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The Mercado dos Escravos is a Monument of Public Interest and is a must-visit for those interested in learning about Lagos’s dark past. Said to be the site of Europe’s first slave market, Mercado dos Escravos is where African slaves were captured and brought in 1444, and then sold to the highest bidders. The building seen today however goes back to 1691 and served as Customs House. Visitors will come across an art gallery; the Slave Market Museum, on the ground floor of the building which features items belonging to the slaves brought in, as well as a skeleton of one. Those visiting the building should also make it a point to see the statue of Henry the Navigator which is situated in the square outside the Old Customs House.    ...more

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The Mercado dos Escravos is a Monument of Public Interest and is a must-visit for those interested in learning about Lagos’s dark past. Said to be the site of Europe’s first slave market, Mercado dos Escravos is where African slaves were captured and brought in 1444, and then sold to the highest bidders. The building seen today however goes back to 1691 and served as Customs House. Visitors will come across an art gallery; the Slave Market Museum, on the ground floor of the building which features items belonging to the slaves brought in, as well as a skeleton of one. Those visiting the building should also make it a point to see the statue of Henry the Navigator which is situated in the square outside the Old Customs House.    

Ticket Price

1.50€

Opening Hour

Throughout the day

Recommended Visit Duration

Around 30 minutes or more

Suitable For

Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families

Must See

The confiscated possessions    

Prayer Facilities

Muslims visiting the Mercado dos Escravos will not be able to find prayer facilities at the attraction, nor will they be able to locate any mosques or Islamic Centers in the town of Lagos. Muslim visitors will therefore have to find a secluded place to offer their prayers, and if unable to, they will have to return to their hotel rooms at prayer times.

Halal Food

Visitors will be able to find numerous cafés and restaurants in the town of Lagos. While there are plenty of dining options, Muslim tourists will have to dine on suitable seafood and vegetarian dishes, as there are no known Halal restaurants in Lagos, and non-Halal ingredients are sure to be used at most restaurants.  

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  • Experience Halal Local Hospitality at Tinhat Boutique Hotel & Restaurant When You're In Davao City, Philippines

    The word Tinhat originates from Arabic which means greenfield in the desert where lovely desert flowers grow. Situated in Davao, Tinhat Boutique Hotel and Restaurant is granted as a boutique hotel with exceptional service and hospitality in Davao city. Flaunting a homely Filipino environment, furnished with complete amenities for visitors' solace, including wireless internet access, an air conditioner, ironing facilities, and an LCD television. Visitors can feast at the on-location eatery that serves an assortment of heavenly cooking styles. Offering quality convenience with inviting accommodation, Tinhat Boutique Hotel and Restaurant is a perfect spot to put yourself up when in Davao. Tinhat company, Inc. is a Philippine enrolled private hospitality enterprise working together under the name and style of Tinhat Boutique Hotel and Restaurant. It is a family partnership carefully watching the halal respectability and advancing the Muslim-accommodating society to the world's voyagers. It is an 18-room hotel structured and outfitted in a themed way to suit the individual taste of solace at a reasonable price. It has an on-location halal affirmed kitchen to cook for both Muslim and non-Muslim visitors for their dietary necessities and to guarantee that every single dietary prerequisite is given in the agreement to the Islamic faith. The slogan 'Home Sweeter Than Home' mirrors the Tinhat climate that is uncommonly not the same as the homogenous hotel condition, in fact, a home better than home for each visitor around the globe. The course in setting up Tinhat was fresh, sweet, and genial yet rich. "A Smile Brings Extra Mile in Business" and " Smile Is the Best Form of Charity" are the convictions grasped by the Tinhat organization. They accept that administration with a smile carries delight to each visitor who livened up their day while at Tinhat - the trademark of a genuine Filipino motion - that activity expresses more intense than words, the pride, and soul that stays in each heart of its employees. Halal Restaurant via GIPHY At Tinhat's ensured Halal restaurant, they guarantee that you will love their range of local halal treats. The Halal supply network is profoundly watched and privately sourced, hence, lessening carbon impressions that help the safeguarding of the Earth, endorsing local products for sustainable progress of local farmers and guaranteeing Halal trustworthiness. You can be guaranteed that Halal meals are served to visitors as they carefully execute the Halal Management System that Halal affirmation is profoundly seen which results in it being safe, healthy and sterile. Their persevering affirmed Halal equipped staff and astonishing youthful culinary experts will never frustrate you in giving immaculate millennial service and support. At Tinhat, they are constantly pleased to serve amazing halal meals and fresh fruit juices alongside service with a smile on their faces. Comfort via GIPHY Comfort is the number one need! At Tinhat, they ensure that each esteemed visitor is dealt with like a lord. They generally love to help with whatever you need, wish and require! Exceptionally customized service is the fundamental center of Tinhat, checking-in quickly and being accompanied to your room is an unquestionable requirement ensuring that you will have a stress-free remain. Further to that, their familial association with the staff guaranteeing their joy at work to be able to deliver and serve worthy service to visitors talk volume of their reputation and a good name in the hospitality sector for more than 12 years now. A cheerful worker makes a glad visitor! A sanctuary of Davao's excellent city. What Makes Tinhat Boutique Hotel and Restaurant So Halal-friendly? via GIPHY The vision of Tinhat is to aim to be the main choice of halal voyagers. Furthermore, their central goal is to keep up its reputation for being a Muslim-accommodating foundation while providing Islamic amenities to the halal voyagers all together not to compromise their confidence and faith of the Islamic lifestyle while on vacation. They additionally give a one-of-a-kind setting to inspire and impress their esteemed visitors to its rich settlement which is moderately priced, customized with faultless administration and fundamental luxuries. A portion of the amenities being: All F&B in the Hotel is Halal Halal banquets can be arranged on request Halal breakfast Halal ensured kitchen Eatery guaranteed halal by the administration All food, beverages, and snacks in the room or minibar are Halal Prayer direction denoted in room Prayer mats can be given on request List of adjacent mosques can be given on request Male and female prayer rooms can be made accessible on request Prayer time table accessible at the front desk/reception Halal iftar can be organized Arrangements can be made for visitors to be taken to the nearby mosque for Tarawih prayers Halal pre-dawn meal can be arranged on request The hotel will arrange visits to be taken to the nearby mosque for Eid prayers Room toilets have bidets Fundamental need-to-knows about the hotel: Free of charge for kids below 12 years old if they are sharing with an adult. (Additional charge for extra bed required) Keep your booking affirmation email or voucher with your identification card or passport in hand upon check-in. Ala carte breakfast is served each morning between 7 am-10 am. If you are entitled to free breakfast, you will need to present your voucher to the restaurant staff. You can get your morning meal conveyed to your room with a minimal expense by dialing '106'. Concierge is accessible all day, every day for any issues, for example, transport arrangements, restaurant bookings and so forth. You can either visit the Concierge or dial '0' from the comfort of your room. The Philippine standard voltage is 220v. Universal sockets are accessible in the room. On the off chance that it isn't incongruity with your appliance, you can contact reception and request for another adapted with a minimal deposit fee. All rooms are provided with the direction and details of the Qibla and prayer timings to ensure the status of being a Muslim-friendly hotel No pork or liquor will be permitted inside hotel premises to keep up the Halal norms of the hotel. Durian and mangosteen are not allowed for consumption in the hotel due to the overpowering smell and in case of stains, which would be difficult to eradicate. Visitors can eat these types of fruits in the terrace area. The hotel does not provide a laundry service. All rooms and public areas are installed with free WI-FI internet access. Smoking and vaping is punishable by law and is not allowed in the hotel. List of nearby mosques: Mercy Islamic Foundation Mosque: 0.5km away from the hotel Davao City Islamic Center Mosque: 0.55km away from the hotel Mini-Forest Blvd. Grand Mosque: 1.3km away from the hotel Eco land Mosque: 3.5km away from the hotel   Top 10 Places Nearby Tinhat Boutique Hotel & Restaurant 1. 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An additional fee of Php 300 per hour will have to be incurred if it surpasses the allocated hours limit. Please try to remain cautious about the no-smoking mandate in Davao City. According to the government's declaration;The no-smoking law forbids smoking of any tobacco item including e-cigarettes, shishas and so forth, in all locations and entertainments foundations, work environments, encased open spots, somewhat encased open locations, public buildings, open outside spaces and every open public space, government-owned vehicles and other different methods of public transport inside the regional purview of Davao City (Ordinance No. 0367-12).                     Address: Artiaga Street, Davao City, Davao del Norte 8000, PhilippinesCheck-In: 2PMCheck Out: 12PMTravel Time From Airport: 20mins (Airport Transfer: Php 500)Nearest ATM: 360m Website ...

  • A Muslim's Guide to the Africa Beach Soccer Cup of Nations 2016

    This Muslim Guide to the Africa Beach Soccer Cup of Nations 2016 has been put together by HalalTrip for Muslim soccer fans who are traveling to catch the excitement at the Africa Beach Soccer Cup of Nations 2016 that will be held in Lagos, Nigeria.   About the Event   Africa Beach Soccer Cup of Nations will be taking place from 13th to the 18th December 2016 at EKO Atlantic City. Those visiting the event will get to see eight teams compete against each other in fierce competition where the winner is ultimately declared the best beach soccer nation in Africa. The two finalists of the tournament will also get to participate in the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup 2017 that will be held in the Bahamas, as the Africa Beach Soccer Cup of Nations is also a qualifying tournament.    The first four editions of Africa Beach Soccer Cup of Nations was held in Durban, South Africa with the following two editions being held in Casablanca and El Jadida in Morocco and the next one in Roche Caiman in Seychelles. This is the first time Nigeria will be hosting the African Beach Soccer Cup of Nations.     The 8 Participating Nations   Traveling to Africa Beach Soccer Cup of Nations is a great experience for soccer fans – where some skilled players with plenty of talent on the field can be seen.  The eight countries that are participating this year are:   - Egypt - Ghana - Ivory Coast - Libya - Madagascar - Morocco - Nigeria (host country) - Senegal   A Brief History of Africa Beach Soccer Cup of Nations   The championship was first established in 2006 and has been taking place every two years - like the Beach Soccer World Cup. Currently Senegal is the most successful team by being three-time champions - and this year’s host, Nigeria have also been two-time champions. Madagascar and Senegal were last year’s finalists who qualified to play for the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup 2015 that was held in Portugal - where Madagascar became the champions. Traveling to Africa Beach Soccer Cup of Nations is where you will get a chance to see some of the best beach soccer teams in Africa play.   Muslim-friendly facilities at EKO Atlantic    Halal Food: Finding Halal food in Lagos will not be that hard since Nigeria has one the highest Muslim populations in West Africa. While there might not be  Halal food at EKO Atlantic, there are small number of Halal restaurants in Lagos close to the venue– such as  Sherlaton Indian Restaurant which is about 2km away and  Viceroy Restaurant about 3km.   Halal Restaurants: The Lagoon Restaurant is also 4km from the venue with the Veggie Victory being 5 km away. Muslims visiting 2016 Africa Beach Soccer Cup of Nations can also ask restaurant staff if Halal food is being served at the restaurant. If not, you can select vegetarian or seafood options that are available to be safe.    Mosques: While there are no specific prayer facilities at EKO Atlantic, there are a few mosques in Lagos that are close to the venue such as the Lekki Central Mosque that is 12 km away and the Syrian Mosque located at least 7km away.  Muslim travelers traveling to 2016 Africa Beach Soccer Cup of Nations can also get more information about Halal food in Lagos and Halal restaurants in Lagos from the local Muslims as and the local mosques.      Click here for more Muslim-friendly guides for other sporting events around the world!     ...

  • Day 2 in the Philippines with Aizat – Exploring Davao and Samal Island

    ASSALAMUALAIKUM. I felt so sleepy today so I just skipped my breakfast and of course I was so ready for our lunch since they told me that we would eat good food today. And that was one of the reasons why I skipped my breakfast today (kidding!). We started our day today at Museo Dabawenyo. Museo Dabawenyo - also known as “Museum of the people of Davao” - is one of two best known museums in Davao. So it is one of the main attractions here since most locals and foreigners come here to see a glimpse of Davao's past. And I was so excited so I admit that I really fell in love with the place since I really wanted to study and do some research about the past because it was also related to what I’m taking now (I mean related to my studies). My professor would be so proud of me – in my dreams! Museo Dabawenyo is just meters away from the Andres Bonifacio Rotuna and Osmena Park if I’m not mistaken. But trust me, I did some research before we went to this museum last afternoon. But guys, don’t worry because you can just ask the people around here. This is a famous museum and of course they know about the place well. But…I’m not the kind of person who can easily remember some things - especially places. Bye! People were actually not allowed to take pictures inside the museum but alhamdulillah they gave us permission to take some pictures inside, but not too much. To me it was really okay because it was such an honour to get a chance to take pictures inside. Thank you to the Museo Dabawenyo team and of course to HalalTrip team for this opportunity. Hey it’s me! – Please say hello from the other side. Our second destination was at the Philippine Eagle Center. Guess what they have inside? Of course eagles (please get an eye check-up if you have a problem guessing what they have inside) – see the place name laaa! The Philippine Eagle Center is located at the foothills of Mt. Apo in Malagos. But the best part of this place was that they not only had eagles there, but other birds, mammals and reptiles as well. Pretty cool right? If you want a tour guide, just ask for them at the front counter and they will help you of course! The picture that was been taken was really cool and I’m so excited to upload it, honestly. I didn't expect the picture to have been taken like this. So cool! Honestly this was the best part and my favourite part where my picture came out like this (crying blood because it’s really really cool!). And of course we were so hungry and we couldn’t wait to sit down to a nice meal. Thank you to Koi Café for our lunch. The most excited person to eat of course was the person named “Aizat Abd”, that’s not me. We were so ready to eat! Don’t stare at this food too long or it will steal your soul. We ate so much here probably because we skipped our breakfast (not really skipped because we went for breakfast while we waited for Puteri). Or maybe because we felt hungry, hungry and hungry again? If you have the right table, you can watch the food being made in the kitchen. Grilled chicken. Looks so tempting right? Grilled tuna – I took only a little bit of it because I ate too much tuna yesterday. I only ate the grapes and forgot to take other desserts. My favourite was the churros because we could eat it with melted chocolate. Extremely satisfying! Well, keep that in mind. After the meal, we went to our next destination which was Samal Island. But before that, we went to the mosque to perform a prayer. There were so many beautiful mosques founded here. This was one of the most beautiful mosques here. Our last destination today, Samal Island! This island was really awesome and so beautiful. Can I live here forever with my family, and…future wife maybe? (I feel so shy huhuhuhu). You can get to Samal Island by a boat and it takes around 40 minutes. The water is really calm and so clear! I wished a mermaid would suddenly appear here, but it just didn't happen - sad. The view is pretty cool right? That is why I want to live at this place forever. Away from the busy world, away from my work (especially my academic research). These were our rooms. The rooms and common areas were both beautiful and comfortable. It was not just beautiful, it was amazing because it was above the sea water and we could see the clear sea water directly when we went out from our room. Thank you to Pearl Farm BeachResort! Our rooms were just a bit of a longer walk to the main areas but I didn’t mind because you could call for a shuttle service here anytime you wanted, to anywhere you wanted to go - only around this resort. Everything was just perfect; the pool was beautiful too. Overall we loved, loved and loved our stay here. The main highlight for the day - we were given a special dinner and a surprise! The entire event here was made just for us at the resort's special beach area. Along with the entire tour group, we got to taste the delicious and special menu here. So check out the pictures below to see what they all had to say about it. I do love if everybody dragged their family and friends here to try this food and to enjoy it like I did (I ate a lot, especially the shrimp). This is only for me and I finished it all. This is a special mango juice because they planted mango trees here. This means that they have their own mango farm just so that they can make fresh mango juice and serve mangoes to their guest everyday. And guess what? I want to cry again (such a cry baby!). At the end of our dinner, we got to see a special fire performance. All of them were playing with fire and dancing. Crazy, right? I was not buying it because I might have died and turned out to be a grilled human. But yes, it was crazy good and I felt amazed by the entire performance. I had never imagined that I would get to see such a performance live. For those who want to see the performance, you can view it on my Instagram (@skullsulivan) and cry with me. Honestly, Samal Island is full of surprises and I’m so touched! Can’t wait for tomorrow. Goodnight! . Click on my timeline for more updates from my journey: https://www.halaltrip.com/user/timeline/44924/   . ...

  • Day 2 in the Philippines with Puteri – Exploring Davao and Samal Island

    Hello again with me in Day 2! Me and the group started our morning by visiting Museo Dabawenyo, a must-visit place for everyone wanting to know more about the history of Davao City. I love this place. There is so much information that we can get from here such as the culture of Davao citizens. We also found out that the water in Davao is the 2nd cleanest water in the world after New Zealand and Davao received an award for being one of the safest cities in the world. A funny and unique fact at the museum was a woman statue who citizens believed that touching it would give them children in their marriage. After we were done with the museum, we went to the Philippines Eagle Foundation - a park-forest for all kinds of eagles. The main rule of visiting the place was that we needed to be silent since the eagles didn't like noise. Their wings were sooo pretty so I couldn't see the difference between which one was male or female. Hehe. Then I asked my guide and he said the one with the bigger body (which seems to be muscle) was the male. I asked again where all the females were since all eagles that I saw were male. He answered that all the females were pregnant now and so they were moved to a more silent and safe area. It was great to know how eagles lived in real life, like how the females got pregnant, the types of food that eagles eat, etc. The best thing that we got from this visit was that we met a humble, smiling man who could communicate with those eagles. Because of him we could take a photo with the eagles at a close distance. Thank you Sir! :) After playing around with the eagles, we headed to Malagos to have some cheese & chocolate tasting and had lunch too since it was already lunch time. Don't worry, it was all Halal. After we were done with our lunch, we went to find a mosque to take Salat. Sadly, we couldn't find a mosque at the village so we went straight back to the city. We then finally we found a mosque inside the Islamic Centre of Davao. Unfortunately there was no praying dress here so I picked socks to cover my feet up. It was 35 degrees here so I needed to wear clothes of a good fabric that provided a cold effect, like this batik asymmetric tunic. The time was already 3 o'clock so we headed to the Pearl Farm Resort - a very beautiful resort in Samal Island. We had a pretty sunset on board as well. Oh what a view! When we arrived at the resort, I was amazed by the resort itself. How they managed one area from another area was pretty cool because it brought a comfortable feeling to all guests. After having checked in our luggage, the guide brought us to a beautiful area for dinner. Seriously, I didn't know what to say about my dinner since it was so great and yumm yumm! I could eat four plates and still not feel full. Haha. After eating like a zombie, the guide let us try the famous mango juice. And we were like "Yaa Rabb, why this mango juice soo good?!" Hehe. Trust me guys, it wasn't sticky like other mango juice out there. Then a surprise arrived. The fire dancers! Oh I loved this performance. Having a dinner in the middle of the island with fire dancers in front us was a really nice experience. We really enjoyed the night. And we closed the day's activities with some plate of raw mango. Oh what a fun day! I'm happy! I'll see you guys on Day 3. Wassalamu'alaikum Wr. Wb. . Click on my timeline for more updates from my journey: https://www.halaltrip.com/user/timeline/44936/utiee/   . ....



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