1 bathroom. Price - $77 per night Check in - After 12:00 pm | Check out - 11:00 am Check out this Airbnb listing here. This modern listing is every explorer's dream house. It's situated a stone's throw away from numerous attractions. The house is near the shopping mall of Xinyi District, within walking distance to Hankyu, Noble Women's Department Store, Watsons, Cosmed and Wayshow Cinemas. It is a 7-minute stroll from the City Hall MRT and East District, and a 2-minute walk from Lane 30, Yongji Road, which is a road flooding with a variety of food indulgences. There's a bank and a park located close to the house as well. Are you all drooling yet? Check out The Halal Travel Podcast hosted by Hazirah, Nurul and Raudha as they talk candidly about travel, food, life and everything else in between and sometimes with awesome guests! Listen now! ...