Your Trusty Companions to Discovering Singapore: The Muslim Visitor Guide to Singapore & Lifestyle Guide to Singapore for Muslim Travellers

By Halal Trip | 16, Jul, 2021

Whether you’re planning a trip to Singapore or a local looking for ways to rediscover Singapore, we’ve got just the thing you need! Introducing the Muslim Visitor Guide to Singapore. The trusty guides are the perfect companion for your travels in Singapore. Covering popular spots to lesser-known places, you’re sure to get the full experience of what Singapore has to offerPlus you get to experience all this with peace of mind!

These handy-dandy Muslim Visitor Guides are available for free on HalalTrip and on Singapore Tourism Board’s website.

You might be wondering, how COMPLETE is COMPLETE? Well, here are just some of the things you can expect from the Muslim Visitor Guide to Singapore and the Lifestyle Guide to Singapore for Muslim Travellers:

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Prayer Facilities and Peace of Mind
Masjid Sultan Mosque Singapore

(Image Credit: Singapore Tourism Board)

One main feature of the Muslim Visitor Guide to Singapore is that every listed location in the guide will also even feature the closest prayer facilities or mosques you can visit to fulfill your daily obligations. With over 15% of the population in Singapore being Muslims, there are plenty of prayer facilities island-wide!

Prayer facilities

(Image Credit: Muslim Visitor Guide to Singapore and the Lifestyle Guide to Singapore for Muslim Travellers)

Furthermore, the guides also provide useful pointers, tips, and contact channels so you can just enjoy your stay in Singapore to the fullest. An example of some of the tips is; how to look out for halal food and the different government agencies where you can find the latest news and information that are important for travelers in Singapore.

 

Go on a Gastronomical Adventure in Singapore
Halal Food in Singapore

(Image Credit: Muslim Visitor Guide to Singapore and the Lifestyle Guide to Singapore for Muslim Travellers)

Food and eating, the unofficial favorite pastime of Singaporeans. One of the perks of being a cultural melting pot is that Singapore enjoys a wide range of food options. (So much so that it couldn’t fit into just one guide) From authentic food items, new-age fusion food, and of course desserts, you’ll be spoilt for choice!

The best part is, all the items mentioned in the guides are Halal! In each neighborhood featured in the Muslim Visitor Guide to Singapore, a list of restaurants or food is also provided. These are some delicacies you just have to try to get the full experience that the neighborhood has to offer.

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There’s even a Halal Restaurant Directory in the Muslim Visitor Guide to Singapore, if you fancy eating a specific cuisine!

 

Shopping and Bringing a piece of Singapore back with you
Shopping Souvenirs Singapore

Shopping near the Malay Heritage Centre (Image Credit: Singapore Tourism Board)

Bring back a slice of Singapore with the locally designed and crafted products listed in both the Lifestyle Guide to Singapore for Muslim Travellers and Muslim Visitor Guide to Singapore. All the products are specially handpicked to feature things that are uniquely Singapore.

The Muslim Visitor Guide to Singapore features places where you’ll find the best places to do some shopping while in Singapore.

The guides also feature Style Picks with Fahimah Thalib, a modest wear model famously known for being the first hijabi model of Vogue Singapore.

Souvenirs are an important part of any trip or adventure, whether you are a tourist or a local, you can find some of the most unique souvenirs to mark your trip to Singapore. Find out some of the most interesting souvenir ideas in Unique Keepsakes in the Lifestyle Guide to Singapore for Muslim Travellers.

 

Travel Itineraries
Muslim Visitor Guide to Singapore Travel Itineraries

Extract of Travel Itineraries (Image Credit: Muslim Visitor Guide to Singapore)

If you’re worried about how you can fit all the things you can do in Singapore in a short period of time, fret not! One of the best things about both these guides is the specially created itineraries, where you’re sure to get the most of your time in Singapore!

The travel itineraries are specially curated for the different kinds of travelers.

The Family Fun travel itinerary is made with fun in mind! Where you and your kids can enjoy Singapore together. While the Modern Millenial Muslim itinerary is made for those who are planning to go culture-diving. Where it will bring you around Singapore’s cultural sites and taste the local cuisines, a truly authentic experience just like a local!

If you’re feeling adventurous, you can also try out the travel itinerary in the Lifestyle Guide to Singapore for Muslim Travellers — aptly titled 24 Hours in Singapore — here you can expect an adventure around the clock!

 

Leaving no Stone Unturned
Tours in Singapore Vintage Vespa

Passion Tour on a Vintage Vespa (Image Credit: Triquetra Events)

What to do in Singapore? Well, both the Muslim Visitor Guide to Singapore and the Lifestyle Guide to Singapore for Muslim Travellers features attractions and places where you can visit to experience some of the most exciting things you can do in Singapore. You’ll find yourself going to popular places and even some hidden gems around Singapore.

Some of these attractions and places you’ll visit in the guides will allow you to experience some really interesting activities such as going on Passion tours on a vintage Vespa sidecar, discovering Singapore’s history and culture through an escape room experience, and many more!

 

Learn more about Singapore
Murals in Tiong Bahru

Exploring Art Murals in Tiong Bahru, Singapore (Image Credit: Singapore Tourism Board)

Both the guides are the perfect companions for your adventures around Singapore as they both contain bite-sized information where you’ll be able to learn more about the area as you are seeing them first-hand. 

From the history of the places, cultural significance, what makes these places unique, and what you can do and eat there! Even if you’re a seasoned traveler to Singapore or a local, these guides will give a fresh new perspective of the places with things you might not have known about the locations.

So be sure to download the Muslim Visitor Guide to Singapore and the Lifestyle Guide to Singapore for Muslim Travellers, your trusty companions to discovering Singapore!

 

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