Description

No information about this place

Profile-image
Loader

Address

Jalan Jendral Sudirman No.Kav 58, Kebayoran Baru, Kota Jakarta Selatan, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 12190, Indonesia

Language of service

Indonesian

  • Kambing Bakar Al Zein

    Jl. Pintu Gelora 1, Gelora, Tanah Abang, Kota Jakarta PusatTanahabang, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta, Indonesia

    0.20KM Get Direction
  • Gyudon

    Jl. Suryo No.2, RT.10/RW.3, Rw. Bar., Kby. Baru, Kota Jakarta Selatan, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 12180, Indonesia

    1.22KM Get Direction
  • Rujak Aceh

    Jl. Bendungan Hilir No. 8, Jakarta, Jakarta 10270, Indonesia

    1.73KM Get Direction
  • Lamb Shank

    Le Meridien - Jakarta (Jl.Jend. Sudirman), Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia

    2.07KM Get Direction
  • Gado Gado

    Setiabudi One Building Lt. 1, unit A211 (Jl. HR Rasuna Said Kav. 62), Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan, Jakarta 12920, Indonesia

    3.64KM Get Direction
  • Masjid Niaga Rahmat

    Jalan Jendral Sudirman No.Kav 58, Kebayoran Baru, Kota Jakarta Selatan, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 12190, Indonesia

    0.00KM Get Direction
  • An Nur

    Jalan Jendral Sudirman No.Kav 54-55, Kebayoran Baru, Kota Jakarta Selatan, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 12190, Indonesia

    0.18KM Get Direction
  • An Nur

    Jalan Jendral Sudirman No.Kav 54-55, Kebayoran Baru, Kota Jakarta Selatan, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 12190, Indonesia

    0.18KM Get Direction
  • Musholah FX

    Jl. Jenderal Sudirman, Tanahabang, Kota Jakarta Pusat, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 10270, Indonesia

    0.18KM Get Direction
  • Musalla @ plasa Senayan

    Jalan Jendral Sudirman No.8, Tanah Abang, Kota Jakarta Pusat, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 10270, Indonesia

    0.67KM Get Direction
  • 11 Best Places To Visit In Greece For First-Timers

    As the world slowly moves away from a total lock-down, it is time to start thinking of taking a holiday again! With many countries opening airports for international travel, Greece started this process slowly and steadily on 15th June and is now moving towards welcoming travelers across all its beautiful islands. While taking the required precautions and also adhering to the new rules for tourists in this COVID-19 era, we are still excited to plan a trip to Greece to welcome a new sunrise as we start thinking, “let’s travel and enjoy other cultures and countries again!” Greece has so much to do and see, that choosing the best places to visit is a hard task. However, as many parts of Greece boast many historical sites, panoramic beaches, charming villages, mouthwatering food, sunny climes, and lots of shopping, we are ready to try out these 11 places in Greece as our first adventure for 2020!. As first-time travelers, we were overwhelmed with everything there is to do and see in Greece, including Greek island and beach hopping. After much research, this is what we have on our agenda for the Greek Islands as first-time travelers to this popular holiday destination. Let's dive in! via GIPHY Athens Image Credit: Photo by Adrian Dascal on Unsplash The capital of Greece is our first choice of cities to visit in this historically rich nation. Not only does Athens have a plethora of significant ancient Greek archaeological wonders, but the city is also a bustling business hub filled with modern-day attractions such as amusement parks, shopping squares, and of course the Greek food culture. While in Athens, these are some of the places to visit. Acropolis of Athens Hadrian's Library Parthenon Theatre of Dionysus Museum of Islamic Art Syntagma Square Temple of Olympian Zeus Old Temple of Athena Acropolis Museum Mount Lycabettus Piraeus Harbour National Garden Monastiraki Flea Market Omonia Square Central Municipal Athens Market Marina Zeas Allou! Fun Park Athens being a cosmopolitan city of Greece, there are several HALAL food restaurants serving a choice of cuisines.   The Greek Peninsula Mainland Greece, while being home to its capital city of Athens, is divided into the six regions of Thrace, Macedonia, and Epirus to the north, and Thessaly, Central Greece, and the Peloponnesus to the south. So, the Greek Peninsula does have much do and see as well. Delphi Image Credit: Photo by DiChatz on Unsplash A town nestled in the mountains of Central Greece, and home to many archaeologically significant sites of ancient Greece including the Temple of Apollo, the Athenian Treasury, the Castalian Spring and the Delphi theatre and hippodrome. Ioannina Image Credit: Photo by Hippo FromEarth on Unsplash in the region of Epirus is home to the only inhabited lake-island in Greece and offers a chance to stay in the castle or the mini-city of ‘Kastro’ while enjoying the stunning views of mountains and lake. Olympia Image Credit: Photo by James Lee on Unsplash in northwestern Peloponnese is the birthplace of the Olympic Games. An iconic village where the Olympic Flame is lit every two years and visiting the Museum of the History of the Olympic Games in Antiquity is a must. Thessaloniki Image Credit: Photo by Digio Lab on Unsplash is the capital city of the Macedonian region of Northern Greece and considered the second largest city after Athens. Like Athens, this city offers both the wonders of the ancient worlds and the modern attractions of today. Check out the city’s Byzantine walls, White Tower and Turkish baths, museums, art galleries and of course the lively food markets.   Santorini Image Credit: Photo by Heidi Kaden on Unsplash Next on the agenda is what we consider one of the best places to visit in Greece. Santorini, a part of the Cyclades island group, is one of the most visited Greek Isles, and no wonder! With its volcanic history, whitewashed houses clinging to the cliffs and the rugged landscape shaped by the volcanic eruption, this gorgeous island is a treasure of this Mediterranean country. While at Santorini, we plan to swim in the clear blue oceans, take in the intrinsic beauty of the villages and enjoy some fabulous Santorini cuisine. We also plan to take in the two main towns of Fira and Oia, where we can enjoy the unique features of each. Fira is known for its shopping and is also the capital of Santorini, while Oia is considered to be the more luxurious town offering many romantic restaurants and high-end shopping to take home that memorable romantic date. While HALAL food maybe a bit difficult to come by, there are many seafood and vegetarian options to choose from. Here are some of the sites and beaches to check out at this lovely Greek Island. Red Beach Paralia Vlichada Ancient Thera Períssa beach Corfu Image Credit: Photo by Karolis Puidokas on Unsplash Corfu is a popular Greek Island with numerous beaches and oceanside activities. Our plan for this Greek Island revolves around beach hopping, soaking in the true Greek beach culture, and enjoying some watersports. Some of the best beaches on this Greek Island include Porto Timoni beach, Agios Georgios of Pagoi, Ermones, Ampelaki beach, Alipa beach, and Platakia beach. To enjoy fun watersport activities, we plan to visit the beaches of Pelekas, Kontogialos, and Glyfada. Time permitting, we will soak in the atmosphere of Old Town Corfu and also visit Perithia. Unfortunately, Corfu like many of the Greek Isles has no HALAL food. But, no worries, as an island there is plenty of seafood choices and vegetarian dishes to choose from.   Crete As the largest of the Greek islands, a visit to Crete will be filled with changing scenes from the expected turquoise coastlines to rolling countryside and rugged mountain regions. Crete is also a mix of quiet villages and bustling cities. We look forward to enjoying a break to relax and unwind with authentic Greek coffee while taking in the vistas of the turquoise ocean views or olive trees as far as the eye can see. These are some of the cities and places on our “to visit” list for this large Greek island. Heraklion Image Credit: Photo by Evangelos Mpikakis on Unsplash As the capital port city of Crete, Heraklion is a mix of ancient ruins, picturesque old towns, restaurants, lots of places to shop, as well as traffic and a large population. Some of the places to visit are the Heraklion Archaeological Museum, Vrondisi Fountain, Venetian Fortress, Natural History Museum of Crete, Palace of Knossos, and the Karteros beach. Agios Nikolaos Image Credit: Photo by ERROR 420 on Unsplash As one of the more popular tourist destinations of this Greek Isle, Agios Nikolaos has much to offer from a range of beaches, cafes and boutiques to breathtaking views of Mirabello Bay. A trip to this midsized town will surely be filled with lots of beach-type activity and sunscreen. Lake Voulismeni is also on our must-visit list with a day trip to the Cretan Olive Farm not too far away to learn all about olive oil. Balos Lagoon Image Credit: Photo by Krzysztof Kowalik on Unsplash Crete is renowned for some of the best beaches in Greece. While there are many beautiful beaches on this large Greek Island, Balos Lagoon takes the cake. Its pink sand and turquoise waters, it is not to be missed. Nestled between the island of Imeri Gramvousa and Crete itself, Balos Lagoon is located in the region of Chania near the town of Kissamos. Samaria Gorge Image Credit: Photo by Rinke Dohmen on Unsplash Visiting Crete would not be complete without a visit to its Samarai National Park in the White Mountains. The popular Samarai Gorge which starts in Xylóskalo is 16 kilometers in length, and renowned as the longest gorge in Europe and one of the most extraordinary gorges of Greece. This downhill hike concludes at the Agia Roumelli on the black sand beaches off of the Mediterranean sea. At an altitude of 1,230 meters, the Samarai Gorge is home to over 450 species of flora and fauna, of which nearly 70 are endemic to Crete. The 10-mile one-way hike takes you through rugged cliffs, ancient cypress and pine forests showcasing nature at its best. For your return trip, consider hiring a boat to Chora Sfakion, a remote and sparsely populated town where you can enjoy a rest before continuing your Greek holiday or returning home. A first-time visit to Greece must include Athens and some of the closer towns and places in mainland Greece as well as one or two Greek Islands such as Santorini and Corfu. Crete is an adventure all on its own and can be combined with sightseeing in Athens, Greece. So, while we plan this extended Greece holiday visit, take your time, do your research and put together a holiday plan that best suits your time and budget.  Point to note, as HALAL food and MOSQUES are difficult to find in most Geek towns and Isles, plan ahead and do your research, bring a prayer mat and use our Qibla Directions and Halal Restaurants feature on our app and you are all set to enjoy your Greek vacation.  As a bonus check out the Halal Trip article on Tips and Advice for HALAL food in Greece. via GIPHY...

  • 10 Best Places to Visit in Egypt For A Holiday for First-Timers

    The first thing that comes to mind when someone mentions “Egypt” is the Pyramids, the Sphinx, and the Nile. In any case, with over 7,000 years of unique history, legacy, and culture, there are numerous other amazing attractions in Egypt to justify its title as a tourist hotspot. With an intriguing history that spans back to the beginning of human civilization, Egypt is known to be a very popular tourist destination. Pharaohs being synonymous with this destination, Egypt is an amazing country to visit to explore ancient tombs, pyramids and attractions which will leave you in awe. An ideal place for adventurers, explorers and history buffs alike. Egypt is an allrounder for travelers looking for a blend of activities rich in tradition, gaining memorable experiences, and simply looking to let loose. Here are 10 Best Places to Visit in Egypt that should be on the top of your itinerary and bucket list when you finally decide to make a trip to this delightful nation. via GIPHY   Giza Image Credit: Photo by Pradeep Gopal on Unsplash Giza is presently known as one of the most renowned spots in Egypt where tourists often visit. Giza is filled with leading hotel chains, famous boutiques, cafés and large shopping centers. Near the hustle and bustle of the city lies the famous Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx. You can't say you have been to Egypt without visiting and seeing these monuments first-hand. The extraordinary Pyramids at Giza are famously known for being one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and in addition to that, it is also undoubtedly one of the most famous landmarks in the world. Giza's pyramid complex has awed voyagers down through the ages. An unquestionable feature of any trip to Egypt, Giza's pyramids ought not to be missed. A large portion of the touring destinations at Giza is situated on the plateau aptly named the Giza Plateau, where the Great Sphinx and Great Pyramid stand tall. Don’t forget to snap some pictures of you riding a camel while soaking in the magnificence of the ancient pyramids (Indiana Jones-esque). The pyramids of Giza will definitely be the gem in any trip to Egypt.   Luxor Image Credit: Photo by Lea Kobal on Unsplash Luxor, also known as Thebes in Ancient times, is situated on the east bank of the Nile River in southern Egypt. At its peak, it was the ruling capital of the Middle Kingdom and the New Kingdom of Egypt. Luxor is also famously called the world’s greatest open-air museum. With iconic structures, temples, and historical museums, the city is a significant destination in Egypt. The essential touring destinations of the Luxor are not situated in the city itself but on the other side of the Nile in the Valley of the Kings and the Valley of the Queens. The Valley of the Kings is a burial spot of the Pharaohs of Thebes, this valley comprises of several burial places portraying the life of ancient Egyptians through the engravings inscribed on the walls and the roofs of the burial spots. The Valley of the Queens is likewise a burial location that contains close to 57 tombs including the breathtaking and remarkable burial place of Queen Nefertari. The vast majority of the Luxor attractions are found either on the East Bank or the West Bank of the Nile. Popular features on the East Bank incorporate Karnak Temple, an exceptional sanctuary city that took more than 2,000 years to develop and it is also known to be one of the largest religious places on the planet. The flawlessly lit up Luxor Temple is a jaw-dropping temple to visit at night. Some other attractions to check out in Luxor are the Luxor Museum and the Colossi of Memnon.   Cairo Image Credit: Photo by Dario Morandotti on Unsplash Cairo the capital of Egypt has a rich history of Islamic, Christian and Jewish culture. The 2000-year-old city is additionally the biggest city in Middle-East, Africa and the Arab world. Do not miss out on the opportunity to shop at Khan el-Khalili bazaar where coppersmiths continue to craft their wares despite having small workshops. Vendors are loaded with a variety of products such as ceramics, textiles, spice, perfume, collectibles, souvenirs, and jewelry. Khan el-Khalili is one of Cairo's must-visits with eateries, cafés and street food merchants scattered around the market adding to the appeal of the bazaar. The significant mosques in Cairo are the mosque of Amr Ibn Al-Aas (Al-Fustat), Mosque of Ahmed Ibn Tulun, Mosque of Al-Azhar, Mosque of Sultan Hassan (which is wonderfully lit up in the evening), Mosque of Al-Refai, The Blue Mosque and the Alabaster Mosque of Mohammed Ali. Additionally, other Islamic sites are the Salah El-Din Citadel, House of Gamal-Al-Din and the Museum of Islamic Art (Bab Al-Khalq). At the widely acclaimed Egyptian Museum of Tahrir Square, guests can get a better perspective on Tutankhamun along with mummies and different antiquities from Egypt's Ancient past.   Aswan Image Credit: Photo by Mo Gabrail on Unsplash Aswan is the third biggest city in Egypt and is situated on the eastern bank of the Nile River. Aswan is the name given to this city by Arabs, the prior name of the city was "Suno" which translates to 'The Market'. Aswan gives one of the most delightful perspectives of Egypt with the eye-catching views of the town on the eastern bank. Aswan is likewise a bonus for guests as it is flooding with brilliant markets, aromas, Pharaonic and roman remains and artifacts from the ancient spot of Nubia. The two most amazing destinations of Aswan town are the two principle islands-Kitchener which is a botanical garden and Elephantine which is a site having vestiges of ancient structures and a museum. Elephantine and Kitchener Island are worth the time and money spent on exploring these islands. The Elephantine Islands are the ideal escape to loosen up. The vivid Nubian towns in the focal point of the island are unique Egypt vacation spots and make for an incredible night walk. It is also recommended to take the boat to Angelika Island to study the Temple of Philae which is from the Ptolemaic and Roman era. The biggest landmark of the island is the sanctuary of Isis which takes up around one-fourth of the island. Aswan is currently known for its amazing views on the desert dunes and the Nile stream. Some other essential attractions are Aga Khan Mausoleum, Tombs of the Nobles and the Temple of Philae.   Abu Simbel Image Credit: Photo by AussieActive on Unsplash Abu Simbel comprises of two enormous stone temples made out of appreciation for the powerful King Ramses II. Cut out of the mountainside, the sanctuaries are enduring energy of Ramesses II and Nefertari. The temple is the most remarkable temple of all ancient Egypt. Indeed, even in a nation brimming with temples and tombs, Abu Simbel is something uncommon. This is Ramses II's extraordinary sanctuary, embellished with enormous sculpture placed outside, and with an inside luxuriously finished with artistic creations on the wall. The stone impressions of the lord and the lady seated on their thrones is a notable aspect of ancient Egypt. The temple was shifted elsewhere as a result of the rising waters of the lake during the 60s and this attraction creates a flow of tourists throughout.   White Desert Image Credit: Photo by Mariam Soliman on Unsplash Prepare to be stunned by the extraordinary white-hued rock arrangements of the White Desert, the Bedouin national park north of Farafra. This exceptional natural wonder consists of strangely molded chalk mountains with colossal arrangements of chalk running from snow white to cream in color, which likewise includes the sand dunes of the Great Sand Sea and the cliffs of the Farafra Depression. The white rocks have been molded by wind disintegration for a few centuries. The landscapes here look nothing short of magical, with white stones and chunks. For desert fans and travelers, this would be your ideal setting, while at the same time basking in the regular landscape. With its stunning natural beauty, it is among the most delightful spots to visit in Egypt. PS – Lookout for the Rhim and Dorcas gazelle, the latter of which roams the landscape at the White Desert.   Siwa Oasis Image Credit: Photo by Flo P on Unsplash This dazzling oasis, encompassed by date palm ranches and various freshwater springs, is one of the Western Desert's most pleasant spots. The town is based on the remnants of an immense mud-block fortress that ruled the view. This is the best spot to slow down and rejuvenate for a couple of days. Vacationers go to the city to appreciate the town's numerous freshwater springs, walk around sections of land of palm forests and to explore antiquated mud-fabricated fortifications and leftovers of Siwa's Greco-Roman past. Gurgling springs are in bounty here. One of the most famous is a stone pool known as Cleopatra's Bath. A segregated and more private pool is situated on an island in Lake Siwa. An outing to the nearby commercial center offers guests the chance to tour the city's rich culture and soak up the uniqueness the place has to offer.   Alexandria Image Credit: Photo by Peter Nicola on Unsplash Situated on the Northern Coast of Egypt, Alexandria or known as the "Pearl of the Mediterranean" or the "Social Capital of Egypt" is an ancient city in Egypt which is viewed as a significant tourist point of Egypt, the second biggest city of Egypt and furthermore a bustling trade port. Alexandria is enhanced with numerous sublime Greek landmarks, offering incredible touring chances to all and worth a visit for its numerous social attractions which provides deeper insights into its past. The city is definitely a standout amongst other Egypt destinations which would allow you to unwind and relax stress-free. Well known touring spots in Alexandria are Fort Qait Bey, Bibliotheca Alexandrina (one of the largest and most significant library in the ancient world) and Pompey's Pillar Alexandria which is a decent spot to chill with your friends and walk around the boulevards which are loaded up with cafés.   Sinai Image Credit: Photo by Irina Nakonechnaya on Unsplash Egypt's focal point for seashore fun is the South Sinai which is on the Sinai Peninsula. Sharm el-Sheik or, more than likely known as the City of Peace is a European-style resort brimming with lavish lodgings, universally known eateries, and a plethora of activities to offer. Sharm el-Sheik is one of the most well-known retreat towns in Egypt, situated at the tip of the Sinai Peninsula. With its warm, dark blue waters and extraordinary brilliant seashores, it would be hard to eliminate such a spot from your itinerary. Try not to pass up on the opportunity to snorkel or dive into the phenomenal reefs around Tiran Island and Ras Mohammed National Park, home to some incredibly vivid marine life. Sharm el-Sheik gives access into the desert, where you can visit Bedouin camps and climb Mount Sinai, an ancient biblical spot famously known for its optimal view of the sunrise.   Dahab Image Credit: Photo by Nassim Wahba on Unsplash Dahab is a serene budget beach town that goes easy on your bank account. Dahab, which implies gold in English, is one of the most-visited urban communities by travelers and Egyptians in Southeast Sinai. It is otherwise called Sinai's most-cherished diving spot, which makes it a go-to spot for diving or swimming enthusiasts. Any place you pick in the South Sinai will have an association with diving. The Red Sea is one of the top diving destinations on the planet. Apart from being the most celebrated national park inside Egypt, Ras Muhammad National Park also happens to be one of the most well-known diving sites. This attraction is tucked in the midst of the beautiful coral reefs and mangroves of the Red Sea just along with the inland desert of Sinai. It has completely clear waters that permit divers and swimming lovers to effectively view the dynamic corals and aquatic life. If you decide to take a boat for a ride further into the sea, you might even get to spot some dolphins, including Risso's Dolphin.   Nile Cruising Image Credit: Photo by Lea Kobal on Unsplash You can never be finished with a trip to Egypt without going on a journey on the Nile River. Regardless of whether you take it toward the beginning of the day or around evening time, in a boat or a felucca, the appeal of the Nile will blow your mind. For some guests, a multi-day voyage upon this much-admired Nile is a noteworthy feature of their Egypt trip. Cruising the Nile is likewise the most loosening up approach to see the sanctuaries that stud the banks of the waterway on the course among Luxor and Aswan. The two celebrated sights on a Nile Cruise are the Temple of Kom Ombo and Edfu's Temple of Horus, where all the large cruise ships make a halt. You can also opt to voyage the Nile by felucca which is Egypt's conventional wooden boat. Boats and cruises leave from both Luxor and Aswan, yet feluccas must be boarded for trips from Aswan. Egypt offers the most intriguing encounters to tourists and such an experience that cannot be compared to any other place else on the planet. Everything about Egypt leaves its visitors in amazement.THE PS – It is advisable to wear full-length clothing in Egypt, to regard the traditions and save yourself from some serious sunburn.   via GIPHY...

  • Perkara Yang Kami Rindu Di Hong Kong

    Artikel ini aslinya ditulis oleh Nazirah Nurfatin dalam bahasa Inggris. Kamu boleh membaca artikel dalam bahasa Inggris yang ditulisnya di sini. Hong Kong sememangnya ialah sebuah bandar yang penuh warna-warni, dengan adanya mercu tanda yang ikonik dan daya tarikan yang pelbagai. Terdapat banyak tempat yang boleh dilawati dan dihargai di sini. Hong Kong mempunyai banyak daya tarikan seperti bangunan-banungan tinggi, warisan tempatan dan makanan merupakan beberapa contoh daya tarikan yang menyinari Hong Kong. Namun, dengan keadaan semasa yang mana terdapat sekatan pelancongan, kita tidak dapat menikmati kesemua ini. Sebagai pelancong, lebih-lebih lagi mereka yang pernah ke Hong Kong walaupun hanya sekali, berikut ialah perkara-perkara yang mestinya amat dirindukan di Hong Kong! via GIPHY 1. Kawasan Kejiranan yang Warna-warni Kredit Gambar: Merlin Shaw di Unsplash   Hong Kong mempunyai kawasan kejiranan yang unik, dengan adanya beberapa kawasan kejiranan yang popular di kalangan selebriti, pemengaruh media sosial dan pelancong untuk bergambar di sana. Estet Choi Hung ialah salah satu kawasan yang terkenal, dengan warna-warna yang hidup dan lokasinya sendiri sudah menjadi satu daya tarikan pelancong dan juru gambar. Dikatakan, anda akan berasa seperti anda berada di tengah-tengah dunia apabila anda bergambar di sana. Kawasan lain yang terkenal merangkumi Estet Lok Wah dan Estet Ping Shek. Tempat-tempat tersebut memang tempat-tempat hangat di kalangan pelancong.  Kredit Gambar: Michael Rivera  di Unsplash Selain itu, kami juga akan merindukan bangunan-bangunan tinggi yang mempunyai kedai di bawahnya yang memenuhi kejiranan Hong Kong. Bangunan Yik Cheong menawarkan kemudahan seperti itu yang mana unit-unit rumah berada berdekatan dengan satu sama lain dan pelbagai kedai berada di bawah unit-unit tersebut. Ini memberikan peluang yang unik kepada para pelancong untuk menikmati seni bina kejiranan sana. Pastinya, kami merindukan keceriaan kawasan-kawasan kejiranan Hong Kong yang meningkatkan keunikan Hong Kong.    2. Makanan tempatan Kredit Gambar: SJ Baren di Unsplash Cakap sahaja tentang Hong Kong, anda pasti akan fikirkan tentang makanan tempatan popular mereka! Dim Sum buatan sendiri, tart telur, nasi itik panggang, daging lembu masak gulai (sedapnya!) dan banyak lagi. Untuk mendapatkan rasa dan pengalaman yang autentik makanan-makanan ini, Hong Kong sememangnya tempat paling sesuai. Memang anda boleh dapatkan makanan-makanan Hong Kong di merata tempat tetapi rasa yang autentik sudah pastinya di Hong Kong dan sangat dirindukan. Keenakan rasa daging lembu masak gulai yang Halal dari restoran Ma, pilihan yang banyak Dim Sum Halal dari menu di Islamic Centre Canteen atau tart telur dari Chrisly Bakery yang rapuh di dalam mulut (oh, betapa kami dambakannya!).  Kami juga akan rindukan pengalaman yang diraih sewaktu mendapatkan beberapa makanan tempatan Hong Kong. Saya pasti sesetengah daripada anda juga telah mengalami pengalaman beratur untuk mendapatkan dim sum atau tart telur yang terkenal, sambil mengambil bau di luar kedai-kedai itu.    3. Makanan-makanan Halal yang telah mendapat Bintang Michelin Kredit Gambar: bady qb di Unsplash Kami akan rindu makan makanan Halal yang telah meraih Bintang Michelin. Sebagai bandar kosmopolitan, Hong Kong menawarkan pelbagai jenis makanan dari seluruh dunia, termasuk makanan tempatan yang digabungkan dengan makanan Barat. Apabila terfikirkan tentang kualiti mantap dan rasa sedap antara makanan-makanan terbaik Halal di Hong Kong, membuatkan mulut kami terliur dan kami teringin sangat untuk makan makanan-makanan itu sekarang. Kredit Gambar: Bombay Dreams di Facebook Bombay Dreams, sebuah restoran makanan India, yang telah menerima Bintang Michelin, mempunyai dedikasi untuk menghidangkan antara makanan terbaik dari India Utara. Kami akan rindu makan di restoran ini, sambil menikmati suasana yang indah bersama teman-teman yang makan di situ bersama-sama kami.  Kredit Gambar: Imperial Patisserie di Facebook Tambahan pula, untuk orang-orang yang suka akan manisan seperti kami, kami akan rindu ke kedai roti yang baru mendapat sijil Halal iaitu kedai roti Imperial Patisserie. Kedai ini, yang juga telah dianugerahkan Bintang Michelin, menawarkan pelbagai manisan seperti biskut, kek, pastri. Reka bentuk kedai ini menggabungkan kedua-dua gaya moden dan tradisional yang memberikan aura nostalgik kepada para pembeli. Kami pasti akan rindu mendapatkan manisan-manisan dari kedai roti ini sebagai buah tangan untuk kawan-kawan dan ahli keluarga atau untuk diri sendiri.    4. Trem di Hong Kong Kredit Gambar: Ruel Del Jamorol di Unsplash Trem-trem di Hong Kong, yang juga dikenali sebagai tramways, merupakan mod pengangkutan popular di kalangan pelancong. Ini disebabkan tramways melintasi laluan pelbagai kawasan tarikan pelancong jadi membuatkannya senang untuk para pelancong jalan-jalan di Hong Kong. Tramways juga menawarkan alternatif yang lebih berpatutan untuk pelancong mengelilingi bandar ini, dengan melihat pemandangan-pemandangan indah dan bangunan-bangunan ikonik di seluruh Hong Kong. Bukan itu sahaja, ia juga mudah dilanggani; para penumpang boleh membeli Kad Octopus dengan senang di mana-mana stesen MTR dan gunakan kad tersebut untuk membayar yuran trem.  Kredit Gambar: Chromatograph di Unsplash Tramways sudah menapak sekian lama dalam sejarah Hong Kong, sebagai salah satu pengangkutan awam terawal di Hong Kong, yang telah bertahan dari waktu jajahan Inggeris sehingga sekarang. Melihat trem ini di jalan raya atau menaiki trem dapat membawa anda ke zaman dahulu dan memberikan memori indah. Pengalaman menaiki trem akan kami rindu kerana ia mengingatkan kami tentang keindahan dan keunikan Hong Kong melalui mercu tanda yang ikonik dan bangunan-bangunan yang kami lihat sewaktu menaiki trem.    5. Udara Dingin di Hong Kong Kredit Gambar: John O'Nolan di Unsplash Antara perkara yang kami akan rindu di Hong Kong ialah udara dinginnya. Cuaca Hong Kong dari Oktober hingga Disember dianggap sebagai masa terbaik kerana cuacanya dingin tetapi terang. Para pelancong sangat digalakkan untuk ke Hong Kong pada musim ini.  Mengimbas kembali kenangan kami sewaktu dapat melawat taman bertema seperti Hong Kong Disneyland dan memetik gambar-gambar yang cantik di Puncak Victoria dalam cuaca yang dingin itu, kami teringin sangat untuk kembali ke Hong Kong untuk mengalami pengalaman ini sekali lagi.     6. Keramahan di Hong Kong Kredit Gambar: Big Dodzy di Unsplash Hong Kong dikenali sebagai destinasi popular yang ramah-pelancong (tourist-friendly). Kebanyakan orang-orang Hong Kong boleh bertutur dalam Bahasa Inggeris dan mereka kerap memberi bantuan kepada pendatang dari luar negeri. Terdapat juga orang-orang tempatan di stesen-stesen keretapi yang tidak jemu memberikan bantuan kepada para pelancong yang mengalami kesukaran untuk ke merata tempat dalam bandar ini.   Selain itu, jalan raya dan tanda di jalanan ada juga dalam Bahasa Inggeris, membuatkan para pelancong lebih mudah mencari jalan di bandar ini. Kami akan rindu keramahan yang sangat baik daripada orang-orang tempatan di Hong Kong demi memastikan para pelancong dapat melancong dengan selesa dan selamat.    7. Budaya dan Warisan Tempatan Kredit Gambar: Hong Kong Museum of History Adakah anda rindu untuk mempelajari lebih lanjut tentang budaya dan warisan tempatan di Hong Kong? Saya memang rindukannya! Hong Kong menawarkan pelbagai mercu tanda yang ikonik, bangunan-bangunan bersejarah dan muzium-muzium yang memberikan anda pandangan mendalam tentang kekayaan sejarah dan budaya di Hong Kong.  Muzium Sejarah Hong Kong menonjolkan pelbagai pameran dan artefak yang merentasi 8 galeri. Anda boleh mempelajari banyak tentang budaya dan warisan Hong Kong kerana muzium ini menyerlahkan pembangunan Hong Kong dan mempamerkan peristiwa-peristiwa penting dan orang-orang yang telah memainkan peranan penting dalam pembangunan Hong Kong. Terdapat juga tapak-tapak warisan Cina dan Penjajah yang kita boleh lawati untuk mengetahui lebih lanjut tentang sejarah dan budaya Hong Kong. Kami akan rindu berganjak-ganjak ke muzium-muzium dan melawati tapak-tapak terkenal warisan dan budaya di Hong Kong.  Itu dia, 7 perkara yang kami akan rindu di Hong Kong. Walaupun kami tidak lagi dapat kebebasan untuk melancong atas sebab situasi yang kurang baik ini, kami berharap anda tidak akan lupakan semua memori indah anda sepanjang berada di Hong Kong. Mungkin, apabila situasi kembali pulih, anda boleh menikmati memori-memori ini sekali lagi dan membuat memori baharu dengan melawati tempat-tempat lain di Hong Kong. Artikel ini disampaikan kepada anda oleh Lembaga Pelancongan Hong Kong.  via GIPHY...

  • Manners & Dua Series - Part 5 | Virtues of Subhanallahi Wa-Bihamdihi

    With how fast-paced and busy everyday life is, it is easy for us to lose ourselves in our daily activities. Sometimes it is good to take a moment to pause and remind ourselves of Allah SWT and our Deen, with a short but very meaningful statement; Subhanallahi Wa-Bihamdihi. Here are some Hadiths that show us how great and meaningful Subhanallahi Wa-Bihamdihi is. Image Credit: Photo by Ashkan Forouzani on Unsplash Abu Hurairah (RA) narrated: The Messenger of Allah (AWS) said, "There are two statements that are light for the tongue to remember, heavy in the Scales and are dear to the Merciful: سبحان الله وبحمده، سبحان الله العظيم "Subhan-Allahi wa bihamdihi, Subhan-Allahil-Azim" (Glory be to Allah and His is the praise, (and) Allah, the Greatest is free from imperfection) [Al-Bukhari and Muslim]. Abu Dharr (RA) narrated: The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said to me, "Shall I tell you the expression that is most loved by Allah?" It is  سبحان الله وبحمده، 'Subhan-Allahi wa bihamdihi' (Allah is free from imperfection and His is the praise)'." [Muslim]. Rabi’ah bin Ka’b Al-Aslami narrated: that he used to spend the night outside the door of the Messenger of Allah (SAW), and he used to hear the Messenger of Allah (SAW) saying at night:  سُبْحَانَ اللَّهِ رَبِّ الْعَالَمِينَ “Subhan Allahi Rabbil-‘alamin (Glory is to Allah, the Lord of the worlds),” repeating that for a while, then he said: سُبْحَانَ اللَّهِ وَبِحَمْدِهِ Subhan Allahi wa bihamdihi (Glory and praise is to Allah).” (Sunan Ibn Majah) Aishah (RA) reported: Prior to his demise, the Messenger of Allah (SAW) used to supplicate frequently: سبحان الله وبحمده، أستغفر الله، وأتوب إليه Subhan Allahi wa bihamdihi; Astaghfirullaha wa atubu ilaihi (Allah is free from imperfection, and I begin with praising Him. I beg forgiveness from Allah and I turn to Him in repentance." [Al-Bukhari and Muslim]. Juwairiyah bint Al-Harith (RA) reported: The Prophet (SAW) came out from my apartment in the morning as I was busy in performing the dawn prayer. He came back in the forenoon and found me sitting there. The Prophet (SAW) said, "Are you still in the same position as I left you." I replied in the affirmative. Thereupon the Prophet said, "I recited four words three times after I had left you. If these are to be weighed against all you have recited since morning, these will be heavier. These are: سبحان الله وبحمده عدد خلقه، ورضا نفسه، وزنة عرشه، ومداد كلماته Subhan-Allahi wa bihamdihi, `adada khalqihi, wa rida nafsihi, wa zinatah `arshihi, wa midada kalimatihi [Allah is free from imperfection and I begin with His praise, as many times as the number of His creatures, in accordance with His Good Pleasure, equal to the weight of His Throne and equal to the ink that may be used in recording the words (for His Praise)]." [Muslim] Abu Huraira (RA) narrated: Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) said, "Whoever says, سبحان الله وبحمده 'Subhan Allah wa bihamdihi,' one hundred times a day, will be forgiven all his sins even if they were as much as the foam of the sea. (Sahih al-Bukhari)   Let us follow the Prophetic manners & Dua (sunnah) and incorporate these into our daily lives.  ...

  • 9 Honeymoon Destinations You Have Yet To Discover In Malaysia

    You must have heard that Malaysia is slowly easing its traveling restriction. Even though international travel has yet to be permitted, domestic traveling is possible. Thus, we can take this opportunity to discover the hidden gems in Malaysia. Who says that you need to go far for a honeymoon gateway? And if you think that Malaysia is not an ideal location for a honeymoon destination, you might want to reconsider that! via GIPHY Check out these 9 romantic honeymoon destinations in Malaysia! 1. Rawa Island Image Credit: Rawa Island Resort Skip the more popular islands like Tioman Island and Perhentian Island and head straight to Rawa Island to discover the pristine beauty of this island. This small island is located in the vicinity of Johor Bahru, despite its small size, there are plenty of activities to do here!In Pulau Rawa, you can book one out of the two resorts that are available here; Alang's Rawa Resort and Rawa Island Resort. Both would give you some of the best views of the vast sea and amazing packages for various water activities. If you're bringing kids, let them have fun at the water slides! Apart from water activities that you can do in Pulau Rawa, you can hike The Hilltop Walk, which only takes around 40 minutes. It's worth the effort and time once you reach the top because the panoramic view of Rawa Island is something you and your spouse shouldn't miss. 2. The Banjaran Hotsprings, Ipoh Image Credit:The Banjaran Hotsprings Retreat, Ipoh on Facebook Ipoh is a city full of cultural trails and historical monuments. You and your spouse may choose to explore Ipoh because of its heritage, but what I want to highlight here is The Banjaran Hotsprings Retreat. The Banjaran Hotsprings Retreat will give you a one in a lifetime experience and a perfect choice for your luxurious honeymoon getaway. The Banjaran Hotsprings Retreat is Malaysia's first natural Hotsprings wellness. You can relax and enjoy nature here while being surrounded by limestone hills, rainforest, natural caves, and waterfalls. Explore the caves, visit the library, or take a dip in the geothermal hot spring. With the resort having about 45 villas available and no kids below 12 are allowed to stay, The Banjaran Hotsprings Retreat will guarantee you an intimate time with your spouse. Do take note that alcohol is served throughout the resort. 3. Mabul Island Image Credit: Tourmab Mabul Island is located in Sabah and is a popular destination for divers. But this doesn't mean Mabul Island is not for you! The aqua ocean and beautiful reefs will reel you in. If you and your spouse enjoy snorkeling and kayaking, then you should check out this island. Isn't it nice to be kayaking on a Molokini, a transparent kayak, and witness the underwater marine life? Definitely, a good alternative if you can't dive or snorkel. Once you have experienced the water activities, go ahead and watch the sunset with your spouse. Mabul Island offers you a great view of both sunrise and sunset. Another activity that you should do here is stargazing. With low light pollution, you can witness the Milky Way galaxy at night. What a way to end the day with your loved ones! 4. Bentong Image Credit: Ryan Chu on Unsplash If you are considering Genting Highlands as your honeymoon destination, you might want to check out Bentong instead. Located on the western side of Pahang, you can escape the hectic city life and enjoy what nature has to offer you here. Of course, the things that you should be looking forward to will be exploring nature. Known for its mountainous terrains, you may see yourself surrounded in greeneries. Enjoy the fresh air with your spouse at the Japanese Garden or picnic by Lentang Recreational Forest. When planning for a place to stay at, you should check out these Muslim-friendly resorts in Janda Baik; Chengal Hill Retreat and Fifty4Ferns. They only served Halal food and no alcohol allowed on their premises. 5. Serendah Another foresty destination you may want to consider is Serendah. This destination is best if you and your spouse are an outdoor person. Discover the beauty of Waterfall Forest Park Kanching. Be ready to hike through the 7 levels of Kanching Waterfall as the difficulty varies at each level. If you want to skip the hiking and head for adrenaline activities, there's dirt biking that you can try at Moto Maniac. Also, it is worth checking out Sekeping Serendah Retreats. Providing an eco-tourism accommodation, you can spend quality time with your significant others away from the bustling city life. Think about the greeneries and the meal shared under the stars, it will definitely leave great memories for both of you! 6. Kuching Image Credit: Farizal Resat on Unsplash Experience the beauty of what Kuching has to offer by renting a Sampan down the Sarawak River. Kuching is not only about the stunning waterfront, but also a city full of cultural and historical aspects. Go on a museum hop with your significant others like the Sarawak Museum. Discover places to shop at and dine in at the Waterfront after taking a relaxing walk. Also, don't forget to view the Kuching Mosque and marvel at its incredible architecture. As Kuching means "cat" in Malay, you should not miss out on the Cat Museum. To add up a little bit of adventure to your honeymoon getaway, how about hunting down the cat statues around the city? But let me break it to you that the city's name might not be derived from the Malay word. Then again, it is worth discovering all these cat elements around the city. 7. Malacca Image Credit: Tammy on Unsplash Being one of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Malacca has so many to offer to everyone. Considering Malacca as your honeymoon destination won't be a disappointment. Explore the historical landmark with your spouse and discover various museums that you can visit. After a long day walking around the town, hopping from one museum to another, it's time to hunt down for food. And isn't it fun to hunt down food with your loved ones? Malacca has arrays of food stalls ranging from local, Westerns, Chinese to fusions. Beat the heat by getting your sweet tooth fix at Klebang Original Coconut Shake or Cendol Kampung Hulu. No matter how long you are planning to stay in Malacca, the choices of Halal or Muslim-friendly food are endless! 8. Lake Kenyir Image Credit: MOHD HAFIZ YAHYA on Unsplash Believe it or not, Lake Kenyir is a man-made lake, said to be the largest in Malaysia. Located in Hulu Terengganu, this destination is set for couples who love outdoor, and definitely those who are not scared of water. Fishing is one of the popular activities here as river fish has adapted to its ecology. You can also go for jungle trekking and caving and experience the nature around. Lake Kenyir offers a once in a lifetime experience to spend a night on a houseboat. There are some other resorts and chalets that you can choose from, but why not go for something different and create special experiences with your significant other. 9. Kuala Lumpur Image Credit: Izuddin Helmi Adnan on Unsplash Lastly, in this list, let's not forget about the capital city of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur. This metropolis city has so much to offer. There are endless options to shop, various food stalls to eat at, and so many things to discover. Of course, one of the touristy things to do is to witness the Petronas Twin Tower. If you are craving some local street food and want to experience the feel of a night market, there is Tapak Street for you to check out. You can also take a walk at the KL Forest Eco Park, suitable for anyone as it is not as rugged as any hiking trails. Kuala Lumpur might be deemed as an overrated city to visit, but if you look at every nook of what this city has to offer, it is worthwhile. After all, you are visiting with the love of your life, so there is nothing that can beat that! Do you believe it now that Malaysia owns some of the best honeymoon destinations? These 9 destinations might not seem romantic at first glance, but now that you know they are, isn't it time to start planning? And once it is safe to travel, set off with your significant others for an incredible journey together. via GIPHY...



Score from 0 user
  • profile-image
    Hendyw

    Setiap hari ada kajian rutin yang bisa diikuti saudara/i sekalian. Kajian spesial setiap hari rabu bada dzuhur.