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A trip to New York is not complete without a visit to the New York City neighborhood of Coney Island. Situated in the southwestern part of the borough of Brooklyn, Coney Island is an entertainment destination that offers something for the entire family. It offers numerous amusement rides as well as a sandy beach and boardwalk, courts for beach volleyball, handball, and basketball, play areas for kids, the Coney Island Museum, the New York Aquarium, Deno's Wonder Wheel Park and so much more. Before WWII, Coney Island was the most popular amusement park in the country. It was then neglected for decades but has now been restored and improved. Visitors will find numerous fun things to do and see while at Coney Island’s famous Luna Park. The amusement park features a variety of rides that are suitable for all ages and is therefore a must-visit when in Coney Island. The Coney Island Cyclone is one of the park’s top attractions. This legendary coaster should therefore be on every visitor’s itinerary. ...more

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A trip to New York is not complete without a visit to the New York City neighborhood of Coney Island. Situated in the southwestern part of the borough of Brooklyn, Coney Island is an entertainment destination that offers something for the entire family. It offers numerous amusement rides as well as a sandy beach and boardwalk, courts for beach volleyball, handball, and basketball, play areas for kids, the Coney Island Museum, the New York Aquarium, Deno's Wonder Wheel Park and so much more. Before WWII, Coney Island was the most popular amusement park in the country. It was then neglected for decades but has now been restored and improved. Visitors will find numerous fun things to do and see while at Coney Island’s famous Luna Park. The amusement park features a variety of rides that are suitable for all ages and is therefore a must-visit when in Coney Island. The Coney Island Cyclone is one of the park’s top attractions. This legendary coaster should therefore be on every visitor’s itinerary. 

Ticket Price

Free but the numerous attractions found here will have entrance fees

Opening Hour

It is open only seasonally, from about April to beginning September: 6am-1am

Recommended Visit Duration

Around 3 hours or more

Suitable For

Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children

Must See

Luna Park, the boardwalk, the Coney Island Museum and the New York Aquarium

Prayer Facilities

Muslims visiting Coney Island will not be able to find prayer facilities. They may however be able to find a quiet and clean place on the beach or boardwalk to offer their prayers, unless it is peak season. Muslim tourists could also visit one of the many mosques in Brooklyn, such as the Thayba Islamic Center and Masjid Ummul Qura; which are located on Coney Island Avenue. 

Halal Food

Coney Island is known for offering a wide selection of dining options to suit all tastes and budgets. Muslim tourists will certainly be able to find suitable vegetarian and seafood dishes while here. They can also dine at one of the many Halal restaurants in Brooklyn, such as Pak Nasheman, Sultan Grill and Pakiza.

  • Art Junkies, Boy Do We Have Good News For You!

    Are you a travel junkie with the soul of an art lover? Then this list of top ten art destinations is curated just for you!Fulfill your travel and art dreams by planning a trip to an art destination which can offer the best of both worlds. If you love contemporary art, modern art or a classical art, this list has got you covered so keep reading!   1. Paris, France Credit: Pexels Home to the most famous art museums and galleries like the Louvre Museum, this city is a must-visit for any art enthusiast. The Louvre has been romanticised by the likes of Kanye to Lorde to countless films and documentaries, so why not be a part of its pop culture history? It houses the world famous Mona Lisa by the Master Leonardo Da Vinci as well as other masterpieces. The Louvre was once a royal fortress and was turned into a Museum in the 1700s and now, it displays around 35,000 art pieces. Be sure to drop by the Musée d’Orsay, it has the largest collection of Impressionist and Post-impressionist art in the world. The Museum has been showcasing art since the 1800s and houses works by prominent French artists such as Van Gogh, Cézanne and many more. If you are more of a Contemporary arts patron, check out the Modus Art Gallery, Yvon Lambert, Galerie Xippas, and La Maison Rouge. If you are looking for a more authentic experience, minus the queues and tickets head over to Bellville neighbourhood which is home to a collection of street art and graffiti.   2. Berlin, Germany Credit: Pexels A city with a controversial political history, this city is now one of the most popular art destinations in the world! Home to the longest open-air street art gallery in the world - the Berlin Wall. A part of it can be found in the Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg district. The city is an ever-changing landscape with urban buildings co-existing with Gothic architecture. Berlin is intriguing, unique and will leave you with a sense of giddy wonder and excitement. The city’s busiest spot is the East Side Gallery, which is 1000 metres of kaleidoscopic murals. However, if you want to avoid the more touristy areas, it is not difficult to find world-class street art around the city. Every neighbourhood has its own unique art identity and you can find art adorning every wall, door, and roof, a great place to start would be at Kreuzberg. Street art is a crucial part of its history and a great example of how it is not condemned and has managed to persevere and survive in one of the world’s most famous cities. If you are looking for a more museum or gallery art setting, look no further than Museuminsel or Museum Island – and it lives up to its namesake. A whole island situated in the centre of the city is dedicated to art galleries and museums. It is home to five world-renowned museums. The Alte Nationalgalerie houses works by greats like Monet, Renoir and Manet. The Neues Museum showcases Egyptian art, while the Altes Museum is home to the largest collection of Etruscan art outside of Italy!   3. New York City, USA Credit: @metmuseum on Instagram The city that never sleeps is home to some of the world’s famous Museums: the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim Museum and MoMA. The Metropolitan Museum of Art was famously referred to as the MET as it hosted one of the fashion world’s most flamboyant events – the Met Gala. Every year, the Costume Institute holds an exhibit at the Met Gala with a huge fundraising event opening the exhibit . Thus, this place is a must-visit for any fashion lover. The Guggenheim Museum has appeared in many postcards and been the backdrop for many TV shows and films throughout the years. This museum houses artwork by Picasso, Jackson Pollock and Kadinsky, as well as paintings by Monet, Van Gogh and Degas and photography by Robert Mapplethorpe. The MoMA (Museum of Modern Art) houses the best Modern art world. It houses works by Andy Warhol, Frida Khalo and Monet to name a few. However, you don’t always have to visit the world best museums to see the best of Contemporary art; you can also visit other numerous art galleries within the state, especially at Chelsea, Tribeca, SoHo and Lower East Side to witness amazing artwork. You can experience a more immersive art scene in Bushwick, Brooklyn, for interesting street art and have one-on-one sessions with the artists themselves.   4. Miami, USA Credit: @wynwoodartsdistrict on Instagram The USA’s second contender on this list - This vibrant seaside city has a lot to offer for everyone, especially art lovers. Miami boasts an energetic art scene that can be best experienced through one of the world’s most prestigious art fairs: Art Basel. The city also has a whole district dedicated to the arts (Wynwood Arts District) and this houses over 30 contemporary art spaces and studios! You can even enjoy a street art tour at the Wynwood Art Walk Block Party. If you want to witness the best Modern and Contemporary art that Miami has to give, head on over to the Perez Art Museum.   5. Tokyo, Japan Credit: @moriartmuseum on InstagramA city where the traditional co-exists with the Modern, it is definitely an exciting place to visit. You will find a myriad of galleries scattered across this fast-paced city, in between its skyscrapers, old houses and back streets. In an old, traditional Japanese neighbourhood lined up with wooden houses and temples, you can find SCAI The Bathhouse, one of Tokyo’s most prestigious contemporary art galleries. As its name suggests this was once a bathhouse and has been standing for 200 years. It has housed works by prominent artists such as Anish Kapoor and Tadanori Yokoo. If you are looking for a little more thrill, head to the skyscraper where Mori Art Museum resides at the 54th storey. The museum once exhibited the world famous polka dot art of Yayoi Kusama.   6. Florence, Italy Credit: Pexels Every Renaissance art fan should definitely visit Florence, home of some of the pioneers of the movement. Florence is home to the famous Uffizi Gallery which houses the vast art collection of the infamous Medici family, along with works by the masters like Michelangelo, Da Vinci, Giotto, Botticelli and more. Be sure to pay a visit to the Accademia Gallery to witness Michelangelo’s masterpiece, the world famous David sculpture. If you want a taste of authentic Contemporary Italian art, head over to the Centro di Cultura Contemporanea Strozzina, which is also known as the “Anti-Uffizi”.   7. Barcelona, Spain Credit: @museupicasso on Instagram Home to the Museu Picasso, which houses the biggest Pablo Picasso collections in the world, it is a must visit for any avid fan of Cubism or art in general. Apart from the Picasso Musuem, Barcelona has a lot more to offer in the Romanesque, Gothic and Baroque styles. You can find them displayed at the Museu Nacional d’Art. Also, don’t forget to check out the fantastical architectural designs of Gaudi, a Master of Catalan Modernism.   8. London, United Kingdom Credit: Pixabay An eclectic mix of art styles and movements, London will keep you enthralled till the very end. You can find the likes of classics such as Van Gogh at the National Gallery, for Modernism head to the Tate Modern, which houses works by Warhol and Picasso. You can find more Contemporary art pieces at the Saatchi Gallery. If you are more of a street art fanatic look no further than Shoreditch, a creative inner city district located at East End. The streets are adorned with some of the most impressive street art in the city, for a more in depth experience take part in the Alternative London Walking Tour, hosted by local street artist and creatives.   9. Beijing, China Credit: Pixabay Beijing may seem like an unlikely place to visit for art but this city actually has a burgeoning art scene. Since the recent contemporary art boom, most of the city’s art scene can be found at 798 Art District. Industrial buildings in the district have been converted into contemporary art spaces and open-air installations. Art forms presented there consist of photos, sculptures and fashion design. If you are an avid lover of traditional Chinese art, then the Poly Art Museum is for you as it features ancient bronze works from the Shang and Zhou dynasties!   10. Singapore Credit: @singaporeartmuseum on Instagram Singapore is well-known as being a financial hub. However, it boasts an impressive art scene. Singapore has two prominent up and coming art museums, namely the Institute of Contemporary Arts and the Singapore Art Museum. The National Gallery Singapore houses the world’s largest collection of Singaporean and South Asian art, thus giving the South Asian art world an international platform. Indeed, Singapore is teemed with art, which can be easily found as you take a stroll around the city. Check out Haji Lane for example and witness all kinds of colourful street art which adorn old buildings. You can also witness stunning public sculptures such as Homage to Newton by Salvador Dali at the UOB Plaza and First Generation by Chong Fah Cheong near Cavenagh Bridge.   Undoubtedly, art and travel go hand in hand so what are you waiting for? Add all these art destinations to your bucket list and get inspired to create art of your own!...

  • 7 Best Shopping Sites in New York

    All those of you who have decided to travel New York are in for a truly amazing journey. As you explore the many wonders of the City that Never Sleeps who will find that there is an unending number of attractions to explore and things to do. Out of all of these activities that keep attracting large numbers of holidaymakers almost all throughout the year, shopping seems to take a top place among every single travelers’ must-do list. Therefore, if you too are set to embark on your very own Muslim travel to New York you might want to take a look at these best shopping areas in NYC which are guaranteed to leave you completely overjoyed with one of the most spectacular shopping experiences you could ever hope to enjoy.   1. 5th Avenue Picture Credit - www.marriott.com   We start off our list of best shopping areas in NYC with what could be one of the most famous shopping areas in the city, 5th Avenue. Almost all the iconic brands have their own New York shopping outlets in this location making it one of the best places you can enjoy a premium shopping experience and enjoy the true essence of this glamorous city. Some of the big brands present here include Tiffany & Co, Gucci, H&M, Michael Kors, Prada, Cartier, Armani and the towering 10000 square foot Apple Store. The main shopping area extends from 14th Street to 59th Street and be prepared to spend hours astounded by the super luxury boutiques and stores that dominate the landscape. Once you are done shopping at this high-end fashion street you definitely will feel like a true fashionista and it will sure give you lots to brag about to your friends once you get back home.   2. Macy’s Picture Credit - websterapartments.org   There are quite a number of extremely famous shops in New York but the flagship store of Macy’s located at Herald Square truly stands out from the rest. The reputation of this Macy’s store goes far and beyond it being known as an impressive department store, it has grown to become an American icon and part of the country’s proud heritage. Crowned the world’s largest department store you are likely to get lost in this massive space that spans across an entire block. Here you will find anything from fashion items to household goods that will guarantee you find something to cater to your every shopping need. International shopper’s get a special bonus where you can show your passport and get a 10% discount card at the visitor’s center or even apply for it online. This way you can treat yourself to some affordable luxury as you browse through the massive collections this must-visit landmark shopping site has to offer.   Address: 151 West 34th Street, New York   Contact: +1 212-695-4400   Opening hours: Daily 9:00 AM - 11:00 PM (Sunday and Thursday till 10:00 PM)   Website: https://www.visitmacysusa.com/visitor-savings-pass   3. Century 21 Picture Credit - www.nycgo.com Before you get carried away in some of the extravagant designer stores you might want to check out this famous store called Century 21. Buying designer stuff is great, but buying designer stuff on discount is super! That’s the reason behind Century 21 becoming one of the most famous shops in New York. Here you will be able to grab a wide variety of designer clothes, shoes, handbags and accessories on discounts as much as 70%. Since this is every shopping lover’s dream come true you might have to be prepared to engage in battle with other like-minded discount hunters that are drawn to the store. The afternoon hours are slightly less crowded so if you can stop by the store during this time you might be able to enjoy a more peaceful shopping experience while you browse through an impressive collection of designer goods including iconic fashion labels like Armani, Prada, Pucci and much more.   Address: 22 Cortlandt Street, New York   Contact: +1 212-227-9092   Opening hours: Sun 10:00AM – 10:00PM; Mon – Fri 7:45AM – 10:00PM; Sat 9:00AM – 10:00PM   Other stores in NYC: Cross County - Central Park Ave, Yonkers, NY; Westbury; Rego Park; Lincoln Square; City Point – Albee Square, Brooklyn   4. The Woodbury Common Premium Outlet Picture Credit - www.newyorksightseeing.com   If you are looking to enjoy the ultimate outlet shopping in New York then the Woodbury Common Premium Outlet is the perfect place for you. This is one of the best places you can find items for the entire family and also several other great gift options to take back home with you. There are well over 200 outlets representing world famous brands like Adidas, Burberry, Dolce & Gabbana, Jimmy Choo, Lululemon Athletica, Givenchy and much more. Just an hour away from Manhattan you can easily arrive in this site via a direct bus ride and you sure will spend hours browsing the multiple outlets present here which offer impressive discounts from 25%-65%. Tourists are highly encouraged to book a round trip online from the New York City Explorer Pass for as low as $40 and you will also get a complimentary VIP Coupon Booklet which offers additional discount coupons you can use as you shop. Address: 498 Red Apple Ct, Central Valley, NY 10917, USA   Contact: +1 845-928-4000   Opening Hours: Daily 9AM–9PM   5. Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market & the Brooklyn Flea Market Picture Credit - www.cool-cities.com   Flea markets make up some of the best places to shop in NYC on a budget. That is why we highly recommend you drop by famous flea markets like Hell’s Kitchen down 39th street and the Brooklyn Flea Market in Fort Green. These two sites are highly popular among locals and tourists alike and are full of authentic shops offering a good range of rare items like antiques, fashion items, food, vintage goods and collectables. Out of the two locations, the Brooklyn market tends to be less crowded but they both take on a very vibrant atmosphere that will get you in the mood to shop for some great items that are perfect to remember one of the most memorable holiday visits you could ever enjoy.   Hell's Kitchen Flea Market:   Address: 408-424 W 39th St, New York   Contact: +1 212-243-5343   Opening hours: Saturday and Sunday – 9 AM – 5 PM   Brooklyn Flea Market:   Address: 241 37th St., Brooklyn, New York   Opening hours: Saturday and Sunday – 10 AM – 6 PM   6. Cosmetic Market     Picture Credit - www.thecosmeticmarket.com Any girl’s shopping experience will not be complete without grabbing some great quality cosmetics. And if you are on the lookout for some of the finest brands of cosmetics at bargain prices you should head on down to the Cosmetic Market. Here you will find almost every kind of beauty care product from some of the best brand names like Clinique, Sephora, L’Oreal, Chanel and many more. In addition to makeup, they also feature some interesting items like candles, picture frames and jewellery making it a great place to do grab some lovely gifts for all the special ladies close to you back at home.offer. Address: 15 E 37th St, New York   Contact: +1 212-725-3625   Opening Hours: Mon – Fri - 8.30 AM – 7 PM; Sat - 11 AM – 6 PM; Sun – 12 noon – 5 PM   7. Fishs Eddy Picture Credit - www.timeout.com   Fishs Eddy is one of the unique stores in NYC you can visit to find the best quality kitchenware you could need for all your household needs. As you walk into this store you will be surprised by the large collection of bowls, cups, mugs, dishes and much more which are available in very attractive styles including rather funky and vintage designs as well. If you are lucky you might even be able to visit the store during a seasonal or clearance sale where you can get some attractive discounts on top of the already competitive prices they offer their products for.   Address: 889 Broadway, New York   Contact: +1 212-420-9020   Opening Hours: Mon – Thurs - 9 AM – 9 PM; Fri, Sat - 9 AM – 10 PM; Sun – 10 AM – 8 PM   Finding Halal Food in New York - Where to go? A Weekend Getaway in New York City ...

  • A Weekend Getaway in New York City

    Located at the mouth of the Hudson River, New York is one of the most popular cities in the United States. The city is the centre of culture, media, fashion, art and finance and a great place to spend some exciting time. It is also called as the city that never sleeps due to the hustle and bustle that encapsules this energetic city. Itinerary Day 1 After Fajr: Early Morning to Mid- Day Destinations     Cruise: Take a 2-hour cruise to get a better view of Manhattan.     Empire State Building: A 102 storey skyscraper with an observation deck. Spend half an hour. Mosques (masjid): Ar-Rahman Foundation, Masjid Usman Bin Affan, Islamic Cultural Center of New York. Halal Restaurants: Halal Guys, Bombay Masala, Chandini, Chickpea. Afternoon: Afternoon to Evening Destinations.     Metropolitan Museum of Art: Largest art museum in United States with excellent collection. Takes about 1-2 hours.     Central Park: Walk through the Central Park, one of the most popular places to hang out in the city. Lots of attractions to see such as Central Park Zoo, Belverde Castle, Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre and the Carousel. Takes 2-3 hours. Mosques (masjid): Ar-Rahman Foundation, Masjid Usman Bin Affan, Islamic Cultural Center of New York. Halal Restaurants: Several halal carts can be found around the Central Park. Evening: Evening Destinations and Dining Options.     Times Square: Commercial and theatre district with lots of shopping and exciting things to do.     5th Avenue: One of the most famous streets in the world for shopping. Mosque (masjid): Masjid Ar-Rahman Halal Restaurants: Halal Guys, Afghan Kebab House, Pita Grill. Day 2: After Fajr: Early Morning to Mid- Day Destinations.     Statue of Liberty: Reserve tickets in advance at www.statuecruises.com. Can take 4-5 hours if you wish to see both Liberty Island and Ellis Island. Mosques (masjid): Islamic Centre at NYU, Ar-Rahman Foundation. Halal Restaurants: Lutheran Halal Café, Curry Heights, Al Noor Halal Deli. Afternoon: Afternoon to Evening Destinations.     Museum of Modern Art: Beautiful art pieces. Takes 1-2 hours.     Rockefeller Centre: Huge commercial complex with over 19 buildings. Takes 2 hours. Mosques (masjid): Islamic Centre at NYU, Ar-Rahman Foundation. Halal Restaurants: Bombay Masala, Halal Guys, Pita Grill. Evening: Evening Destinations and Dining Options.     Brooklyn Bridge: Cross the bridge to get the best views of the city. Mosques (masjid): Islamic Centre at NYU, Ar-Rahman Foundation. Halal Restaurants: Curry Heights, Taj Tribeca, Curry Heights Miscellaneous: If you have an extra day, visit the New York Public Library and the Grand Central Terminal. Good halal restaurants around the terminal. Restaurants: Try kebabs at the halal carts that can be found at all popular places around New York City. Souvenirs: Snow globes, mugs, keychains, chocolates, scarves, cosmetics, souvenir plates, etc. Transportation: New York is best explored by taking the subway or buses. Taxis and car rentals are also available in the city but the traffic can get congested. Walking is also a good option of travelling around. ...

  • Best Destinations in USA for Muslims

    With 50 states, huge cities and a population of over 313 million people, the United States of America is a vast and diverse place to visit. It is home to numerous iconic landmarks, world wonders and world-renowned sights, offering plenty to explore. Apart from its attractions, there are several destinations in USA that have plenty in store for Muslim travellers. In the past, the Muslim community living in USA comprised a very small number. However Islam is now one of the most rapidly growing religions in the country and has become the third largest faith, behind Christianity and Judaism. The US is home to over 2 million Muslims and has over 2,000 mosques across the country.  Some regions in particular are home to large and active Muslim communities. Facilities such as prayer facilities and Halal food will be readily available in such areas and can make Muslim travellers feel very welcome. The four US states with the largest Muslim populations are Illinois, Virginia, New York and New Jersey.   Illinois Illinois is the 5th most populous state in the US and is found towards the north east of the country. Muslim travellers will be able to find an active Muslim community in the area, particularly in Chicago - which is home to over 400,000 Muslims. Over 60 Halal restaurants and nearly 30 mosques can be found in Chicago and the city is also occasionally host to Halal food festivals.   Virginia Being the birthplace of America, Virgina is a state rich in history and offers a diverse range of landscapes and natural sights for travellers. Quite a large Muslim community can be found in the state, where Islam remains one of the fastest growing religions.   New Jersey New Jersey is a state located towards the northeast of the country and is also the second-richest state based on median household income. It is famed for its beaches and attractions and has plenty in store for travellers. A sizable Muslim community resides in New Jersey and facilities should not be very difficult to find.   New York The state of New York is one of the most populous states and is located towards the north east of the country. It is home to some of USA's most famous attractions - the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, Central Park, Times Square, Brooklyn Bridge, Finger Lakes and the Niagara Falls. New York City - often dubbed the city of opportunities - is home to a diverse community of people including quite a large Muslim population. It is home to a total of 12 mosques and over 300 Halal restaurants, in addition to other facilities for Muslim travellers.   Other states with large Muslim populations include Texas, Michigan, Florida, Delaware, California and Pennsylvania. ...

  • You'll Be Surprised To Find That These North America Destinations are Muslim-Friendly!

    As Muslim travelers, we are over the idea that traveling as a Muslim is challenging. Over the years, destinations have started to become more Muslim-friendly, especially with the rise of Halal restaurants. These cities have a sizeable Muslim population thus giving Muslim travelers a peace of mind when it comes to locating Halal food and mosques. Read on to find out our top 4 Muslim-friendly destinations in America. Houston Located in the city of Texas, Houston is a large city consisting of a population that comes from various ethnic and religious backgrounds. In recent times, the city has seen a growth in its international community, partly made up of Muslims from Asia and the Middle East. These immigrants brought with them culture, cuisine, and religion. Muslims visiting Houston will not only be able to find things to do and see in the city, but they will also find it easy to locate Halal restaurants, smaller eateries and roadside carts selling a wide range of dishes from all around the world. Halal Jones Fried Chicken, Dimassi’s and Tempura Grill, are a few of the fifty-plus Halal restaurants said to found in the city. If Muslim tourists are in need of a mosque, they can visit some of the prominent ones in the city such as; Masjid Elfarouq Islamic Center, ISGH Islamic Society of Greater Houston, Masjid Al-Rasool Al-Akram and Muhammadi Masjid. Muslim visitors can also ask the locals for locations of Halal restaurants, Mosques and other Muslim-friendly facilities within the city. New York New York is the most populous city in the United States and one of the most popular destinations, in the world. It is home to The Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, Central Park and well-known shopping destinations like SoHo, Chinatown and Greenwich Village. It is also a giant melting pot and home to people from various ethnic and religious backgrounds, including Muslims from all over the world. All five of New York’s boroughs; Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens and Staten Island, have Halal restaurants, supermarkets, street carts, and more upscale restaurants. Muslims visiting the city can use the prayer facilities at any of the several mosques that the city has to offer, namely; The Islamic Cultural Center of New York, Masjid Al Farouq, Masjid At-Taqwa and the Islamic Center at New York University.   Chicago Chicago, also known as The Windy city is another must-visit when in America. It is a hub for finance, commerce, technology, telecommunications, and transportation and is home to the O'Hare International Airport, which is the second-busiest airport in the world. As in the cities mentioned above, Muslims make up a sizeable amount of the population in Chicago. Muslims visiting the city are likely to find it easy to locate Halal restaurants and mosques. They will be able to find restaurants serving authentic, Halal Asian, Middle-Eastern, Mediterranean, French and even Western food. The Dar Al-Hadeeth Masjid, the Downtown Islamic Center, the Chicago Islamic Center, Makki Masjid Inc, Al Sadiq Mosque, are all mosques that serve the Muslims of Chicago. Washington D.C Washington D.C, the capital of the United States is home to many art galleries, memorials, museums and national monuments; including the White House, the United States Capitol and the Washington Monument. Other must-visits when in the city are; the National Mall, the Library of Congress and The National Zoological Park. Muslims visiting Washington will be spoilt for choice when it comes to finding Halal-friendly restaurants. The Muslim community in Washington is diverse and this is quite obvious in the restaurant options available. Muslims tourists will be able to find Indian and Pakistani food as well as Sudanese, Ethiopian and Bangladeshi places to dine at. There are plenty of mosques in the city, and the following are just a few of the many; the Islamic Mosque and Cultural Center, Masjid Muhammad, Masjid Ahlul Quran Wal Hadeeth, and the First Hijra Muslim Community Center....



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