Nicknamed "Little Mosque", the Islamic Center of Geneva represents the oldest Islamic Center in Europe. The Center was founded by an Egyptian man known as Said Rahman in 1965.

Geneva, Switzerland



Nicknamed "Little Mosque", the Islamic Center of Geneva represents the oldest Islamic Center in Europe. The Center was founded by an Egyptian man known as Said Rahman in 1965.


Islamic Center of Geneva 104, rue des Eaux-Vives Les Eaux-Vives Geneva 1207 Switzerland

Phone No

+41 22 736 75 86



Language of service

Arabic/ English


All prayers including formal jum'a

Quick Facts

  • Female prayer section
  • Wudu facilities for ladies
  • Toilets
  • Function rooms
  • No Halal dish found.
  • Have A Memorable Stay At These 12 Cool and Trendy Places In Singapore!

    There are plenty of cool, trendy and fresh places for a staycation in Singapore. Below are recommendations that fit the theme, some being more Muslim-friendly than others - so do weigh your options carefully such as factoring proximity to the mosque and Halal eateries in the area. We arranged these unique accommodations (hotels, hostels and glamping option) by location for your ease of planning. Here's Why The Great Madras Should Be Your Next Staycation Spot The City 1) Lloyd's Inn Picture: LloydsInn Lloyd’s Inn used to be a popular budget hotel more than twenty decades ago, but since the makeover and rebranding a few years back, it’s now a sought-after trendy and chic choice of staycation. With minimalist and clean look, this boutique hotel immediately charms you. If you want an escape yet still feel connected to the city, it is the perfect option thanks to its location - in one of the inner-city residential area. The main minus point is perhaps there’s no in-house F&B but certainly not the biggest drawbacks since there are plenty of eateries nearby such as the Halal nasi padang, Warung M.Nasir as well as supermarket. For breakfast (which is included in the room rate), you can redeem the vouchers provided at the nearby cafes - Freshly Baked and Killiney Kopitiam. You can also utilise its common outdoor pantry where microwaves, vending machines along with tea and coffee making facilities are provided. Choose one of the sleek, white-themed rooms and create your own spa experience in the semi-open toilet and shower space. There is a roof terrace, wading pool (not for swimming though) and a garden to savour outdoor moments in this oasis. Address: 2 Lloyd Rd, Singapore 239091Price Range: SGD150 – SGD300Contact: +65 6737 7309Email: mail@lloydsinn.comWebsite: LloydsInn Little India 2) The Great Madras Picture: TheGreatMadras Easily accessed by MRT, The Great Madras has recently undergone a complete makeover and is now managed by a new owner. The art deco hotel is a blend in of vintage furniture and fitting, freshly painted wall in pastels, beautiful designed wallpaper and bright neon lights signage. The open-air lobby captivates you to linger just a bit longer - here you will find a little barber tucked by the lift and laundromats parked against the wall alongside the old cinema chairs. Picture: TheGreatMadras At the front corner, sits a Spanish bistro called The Great Mischief. It invites you to sample its dishes made from Halal sourced ingredients. Their 35 rooms come in varying sizes to suit any type of travellers and budgets. The hostel options are all available with shared bathrooms (shower and toilet in one room) and there’s also a women-only hostel. Not only will you be glad that all rooms are complete with modern comfort facilities, there is also a prayer room available on the premise and a small outdoor pool waiting for a dip. The Great Madras is one of Singapore's hipster hangout places that is Muslim-friendly. Address: 28 Madras Street, 208422 SingaporePrice Range: SGD80 - SGD350Contact: + 65 - 6914 1515Email: guestservice@thegreatmadras.comWebsite: TheGreatMadras 3) The Daulat Picture: TheDaulat Once an old British shophouse in Little India, 16 rooms at The Daulat have been installed to meet contemporary and luxurious needs of its modern customers. The interior is Middle Eastern inspired and rooms are freshly painted in white. As you land on the handpicked 300-thread count linen, you will surely fall asleep instantly on its comfortable Sealy “Posturepedic Mattress” bed. Wake up to a cup of coffee in the morning from the provided Nespresso machine. The bathroom amenities from London’s Penhaligon brand awaits you for a luxurious rain shower accompanied by music from its Geneva audio system. Check out the loft style room where sleeping area occupies the mezzanine which separates the living area. A complimentary Halal Western breakfast can be enjoyed at Santap Café in the lobby. If you're tired from binging the free DVDs, pop by upstairs to have a dip in its rooftop pool. Address: 16 Madras Street, Singapore 208413Price Range: SGD130 - SGD280Contact: +65 6408 5555Email: guestservice@thedaulat.comWebsite: TheDaulat Singapore Riverside To get to the following 3 hotels, you can access the closest MRT at Clarke Quay. You can also take advantage of the free shuttle bus provided at the Millennium and Copthorne riverside hotels. 4) Studio M Picture: MilleniumHotels Studio M has a small lobby decorated with white fitting and long chandeliers dazzling from the high ceiling to welcome you into this fully loft-inspired designer hotel. All their rooms are able to accommodate 2 adults and 1 child (below 12 years old). They also offer elevated ceilings with an exclusive view of the city. Designed by an Italian architect, you can ride their see-thru lifts while glancing at the contemporary outdoor living which features a 25m lap pool, outdoor gym and jet pool. Enjoy breakfast with style at a dedicated area on Level 2, an intimate oasis of tranquility before taking a nice stroll along the river. Address: No. 3 Nanson Road Singapore 238910Price Range: SGD150 – SGD400Contact: +65 6808 8888Email: SMH@millenniumhotels.comWebsite: MilleniumHotels 5) M Social Singapore Picture: MillenniumHotels A modern and contemporary Italian designed hotel, M Social will not only provide a chic staycation, but it will also give you a new experience. The outside lobby features a funky mural which welcomes you as you enter, and beautiful tiles decorated the floor. Be fascinated by its automated room service robot and during breakfast, there’ll be a robot cooking eggs for you as well. Choose any of its 293 chic rooms – from the small yet cozy Alcove Room to spacious loft style rooms. There’s an infinity pool available for a good swim. Try the modern Asian cuisine at their Beast And Butterfly Restaurant - though not Halal certified, it serves plenty of seafood and vegetarian dishes. Their Dessert selection will impress you – try the chef recommended dessert such as yam brûlée or rojak ice cream toast. There’s Freshbox Locker at the lobby, should you want some healthy meal from Saladstop to be delivered to the chilled locker – their poultry is Halal sourced and some salad dressing contains no alcohol. Address: 90 Robertson Quay, Singapore 238259Price Range: SG$130 – SG$300Contact: +65 6206 1888Email: reservations.mss@millenniumhotels.comWebsite: MillenniumHotels 6) The Warehouse Hotel Singapore Website: TheWareHouseHotel Part of the prestigious Design Hotel portfolio, The Warehouse Hotel is notably a 37-room reborn and restored heritage building in a spot of what used to be the hotbed of trade and shipping activities. A particularly beautiful hotel that has received numerous accolades, with peaked roofs and shuttered windows. You will be impressed by the edgy industrial open plan lobby decorated with a set of designer furniture. You can admire the historic conservation details including original beams and a soaring peaked ceiling. The rooms offer a perfect balance of light and darkness. You will experience a unique boutique stay from its best feature such as Bang & Olufsen Bluetooth speakers, custom mattresses, 100% eco-certified Ashley & Co bath amenities, eco-friendly Nordaq water bottles and an infinity pool. Pop by Po is the hotel's flagship restaurant. Although not halal certified, they have an alcohol-free signature dessert, the Ice Cream Popiah. Address: 320 Havelock Road, Robertson Quay, Singapore 169628Price Range: SGD240- SGD650Contact: +65 6828 0000Email: reservations@thewarehousehotel.comWebsite: TheWareHouseHotel Central - South 7) Villa Samadhi Singapore by Samadhi Picture: VillaSamadhi Villa Samadhi is a 20-room boutique hotel charmingly decorated with teak furnishings that exude old colonial charm in a renovated black and white house, tucked away from the hustle and bustle city life surrounded by the lush natural greenery. Complimentary welcoming high tea, shuttle to Vivocity, king size bed in each room, and a common area library with an extensive collection of books are some of the unique features to look for when you stay in this spacious villa. If you are after the Crib room with a wooden bath, do indicate your interest. For an added touch of privacy, the Luxe Sarang room will serve as your own sanctuary equip with private garden and pool. If the short walk through the rainforest from your room to the breakfast place is not enough, you may want to explore the nearby coastal Labrador Park, Mount Faber, and Southern Ridges. The must-visit during your stay is the stand-alone Tamarind Hill Restaurant for its stunning venue. It is only a few minutes stroll via a jungle boardwalk and it offers exquisite Thai and Shan cuisine.  Although they are not Halal certified, there offer plenty of vegetarian and seafood dishes from its long menu. Address: 20 Labrador Villa Road, Singapore 119193Price Range: SGD280 – SGD850Contact: +603 9212 9363Email: VillaSamadhi East - Changi 8) Raintr33 Hotel Singapore Picture: Raintr33hotel Another colonial building stay that we recommend is tucked in the tranquil greenery of Changi Village. Raintr33 Hotel maybe a bit out of the way, but rooms are generally big – for example, Mulberry is the smallest available at 24 m². Maintaining the old style, expect to climb stairs since no lift is available – fret not as it’s only 3 floors high and there are only 2 blocks. Ensure you ask for a room that gives you as much privacy as possible, away from Red Beret bar/restaurant which sometimes can be noisy at night. Their restaurant is not Halal certified so you may want to dine out instead, taking advantage of the numerous delicious eateries or hawker stalls nearby. For a large get-together, you can plan for a barbeque. The facility located at the lower pool deck amidst the lush greenery with a spacious outdoor space. For activities to do, you can walk around the surrounding or ride a bicycle provided by the hotel to explore the Changi Boardwalk and Changi Beach Club situated only minutes away. You can also visit Changi Point, Loyang Park Connector, or go to Pulau Ubin from Changi Ferry Terminal. Address: 33 Hendon Road Singapore 509673Price Range: SGD100 – SGD250Email: reservations@raintr33hotel.comContact: +65 6653 3833Website: Raintr33hotel 9) The Pod Picture: ThePodCapsuleHotel There are plenty of complimentary services available at this new establishment such as buffet breakfast, Wi-Fi, toiletries (including toothbrush and toothpaste), local calls, drinking water and a facility for work requiring laptops in the business pods. The capsule room comes with personal lockers. There are 3 types of dormitory though mostly are singles (mixed, female or male only) or bigger queen size suite pod (30 m²). Featuring front or side entry, each capsule comes with a clothes rack with hanger, power socket, a reading light, and fold-down table. A touch of luxury accompanies the capsules with 300 thread count sheets and a fluffy duvet. Address: 289 Beach Road Level 3 Singapore 199552Price Range: SGD40 - SGD100Contact: +65 6298 8505Email: info@thepodcapsulehotel.comWebsite: ThePodCapsuleHotel 10) CUBE Boutique Capsule Hotel – Kampong Glam Picture: CubeHotels This capsule hotel is nestled in a restored shophouse block right in the heart of Kampung Glam (Singapore hipster hangout place) and minutes away from the Sultan Masjid Mosque. Private rooms that can sleep 4, 6 and 8 people as well as female private rooms are available. You will appreciate the fluffy duck-feather duvet, 250 thread-count linens, complimentary buffet breakfast, free Wi-Fi and free washing and dryer (only 1 set provided). The common area includes in-house café, a library, a terrace, and a kitchen, should you want to cook. As for lockers, you will be given 3 – outside for footwear, storage for luggage, and a safe in the cube for personal belongings. Be mindful that there is no lift. For planning activities to do in Singapore, the Singapore Visitor Centre is located on the premise to assist with tour arrangement or ticketing services. Address: 54, 55, 56 Bussorah Street, Bugis, Singapore, 199471 SingaporePrice Range: SGD45 – SGD370Contact: +65 6291 1696Email: reservationskg@cubestay.sWebsite: CubeHotels 11) Glamping City Picture: AsiaStyleAsia Founded in 2017 by Ryan Lam, Glamping City claimed to provide a “luxury unique camping experience”. They are offering 2 locations – for Sentosa location campers can enjoy air-conditioning tent with electrical supply, mini-fridge, and private toilet. Tent available for couples, big groups or families of 6 adults. Don’t forget to ask for complimentary board games. Address: East Coast Park                SentosaOperating Hours: Check-in: 3PM                               Check-out: 10AMPrice Range: SGD170 - SGD240Contact: +65 9651 1114Email:, or business@glampingcity.comWebsite: GlampingCity 12) Glamping Society Picture: GlampingSociety Meet the first glamping provider in Singapore with its vision to serve a “top-notch quality service”. The tent is available in 4 different sizes (sleeps from 2 to 8 people). The tent at Punggol comes with air-conditioning and power outlets – only no showering facilities and no BBQ facilities. Address: Area G East Coast Park (Pit 65 to Pit 76)                Punggol Container Park (50 Punggol East)Operating Hours: Check-in: 3P                              Check-out: 12 pm .                              Punggol: Daily                              East Coast Park: WeekendsPrice Range: SGD120 - SGD300Contact: +65 9384 1244 or +65 8751 5339 on weekdaysEmail: Hello@glampingsociety.comWebsite: GlampingSocietyOperating Hours: Check-in: 3PM                              Check-out: 12 pm .                                Daily (Punggol) and Weekends( East Coast Park)NOTE: Add-on charges apply for special occasions and they take any special request such as for parties, retreat, festivals, or any customized theme. As for food, you can choose one of the packages with meal included, or you can fire up the barbeque – advance booking required. You may also choose whether to dine out or get a takeaway. What are you waiting for? Begin planning a chic and trendy staycation in Singapore now! 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  • Switzerland Next On Your Bucket List? Here Are 7 Reasons Why You Need To Visit To Spectacular Switzerland

    Have you heard the saying, ‘The best things come in small packages’? Well, we couldn’t describe the stunning destination of Switzerland any better. Although small in size, this European gem is known to be one of the most beautiful destinations on earth and in our humble opinion, puts most others to shame. Most of the time, just looking at pictures of it gives us a serious case of wanderlust! From breath-taking snow-capped mountain peaks to lush green landscapes to majestic lakes, ancient castles, adrenaline pumping activities and friendly people, and so much more, Switzerland offers a once-in-a-lifetime experience even for the most frequent of travelers. via GIPHY We could honestly come up with a million and one reasons for you to visit Switzerland if we tried, (yes, it’s THAT incredible, and that’s how much we love it) but here are our 7 top reasons as to why Switzerland should be number one on your bucket list! Find Attractions near you in Switzerland Find a Halal Restaurant near you in Switzerland   1. It's B-E-A-U-tiful! No matter where you look and where you go, your eyes will be met with the most postcard-perfect sights. Picturesque mountains covered in greenery or snow (depending on when you visit), crystal clear lakes that are more beautiful than anything you could ever dream of, world-renowned glaciers, and mesmerizing waterfalls are just a few things that contribute to the jaw-dropping natural beauty of Switzerland. A trip to Switzerland is most certainly incomplete without a visit to the Matterhorn, the Swiss National Park, Lake Geneva, Jungfraujoch, Lake Lugano, Mount Pilatus, the horse-shoe shaped lake of Oeschinensee and the largest waterfall in Europe; Rhine Falls, just to name a few. So be sure to add these to your must-see list, so you don’t miss out on the best of the best! Places like the Matterhorn are in fact not just the most beautiful of its kind in Switzerland, but instead the whole world! It’s no surprise that pictures of it are commonly found on chocolate boxes and postcards, and most other things associated with the country.   2. It’s Oh-So Sweet... The fact that Switzerland is the birthplace of chocolate - yup, you read that right! - will be reason enough for most of you to start planning your next holiday to the country. In the 1800’s the first chocolate bar was created in Switzerland, and from then on, the Swiss have been mastering the art of producing the best chocolate ever. Smooth, rich, and creamy bars of chocolate from the world’s best brands such as Lindt, Toblerone, and Cailler can be found throughout the country. Numerous chocolate tasting spots have popped up across Switzerland. Chocolate aficionados can even take a factory tour to not only observe chocolate being made, but also sample it, and learn about the traditions and history behind it.   3. ...And Way Too Cheesy! Cheese is another thing you cannot leave Switzerland without trying. The country produces a variety of cheeses that come in all tastes and textures. Head to Gruyères for a bit of Swiss cheese sampling, and when it gets a bit chilly outside, get all comfy indoors and indulge in a pot of traditional Swiss cheese fondue! This bubbling cheese dish can be found throughout the year in Switzerland’s French side - from chalets in the remote countryside to top-notch hotels in the city, but only during winter months in the rest of the country. Muslim tourists looking to indulge in this gooey pot of deliciousness will have to make sure the fondue they order is alcohol-free, as distilled brandy is commonly used.   4. The Slopes Switzerland is known as much for its skiing and snowboarding opportunities as it is for its chocolate, and stunning natural scenery. The country’s numerous alpine ski resorts offer a variety of easily accessible terrains and slopes to suit any ski level, and not just the experts. What better way to up the ante on your Swiss winter getaway, than to cruise down the slopes of the country’s most majestic mountains in Zermatt, St Moritz, or Verbier, while taking in the magnificent views?! While the ski resorts here are known to be pricey, in our opinion, there is no better place in Europe for you to hit the slopes and have some fun in the snow than Switzerland!   5. Historic Cities If old world charm is what you’re on the lookout for when on holiday, Switzerland has managed to perfect the preservation of its medieval towns, all while developing its surroundings, so you’re in for a real treat! Most Swiss cities today are a combination of old and new - with some like Zurich having an Old Town area that has still managed to keep its charm - with cobblestone pathways, museums and architecture all lending to its story. For history buffs, a visit to these old towns definitely adds on to the quintessential Swiss experience. 6. Its Location With Switzerland finding itself located in the heart of Europe, and with its transport system being so accessible and dependable, not only can you pay Switzerland a visit, but you can also drop into places like France, Italy, Germany, Austria and Liechtenstein for a quick visit by train! Why just plan a trip to only Switzerland, when you could see other countries too? You don’t have to convince us otherwise!   7. Its Watches Photo credit - Ever heard of watch brands TAG Heuer and Rolex? And what about Omega and Schaffhausen? Yes, they’re all Swiss made! World-renowned for its watches, Switzerland is the perfect place to purchase your next luxuriously crafted time piece! Although the purchase won’t be easy on your wallet, it’s most certainly an investment we think you won’t regret making in the long run ;) If you’re curious about Switzerland being Muslim-friendly, then here's our opinion on it. Finding Halal food near you in Switzerland won’t be easy, but it won’t be entirely impossible either, since there's a small percentage of Muslims residing in places such as Geneva and Zürich. If you’re also wondering if you’ll be able to find Mosques and prayer places near you in Switzerland, there are actually a handful. You'll be able to locate Halal restaurants and mosques in Switzerland with the help of the Halaltrip Mobile App. We’re sure the above reasons are enough to convince you to plan a visit to Switzerland, so time to get packing! via GIPHY Find a Halal Hotel near you in Switzerland Go on a Halal Trip with us!...

  • 9 Muslim-Friendly Honeymoon Destinations & Romantic Vacations

    A romantic getaway is an ultimate way to spend more time with your spouse and travel! Travel not only gives you rich experiences that are memorable for life, it also helps you get closer to your partner.If you're planning to get married and are looking for the top travel destinations to visit with your soulmate, fear not because you've come to the right place! Whether you're looking to splurge or pamper your girl or guy, we've got you covered orwith all these Muslim-friendly holiday destinations ideas! Here are some of the best honeymoon destinations and romantic vacations in 2018 for Muslim-friendly travel! Credit-   1. Abu Dhabi Who doesn't love all that luxury and elegance that the Emiratis enjoy? Dubai is one of the top tourist destinations in the world for Muslim families and couples! In Abu Dhabi, you can live the high life in luxury hotels and 5-star restaurants. You can also try out unique activities like desert safaris, camel rides, and more. If you're in the mood for a unique honeymoon, then you could choose a desert retreat, which are lush resorts set in the middle of the -you guessed it- dessert! If the idea of spending alone time with you're loved one in the middle of nowhere under a sky filled with stars doesn't sound romantic, we don't know what does! Of course, as Abu Dhabi is in UAE, a Muslim country, you won't have any trouble finding Halal food or mosques. In fact, a tour of the city's majestic mosques is a must! Find nearby Halal food places in Abu Dhabi Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in Abu Dhabi   2. Greece The country of Greece has an air of mystique and magic about it that it will make you fall head over heels in love with it – and with each other! Greece is home to a bunch of islands, and you cannot go wrong choosing any of them, but Athens is one of the best places to travel to in 2018 purely in terms of availability of Halal Food. You could also opt for seafood as it is wildly popular, but make sure that no alcohol or animal products have been used. You can explore historic monuments like the pantheon, take a stroll with your soulmate through the charming streets, or tuck yourselves away in your own private villa. Other popular honeymoon destinations in Greece include Santorini, Crete, etc. There is only one official mosque in Athens, but plenty of prayer places around the city. Find nearby Halal food places in Greece Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in Greece   3. Sri Lanka If the sound of sun, sand, and sea is appealing to you, then you might want to consider whisking your loved one away on a romantic break to the island of Sri Lanka! Sri Lanka is a small island, which means you're never too far away from the sea. There are plenty of locations for you to choose from like Trincomalee up north or Galle down South with gorgeous beaches, resort, spas, and more. Kalpitiya is also a great option if you're in the mood for fun activities like whale watching, kite surfing, diving, and fishing. You could also skip the beach entirely and cosy up in the colder regions like Kandy and Nuwara Eliya in the hillside. No matter where you choose to go, you should have your pick of luxury hotels, budget hotels and private villas. Halal food is never too far away as Muslims are the largest minority in the country, and there many mosques all over the country as well. Find nearby Halal food places in Sri Lanka Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in Sri Lanka   4. South Africa Are you and your beau nature and animal-lovers? Then a romantic getaway in South Africa is exactly the perfect mix of excitement and privacy a holiday with your lover requires. Marvel at the majesty of the animals like lions in their natural habitat or enjoy the country's gorgeous coastlines and nature trails. In Cape Town, the country's capital, you can try fun activities like hiking, rappelling, and even shark diving! But just because the holiday is based around nature doesn't mean you have to rough it out! South Africa has many luxury hotels and reserves where you can spend some much needed alone time. As for Halal food, South Africa has plenty of Halal restaurants, but do look the particular city up before visiting. Your hotel might even be able to cater to you, just make a request in advance. Find nearby Halal food places in South Africa Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in South Africa   5. Malaysia Malaysia is one of the best countries for a budget-friendly vacation, and the best part is that there is so much to do! You can visit beautiful buildings like the twin towers, go shopping, enjoy nature, and eat your heart out! If you are looking for affordable all-inclusive honeymoon packages, you could also choose to stick to a single “attraction” like Langkawi, which is an archipelago of islands off Malaysia. Genting Highlands is another attraction that is worth an overnight stay. Shopping in Malaysia can be an expensive affair, or dirt cheap, depending on where you choose to shop. If you and your spouse are foodies, Malaysia should be at the top of your “must-visit” countries because it is a Muslim majority country. Therefore, you can find food of all cuisines, price ranges and themes everywhere you go! Mosques are available aplenty in the country and many tourist spots, shopping malls, etc. have prayer rooms. Find nearby Halal food places in Malaysia  Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in Malaysia   6. France Paris, France's capital has been popularly dubbed as the “city of love”, so it is definitely one of Europe's best destinations when it comes to honeymoons and romantic getaways. French cities like Nice, Cannes, and Lyon are also great locations for a couple's getaway, but Paris is where you'll find it easiest to find the most Muslim-friendly facilities. Not only does the lover's city have an abundance of Halal restaurants and mosques, there are a few hotels that cater to Muslims as well (prayer mats, Qur’an in the rooms, qibla directions, Halal food, etc.). Get a picture with your beau on top of the iconic Eiffel tower, dine in cool cafes, go shopping in this fashion capital, or just enjoy each others company amidst the allure of this beautiful country! Find nearby Halal food places in France Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in France   7. Maldives One of the best honeymoon destinations in Asia is in the Maldives! The Maldives is a place that takes the idea of a beach resort to a whole other level! There are regular beach resorts, and then there are private villas literally in the middle of the sea with their own private pools; what more could you want in terms of privacy or romance? You can try out fun activities like diving, snorkelling, and lounging in your private villa while being served your choice of delicious food! You could also take a break from your break and head back into the mainland to visit busy markets, interact with the locals and explore the city. Although Maldives is a Muslim-majority country, not all resorts serve pure Halal food and cater to Muslims. Luckily, there are quite a few that are Muslim-friendly, so you won't have too much trouble finding one! Find nearby Halal food places in Maldives Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in Maldives   8. Hawaii Hawaii is an isolated US state that is made up of a group of islands, many of them volcanic. To many, Hawaii is synonymous with paradise, which is why its one of the world's top destinations for couples and honeymooners! From romantic sunsets to windy sea cruises, exotic sea life and exciting sea activities, Hawaii is probably the best romantic getaway destination in North America. There is only one mosque in Hawaii, in its capital of Honolulu, but it's a great place to interact with local Muslims. There are a few Halal-friendly resorts in Hawaii, but you could make do by bringing your own prayer mat, as well as compass and Qur'an (or mobile apps for them). There are many Halal restaurants in Hawaii, and you also have the option of cooking for yourself if you were staying in a private villa. Seafood is also a big deal in Hawaii, including the “national dish of Hawaii” - Poke! Find nearby Halal food places in Hawaii Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in Hawaii   9. Switzerland If you already live on a tropical island, the sun and sea just might be something that you see every day – and that's fine because there are plenty of honeymoon locations that offer something different. One such place is Switzerland. The country of chocolates, mountains, and snow can be an incredibly romantic place to vacation with your partner. Cities like Zurich, Geneva and Bern are the most Muslim-friendly in terms of finding nearby Halal food restaurants and prayer places, but many other cities and towns have Halal-friendly facilities as well. There is also plenty to do in Switzerland. Visit museums and parks, marvel at the gorgeous mountains and lakes, go shopping, or take to the slopes in ski resorts. Or, you know, you could cosy up in front of the fireplace with your lover while it's snowing outside. That sounds much better than any other activity, don't you think? Find nearby Halal food places in Switzerland Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in Switzerland...

  • 5 Awesome Hotel Hacks

      Hotels are some of the most popular accommodation options among travelers around the world. So as you pick your home away from home, you would ideally want to be smart about the ultimate decision you make. Getting to know some simple hotel room tips and tricks will not only result in you saving money but it would most certainly make your stay more enjoyable. Based on hotel hacks from professional travelers here are some great holiday tips to follow when you book your next Muslim-friendly hotels. Credits -   1.     Master some hotel booking hacks Among the top hotel hacks that will save you money, booking directly with the hotel comes off right at the top. But this does not mean you should not make use of online booking sites. These are a great way to research on hotel options and compare prices. Using this research you could call up the hotel and ask for their price. In most instances, the direct quote you get will be less than those offered by agents who often include their commission. You are more likely to get the best deal directly from the hotel, and they might even throw in a special discount or upgrade based on their booking status. Loyalty points are also on offer for direct bookings so even if you are a first-time visitor, you might end up having a regular go-to option in this part of the world.   2.     Book for longer durations The longer you stay the better chances you have of getting a better deal. If you plan on staying in a particular destination, especially one where it is not so easy to find Muslim-friendly hotels, you probably will have to spend some time even looking for Halal accommodation. In such a case it is easier to the same hotel for most of your stay. Also, the hotel will be more open to giving discounts because it is much easier to have the same guest stay in than giving it out to multiple guests. If you are wondering how to find Halal hotels, you might want to check out our recommended Crescent Rated Hotels.   3.     Make the best use of steam While on holiday you would want to look your best and wrinkled up clothes do not go well with this. Hotels often offer laundry services but they tend to be somewhat overpriced. This is where your hot shower becomes useful. One of the most important hotel hacks from professional travelers is to use the steam from your hot shower to get rid of wrinkles. All you need to do is hang up your clothes nearby while you enjoy a hot shower and watch the wrinkles fade away.   4.     Inform about any special events If you are travelling during a special occasion like birthday or anniversary it would help to subtly highlight this as you check in or even inform the hotel in advance. Good hotels do not only offer their guests accommodation; they want their guest to have a great time. So if they know of such event, it is more likely they will have a surprise in store for you like a gift, cake, or if you are really lucky, an upgrade. This is one of those clever hotel hacks for your next family vacation, where you can make a loved one feel extra special.   5.     Be polite and friendly Picture Credit - One of the best tips for staying at hotels is to speak out if you need something. Being polite always pays off and hotels are often quite obliging towards minor requests made by their guests. Also get to know the staff and be friendly overall. As locals, they are great sources to get information about the destination and it could even get you better service, just for being nice.   ...

  • 10 Must-Visit Attractions in Switzerland

    Visit the top attractions in Switzerland and learn more about the country’s interesting history while taking in the majestic mountain scenery and picturesque towns. The most beautiful places in Switzerland are located in interesting cities and natural parks, but Switzerland is also rich with history, culture and art that visitors should not miss out on. 1. The Matterhorn The impressive Matterhorn peak which reaches 14,692 ft. is a part of the Swiss Alps and has always been one of the top tourist attractions in Switzerland. The Matterhorn also borders Italy, and the beautiful village of Zermatt that lies at the foot of the peak. 2. Interlaken The beautiful resort town of Interlaken is located between Lake Thun and Lake Brienz. Interlaken is one of the most beautiful places in Switzerland, decorated with resorts and cafes that are framed by a mountain range. There are plenty of adventurous activities to enjoy such as hiking, skiing, snowboarding and even paragliding during the summer. Click here for more information! 3. Castle Chillon, Veytaux This medieval fortress also known as Chateau de Chillon, is over 1000 years old and is located on the banks of Lake Geneva. This fortress has been the source of inspiration - with 14th century murals in the Camera Dominiand notably the painted camel motif. With underground rooms to explore, three courtyards and four great halls with a gorgeous view of Lake Geneva, Castle Chillon is a must visit. Click here for more information! 4. Swiss National Park, Zernez Pay a visit to one of the most beautiful places in Switzerland, where visitors can view glaciers, woodlands, waterfalls and get in touch with nature by going on hikes too. There are 21 hiking routes to observe the greenery or rare wildlife that might make an appearance. The Swiss National Park is also part of the worldwide UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Click here for more information! 5. The Abbey Library of St. Gall, St. Gallen The Abbey Library of St. Gall is the oldest library in Switzerland was founded by Saint Othmar the founder of the original Abbey of St. Gall. The interiors are decorated in a Rococo style, and this ancient library is home to some unique books and manuscripts and is it also a UNESCO Heritage site. Click here for more information! 6. Lake Geneva A visit to Switzerland cannot be complete without visiting one of top tourist attractions in Switzerland. Surrounded by peaks with parks, gardens, promenades and an old town, Lake Geneva makes almost the perfect photographic scene. Watch out for the famous fountain Jet d'Eau that shoots outs 150 meters of water into the air. Click here for more information! 7. Lake Lugano and Ticino Lake Lugano is located on the border of southern Switzerland and northern Italy in the Ticino region. Ticino is the only Italian speaking region in Switzerland and has a heavy Italian influence on the cuisine and architecture, making it a unique picturesque area to visit. A great place for hiking, water sports and many more adventurous activities. Click here for more information! 8. The Jungfrau Region Jungfrau, Mönch and Eiger are part of the mountain range paired with lush green meadows that create a breathtaking scenery. The towns of Wengen, Murrenand Lauterbrunnen are great place to enjoy skiing and snowboarding. Grindelwald is another beautiful town in this location for skiing too, and visitors can also take a train ride to get a great view or simply go hiking. Click here for more information! 9. The Rhine Falls, Schaffhausen Definitely one of the top tourist attractions in Switzerland, the Rhine Falls is also the largest waterfall in Europe. Visitors can take boat trips to experience the majestic waterfall which is even more beautiful in the evening when the area is subtly lit up. Canoe trips and hiking are some fun activities to take part in as well. Click here for more information! 10. Montreux This beautiful resort town is located on the shores of the Lake Geneva and is one of the most beautiful places in Switzerland with a beautiful flowered town promenade lined with trees and sculptures. The vineyards of Lavaux and Mediterranean trees are a part of the scenery too. Pay a visit to the famed Castle Chillon that is close by. Click here for more information! A Muslim Guide to Switzerland Halal restaurants in Switzerland can be easily found in cities like Geneva, Bern and Zurich as there is a significant Muslim population in these areas.Halal food in Switzerland can also be found in smaller cities too. There are also several mosques in Switzerland that Muslim travelers can find easily. Click here for more information! ...

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