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Houston, a large city in Texas, is a wonderful destination to visit with the family. The city is segregated into several districts and is a booming area. From real estate to science and technology, Houston is a varied city with several faces to it. The areas around downtown Houston are the most appealing for visitors as several attractions can be found in the surroundings. For Muslim visitors, Houston offers a good number of halal facilities. The downtown area of Hosuton is of special importance as it has beautifully designed buildings and sculptures. The museum district in Houston is also a definite must-visit, along with Space Center Houston, which is among the best attractions in the city.  Visitors must also make it a point to take a leisurely stroll along the bustling Kemah Boardwalk. The George Ranch Historical Park gives an insight into the cowboy culture and the Old West. The Houston Zoo and the Lake Houston State Park are also good places to visit with the family. Get a complete view of the surroundings of the downtown from the observation deck at the JP Morgan Chase Tower. Houston has a large number of shopping malls and visitors are never far from one. The downtown area and East End are some good places to shop. The Kirby district, along with Southwest and Uptown also have some great shops where visitors can enjoy a varied shopping experience. The Galleria is one of the largest malls not only in Houston but in Texas....more

Houston, USA

Description

Houston, a large city in Texas, is a wonderful destination to visit with the family. The city is segregated into several districts and is a booming area. From real estate to science and technology, Houston is a varied city with several faces to it. The areas around downtown Houston are the most appealing for visitors as several attractions can be found in the surroundings. For Muslim visitors, Houston offers a good number of halal facilities.

The downtown area of Hosuton is of special importance as it has beautifully designed buildings and sculptures. The museum district in Houston is also a definite must-visit, along with Space Center Houston, which is among the best attractions in the city. 

Visitors must also make it a point to take a leisurely stroll along the bustling Kemah Boardwalk. The George Ranch Historical Park gives an insight into the cowboy culture and the Old West. The Houston Zoo and the Lake Houston State Park are also good places to visit with the family. Get a complete view of the surroundings of the downtown from the observation deck at the JP Morgan Chase Tower.

Houston has a large number of shopping malls and visitors are never far from one. The downtown area and East End are some good places to shop. The Kirby district, along with Southwest and Uptown also have some great shops where visitors can enjoy a varied shopping experience. The Galleria is one of the largest malls not only in Houston but in Texas.

Nearby Airports

There are two main airports that serve Houston namely the George Bush Intercontinental Airport and the William P. Hobby Airport. The George Bush Intercontinental Airport is located about 23 miles north from downtown and is conveniently connected by buses, taxis and visitors can also hire car rentals.
The William P. Hobby Airport is located around 7 miles south from downtown and also offers good connectivity. Visitors can hire taxis or take buses to reach their destination in the city.

Halal Restaurants

There are several halal restaurants in Houston where travellers can enjoy tastes from around the world. Some best known halal restaurants in Houston include Halal Wok, Tempura Halal Restaurant and Catering, Kabab Kahani, Mezban, Jamillah Garden Restaurant, Cafe Pita, JQ Spice Chick-en, etc.

Mosques

Locating a mosque in Houston is not a problem as there are several in the city. Some prominent mosques in Houston include the Masjid ElFarouq, Islamic Society of Greater Houston, Masjid W Deen Mohammed, ISGH Masjid Hamza, Muhammadi Masjid, Makkah Masjid-Greater Houston, etc.

Things to Do and See in Houston

  • Space Center Houston  
  • Houston Museum of Natural Science  
  • Downtown Aquarium  
  • Houston Zoo  
  • Museum of Fine Arts   
  • The Children's Museum of Houston   
  • The Health Museum  
  • George Ranch Historical Park   
  • Traders Village  
  • Lake Houston State Park  
  • Kemahboard walk  
  • Splash Town
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  • You'll Be Surprised To Find That These North America Destinations are Muslim-Friendly!

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