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Multan International Airport - which is also known as the Muhammad Bin Qasim International Airport - is located in Multan.

Multan, Pakistan

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Multan International Airport - which is also known as the Muhammad Bin Qasim International Airport - is located in Multan.

Address

Rashid Road, Multan, Punjab 60000, Pakistan

Phone

+92 61 9200640

Terminals

Multan International Airport’s main terminal offers high standards of service and facilities to travelers to relax after a journey. Procedures at the terminal center are fast and efficient. 

Prayer Facilities

For prayer needs, Multan International Airport provides an Islamic prayer room and mosque facilities for Muslim ladies and gentlemen. The room is appropriately arranged for Muslim passengers.  

Halal Food

Halal friendly, alcohol-free food at Multan International Airport will be readily available. Several food courts are available at Multan International Airport, giving passengers several options such as restaurants, cafes and fast-food outlets. 

Transport

Numerous transport options are available around the Multan International Airport at affordable prices. Travelers can easily get into a bus or pick-up a car or taxi which can be taken from the area. Taxis are a popular - and also cheap - method of transport. 

Shopping

There are plenty of shops at Multan International Airport to buy goods. Passengers may purchase the best products here.

Amenities

Plenty of facilities are available within the Multan International Airport including banking facilities, public telephones, cafes, restaurants, staff assistance, ATMs, luggage facilities and internet access.

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  • Five Female-Only Beach Getaways Every Girl Need

    The time has come, ladies! Say hello to sun tanning by the beach, lounging by the pools, going for a good workout at the gym and winding down at the spa. And did we mention the endless outdoor activities and Halal cuisine all in one place? via GIPHY These female-only beach getaways were simply a dream back in those days. Today, women from all backgrounds, hijabi or not, can now experience being in their element in these female-only resorts and islands. In recent years, the travel industry has catered to the needs and wants of family travelers, solo travelers, and couples and now the time has arrived to cater to the new and upcoming market of women travelers. Image Credit: Nicola Fioravanti on Unsplash This is exceptionally exciting for Muslim women who cover and practice modesty the Islamic way. Time to get rid of those nasty hijab tan-lines and let the golden tan spread all over. Female only tourism will allow women to finally experience getaways in a way that could only dream of doing. From mental health, physical health and pure delight, here are 5 Reasons Why You Need To Give Yourself A Good Ol' Beach Getaway. 1. Soak In All That Vitamin D Image Credit: Jordan Wozniak on Unsplash Booking an all ladies experience can be a great time to allow your body to fuel up on Vitamin D. Letting your hair down and tanning in the sun can allow you to get that much needed Vitamin D which maintains the internal and external health of our bodies, from our bones, nervous system, lung system and so much more. 2. Be The Productive You Image Credit: Jacob Postuma on Unsplash We often forget the importance of relaxation, but practicing mindfulness, meditation and relaxation can be great benefits to our mental and physical health. Our busy lives filled with family, work, and responsibility will often strain our bodies and it’s not too long until our bodies start to ache and pain as a way to tell us to slow down, breathe and relax. It is healthier and more productive to relax and enjoy some me-time before you get to that critical stage. 3. Appreciating Others Image Credit: Ifrah Akhter on Unsplash Whether you are traveling with your family, friends or even just your little-self. It is undeniable that this new type of experience will be liberating. It would allow you to bond with sisters all around the world, whilst simultaneously absorbing in some sun, sea, and satisfaction. You can connect with those around you in a different way, without worrying too much about daily life concerns. 4. Invest In The Growing Market Image Credit: Christian Lambert on Unsplash Although, these types of holiday experiences are just starting to appear in the travel market. Muslim ladies showing their interest and appreciation of these types of resorts, spas, hotels, and all-ladies experiences, will allow more to appear all over the world, making them more affordable and accessible for the future. 5. Health Is Wealth Image Credit: Tim Goedhart on Unsplash You may have thought that this experience is a privilege or a splurge but these reasons have shown you why women need to experience halal female-only holidaying. Not only is it healthy for your mind, body, and soul but it’s great fun! It is important to remember this is a relatively new opening in the market and its popularity can only mean we will be blessed with many more options in the future. With that, we have a few recommendations for your next Halal beach getaway! Turkey Angel Marmaris Resort Image Credit: Angel Marmaris It’s not always guaranteed that resorts can offer a strip of beach for women only, often resorts focus on swimming pool and spa experiences. 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  • Eat With Purpose This Ramadan

    Ramadan - a time when Muslims fast from dawn to dusk every single day of the month. It is the time in which Muslims try their best to get close to Allah SWT. Concurrently, this blessed month serves as a great opportunity for individuals to strengthen their bonds with each other as they enjoy their iftar (breaking fast) and suhoor (before Subuh prayer) meals together. Having said that, here are six food items that I would recommend you to eat during Ramadan not only because they are nutritious, but also because they are Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W)’s favorites! Eating what the Prophet (S.A.W) loves is sunnah and thus, eating the following will undoubtedly give you great rewards in this earth and/or the hereafter.   1) Barley Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) said that barley in soup form is good for treating fevers. This is true because barley consists of a range of vitamins, minerals and other plant compounds which can help strenghten your immune system.Additionally, its high fiber count will serve to reduce your feelings of hunger, thus leading to weight loss.Next, eating barley can also lower cholesterol levels because it contains 'beta-glucans' which reduce bad LDL cholesterol. Lastly, another benefit of consuming barley is that it can save you from the risk of diabetes. Due to its rich magnesium content, barley will lower your blood sugar levels and improve your insulin secretion at the same time!    2) Dates The Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) loved dates. He once said that a house without dates has no food. Indeed, dates are very nutritious. Dates are rich in fiber and so, it can benefit your digestive health and control your blood sugar levels!What's more, dates are very sweet due to its high fructose level, which is a natural type of sugar in fruits. Henceforth, all the nutrients, antioxidants and fiber found in dates make this dried fruit a far better choice than granulated white sugar if you are looking for a natural sweetener.   3) Figs Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) once said that figs are fruits from paradise. Figs are sweet and have a unique texture. They are often the main ingredient used in cookie and fig bars. Their flesh is chewy, their skin is smooth and their seed is very crunchy.Moreover, Figs are extremely nutritious as they are rich in natural sugars, soluble fibers, minerals, calcium and magnesium. What do all these nutrients mean? Well, its high fiber content can give you feelings of fullness as it simultaneously reduces your hunger and cravings. 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Another research said that eating 1 pound of grapes per day for two weeks can lower markers of colon cancer risk. So load up on grapes the next time you go groccery shopping at the supermarket!   5) Honey Did you know that honey can be used as medicine? Especially when it is mixed with hot water, it becomes the best remedy for diarrhea!It is also no secret that honey contains many other beneficial plant compounds. Researchers believe that honey has an antioxidant power, which has proven to reduce the risks of heart attacks, cancer, strokes and high blood pressure.Interestingly, ever since the era of ancient Egypt, honey is believed to have the power to heal wounds and burns. It can be also used to treat diabetic foot ulcers, which are known to lead to foot amputation. According to various kinds of research, the healing powers of honey comes from its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.   6) Melon The Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) loved melon. And melon contains a high content of carotenoids - an element which is essential to prevent cancer and lower the risk of lung cancer. If consumed regularly, melon can kill cancer seeds in your body. In addition, melon can protect you from stroke or heart disease because it is rich in anticoagulant, which will smoothen the blood in the body. Melon is also a good food choice if you're looking to lose weight because it is low in calories and does not contain any fat or cholesterol. Finally, if you have bad skin, melons can also improve your skin because it contains natural collagen. Its Vitamin A, B, and C can tone your skin too. Especially for those who have dry and rough skin, you can add eating melon to your skincare routine! ...

  • Be Mesmerised By Creatures Of The Water At These 5 Aquariums Around The World

    If you're a fan of the Planet Earth series or even Finding Nemo, chances are you wouldn't want to miss an opportunity to see marine creatures that are full of mysteries and simultaneously a delight to the eyes. Now, not all of us can board a submarine and explore the deepest and darkest parts of the ocean. But fret not! The marine world is about to unravel its hidden mysteries in front of your very eyes. Here are 5 aquariums you will definitely have to check out at least once in your life. 5 must-see attractions at Disney Sea Japan 1. Shanghai Ocean Aquarium Picture: Crossley Architects Get ready to be submerged (literally) in one of the largest aquariums in allof  Asia. Bearing a 509 feet long underwater tunnel, Shanghai Ocean Aquarium has the longest underwater tunnel in the world. With such an incredible length, be prepared to see the hidden gems of the ocean right above your head as you walk through the tunnel. You will definitely be mesmerized by the shoals of fish gracefully swirling in the water or maybe be thrilled by the sight of sharks roaming around, waiting to attack their prey. Address: No. 1388 Lujiazui Ring Road, Pudong New Area, Shanghai , ChinaOperating Hour: 9AM-6PM                              9AM-9PM (During Chinese New Year and Summer Holidays)  2. L'Oceanografic Picture: Wikipedia A true leap into the future! With its sophisticated and modern design, L'Oceanografic is anything but ordinary. This massive glass building located in the City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia happens to be the largest tank of all Europe. With more than 45,000 species of marine life sheltered and bred under one roof, L'Oceanografic is a place that will leave youngsters as well as the elderlies breathless. Be prepared to find bottle-nose dolphins swerving in groups and flame jelly-fish slowly making their way through the water. Behold Beluga lovers! You'll be under the binding spell of Kylu, the cute baby beluga whale. Address: Carrer d'Eduardo Primo Yúfera, 1, 46013 Valencia, SpainOperating Hour: 10AM-6PMWebsite: OceanoGrafic.org 3. Dubai Mall Aquarium Dubai is like a dream come true. Well, it's also a place where the world's largest acrylic panel exists! With more than 33,000 marine creatures, Dubai Mall Aquarium is a feast for the eyes. Among the many species found in this colossal aquarium, over 400 sharks and rays can be seen swimming around. Be ready to get amazed by the King Croc, the fiercest reptile known. Let your imagination run wild as you explore the depths of the sea. Address: Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo, The Dubai Mall, Doha Street                 Off 1st Interchange - Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai, U.A.EOperating Hour: 10AM-12AMWebsite: TheDubaiAquarium 4. Aquarium of Western Australia Picture: IFlyFirstClass This 130 ft long aquarium based in the coastal suburb of Australia is a must try for the Adventure seekers. With a number of species protected and bred in its aquarium, the Aquarium of Western Australia will be sure to impress you with its colorful corals, shoals of clownfish, cuttlefish and beautiful sharks. Those who want to experience the marine life at its best can get into the deep waters for an additional fee and take a closer look at sharks and rays by joining the aquarium dive master. Address: 91 Southside Drive, Hillarys 6025Operating Hour: 10AM-5PMWebsite: Aqwa 5. Georgia Aquarium Picture: CrawfordCountyedc.org Last but not least, the largest aquarium in the entire planet, the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta! This colossal aquarium is the only place in the West to house the whale sharks. Home to 100,000 sea creatures, the Georgia Aquarium is a world of fantasy where your eyes will feast on the beauties of the sea. Get ready to embark on a roller coaster of emotions and hues and blues while you lose yourself into the marine life. Address: 225 Baker St NW, Atlanta, GA 30313, USAOperating Hour: 10AM-9PMWebsite: GeorgiaAquarium Let your inner Nemo out and explore the depths of the oceans inside those jaw-dropping aquariums, full of life and mystery. Let your eyes feast over the most beautiful of sea creatures. Watch the waters swirl and dance and let your imaginations flow. Read our Halal Travel Blogs...

  • Important Do's and Don'ts When Performing Hajj

    The Performing of Hajj does not mean rushing through the process. Quality of your prayers is more accountable than the quantity. That's one of the common mistakes people make during Hajj. There are more errors people make consciously or unconsciously. We should avoid what's forbidden and always do things that are pleasing in the eyes of Allah (SWAT). If you follow the few points of the do's and don'ts of Hajj, it can make your journey acceptable, easy and comfortable.     Picture Credit - www.thedailycrisp.com 1) One of the most common mistakes women make is rushing through Hajj. Remember that Allah will look at the quality of your worship, NOT your quantity. And that’s why our deeds will be weighed on the Day of Judgment and not counted. Isn't it better to have beautifully performed Prayers and Duas rather than having it botched in a greater quantity? Pray with all of your heart and soul and please Allah (SWAT).     Picture Credit - www.wsimag.com   2) Hajj should be performed for Allah (SWAT) and to please him. It should not be for showing off or for a reputation. Many people make this mistake but what they don't realize is, if their intentions of praying are not towards pleasing Allah (SWAT), their prayers will not be accepted. Allah (SWAT) said in Hadith Qudsi "I am the most self-sufficient of partners needing no partnership. If one does a deed for me and another simultaneously, I abandon him and his partnership."     Picture Credit - www.islamicsom.org 3) Hajj should be performed according to the way taught by Allah (SWAT)'s Messenger (PBUH). Therefore we advise and implore our brothers and sisters who intend to perform Hajj not to travel until they have learned how the Prophet (SAW) (PBUH) did it so that they can comply with the order of Allah (SWAT).     Picture Credit - www.sparhawks.info 4) Learn what is forbidden while in Ihram. Understand the difference between completely forbidden and Makrooh. Differentiate between facts and myths. If Allah (SWAT) has made an exception, make use of it. Don't make anything harder than necessary. This was the way of Prophet (SAW) (PBUH).     Picture Credit - www.linkedin.com 5) Be very patient, you will be tested to your limits. Don't lose your temper by getting impatient and angry about the little things. Allah (SWAT) is watching you every day and He will see how you handle yourself in every situation. Your wait is part of the journey and your patience will be rewarded in the end.     Picture Credit - www.sheknows.com 6) A dry cough and bad throat are common during Hajj. Your fingers tend to carry germs into your body. To minimise this risk, avoid touching your eyes, nose, mouth, and face in general when you leave. While doing Sajdah, make sure to put a small piece of cloth on the floor to put your face on it.     Picture Credit - www.hindustantimes.com 7) Women think the only people who can cut their hair after completing their rituals is someone who has exited Ihram. And they refuse to cut their own hair or let another sister who has not yet exited Ihram to cut their hair, thinking that it's not allowed. But actually, you are supposed to cut your own hair when you finish with all the rituals. The Prophet (SAW) (PBUH) said: "Let him cut his (meaning, his own) hair then exit Ihram" (Al-Bukhari, Muslim).   When you think about it, there are many little things that people make mistakes - whether consciously or not. We should do our best to avoid these simple mistakes. If you don't know something, ask someone who does. People would not hesitate to help you out. You should always take every advice into account. If you are still unsure and hesitant, seek help from the Moulawi in charge of your group. There is no shortage of people to help, you only need to ask. Make your trip more productive than the last or if it's your first trip, make use of the tips given above. ...

  • Ibn Batutta enters Delhi and is appointed as Qadi

    During the time of Ibn Batutta, all visitors to Delhi coming from North,will have to undergo a routine check-up and wait at Multan till the Sultan from Delhi summoned them. At the time Delhi was under the rule of the Tughlaq Dynasty with Muhammad bin Tughluq as the Sultan. Ibn Battuta stayed on in the city for over two months. After a long wait Ibn Battuta finally met the sultan and was appointed the Qadi by the Sultan. He spent several years in Delhi performing his functions as the Qadi....



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