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Anyang Masjid 618-132, Anyang 5-dong Anyang-si Gyeonggi-do South Korea

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0082 31-444-7757

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English/ Korean/ Arabic


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  • 5 Young Muslim Entrepreneurs Who Will Inspire You

    The Muslim population around the world is estimated to be at around 1.8 Billion people. The Halal and Muslim market is a huge game changer. Today, we will be bringing you 5 young entrepreneurs, all unique and powerful in their own ways. All these entrepreneurs have started a business and successfully pushed it to have an inspiring impact on the Halal Market.Whether you are an aspiring entrepreneur or want to learn something new, this list of people will definitely inspire you!   1) Aida Azlin- Founder of AA Credit: Aida Azlin WebsiteVision: “A writer, entrepreneur and a proud believer fiercely committed to serving you to become the best version of yourself."About the Founder: A Singaporean graduate from Nanyang Technological University’s school of Art, Design and Media. She was known for The Shawl Label which sold ethical shawls to serve women. The brand is currently closed but she is focusing on AA which has a similar purpose of serving the female ummah.Business: An online community for sisters made by sisters, the ethos of this company to offer the 160,000 global community support and inspiration through letter writing every Tuesdays. The love letters are written to empower and connect women. Most of the services are free and there is a promise to keep the female empowerment ad-free and sponsor free.  AA does sell courses and products in the shop part of the business in order to be able to sustain and keep aspects of the community free.How to find her: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YoutubeWebsite:   2) Mokhtar Alkhanshali- CEO of Port of Mokha Credit: Mokhtar Alkhanshali WebsiteVision: “This is an unlikely tale of survival and revival. Of guardian angels, narrow escapes. This is a story with a happy ending: the moment you get to experience coffee unlike anything you’ve ever had before.”About the Founder: Mokhtar Alkhanshali is a man of Yemeni descendent raised in San Francisco, who decided to introduce the San Franciso to ethical Yemeni coffee. He began his mission to find the intersection point between Yemeni coffee and San Franciscan Cafe’s. In essence coffee has become his life, he became certified Q grader from the Coffee Quality Institute and spent 3 years in Yemen searching for the best coffee farmers.Business: This business aims to revive the rich coffee history of Yemen, it doesn’t just aim to give the drinker amazing revitalizing coffee but it’s hopes that the ripple effects will improve lives (both the workers and consumers), help improve economies and bridge cultures despite distance. This coffee company is an open story book about real humans and culture with a long history and a bright future. It’s optimistic vision is to unite people over a cup of amazing coffee.How to find him: Facebook , TwitterWebsite:   3) Sonia Trehan- CEO and Co-Founder of RUH  Credit: @SoniRuh on TwitterVision: “The hype of the industry has always been off-putting for me, and I found myself seeking a brand that was grounded, multi-layered, and that I could engage with intellectually.”About the Founder: Sonia Trehan studied religion at Columbia University and she believes that this has heavily impacted her approach to fashion and her RUH collective. Sonia places great importance in letting the products attract the type of people who have the same outlook and approach to sentiments and life as her. She states beautifully, “We don't see community building as a cultivated activity, but as a natural consequence of the kind of brand we want to create.”Business: A women’s ready-to-wear brand that specialises in being unique and stylish. Rather than assimilating into the fast fashion market, RUH attempts to keep nostalgic and stylish aspects of clothing and lifestyle. A huge aspect of RUH is multi-layered privacy, human interactions and experiences. The careful and delicate approach and integrity means it permeates in all aspects of the business, from the design to the marketing.How to find her: LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, Website   4) Omar Salha - Founder of Ramadhan Tent Project (RTP) Credit: @o_salha on TwitterVision: “Being volunteer-led by people from all backgrounds, Ramadan Tent Project is perfectly positioned to help your organisation or group make the most of the month of Ramadan. We are pleased to introduce a programme of seminars and talks to aid in your knowledge and understanding of the month of fasting, contemplation, revitalisation and prayer.”About the Founder: Omar Salha studied at SOAS University of London in Russel Square, a bustling spot in Central London. He is a MA graduate in ;Internationsal Studies and Diplomacy and also has a PhD in the study of ‘Integration of Muslims in British Society. He taught at SOAS university, Foundation of International Education and is Faculty Member for the Islamophobia Research and Documentation Project (IRDP) at the University of California in San Francisco, Berkeley USA.Business: RTP was founded in 2013 as a way to serve the youth in university fasting Ramadan alone. As well as to allow the wider community to gain awareness on Ramadan and Islam. Every night of Ramadan guests are fed free iftar, pray together and contemplate over interesting talks, lectures. Over the years RTP has increased in size and 2019 saw them host Iftars in iconic places around London like Trafalgar Square, Westminster Abbey in alliance with the House of Lords and many more places. Open Iftar has spread to over 4 continents and continues to be a growing initiative.How to find him: Twitter, Soas University, Website   5) Barjis Chohan - CEO and Founder of BarjisLondon Credit: Barjis Chohan on FacebookVision: “I want to create beautiful, sustainable work of the highest quality – which customers will treasure for life.” About the Founder: A graduate from the College of Fashion and Central St. Martins, Barjis has worked with the big names like Vivienne Westwood and since then has been paving the way and persevering as a public speaker, high-end rug designer, luxury fashion and so much more. Barjis Chohan proves that entrepreneurs do not need to follow the rules set by others. As well as a fashion designer and CEO, she is a Keynote Speaker, and the founder of the Barjis Initiative. This not-profit initiative provides support to the youngsters in London through knowledge, accessible tools and skills. It also creates a community of guidance for creative businesses.Business: This diverse business of high fashion and homeware merges multiculturalism, ethical practice, quality, modesty, integrity and innovation to ensure customers have full confidence in the brand and product. Undoubtedly bringing them back for more each-time. In an unusual but incredible attempt at defining themselves as unique, Barjis sells modest fashion, luxury silk scarves, hand made rugs (added into clients will’s) and cushions. All these pieces fuse the cultural stories of the East and West . Barjis speaks for itself appearing in London Fashion week, international magazines and winning recognisable awards such as (Mail on Sunday Designer in International Trade; Entrepreneur of the Year in London and 1st runner-up as Female Owned Business of the Year) How to find her: Facebook, Twitter, Website

  • Adelaide: Your Next Halal-Friendly Escape From Reality

    Stretching from the beautiful sunny shores to the stunning foothills, Adelaide is one of the major cities in Australia – a place that is vibrant and bursting to the brim with culture, events, food, and entertainment. This cosmopolitan city is the capital of the state of Southern Australia and is home to a melting pot of people of all sorts backgrounds. Adelaide is a great place for travelers who wish to get the full taste of the arts and culture of Australia. Being known as a major creative hub, the city hosts numerous art festivals, holiday celebrations, international fairs, markets, and so many more events throughout the year. So much so, that the city has even come to be known as “The Festival City”. Picture Credit: Photo by Joey Csunyo on Unsplash If you love exploring metropolitan cities, be it architecture, entertainment, arts, gastronomy, or the general vibe of it all – Adelaide is a great place for you to visit. But that's not to say Adelaide has nothing to offer to those that love the outdoors and nature. Home to some of the most beautiful beaches in Australia, Adelaide is a great beach destination. And if you feel like “the hills are calling”, head to Adelaide’s hill to enjoy the cooler climate, cozy cottages, markets with the freshest produce, and scenic drives through the countryside. Exploring the city and all its charm – from old colonial style architecture, trendy cafes, and restaurants that line picturesque streets to museums, beaches, events, exhibitions, and so much more – Adelaide is certainly a place that is worth the visit on a trip to Australia. Attractions in Adelaide As mentioned, Adelaide welcomes all kinds of visitors and offers a taste of all different kinds of experiences. But, of course, it's mainly known for its arts and culture, with a side of food, shopping, and history thrown in there. Here are some of the most popular attractions in Adelaide that you should put on your list of places to visit on your vacation in Australia. 1. Rundle Mall Picture Credit: South Australian Style Magazine Standing at the center of Adelaide's downtown, Rundle Mall is a pedestrian street mall that has been in operation since 1976. It is the heart of everything retail and shopping in the city. Regardless of what kind of shopper you are, whether your heart gets pumping at the sight of bargain deals or you love the luxury of high-end retail therapy, you'll feel right at home at Rundle Mall. Basically, it's your one-stop shop for everything ranging from groceries to clothing. You can also stroll along the streets, stop and give some buskers your audience, or get a bite to eat at some of the chic cafes and restaurants. Getting to and from Rundle Mall is a breeze as there are several buses operating throughout the day. Address: Adelaide SA 5000, Australia. 2. Adelaide Oval Picture Credit: Adelaide Oval Facebook The Adelaide Oval, located in the parklands between the city center and North Adelaide, is a sports ground that is mainly utilized for cricket and Australian football. It is the headquarters of the South Australian Cricket Association (SACA), and is known as one of the most beautiful and well-constructed test cricket grounds in the world. Other sports matches held here include rugby, tennis, and soccer. The grounds have also hosted several concerts. Address: War Memorial Dr, North Adelaide SA 5006, Australia.Contact: +61 8 8211 1100 3. Adelaide Botanic Garden Picture Credit: Adelaide Botanic Garden Facebook Located in the north-east corner of the Adelaide City Center, The Adelaide Botanic Garden is a 130-acre public garden in the Adelaide Park Lands. The gardens comprise of different themed areas such as First Creek Wetland, Gardens of Health, International Rose Garden, Australian Native Garden, Dahlia Garden, and more. The Palm House is a Victorian glasshouse imported from Berlin in 1875, and the Santos Museum of Economic Botany does important work in collecting and analyzing all the different uses of plants. A stroll through the Adelaide Botanic Gardens is sure to be relaxing and fascinating at the same time, and you're sure to learn a whole lot through the visit! Address: North Terrace, Adelaide, SA 5000, Australia.Contact: +61 8 8222 9311Opening Times: Mon-Fri – 7:15 am, Weekends/Public Holidays – 9:00 am (closing times vary throughout the year). 4. Adelaide Central Market Picture Credit: Adelaide Central Market This gourmet shopping center has been in business since it opened its doors in 1869, and is one of Australia's largest sources for fresh produce. It is home to about 80 or so retail vendors offering all different kind of food-related items from all around the world. Whatever your heart desire – fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, seafood, cheese, bread, spices – you'll find it here. There are also several cafes and eateries where you can have some amazing food. Picture Credit: Adelaide Central Market One of the best things to do is have a stroll down Adelaide Central Market, stopping at shops that catch your eye, and check out all the different kinds of gourmet ingredients that you can pick up. If you're a foodie, there's no way your holiday in Adelaide would be complete without a trip to the gastronomic hub of the city. Of course, you'll end up leaving with heavy bags and a light wallet, but that's just a given! Address: (Located in Central Market Arcade) 44-60 Gouger St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia.Opening Times: Tues – Thurs 9 am – 5:30 pm, Fri 7 am– 9 pm, Sat 7 am– 3 am, (Closed on Sunday/Monday)Contact: +61 8 8203 7494 5. Victoria Square Picture Credit: SA History Hub Victoria Square is a public square located in the center of the city, neighbored by many public institutions like the Supreme Court of South Australia, Adelaide General Post Office, etc. It is also known as Tarntanyangga (translating to “red kangaroo dreaming”), named so because the square was previously the central camp for the dundagunya tribe people, who named it Tandanya or Tarntanya. Today, the square is a large grassy open area with fountains, gardens, park benches, and plenty of shady trees. It's a great place to spend some time relaxing with friends and family, have a picnic, or just play some football. All of these attractions are situated in the Adelaide City Center, close to the Rundle Mall area, so it would be most efficient to book a hotel for your stay around the same place. If you aren't sure of where to stay in Adelaide, check our website for suggestions on Halal-friendly hotels. Address: Grote St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia.Opening Times: 24 hours, 7 days of the week.Contact: +61 8 8203 7203 Getting Around Adelaide Picture Credit: Daniel Hoult It is pretty easy to get around the city of Adelaide, thanks to the various facilities and amenities that are available. With well-constructed pedestrian ways, walking is always a good option for when the distance is short enough. If you're traveling farther, you always have the option to book a cab. There are several ride-hailing apps you can download. Of course Uber is one of the most popular options, but other services that are available include Taxify, GoCatch, and GoGet. Another rideshare app, Shebah, is now available in Adelaide and the best option for women traveling solo or by themselves with children. This company focus on women's safety, employing only women drivers and catering only to women and children (you can even request a vehicle with a car seat for kids). Picture Credit: Adelaide Metro Public transport is another option that is very reliable. Adelaide has a great variety of public transport including buses, trains, and the tram. You can pick up a visitors metro card that'll give you unlimited travel for 3 days. Trams operate within the city center and the suburbs, but trains are probably your best choice in the case of longer travel to places outside the city. Picture Credit: Wikiwand There is also a free City Connector bus service in Adelaide that runs on a loop throughout the week that'll be most useful for travel within Adelaide's downtown area. Furthermore, almost all public transport is designed to cater to differently-abled persons as well. Praying in Adelaide Of course, as Muslims, another major concern we have when we travel is to find places where we can pray. If you're looking for where to pray in Adelaide, fret not, because there are several places where you can do so. Here are some of the mosques and prayer places in Adelaide: 1. Central Adelaide Mosque Picture Credit: Islam Maps Address: 28/20 Little Gilbert St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia.Contact: +61 8 8231 6443 2. Islamic Arabic Centre & Masjid Al Khalil Picture Credit: Islamic Arabic Centre & Masjid Al-Khalil Facebook Address: 596 Torrens Rd, Woodville North SA 5012, Australia.Contact: +61 8 8268 1944 3. Imam Ali Mosque Address: 27 Langford St, Pooraka SA 5095, Australia.Contact: +61 468 923 440 4. University of Adelaide Musallah Address: Union House, Victoria Drive, Adelaide, South Australia 5005.Contact: +61 8 8313 5240 5. Sahara Pizza House Address: Adelaide: 372 Sturt Road, Clovelly Park, South Australia. 6. Lazat Pizza Address: 216 Days Road, Adelaide, South Australia. 7. Nawab Tandoori Address: 403 Grange Road, Shop 3, Seaton, South Australia. 8. AlSham Address: 253 Diagonal Road, Warradale, South Australia. 9. Mekong Thai Restaurant Address: 68 Hindley Street, Adelaide, South Australia. Halal Food in Adelaide If you are wondering where to eat on your Muslim-friendly trip to Adelaide, there's no need to worry as there are many restaurants that serve Halal and Muslim-friendly food. Here's a list of some of the best Halal-friendly restaurants in Adelaide: 1. Australia's Pizza House Picture Credit: Australia's Pizza House Facebook A good no-nonsense eatery with affordable Western-type fare that tastes really good. Burgers, pizza, hot dogs – whatever your heart yearns for. Cuisine: Italian, Fast Food, Pizza.Address: 26 Bank St, Adelaide, South Australia 5000, Australia.Opening Hours: Sun - Thurs 11:00 am - 11 pm, Fri 11:00 am - 4:00 am, Sat 11:00 am - 5:00 amPrice/Price Range: Low – ModerateReservation: Not necessaryContact: Website: 2. Beyond India Picture Credit: Beyond India Facebook Experience all the vibrancy of Indian food culture in an open dining room with beautiful décor and even better food at this award-winning Indian restaurant in Adelaide. Cuisine: IndianAddress: 170 0’Connell Street North Adelaide, SA 5006.Opening Hours: Sun - Thurs 12 - 3 pm, 5 - 10:30 pm, Fri - Sat 12 - 3 pm, 5 - 11 pmPrice/Price Range: Moderate-HighReservation: RecommendedContact: 8267 3820Website: 3. Burger IT Picture Credit: Burger IT Facebook A convenient and super affordable stopover for whenever you feel that pang of hunger. The place is best known for its gourmet burgers. They also have gluten-free options as well. Don't forget to get that extra side of fries! Cuisine: Fast Food, American.Address: 110 O'Connell St, North Adelaide SA 5006, Australia.Opening Hours: Sun-Mon 11:30 am - 9:30 pm, Tue 4:30 pm - 9:30 pm, Wed 11:30 am - 9:30 pm, Thu - Sat 11:30 am - 10:30 pmPrice/Price Range: LowReservation: Not necessaryContact: +61 8 8267 2612Website: 4. Jerusalem Sheshkabab House Picture Credit: Broadsheet Adelaide A restaurant that has been around for a long time, serving good quality Middle Eastern food. The red fiberglass booths and orange tables are an eclectic feature that has been around since the opening of the restaurant. Cuisine: Middle Eastern, Lebanese, Vegetarian-FriendlyAddress: 131B Hindley St, Adelaide SA 5000, AustraliaOpening Hours: Tues - Sat 5:30 pm - 10 pm, Sun 4:00 pm - 10 pm (Closed on Mondays)Price/Price Range: LowReservation: Not necessaryContact: +61 8 8212 6185Website: 5. Knoodle Junction If you're looking for Halal restaurants in Adelaide that specialize in Asian fare (mainly Chinese, Vietnamese, Thai), then the Knoodle Junction is a great option that is very budget-friendly. Cuisine: Asian, Chinese, Fast FoodAddress: 21 Pulteney St, Adelaide, South Australia 5000, Australia.Opening Hours: Mon - Thurs 10 am - 7:30 pm, Fri 10 am - 5 pm, (Closed on Sat and Sun)Price/Price Range: LowReservation: Not necessaryContact: +61 8 8223 5759Website: 6. Nando's Picture Credit: Nando's Facebook The international chain and its world-famous peri-peri chicken need no introduction, and the good news is that they serve Halal food in their Adelaide store! Cuisine: Portuguese, Fast FoodAddress: 33 King William St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia.Opening Hours: 11 am - 10 pm dailyPrice/Price Range: ModerateReservation: Not necessaryContact: +61 1300 626 367Website: 7. Pondok Daun Picture Credit: Pondok Daun Facebook Another great option for an Asian meal is Pondok Daun. It is one of the best budget-friendly Halal restaurants in Adelaide, with a great reputation all around for their service and quality of food. Try their Indonesian fare like the Rendang. Cuisine: Asian, IndonesianAddress: 94 Currie St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia.Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 11 am - 8:30 pm (Closed on Sundays)Price/Price Range: LowReservation: Not necessaryContact: +61 8 8212 1449Website: 8. Salsa's Fresh Mex Picture Credit: Salsa's Fresh Mex Facebook If you're craving some Halal Mexican food in Adelaide, Salsa's is one of your best options. They also have gluten-free options. Cuisine: Mexican, Fast FoodAddress: Rundle Place 77-91 Rundle Mall, Adelaide, South Australia 5000, Australia.Opening Hours: 11 am - 10 pm dailyPrice/Price Range: Low – ModerateReservation: Not necessaryContact: +61 8 8232 3971Website:

  • Singapore's Mid - Autumn Festival [2017]

    Singapore's Mid-Autumn Festival 2017   As the autumn harvest period comes to an end it marks the beginning of one of the most unique cultural performances Singapore, the Mid-Autumn Festival. Closely intertwined with traditional legends and folklore this event brings together a host of vivid celebrations that has made many want to visit Singapore during this time of the year. As always the mid-autumn festival 2017 is back with a host of festivities so read on to find out how you too can join in the celebrations.   Check out Singapore city guide now!     Credits -   Significance of the event Picture Credit -   The festival is centered on Chinese traditions and lunar appreciation; therefore it comes to no surprise that the moon is at its brightest when the festivities begin. This year the mid-autumn festival 2017 is scheduled to take place from 22nd September to 8th October with the main event taking place on 4th October. Owing to the significance the moon plays in the festivities most the activities take place after the sun goes down.   Find out more guides on Singapore.   Highlights of previous mid-autumn celebrations Picture Credit -   This event is one that has celebrated in China for over thousand years and due to the strong influence of Chinese culture on Singapore, much prominence is given to the celebrations here as well. Just to recap, the previous years’ mid-autumn celebrations concluded with the finest cultural displays and some of the noteworthy happenings included:   - In 2015 the Gardens by the Bay was beautifully lit up with handcrafted lanterns including 50 goat shaped lanterns from the public lantern decorating competition and the colourful Chrysanthemum floral display in the Flower Dome.   - The cultural display at Chinatown featuring over 2300 lanterns by students from the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts.   - Gardens by the Bay was once again lit up in 2016 with over 4000 lanterns of unique designs.    - The waterfront lantern walkabout at the Esplanade.   - The massive dragon playground created at Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall.   What to expect at the mid-autumn festival 2017 Picture Credit -   Keeping the traditions alive, the mid-autumn festival is set to return once again to a whole range of activities designed to create one of the most vibrant celebrations in the country. So get ready to sample delicious mooncakes and witness the splendor of Gardens By The Bay, Chinatown and much more during this special time of the year.   Enjoy the mooncake festival Singapore Picture Credit -   Mooncakes are delicious delights that make up an important part of the festivities. As the mid-autumn festival, 2017 kicks off you will find these seasonal sweets offered at most shops. While there is no shortage of where to buy mooncakes in Singapore, you might want to choose carefully as most of these delights might not be Halal. Some of the top Halal food spots in Singapore that will offer their mooncake promotion 2017 include Prima Deli, 1989 by Swee Heng, #Bakedwithlurve and Polar Puff & Cakes.   Visit Singapore Gardens By The Bay Picture Credit - If you are looking to enjoy the very best celebrations you most certainly should head on down to the Gardens By The Bay. This year too, the Gardens are set to put on a spectacular display with an amazing array of events like "Waters of Prosperity" lantern display – the largest of its kind, "Grains of Gold" – where an entire paddy field will be illuminated with 4,000 glowing rice stalks, "Splendour of Blooms" – a display of floating water lily lanterns, "Flight of the Dragonflies" – with over 100 dragonfly lanterns lighting up the Supertrees, and "Autumn Harvest" – the impressive floral display featuring some very interesting lantern designs even a giant pumpkin.   In addition, the Garden will also feature several traditional theatrical performances and interactive arts and crafts booths so you can learn more and enjoy being a part of the festivities.   Chinatown festival Picture Credit - Chinatown plays a very special role in keeping the culture and heritage alive, therefore it comes to no surprise that this is going to be one of the best cultural performances Singapore. You can have loads of fun as you enter the free walking trail that extends along Kreta Ayer Road, Sago Street, Pagoda Street and New Bridge Road. The carnival-like atmosphere will set your mood to enjoy this magical celebration and you could even grab some festive goodies at the Festive Street Bazaar to remember the event. ...

  • Enjoy a Halal-Friendly Experience at Singapore F1 Night Race 2017!

    Singapore’s Grand Prix is one of the top events on the motor races calendar of the FIA Formula One World Championship, and they are set to amaze this year as well. The Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix is an event like no other, filled with performances from artists all around the world, awesome merchandise, amazing food, and of course, car races like no other! Not to worry, we’ll tell you how to have a Halal-friendly experience at the F1 Race 2017!       Credits -   When and Where?   Date: 15 to 17 September 2017   15 September, Friday: Practice   16 September, Saturday: Qualifying   17 September, Sunday: Race   Location: Marina Bay Street Circuit, Singapore   Contact: + 65 6738 6738    Website:   How to Get There?   The Marina Bay Street Circuit Center is in walking distance from downtown - you can take the MRT, bus or taxi. If you are flying in to be a part of the 2017 F1 Singapore Grand Prix, your best option is to take a taxi from the airport, which you can easily find at the arrivals area. You can also catch the MRT (metro) to Tanah Merah MRT station, from where you can connect to any part of the city. You can find the closest MRT to each of the grandstands/zones here. Another option you have is the Public Bus - particularly, Bus 36, departing from Terminal 2 that will take you to the city center.   Ticket Prices (SGD) Picture Credit -   The ticket prices will vary according to the access that the ticket entitles you to. It ranges from $40 to $2,000++. Of course, the more expensive the ticket, you will get a better view of the race and witness more amazing performances! Find more information here.   Performances   But cars aren’t the only thing you’ll be seeing here, you will also get to experience many live performances by local and international artists. Get more information about the performances here.    Halal Food Near the Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix Picture Credit -   The Marina Bay Street Circuit is set to be filled with shops and vendors selling all kinds of merchandise and food. You should be able to find Vegetarian and Halal Food. You can also find Halal restaurants near the premises – one of them being the Marina Bay Sands Singapore, which serves Halal-certified food such as 1983 A Taste of Nanyang and The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf Beanstro. Other Halal restaurants in the area are Asian Market Café at Swissotel The Stamford, Turkish Kebab House at Suntec City Mall and Noosh Halal Noodle Bar and Grill at the Esplanade. Enjoy a delicious filling meal before heading to the F1 Night Race. You need enough energy for the night, you know?    Where to Pray?   Carry a portable prayer garment and mat with you, and you should be able to find a corner of the ground to pray in. Ask the staff if there are any prayer rooms or areas in the Marina Bay Street Circuit, and they should be able to direct you. You can also find prayer rooms nearby the Singapore Grand Prix 2017 – including Singapore Flyer and Marina Square Mall.   Other Tips   Picture Credit -   - Taking public transport, the MRT (metro) in particular, to The Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix is your best bet, and the gates are all in walking distance.   - As we mentioned, it is quite hot in Singapore, so wear light and breezy clothes. Sunblock, hats, and sensible footwear are definitely recommended!   - The gates to the F1 in Singapore 2017 are open from 12:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. daily; check your tickets for your timings and zones.   - You will have to go through a security check before entering the premises. It would better if you don’t carry large bags or unnecessary items to make sure that this process goes by fast and smooth. There are also some items that you are not allowed to bring – refer here for a full list of the prohibited items.   - If you are bringing children with you, make sure they also have tickets. If they are under 7 years old, download and sign an indemnity form.   - Bring plenty of money and change, so you can shop till you drop, and eat till your stomach is full. However, if you run out of money, you can easily find ATM machines across the Circuit Park.   - There are wheelchair-friendly facilities - do find out the specific wheelchair accessible areas and restrooms to make sure you are prepared.   - Medical assistance and first aid booths are also available across the Circuit Park. So, if you are feeling unwell, find one of the staff immediately and they will direct you to these places.   Why Should You be a Part of the Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix 2017?   Picture Credit - Experience the electricity and be a part of an event like no other. Feel the adrenaline pump as you are surrounded by massive crowds, sounds of car engines revving, live performances and smells of awesome food.   With the Marina Bay Street Circuit as your backdrop, you will have endless amounts of awesome photographic opportunities. Capture the cars zoom by, the concerts, fireworks, mouth-watering food, and so much more.   So what are you waiting for? Book your tickets now and enjoy a Halal-friendly experience at the 2017 Formula 1 happening in Singapore!   ...

  • 17 Spots to Get Halal Food at Changi Airport Singapore

    There are many Halal food and restaurant options at Singapore's Changi Airport. From Indian, Chinese, International cuisine to Halal Ice-cream and chocolates, (almost) everything you can think of will be available. Changi Airport in Singapore has three terminals with multiple, diverse dining options. Whether you wish to indulge in some fine dining as part of your first meal after disembarking in Singapore or just to satisfy those hunger pangs with some quick takeaway snacks; Changi Airport has it all. The increase of Halal awareness around the world has spawned an increase of Muslim-friendly restaurants at the Changi Airport, giving an opportunity for Muslim travelers in Changi Airport to eat freely. Here is a list of 17 spots that serve Halal food in Changi Airport, Singapore.   1) RV Café RV Café @ Changi Airport here! Indulge in some great comfort food at RV Café - gourmet burgers, sandwiches, fresh pizzas, steaks and the creamiest pastas. Head over to the cafe at Level 1, Terminal 1, to grab a quick bite at any time of the day.   2) Kaffe & Toast  Kaffe & Toast @ Changi Airport here! This Halal-certified eatery is a great spot for authentic Singaporean delights. In addition to great breakfast, sample some favorite local dishes ranging from Laksa to Nasi Lemak to Chiken Curry. You can find Kaffe & Toast at the public areas in Terminal 1 and 2.    3) Kopitiam Staff Canteen  Kopitiam Staff Canteen @ Changi Airport here! Visit the Kopitiam Staff Canteen at Level 3M of Terminal 2 for excellent local hawker fare. This is a good place to grab some delicious chicken rice, Hokkien Mee or porridge at great prices.    4) Krispy Kreme  Krispy Kreme in Changi Airport Terminal 2 public area, offers you a chance to let go of all that stress with some good, old-fashioned food therapy. This all time international favourite is now available to indulge your Halal food cravings right at Changi Airport Singapore. Their signature Original Glazed® doughnuts, Chocolate Raspberry Kreme Philled, and Cookies and Cream are to die for! More Information on Krispy Kreme @ Changi Airport here!   5) 1983 Cafe Nanyang 1983 Cafe Nanyang @ Changi Airport here! Stop by at 1983 Cafe Nanyang at Level 2 of Terminal 2 public area for a great variety of local Halal dishes and flavors. Make sure not to miss out on the cafe's Mee Rebus, Lontong or Penang Assam Laksa!   6) Central Thai Central Thai is your place to go for authentic Halal Thai street food in Changi Airport. They specialise in delicacies like Phad Thai, Stir-fried Black Pepper Beef and super spicy Steamed Seafood with Garlic and Chilli. Central Thai maintains a beautiful balance between spicy, sour and sweet making their food very palatable for unfamiliar tongues. Try out this Halal restaurant at the public area of Terminal 2, Changi Airport. More Information on Central Thai @ Changi Airport here!   7) Nando's If you are craving for some hot chicken meals, then go straight to the Halal Nando’s outlet at Changi Airport  Terminal 2 public area. You can indulge some of their signature flame-grilled Peri-Peri Chicken as well as other delicious meals from this South African franchise. The international Halal Nando's restaurants menus remain somewhat identical like most major franchises despite being in different countries. So you can still enjoy their Nando's Halal chicken, burgers, platters, wraps and more while on vacation.  More information on Nando's @ Changi Airport here!   8) Curry Times   Curry Times @ Changi Airport here! Try the much-loved Curry Chicken dish at Curry Times - located at Basement 2 Public Area of Terminal 3 - along with a wide range of other signature curries with perfectly-simmered broth.   9) Kopitiam Kopitiam @ Changi Airport here! Head over to Kopitiam at Level B2 of Terminal 3 for local hawker fare and other asian cuisine. A great spot for breakfast, coffee and tea or just to grab a dessert.   10) Hello Kitty Orchid Garden Credit: Hello Kitty Cafe Singapore Website One of the newer restaurants that opened up in Changi Airport Singapore, this Hello Kitty Cafe is an attraction by itself. Fans of the Sanrio character flock down to Terminal 3 to immerse themselves in the whimsical experience. Virtually everything is Hello Kitty themed, from the furniture down to the littlest detail of the food. Make sure to take lots of pictures with the giant mascot! More Information on Hello Kitty Orchid Garden Cafe here!   11) Heavenly Wang Heavenly Wang @ Changi Airport here!This small quiet Singaporean coffee shop with traditional accents is a great place to relax after a stressful flight. Not only is Heavenly Wang one of the few Halal cafes at Singapore's Changi Airport, it also boasts, what might be, the best Kaya Toast in Singapore. So don’t forget to try out the delicious combination of Kaya toast and hot, aromatic Kopi only at Heavenly Wang in Changi Airport Terminal 3 public area.   12) Durian Mpire Durian Mpire @ Changi Airport here!For durian lovers, a visit to Durian Mpire is a must. Try the vast selection of durian products and services - including the much-loved durian pastries, durian puffs, durian crepes, durian pudding, and durian cakes! Head over to Terminal 2 to get them! *The outlet at Terminal 3 has permanently closed.   13) Gurney Drive Signatures Gurney Drive Signatures @ Changi Airport here! Find great Halal Penang Hawker Food Fare at Gurney Drive Signatures, located at Level 3 of Terminal 3. Popular must-try dishes include the Assam Laksa and Penang Char Kway Teow.   14) Swensen’s The Swensen's Halal restaurant is located at Changi Airport Terminal 2 public area. If you are looking to indulge in some Halal ice-cream, this is the place to go. Swensen’s is a common household name in Singapore for their ice cream sundaes. They also do not just serve ice-cream, but also savoury dishes such as Fish and Chips, Chicken Baked Rice and Black Pepper Seafood Pasta. Combined with their 24-hour service, Swensen’s is a great place to visit for those late night pangs. Top desserts include Giant Earthquake sundae, Banana Split and Coit Tower.  More Information on Swensen's @ Changi Airport here!   15) 4 Fingers Crispy Chicken 4 Fingers Crispy Chicken has already taken a place in our Halal Korean Food in Singapore list as a food chain with a delicious fusion of Korean and Japanese food. With its popular flavours, 4 Fingers is one of the most anticipated and visited Halal restaurants at Changi Airport, Singapore. Their Chicken Katsu burger and chicken wings are much loved. 4 Fingers Crispy Chicken is located in the public area of Changi Airport Terminal 3 and the transit area of Terminal 1.  More Information on 4Fingers @ Changi Airport here!   16) Kaveri Vegetarian Cuisine Kaveri is an Indian vegetarian Muslim-friendly restaurant located at Changi Airport Terminal 2 transit area. Offering a wide range of  Indian cuisine from both South and North India, Kaaveri has something to please everyone. Try out their all-time favourites - naans, dosai and Chana Masala (chickpea dish) at Singapore's Changi Aiport transit area at Terminal 2.  More Information on Kaveri Vegetarian Restaurant here!   17) Old Town White Coffee Old Town White Coffee Restaurant, located in the public area of Changi airport Terminal 3, offers a whole range of South East Asian food. You can find some of the Malaysian and Singaporean favourites here. It is also famous for its signature white coffee. Apart from the above, there are also the Halal Burger King, KFC, McDonalds and The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf. The above list describes those restaurants that go above and beyond our expectations. Do not let it stop you from eating trying out these well known fast food or coffee outlets. On a different note, there is prayer facilities available at Changi Airport for Muslim travellers, with Masjids located within the transit areas of every one of the three terminals. So do not stress about getting late for prayers; relax, eat and enjoy at your ease! Check out more Muslim-friendly guides on Singapore  ...

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