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  • Inilah 7 Rekomendasi Kuliner Halal yang Kamu Harus Coba di Paya Lebar Square & SingPost

    Kamu mungkin ingin mencari makanan setelah berjalan jalan di kota sambal menikmati pemandangan dan berharap sudah menyiapkan camilan sebelumnya karena khawatir tidak menemukan makanan halal yang harganya murah di Singapura. Tapi untuk apa menghabiskan waktu menyiapkan camilan padahal banyak tempat makan yang cocok untuk orang Islam di Singapura? via GIPHY Kalau kamu berada di sekitar Paya Lebar Square atau Singpost ada banyak pilihan di sana. Kedua tempat itu cocok untuk nongkrong atau cuci mata di toko toko baju dan berbagai kafe, apalagi kalau kamu pecinta kuliner. Berbagai restoran dan kafe seperti Nuodle dan Hawkerman bisa ditemukan di sejumlah titik keramaian kota. Mau cari mie panas atau roti yang baru dipanggang? Paya Lebar Square dan Singpost jawabannya! Also Read: Here's Our Top 7 Halal Food Recommendations You Need To Try At Least Once At Paya Lebar Square & SingPost Nuodle Ini harus dicoba kalau mampir di SingPost Center! Mereka hanya menyediakan tiga hidangan mie - Beef La Mian yang khas (SGD $ 8,80), Seafood La Mian (SGD $$ 8,80), dan Cool Mixed La Mian (SGD $$ 9,90). Hidangan disiapkan dalam 5 menit dan disajikan dalam porsi besar! Beef La Mian klasik adalah favorit di antara para penggemar Núodle; mie disajikan dengan irisan daging sapi, lobak bersama dengan daun bawang dan minyak cabai - semua ini mengambang dalam kaldu sapi jernih. Minyak cabai menambahkan sensasi tenggorokanmu, tapi inilah yang menyatukan semua rasa dalam hidangan. Kamu bisa memilih jenis mie sesuai seleramu dalam kaldu tipis, normal, tebal, rata atau pakai daun bawang! Ya, kamu tidak salah baca. Daun bawang. Tapi itu hanya mie normal yang ditarik ke dalam bentuk daun bawang daun. Mie berserat luar disiapkan di rumah - memberik nuansa otentik pada sajian. Status Halal: Halal CertifiedAlamat: 10 Eunos Road 8, Singpost Centre #01-136, Singapore 408600Jam Buka: 8.30AM to 10.30PM (Mon-Sun)Telepon: +65 6747 1588Email: info@nuodle.asiaWebsite: www.nuodle.asia Maki-San Kredit Foto: Maki-San di Facebook Apa sih yang lebih baik dari sushi yang itu itu saja? Sushi buatanmu sendiri! Inilah tempat pertama di Singapura yang memungkinkanmu membuat sushi dan salad buatanmu sendiri. Dan pastinya halal. “Subway of sushi” yang dibuat sendiri, Maki-san benar-benar menyenangkan. Prosesnya sederhana, langsung saja masuk, isi kolom pesanan mereka - dengan 26 macam isian Sushi, 13 taburan, 21 macam saus, serta 11 isian spesial yang beragam, sehingga kamu bisa menjadi puas bereskpresi sesukamu. Status Halal: Halal CertifiedAlamat: 10, Eunos Road, 8 #B1-165/166, Singapore, 408600​Jam Buka: 11.30AM to 9PM (Mon-Sun)Telepon: +6567476801Email: moshimoshi@rollwithmakisan.comWebsite: www.makisan.com Facebook | Instagram Hawkerman Kredit Foto: Hawkerman di Facebook Hawkerman adalah ciptaan aktor Singapura Ben Yeo. Ini adalah bentuk modern makanan pinggir jalan tetapi terus berkembang dan merupakan salah satu tempat makanan halal terbaik di Singapura. Hidangan ayam goreng, popiah, dan Mie Hokien adalah menu yang paling terkenal dengan cita rasa jajanan pinggir jalan yang otentik. Dengan harga mulai dari SGD $ 2,9 hingga SGD $ 12,9, kamu bisa memilih beragam hidangan dan minuman selain itu mereka juga menyajikan makanan penutup. Mereka menyajikan Ayam Popiah dengan isian pelang  yang pastinya akan terlihat bagus di feed Instagrammu. Ayam goreng mereka disajikan dengan banyak cara. Salah satu hidangan populer yang mereka sajikan adalah ayam goreng yang dilapisi dengan saus bawang bombay dan daun bawang. Ini adalah tempat yang tepat untuk pecinta kuliner yang suka mencari sesuatu yang berbeda karena Hawkerman menyajikan makanan jajanan tradisional dengan penuh kejutan! Status Halal: Halal CertifiedAlamat: Singpost Centre #B1-128/129 409006, 10 Eunos Rd 8, Singapore 408600Jam Buka: 11AM to 10PM (Mon-Sun)Telepon: +65 8110 5218Website: www.tenderfresh.com.sg/hawkerman Facebook Swee Heng 1989 Bakery Cafe Kredit Foto: SWEE HENG 1989 Classic di Facebook Siapa yang sanggup menolak gula gula dan makanan yang dipanggang? Hanya bisa didapat di Swee Heng! Kamu  akan dimanja oleh berbagai pilihan roti dan kue. Outlet modern menawarkan tradisi dengan kejutan dan tempat menarik untuk berfoto. Swee Heng 1989 menyediakan kudapan yang dipanggang klasik dari Singapura serta suguhan yang dinikmati secara internasional. Ini adalah tempat terbaik untuk mendapatkan kopi dan kue dan menghabiskan "me time". Pelayanan mereka sangat baik dengan staf yang sopan dan efisien. Swee Heng menyajikan beberapa makanan halal terbaik di Paya Lebar dengan harga terjangkau. Kamu bisa mendapatkan kue atau roti dengan harga SGD $ 3. Beberapa menu yang harus dicoba adalah Classic Otak, Vienna Sausage, Durian Passion dan Butterscotch Muffin. Status Halal: Halal CertifiedAlamat: #B1-158, SingPost Centre, 10 Eunos Rd 8, Singapore 408600​Jam Buka: 7AM to 9PM (Mon-Sun)Telepon: +65 6655 0300Website: sweeheng1989.com.sg Facebook | Instagram Kraftwich Kredit Foto: Kraftwichsg di Facebook Sandwich adalah makanan cepat saji yang sehat dan sangat fleksibel sehingga kamu dapat menikmatinya saat sarapan atau makan siang atau bahkan sebagai camilan. Jika Anda terburu-buru untuk bekerja, pilihan terbaik untuk Anda adalah salah satu sandwich segar olahan tangan dari Kraftwich! Mereka juga menawarkan menu sarapan, salad, makanan penutup, dan minuman. Sandwich mereka yang populer berkisar dari SGD $ 8 - SGD $ 9, salad mulai dari SGD $ 9 - SGD $ 13, sementara makanan harganya mulai dari SGD $ 13 hingga SGD $ 15. Mereka menggunakan bahan-bahan segar setiap hari untuk menyediakan sandwich dan salad terbaik yang bisa kamu nikmati. Jadi, pastikan untuk mengambil sandwich saat kamu makan siang! Status Halal: Halal CertifiedAlamat: 60 Paya Lebar Road #01-09/10, Singapore 409051, Singapore 409051​Jam Buka: 7.30AM to 10PM (Mon-Sat)8AM to 10PM (Sun)Telepon: +65 6702 2950Website: www.swissbake.com Facebook | Instagram | YouTube Wok Hey Wok Hey adalah kedai takeaway dengan gaya Amerika-Cina yang menyajikan beberapa zi char yang lezat. Mereka menyajikan mie goreng dan nasi goreng yang terbaik! Ada beberapa kedai yang menawarkan pilihan lain. Kamu bisa memilih 4 varian - nasi goreng telur, nasi goreng Shanghai, udon atau ramen, dan 3 pilihan seperti ayam, sapi, atau udang. Kalau kamu ingin merasakan yang lebih, kamu bisa memesan add-on premium segar dari berbagai pilihannya hanya dengan SGD $ 1. Harga keseluruhan dapat berkisar dari SGD $ 1 hingga SGD $ 8. Hidangan terbaik mereka adalah nasi goreng telur dengan udang berbumbu. Jadi pergilah ke Wok Hei untuk beberapa zi char yang mantap! Menurut perwakilan Wok Hey, toko ini sedang menunggu untuk mendapatkan Sertifikasi Halal. Kami menyarakan kamu untuk mempertimbangkan tempat ini sebelum mendatanginya. Status Halal: Menunggu Sertifikasi Halal (per tanggal 13 July 2018)Alamat: 60 Paya Lebar Rd, Singapore 409051​Jam Buka: 11.30AM to 10PM (Mon-Sun)Telepon: +65 6694 0088 Facebook | Instagram Kaffe and Toast Kredit Foto: Coffee & Toast di Facebook Kalau kamu tidak bisa mencari hidangan favoritmu yaitu mie dan masakan Thailand yang pedas, pergilah ke Thai Noodle Bar di Kaffe and Toast! Di sini banyak sekali Mie! Mereka menawarkan beberapa hidangan lezat seperti Noodle Beef Boat Noodle dan Beef Brisket Boast Noodle with Tendon, serta hidangan lainnya seperti Rendang Ayam. Jika Anda membutuhkan makanan sehat dan mengenyangkan maka Kaffe and Toast adalah pilihan terbaik! Status Halal: Halal CertifiedAlamat: #B1-157 Singapore Post Centre, 10 Eunos Road 8, 408600Jam Buka: ​8AM to 9PM (Mon-Thu, Sun)8AM to 9.30PM (Fri-Sat)Telepon: +65 6789 2327Email: feedback@coffeeandtoast.com.sgWebsite: www.coffeeandtoast.com.sg Facebook | Instagram Jadi lain kali kamu sedang di Singapura, jangan bingung mencari makanan halal! Lihat saja daftar restoran Halal Singapura kami dan temukan pilihanmu atau kunjungi semuanya! via GIPHY...

  • Travel Back In Time To A Macabre Past: A Chernobyl Guide

    Are you someone looking for adventure and rare experiences – a travel experience that will leave you thinking for days or maybe even months? Then Chernobyl is a destination not to be missed. It is a must-visit for any adventure junkie and should be on anyone’s list of places to see before they die. With dark tourism being a new trend in the world of travel, Chernobyl has started garnering much attention – especially with the HBO TV show about the nuclear disaster. So what is Chernobyl and why should you visit it today? Keep reading to find out! A Macabre Past Image Credit: Nikola Markelov on Unsplash Chernobyl was an active Nuclear Power Plant located near the city of Pripyat, USSR – now modern-day Ukraine. The nuclear disaster occurred on the 26th of April 1986 when the No. 4 reactor exploded during a failed safety test. The accident occurred due to a large amount of energy being released which resulted in a steam explosion that caused the reactor core to rupture. This lead to an open-air reactor core fire which released nuclear contaminants into the air, this lasted for 9 days till it was finally contained on the 4th of May 1986. The radiation spread into the 500,000 populous towns of Pripyat, leading to the ultimate evacuation of its residents – they never returned. To limit the radiation from contaminating the air and surroundings further, the site of the explosion was covered with a temporary sarcophagus, which was made permanent in 2017, built to prevent further radiation contamination for the next 100 years. The now-abandoned city of Pripyat and the nuclear power plant look like the setting for a post-apocalyptic movie or book. The revival of its dark past in the famed HBO TV series ‘Chernobyl’ has once again caught the attention of people worldwide, garnering many tourists to the destination –,, especially influencers. However, this led to controversy as influencers posed inappropriately in front of different locations in and around Pripyat just so they can get more engagement on their accounts. This goes to show that as travelers it is extremely important to respect the destination you have traveled to, especially if it has a sad and horrifying past. How To Get To Chernobyl Image Credit: Valik Chernetskyi on Unsplash The main city closest to Chernobyl is Kyiv, it is 100km away – it is a 2 hour journey to Chernobyl if you go by car. The closest airport to Kyiv is the Boryspil International Airport which has direct flights from all over Europe – London, Zurich, Paris, and Vienna to name a few. It is advisable to plan a trip to Chernobyl as a part of a Europe tour as this will help you save up on cash. In case you are already in Ukraine, you can opt for a train ride; the best route is the intercity train from Lviv to Kyiv. Also, keep in mind that there are many budget airlines available in Eastern Europe, you can check websites like Skyscanner for info on cheap flights. Also Read: 8 Tips for Booking the Cheapest Flights for Your Next Trip Chernobyl and The Exclusion Zone Image Credit: G Meyer on Unsplash Visiting Chernobyl doesn’t just mean going to the nuclear reactor itself but the surrounding exclusion zone. It is a vast area that covers a few towns and a forested area along with the Chernobyl reactor. The exclusion zone is an area of 2,600 Km2 (1000 sqm) that goes around the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. The area is off bounds to the general public as it is extremely hazardous. It is required to go through many checkpoints within the exclusion zone; the checkpoint closest to the reactor has the highest levels of radiation. So, is it safe to visit Chernobyl? Yes, to a certain degree. Radiation is known to remain for a very long period, however, in small doses, it cannot harm i.e. x-rays and, long-haul flights. We are exposed to radiation daily however; its effects are almost non-existent. The day tours at Chernobyl are planned in a way that you are exposed to low levels of radiation as you will only be in the area for a few hours and will only be taken to safe spots. People still live within the exclusion zone and a few thousand people work at the power plant decommissioning the old reactors and building the sarcophagus. Everyone who visits the exclusion zone is required to go through an old soviet radiation checkpoint on the way out – this is to make sure that you are not carrying any radioactive contaminants. Important point! Get travel insurance – it is always better to be on the safe side. The Tour Image Credit: Silver Ringvee on Unsplash There are 3 tour options on offer, if you want a quick but informative trip to Chernobyl the one day tour would be a good choice, but if you want to take things slow and, take pictures of the place you can opt for the more longer tours such as the 2-3 days tours or even go for a private tour which will allow you to observe the place at your own pace. The one day tour would be your best bet as it is more convenient and packed with activities. You can get your money’s worth within a span of 10 -12 hours. It is priced between 100USD to 115USD. Also, do some thorough research into the tour companies available; choose a tour that fits you the best. Small groups are always better and, be sure to check if Geiger counter (an instrument that measures radiation levels – mandatory for all tours) are inclusive with the tour package. Are tour guides a must? Yes, definitely. It is better to join a guided tour as you will be safe and the guides will also help make the experience more immersive as they will show and tell you everything you need to know about the place. Other than the famed Nuclear Reactor No. 4, you will be able to see the abandoned city of Pripyat where the staff that used to work at the power plant used to live, abandoned schools, as well as the Pripyat amusement park that was to be opened on the 1st of May 1986 for the May Day celebrations however, it was never to be due to the Nuclear accident that occurred in late April of the same year. You will also be able to witness unique soviet architecture and interior. However, the main showstopper is how nuclear disasters affect humanity and other life, a great example of how important it is to practice ethical science and how the hunger for power can destroy instead of build. Be Prepared Image Credit: Yves Alarie on Unsplash Be prepared for your Chernobyl tour and, remember that weather will play a big role as well – winters can be especially cold but add to the dystopian surroundings of Chernobyl, whilst fall/ Autumn is known to be beautiful. Wear comfortable shoes as you will be walking most of the time and, carry raincoats or umbrellas as it could rain. If visiting during the winter season wear a warm jacket and keep your head covered – especially ears and, wear a scarf – well covered waterproof shoes are also important. Remember that you should always have a Geiger counter with you if the tour doesn’t include free Geiger counters rent them before leaving on the tour. Where To Stay In Kyiv Image Credit: Kyrylo Kholopkin on Unsplash Kyiv is a beautiful city and a tourist destination in its own right, therefore finding accommodation here will not be a problem. There are many hostels and hotels in the area, as well as AirBnBs which are quite affordable. Opt to find lodging close to the tour meeting point; most tours will depart from the Kyiv Central Station so opt for accommodation close by. If you have chosen a private tour, you will be picked from the hotel. Halal food in Kyiv? Image Credit: S'well on Unsplash Finding Halal food will not be difficult as many restaurants serve Halal food. If you want to cook your food, you can easily find Halal groceries and butchers who supply Halal meats. A Google search can quickly direct you to these places without much hassle. A monument of healing and rebuilding for the modern world, Chernobyl is an intriguing travel destination that must be witnessed by all. Hopefully, this guide helps you to plan out a trip to Chernobyl. Always seek adventure fellow travelers!...

  • Here's Our Top 7 Halal Food Recommendations You Need To Try At Least Once At Paya Lebar Square & SingPost

    You may just want to grab some food after walking around the city and enjoying its sights and wished you had prepared a snack earlier as you are worried you won’t find Halal friendly fare in SG – but who needs to spend their time preparing meals when there are enough and more Muslim-friendly food spots in Singapore! If you are around the Paya Lebar Square or SingPost you have many options to choose from. It is also a great place to hang around and enjoy leisurely with many clothing stores and cafes, especially if you are a foodie – you are in for a treat! Renowned restaurants and cafes like Núodle and Hawkerman can be found at these urban hot spots. Craving hot noodles or freshly baked pastries? Paya Lebar Square and SingPost are your best bets! 1. Núodle A definite must try at the SingPost Centre! They only offer three noodle dishes – the signature Beef La Mian (SGD $8.80), Seafood La Mian (SGD $$8.80), and Cool Mixed La Mian (SGD $$9.90). The dishes are prepared in 5 minutes and served in large portions! The classic Beef La Mian is a favorite amongst the fans of Núodle; the noodles are served with beef slices, radish along with scallions and chili oil – all this floating in clear, light beef stock. The chili oil adds a kick to the dish – which you can feel at the back of your throat, however, it is what brings all the flavors together in the dish. You have the option of selecting which type of noodle you want in the broth – thin, normal, thick, flat or leek leaves! Yes, you read that correct leek leaves – but it’s just normal noodles pulled into the shape of leek leaves. The wonderfully stringy noodles are prepared in-house - providing that authentic feel to the dishes. Halal Status: Halal CertifiedAddress: 10 Eunos Road 8, Singpost Centre #01-136, Singapore 408600Open Hours: 8.30AM to 10.30PM (Mon-Sun)Phone: +65 6747 1588Email: info@nuodle.asiaWebsite: www.nuodle.asia Facebook | Instagram 2. Maki-San Picture Credit: Maki-san Facebook What’s better than normal sushi? DIY sushi! That’s right, Singapore’s first ever spot that allows you to get customized sushi and salads and it’s Halal! The self-designated “Subway of sushi”; Maki-san is a real delight. The process is simple just head in, fill in their order chit – with 26 essential fillings, 13 sprinkles, 21 sauces as well as 11 special fillings you have a wide variety to choose from, so you can go as crazy as you like with the options and just watch them roll with it! Halal Status: Halal CertifiedAddress: 10, Eunos Road, 8 #B1-165/166, Singapore, 408600​Opening hours: 11.30AM to 9PM (Mon-Sun)Contact number: +6567476801Email: moshimoshi@rollwithmakisan.comWebsite: www.makisan.com Facebook | Instagram 3. Hawkerman Picture Credit: Hawkerman Facebook Hawkerman is the creation of Singaporean actor Ben Yeo, it is a modern take on Hawker food but keeps to its roots and is one of the best Halal food places in Singapore. Their fried chicken, popiah, and Hokkien mee dishes are the most famous – prepared to have the authentic hawker food flavor. With prices ranging from between SGD $2.9 to SGD $12.9 you have a variety of dishes and beverages to choose from, they also serve dessert. They serve their chicken popiah with a rainbow filling, which will surely look good on your Instagram feed. Their fried chicken is prepared in many ways – one of the popular dishes they prepare is the fried chicken coated with flavorful soy onion sauce and leeks. This is a great place for foodies who like to experience something different as Hawkerman serves traditional hawker food with a twist! Halal Status: Halal CertifiedAddress: Singpost Centre #B1-128/129 409006, 10 Eunos Rd 8, Singapore 408600Opening hours : 11AM to 10PM (Mon-Sun)Contact number: +65 8110 5218Website: www.tenderfresh.com.sg/hawkerman Facebook 4. Swee Heng 1989 Bakery Cafe Picture Credit: Swee Heng 1989 Classic Facebook Who doesn’t love their confectioneries and baked goods – and where else to get them other than at Swee Heng! With a variety of bread and cakes to choose from you will be spoilt for choice. The modern outlet offers tradition with a twist – serving up some photo-worthy baked goods! Swee Heng 1989 offers the classic Singaporean baked goods as well as internationally enjoyed treats. It’s the best spot to get a coffee and some cake and catch up on some much needed “me time”. Their service is great with staff being polite but efficient – serving up some of the best Halal food in Paya Lebar – and the prices are generally affordable, you can get two types of baked goods for SGD $3. Some of their must-try items are the Classic Otak, Vienna Sausage, Durian Passion and Butterscotch Muffin to name a few. Halal Status: Halal CertifiedAddress: #B1-158, SingPost Centre, 10 Eunos Rd 8, Singapore 408600​Opening hours : 7AM to 9PM (Mon-Sun)Contact number: +65 6655 0300Website: sweeheng1989.com.sg Facebook | Instagram 5. Kraftwich Picture Credit: Kraftwich Facebook Sandwiches are the healthiest fast food around and are so versatile you can have them for breakfast or lunch or even as a snack. If you are rushing to work the best option for you is one of Kraftwich’s fresh handmade sandwiches! They also offer up a breakfast menu as well as salads, desserts, and drinks. Their popular sandwiches range from SGD $8 - SGD $9, salads range from SGD $9 – SGD $13, while set meals range from SGD $13 to SGD $15. They use the freshest ingredients everyday to provide you with the best sandwiches and salads you could eat. So be sure to grab a sandwich next time you are on your lunch break! Halal Status: Halal CertifiedAddress: 60 Paya Lebar Road #01-09/10, Singapore 409051, Singapore 409051​Opening hours : 7.30AM to 10PM (Mon-Sat)                               8AM to 10PM (Sun)Contact number: +65 6702 2950Website: www.swissbake.com Facebook | Instagram | YouTube 6. Wok Hey Picture Credit: Wok Hey Facebook Wok Hey is an American-Chinese style takeaway kiosk which serves up some great zi char. They probably serve the best wok fried noodles and rice! Another store which offers the customizing option, you get to choose from 4 different bases – egg fried rice, Shanghai fried rice, udon or ramen, and 3 protein options – chicken, beef or prawns. If you are feeling fancy you can order any fresh premium add-on from their variety of options for just SGD $1. Overall price can range from SGD $1 to SGD $8. Their best dish is the egg fried rice with seasoned prawns. So head over to Wok Hey for some great zi char! According to a representative of Wok Hey, the store is currently pending for Halal Certification. We do advice that you consume at your own discretion. Halal Status: Pending Halal Certification (as of July 13, 2018)Address: 60 Paya Lebar Rd, Singapore 409051​Opening hours: 11.30AM to 10PM (Mon-Sun)Contact number: +65 6694 0088 Facebook | Instagram 7. Kaffe and Toast  Picture Credit: Kaffe & Toast Facebook We cannot get enough of noodles, and Thai cuisine sure knows how to add that spicy edge to the well-loved dish! Looking for a quick noodle fix? Head over to the Thai Noodle Bar at Kaffe and Toast! It’s oodles of noodles! They offer up some great dishes like Signature Beef Boat Noodle and Beef Brisket Boast Noodle with Tendon, as well as other dishes like the Chicken Rendang. If you need a good wholesome meal which will fill you up Kaffe and Toast is the best option! Halal Status: Halal CertifiedAddress: #B1-157 Singapore Post Centre, 10 Eunos Road 8, 408600Opening hours: ​8AM to 9PM (Mon-Thu, Sun)                              8AM to 9.30PM (Fri-Sat)Contact number: +65 6789 2327Email: feedback@coffeeandtoast.com.sgWebsite: www.coffeeandtoast.com.sg Facebook | Instagram So the next time you are in Singapore, don’t worry finding Halal food! Just look at our list of Singapore Halal restaurants and find your pick or visit all of them!...

  • Never Been To Vienna? Well, Here's 5 Reasons Why Vienna Needs To Be Your Next Holiday Destination

    Austria’s capital and its largest city, Vienna has become one of Central Europe’s most treasured gems for a number of reasons. Named for the eighth time as the world's number one city to live in, and listed as one of the best destinations to visit in the world, Vienna offers a myriad of attractions for visitors, young and old. From historic palaces to reputed art galleries, to fabulous shopping and cultural spots, to great restaurants and cafés serving scrumptious cakes and fabulous coffee, to natural beauty as far as the eye can see, Vienna has it all. And so, it's really no surprise that it's become a top travel destination choice amongst Muslims worldwide for its numerous attractions, beautiful natural scenery and relaxed atmosphere. We’ve only listed 5 reasons to why a visit to Vienna is a must here, but in all honesty, we could have come up with quite a number more! No matter how many times you’ve been there, there’s always something new and exciting to explore and discover. If you haven’t realized by now, we love Vienna, and we're sure you will too! via GIPHY Find a Mosque near you in Vienna Find a Halal Restaurant near you in Vienna 1. Schönbrunn Palace The UNESCO World Heritage site, Schönbrunn Palace is one of Austria’s most important historical and cultural heritage sites. Once the Imperial Summer residence of Emperor Leopold I, the Baroque palace today is one of Vienna’s top attractions. Learn all about the history of the Palace and its residents, explore the grand state rooms and private apartments with their original furnishings, marvel at the art, and wander the palace’s extensive grounds while here. Boasting not only a variety of picturesque, natural must-sees, the stunning manicured grounds also feature a number of beautiful fountains, monuments and statues, glasshouses, an Orangery, a maze, among other gems. While the Schönbrunn Palace is on every history buff's itinerary, we cannot think of one person that wouldn’t be interested in at least a part of it. In our opinion, a trip to the Schönbrunn definitely completes a visit to Vienna! Address: Schönbrunner Schloßstraße 47, 1130 Wien, AustriaOpening Hours: Daily, 8am to 5pm (up to 6.30pm during certain months)Ticket Price: Imperial Tour - Adults: € 14.20, Children (aged 6 - 18): € 10.50Grand Tour - Adults: € 17.50, Children (aged 6 - 18): € 11.50Classic Pass - Adults: € 24.00, Children (aged 6 - 18): € 15.20Contact: +43 1 811 13-0Website: www.schoenbrunn.at Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Pinterest 2. Viennese Coffee and Cake If you’re like us and can’t go a day without coffee, you’re going to be more than happy to even extend your stay in Vienna! The city’s long standing coffee house culture means that you will come across a wide array of unique Viennese coffee houses in their most traditional form when exploring the city. Intrinsic to Viennese culture, coffee houses like Café Griensteidl, Café Sacher, Café Central and Café Drechsler are visited by locals and tourists alike. In addition to its obsession with coffee, Austrians are also passionate about their sweet treats, evident in the number of legendary bake houses found across the city of Vienna. After a tiring day of shopping, museum hopping or sightseeing, what better way to kick back and relax than at one of Vienna’s atmospheric coffee houses, sipping a cup of Viennese coffee and savouring a slice of Sachertorte, Vienna’s most famous chocolate cake! 3. Its Museums  Vienna is home to over 100 museums as well as a number of art galleries - even some which are world-renowned - making it almost impossible for museum and art lovers to pick just a few. Boasting art displays from world-famous artists, to collections dedicated to natural history, these museums attract tourists from across the globe. Vienna’s historical inner-city houses a number of imperial buildings amongst museums such as the Kunsthistorisches Museum, the feather in the cap of Vienna’s museum and art gallery scene. In the city’s 7th district, the cultural quarters - Museums Quartier hosts a variety of museums, from the Museum Moderner Kunst (MUMOK), to the Leopold Museum, and the Kunsthalle Wien amongst a selection of buildings of Baroque architecture. A few of Vienna’s other must-visit museums include the Naturhistorisches Museum, Heeresgeschichtliches Museum, and the Albertina. 4. Top-class Shopping Picture Credit - Böhringer Friedrich, commons.wikimedia.org Like we mentioned above, Vienna truly is a destination that appeals to everyone. A shopaholic’s paradise, Vienna houses a plethora of upscale luxury boutiques such as Prada, Roberto Cavalli, Carier, Louis Vuitton and Chanel, in addition to many others, in the place known as the Goldenes Quartier. And, located in the heart of the city, Kohlmarkt is the place to go for fine jewellery and rare gems. If you’re in the mood to learn more about Viennese food items, and crafts, head to the Vienna Naschmarkt and the Brunnenmarkt, and explore away! Frequented by locals and tourists who come to take in the market’s sights and sounds, the markets feature countless stalls where you will find everything, from food and drinks to antiques. 5. It's Muslim-friendly Picture Credit - Bwag, commons.wikimedia.org While Vienna may not be an obvious Muslim holiday spot, it is in fact quite Muslim-friendly. The destination is a popular holiday getaway for Muslims all over the world. With about 13% of Viennese being Muslims, finding Halal food and mosques in Vienna is easier than you'd ever think! There are a number of Halal restaurants in Vienna that serve a variety of cuisines, from Middle Eastern to Asian, so you won’t have to stick to a strictly vegetarian diet as you would in most other European cities there. To find Halal food near you in Vienna, we highly recommend downloading the HalalTrip Mobile app in advance. You'll also be able to find Mosques and prayer spaces near you in Vienna. With around 8 mosques, such as the popular Islamisches Zentrum Wien (Vienna Islamic Centre), they not only serve the local Muslim community, but also allow Muslim tourists to explore the city without having to worry about missing their prayers. Mosques in Vienna are also the perfect place for tourists to head to if they're looking to interact with and get to know the Viennese Muslim community. Tip: Muslims should be aware that although Halal restaurants in Vienna serve meat that is all Halal, finding alcohol on the menu at these restaurants is very common. 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  • 10 Reasons Why Austria is Everyone's Dream Destination!

    Austria is truly a land like no other. It is the perfect blend of history, modernity, and nature. It’s been touted as a majestic and magical land due to its charm and beauty. These are just a few Austria is everyone’s dream travel destination. Here are 10 reasons why a Muslim-friendly visit to Austria is exactly what you need. Credit- Giphy.com   1. A Rich Islamic History! Islam in Austria is the largest and fasting growing minority, from 4.2% in 2001 to 7% currently. But it also has deep roots in Austria, dating all the way back to 1500s, through trade, war, and migration.   2. Sufficient Prayer Facilities Picture Credit - newsinfo.inquirer.net There are many mosques, Islamic centers and prayer rooms in Austria, Vienna in particular, thanks to the growing number of Muslims in Austria. A Muslim-friendly visit to Austria will include a visit to these mosques, including the Islamic Center in Vienna, the Kuba Mosque, Schura Mosque, and more.   3.Availability of Halal Food Picture Credit - www.ibtimes.com.au Halal food in Austria is also available quite easily due to the previously mentioned reasons. Austrian cuisine is full of flavor and variety, and their desserts in particular are to die for. You cannot miss the Apfelschlangerl (apple strudel), the Sachertorte (check for the addition of alcohol), the many varieties of sweet and savory dumplings, or the Viennese coffee!   4.Breathtaking Cityscapes Austria’s cities and villages are full of stunning architecture and buildings that will make you feel like you are in a fairytale land. Some of Austria’s top sights include touring the many castles, cathedrals, fortresses and palaces around the country that are breathtakingly beautiful.   5. Years of History and Tradition Austria is a land of culture that is still very much rooted in history; which is still quite evident even today from the architecture and people. Your list of what to see in Austria would include many museums and historic sites that tell the tale of Austria and its people over the years, like Kunsthistorisches Museum, Naturhistorisches Museum (The Museum of Natural History), the Museum of Military History, and the Sigmund Freud Museum.   6. Landscapes to Die For! Austria is a gem of natural beauty. Wherever you look, there are stunning landscapes green pastures, snow-capped mountains, and crystal-clear lakes making some of the top attractions in Austria.   7. Endless Sightseeing Options Austria is full of weird, original, and absolutely fascinating places to see, like The Murinsel in Graz (a futuristic ship looking contraption floating in the Mur river), and Hundertwasserhaus (a colorful and quirky apartment that looks like its straight out of a Tim Burton movie).   8. Winter Sports The Austrian Alps are the perfect place for snow, skiing, hiking, snowboarding and more! With slopes that are fit for the Olympics and soft, powdery snow, skiing alone is a great reason why you should visit Austria.    9. The Flora and Fauna Austria is also a great place to experience wildlife. One of the top attractions in Austria is the Tiergarten Schönbrunn, or “Vienna Zoo”, situated on the grounds of the famed Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna. It is also the world’s oldest zoo! You can also experience the exotic wildlife out and about in nature.   10. Relatively Easy on the Pocket Austria is a great destination for the modern traveler. It has a vast and extremely efficient public transport system, making it easier to get around. English is also widely spoken and understood, even in the villages to some extent. And it is also a less expensive choice than Switzerland while offering all the same beauty, charm, and unforgettable memories! For more Travel Tips and destination ideas, check out our travel blog or download the HalalTrip Islamic Travel App for more information on nearby halal restaurants and mosques near you....



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