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Even though small in size, Singapore is a true cosmopolitan city in all senses. For Muslim travellers Singapore is a perfect place to have fun. The city features a plethora of attractions and lots of wonderful activities that people can enjoy. The ci...more

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Profile image Mohammad Amin Raj Khan 2 months agoSingapore

Assyakirin Mosque Singapore

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    Mohammad Amin Raj Khan

    One of the biggest mosques in Singapore, situated in the west of Singapore. Four storey mosque which also caters to Islamic education for the young as well as the adults.

Nice halal Melayunese-tasted restaurant with appetizing portion.

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Simple dish for those looking at light Thai flavours.

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Profile image Raudha Zaini reviewed Sinar Pagi Restaurant 9 months agoSingapore

Authentic Malay food yum

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    Novrieka Arsyad

    This nasi padang is really tasty.. You must try the authentic one in Indonesia.. ;)

Profile image Raudha Zaini reviewed Jtown 9 months agoSingapore

Authentic Indonesian food. Get your martabak manis fix here

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Profile image Fareeha Anwar reviewed Yolo 9 months agoSingapore
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Profile image Raudha Zaini reviewed Chef Wan's Kitchen 11 months agoSingapore

Local fare with an amazing view!

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Ramen in geylang!!

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Profile image Farhana Bilfagih tried ribs ramen at Pizza Hut 1 year agoSingapore

Spicy and delicious

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Even though small in size, Singapore is a true cosmopolitan city in all senses. For Muslim travellers Singapore is a perfect place to have fun. The city features a plethora of attractions and lots of wonderful activities that people can enjoy. The city caters to the needs of one and all and has a vibrant feel that attracts the attention of the visitors instantly. The city has a good population of Muslims and hence finding halal facilities in Singapore is never a problem.

Muslims make up almost 15 percent of the population of Singapore. The city is provided with the best halal facilities. Locating a mosque in Singapore is never a problem and there are several halal restaurants certified by the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore.

Travelling within the city is convenient; there are several options of public transport that can be availed easily. There are numerous historic sights doted all around Singapore especially in the Historic District, Kampong Glam (Arab Street), Chinatown, Orchard Road and Little India.

Singapore is dotted with skyscrapers all across but has managed to maintain its natural beauty. There are several beaches, green spaces and also a few tropical rainforests around Singapore that can be visited. The city offers something for everyone. Whether you are a nature lover or an adventure fan, Singapore offers a number of things that visitors can experience. Some of the outdoor attractions where people can have fun include the Bird Park, Singapore Zoo, the SungeiBuloh Wetland Reserve, etc.

Singapore is a favourite shopping destination for many. The city has several local markets and shopping malls where visitors can shop. The Orchard Road is the main shopping destination in the city. For a cultural and authentic local shopping experience the areas of Little India, Malay Village, Arab Street and Chinatown are excellent to shop at. Shoppers who wish to enjoy a late night shopping experience, the Mustafa Centre is a great place, it remains open 24/7.

Nearby Airports

The Changi Airport that serves Singapore is one of the busiest airports in Southeast Asia. From the airport the city can be accessed by different modes of transport. The bus terminal is located at the basement of terminal 1, 2 and 3. Buses are available from 6 AM to 12 AM and a one way fare can cost up to $2. A subway station is located between terminal 2 and 3 but travellers have to change the train at the Tanah Merah station for a city bound train. Hiring taxis is the best way of travelling from the airport to the city. During the day time a one way trip to the city can cost between $20-30.

Halal Restaurants

There are numerous halal restaurants in Singapore that offer a variety of cuisines. Some of the best halal restaurants in Singapore include the Perdana Muslim Seafood, Al-Azhar Restaurant, BBQ Chicken, Botak’s Favourites, etc. Most of the international food chains in Singapore are halal certified such as Pizza Hut, Long John Silver, Mc Donald, Coffee Bean, etc.

Mosques

Singapore has over 70 mosques. The Masjid Omar Kampong Melaka is the oldest masjid in Singapore. The Masjid Sultan is a grand masjid located on the Arab Street.The other major mosques in the city include Masjid Malabar, Masjid Abdul Gaffoor, Masjid Hajjah Fatimah, etc. These mosques are situated at primary locations and can be spotted easily. Visitors can also enquire with locals about the address of the mosques in Singapore.

Things to Do and See in Singapore

  • Masjid Sultan
  • Singapore Zoo
  • Sentosa Island
  • Night Safari
  • Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
  • Jurong Bird Park
  • National Orchid Garden
  • Singapore Botanical Gardens
  • Gardens By The Bay
  • Singapore City Gallery
  • Esplanade
  • Jendela Gallery
  • National Museum of Singapore
  • Peranakan Museum
  • Marina Bay
  • MacRitchie Nature Trail


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