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  • World Cup 2018: We've Got Just The Deets For Your Trip To Russia This Season Part 2

    Alright! So this is Part 2 of the Muslim Travel Guide to Russia. If you haven't seen the World Cup 2018: We've Got Just The Deets For Your Trip To Russia This Season Part 1 article, go check it out now! Then come back! 6. Rostov-on-Don Picture Credit: Rostov-on-don Guide 2018 What You Need To Know Rostov-on-Don is slightly warmer than the other cities so sunscreen, sunglasses and hats are advisable.  Sights To See Picture Credit: Pinterest H2O Aquapark is the biggest water park in the city and is definitely great value for money. In addition to pools and slides, they also have a spa area where you can have a fancy ethnic bath – Russian, Roman, Turkish, Austrian, Scandinavian, salt bath, and many more – as well as cafés to take a breather and get a shot of caffeine. KidBurg allows children a peek into the life of an adult by letting them try different professions all in one area. It piques their interest, gives them responsibility and lets them play at real life. They will be occupied for hours here! Don River rafting is a beautiful way to see the city and life around its banks as well as put those arms to work. There are a dozen rafting routes to choose from, the standard one taking 5 days. Before the journey, travellers will be assisted in picking their equipment and gear. Schepkinsky Forest is best explored on bicycle. It has a peaceful setting that lets you be one with nature, and if you’re lucky, you might spot some wildlife like wild ducks, pheasants, hares, foxes and wild boars.  Halal Food Country Chicken Picture Credit - Euro Gunzel Note that this restaurant seves beer. Cuisine: Fast food, burgers, chicken, wrapsAddress:Prospekt Siversa, 1А, Rostov, Rostovskaya oblast', Russia, 344082Operating Hours: 8AM to 10PM (Everyday)Contact: +7 918 513-51-35 Prayer Facilities Rostov-on-don Cathedral Mosque Picture Credit: Russia For Me Address: Russia, Rostov-on-Don, Furmanovskaya Ulitsa, 131Contact: 8(863)264-05-20, 8 (863) 264-31-11Website: Transportation Picture Credit: Railway Gazette Cabs, buses, marshrutkas and trolleybuses can take you from the airport around town, while buses and marshrutkas are your best bet around the city, the tram and trolleybus might be a cheaper option. You can also use the electric train to get about as it covers the entire city including the suburbs, with the exception of the northern side. 7. Kazan What You Need To Know Kazan is no stranger to international sports. The city has hosted four different international sporting events prior to FIFA. It is the perfect multi-ethnic pot housing Muslims, Christians and Jews in harmony. This compatibility attracts tourists to all the festivals celebrated here as the happiest city in Russia. Sights To See Kazan Kremlin is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a symbol of the city. Built in the 16th century on the ruins of a fortress, it houses the Kul Sharif mosque as well as the Christian Orthodox Annunciation Cathedral nearby. Immerse yourself in history taking in the Taynitskaya Towers, Museum of Islamic Cultural, the Governor’s and Artillery Courtyards, and the remains of the khan palace, mosque and tombs of the Kazan khans. The Kremlin also offers spectacular views of the rivers Volga and Kazanka. The Kul Sharif Mosque requires a visit in itself. Burnt to the ground in 1552, the new structure took eight years to build – from 1997 to 2005. It has a stunning structure and the monsque shows an insight into Islamic architecture. Not just a place to pray, the mosque also houses the Islamic Culture Museum. The Islamic Cultural Museum features the Islamic religion, going back more than 1000 years ago. Visitors are educated about the religion and women’s struggles in the area. Visitors are allowed to interact with the Holy Qur’an – especially the self-flipping one – which gives them more insight into the sacred text, and can see versions of the manuscript as well. Another place you should visit is the Suyumbike Tower. The tower is as iconic to Kazan as the Eiffel Tower is to Paris or the Tower of London. Ideal for families with children, the Kazan Circus and the Forsazh Karting Centre are two places you should definitely visit. The Kazan Circus is not just a circus, it is also a school for children who want to learn circus acts. Four of its alumni participate in Cirque du Soleil which speaks for itself when it comes to standard.   Halal Food SofraKebab (aka Kebabso) Picture Credit: Kebab Sofra Cuisine: TurkishAddress: Ul. Chistopol, 61 A, / tel. 203-34-34               Ul. Bauman 51 TC GUM (3rd floor) / tel. 248-69-55               Ul.Prospekt Pobedy 91 Shopping Center Yuzhny (2nd floor) / tel. 248-69-56               Ul. Etc. Yamasheva, d. 97 TC "XL" (4th floor) / tel. 239-36-16Contact: 203-34-34, 89274777481 Website: Vkontakte | Instagram Pizza House Picture Credit: Pizza Kazan Address: Russia, Kazan, prospekt Ibragimova, 61Contact: +7 (843) 212-22-10 / +7 (843) 523-47-77Website: Vkontakte | Instagram Roll-House Picture Credit: Halal Eda Address: Russia, Kazan, Gvardeyskaya ulitsa, 42Tel: +7 (927) 039-10-59, +7 (843) 258-58-18Website: Vkontakte | Instagram SushiShok Picture Credit: Sushi Shok Address: Chistopolskaya ulitsa 55, Kazan, Republic of Tatarstan, Russia, 420124Operating Hours: 10AM to 11PM Vkontakte Chak-Chak Picture Credit: The Global Hobos Cuisine: Tatar family cafeAddress: Bauman St, 7/10, Kazan, Respublika Tatarstan, Russia, 420111Tel.: +7 843 292-51-41Operating hours: 9AM to 9PM Tatarskaya Usabda Picture Credit: Deborah Norman Soprano Cuisine: Tatar and European cuisineAddress: Russia, Republic of Tatarstan, Kazan, ul. Shigabutdin Mardjani, 8Tel.: +7 (987) 225-04-33Operating hours: 11AM to 12AMWebsite: Vkontakte | Facebook | Instagram Dom Tatarskoi Kulinarii Picture Credit: House Of Tatar Cooking Cuisine: TatarAddress: Bauman St, 31/12, Kazan, Respublika Tatarstan, Russia, 420111Opening Hours: 11AM to 11PMTel. : +7 (843) 292-70-70 / +7 (987) 297-77-29Website: Vkontakte | Instagram Prayer Facilities Qolşärif Mosque Picture Credit: Photo by Daniil Silantev on Unsplash Kazan is home to the most mosques in a Russian city so you don’t have a problem when looking for a place to pray. Qolşärif Mosque was one of the largest mosques in Russia and Europe at the time of its construction. Äcem Mosque, Anniversary Mosque, Bornay Mosque, Bulgar Mosque, Iske Tash Mosque, Märcani Mosque, Nurulla Mosque and Sultan Mosque making it nine prayer places in total. Transportation Picture Credit: Rusmania You can take the bus or Aeroexpress train from one of the finest airports in Europe, but note that the Aeroexpress timings are rather far apart. The bus is the most convenient way to travel as it covers the entire city, but trolleybuses, electric trains, commuter trains and the tram are also options. You can also take a riverboat to get about or simply for sightseeing purposes. Anytime other than a Sunday evening is better as it is most crowded at that time. 8. Ekaterinburg Picture Credit: Audley Travel What You Need To Know Also known as Yekaterinburg, the city is known to produce rain frequently so carry an umbrella. It is named one of twelve ideal cities by UNESCO which perfectly mirrors its natural treasure trove of oil, gas, gold mines, and Europe’s largest emerald deposit. Downtown Ekaterinburg is surrounded by woodland parks that turn into forests at the edge of the city. Sights To See Picture Credit: Welcome 2018 Mayakovsky Central Park of Culture and Leisure hosts concerts and cuisine festivals in the summer, and has a railway for children and amusement rides to keep them busy. The scenic beauty makes for a lovely picnic spot. Kharitonov Garden Kharitonov Garden is a beautiful place to take a walk and appreciate nature. A pond lies at the centre of the garden with an artificial island in the middle of the pond, a suspension bridge connecting the garden to the island. A great place to stroll and take pictures to fill your Instagram feed! Dzerzhinsky Club Building or Urals History and Archaeology Museum is worth a visit even if you are not a fan of history. What is most appealing is the spiral staircase inside the building with its vertical windows that is built anti-clockwise and makes for great pictures. In the centre of the staircase from the roof is a five-point star that can be seen if you look up while climbing. Halal Food Café Zam Zam Address: Ekaterinburg, Avenue of Cosmonauts, 102к1Opening Hours: 8AM to 11PM Café at the Ramazan Mosque Address: Dimitrova street, 15, Yekaterinburg, Sverdlovsk oblast, Russia, 620010Opening Hours: 10AM to 11PM Halal Café on the Minometchikov Address: Ulitsa Minometchikov, 1 korpus 1, Yekaterinburg, Sverdlovskaya oblast', Rossiya, 620050   Prayer Facilities Rahman Mosque Address: Prospekt Kosmonavtov, 182, Ekaterinburg, Sverdlovsk oblast, Russia, 620058 Mawlid Mosque Address: Voronezhskiy pereulok, 34, Yekaterinburg, Sverdlovsk oblast, Russia, 620146 Ramadan Mosque Address: Dimitrova, 15, Yekaterinburg 620010, Russia Transportation Picture Credit: Pinterest The tram, trolleybus and bus routes cover the entire downtown area with only buses and marshrutkas reaching the outskirts. You can also use the electric train or metro to get about. 9. Sochi Picture Credit: Yachting Lifestyle 365 What You Need To Know Sochi is not just a city, but a whole region. Greater Sochi consists of mountains and coastal villages that lay by the sea, and due to the excellent infrastructure, connecting it to the rest of the region. Sochi has hosted plenty of summer and winter games in the past three years, allowing the city to develop beautifully. It also offers a range of gastronomical delights. Sights To See Agura Waterfall Picture Credit: Sochi If you’re looking for a peaceful trip, head to Sochi’s waterfalls. Agura Waterfall is the most popular, with Orekhovsky Waterfall and Zmeykovskiye Waterfall stunning beauties too. Sochi Park Picture Credit: Sochi Park Sochi Park is Russia’s version of Disneyland. Compared to international standards, it is pretty small, but according to Russian standards, it is fantastic. Children will be occupied with the rides offered. The fact that the Black Sea is 3 minutes away means you can enjoy a glorious sunset at the end. Sochi Discovery World Aquarium takes up 6000 square metres and holds up to 5 million litres of water spread across 30 aquariums. Take your family and yourselves to another world and discover the weird and wonderful things that share our planet. Halal restaurants Café Halal House Address: Ostrovskogo str, 27/2, Central SochiContact: 89181241919Opening Hours: 10AM to 2AM Café Uzgen Address: Street Makarenko, 32, Sochi, Krasnodar Krai, RussiaContact: 89631614309Opening Hours: 9AM to 12AM Café Lebanon House Address: Novaya Zarya str., 7, Sochi, Krasnodar Krai, RussiaContact: 89284597522Opening Hours: 10AM to 10PM Humus  Address: Donskaya str, 3, SochiContact: +7-862-291-2425Opening Hours: 10AM to 11PM   Prayer Facilities Tkhagapsh Mosque  Picture Credit: Welcome 2018 Address: Rovnaya Ulitsa, 30, Tkhagapsh Village, Lazarevskoye District Transportation Picture Credit: Russian Rail High-speed electric trains, also called Lastochka trains, are the most affordable way to travel between the districts of Sochi quickly. Since they stop at major districts only, they might skip a few stops so be sure to enquire about that beforehand. Since there are no trolleybuses, tram or metro lines in Sochi due to the mountainous terrain, bus and marshrutka are the only way to get about. Since the marshrutkas follow a fixed route too, ask the driver if he can stop where you need to get off as it is not allowed to stop at some places. 10. Saint Petersburg What You Need To Know Saint Petersburg’s weather has a mind of its own, so even though the days are generally cooler in the summer, rains and wind are unpredictable. Come prepared with sunscreen, sunglasses, a jacket, umbrella, and shoes fit for the rain. The second largest city in Russia maintains a vintage look which makes it a delight to walk through, and is called the cultural capital of Russia with its plentiful offerings of art, history and more. It was also known to be the best destination for tourism in Europe in 2016, and its nearly 100 water bodies are just a tip of the iceberg of what Saint Petersburg has to offer. Sights To See Nevsky Prospekt Picture Credit: Saint Petersburg If you want to get a taste of Saint Petersburg, just stroll along Nevsky Prospekt. It is the main street of Saint Petersburg and was planned to be the beginning of the road to Nizhny Novgorod and Moscow. The hub of the city now, most of its life happens right off the Prospekt. People sporting the latest fashion, expensive cars, shopping stores, aged architecture, music and culture are all melded here to be enjoyed. State Russian Museum Picture Credit: Saint Petersburg Walking along the Nevsky Prospekt will give you an insight to Saint Petersburg’s history and bring you to many buildings that have remained that way for centuries. Kotomin House, Stroganov Palace which is now a branch of the Russian Museum, Mertens Trade House, St Peter’s School – also known as Petrischule – who had a famous architect and composer amongst its graduates, and the Meteorological Weather Pavilion are just some of the wonders. City Duma Tower was a five-tiered tower that was used as fire tower from the 18th century. Colour coded balloons would be hung on a metal frame fastened to its roof so that firefighters would know which parts of the city were on fire. Eliseyev Emporium was built in 1903 and has all its original fittings and interiors restored, with the detail in aging done to perfection. Walking into it is like walking into another era. Picture Credit: Welcome 2018 PitStop Chain of Go-Cart Clubs has four outlets in several districts in Saint Petersburg, while Grand Prix Carting Club is also a good option for your go-carting needs. Halal Food Teahouse Khan Address: Sofiyskaya Ulitsa, 54, Sankt-Peterburg, Russia, 192241Contact: +7 812 380-16-16Opening Hours: 8AM to 10PM (Mon-Thu), 9AM to 12AM (Fri-Sun) Obedov Address: 19 K 2 Kashirskoe sh 142, Moscow 115230, RussiaContact: +7 495 775-47-44 Khalal kafe Address: Tamanskaya St., 55V, Vozrozhdeniye, RussiaContact: +7 928 255-55-22Opening Hours: 9AM to 11.30PM Alo Teahouse Address: 52 neberezhnaya kanala Griboyedova, Sankt-Peterburg, Russia 190031Contact: +7 (952) 353 50 12Opening Hours: 24/7 Navruz Address: Leninskiy Ave., 125, St. Petersburg 198216, RussiaContact: +7 812 372-11-21  Brat Cafe Address: 31 Mytninskaya Ulitsa, Sankt-Peterburg, Russia 191144Contact: +7 (921) 977 33 77Opening Hours: 10AM to 12AM Café Bistro Address: 13 Malaya Balkanskaya Ulitsa, Sankt-Peterburg, Russia 192281Contact: +7 (812) 953 50 33Opening Hours: 11AM to 9PM   Prayer Facilities Saint Petersburg Mosque Saint Petersburg Mosque is the only mosque in the city. It was the largest mosque in Europe (not counting Turkey) when it opened in 1913, accommodating up to 5000 worshippers. It is a sight in itself with its beautiful architecture. Transportation Picture Credit: St Petersburg Smart Free Tour Metro stations in St Petersburg are clearly marked with an “M”. Announcements are made in Russian while stop signs are marked in Russian and English, so keep your eyes peeled if you take the metro. Marshrutkas can be taken to metro stations and stop on request. Buses, trolleybuses and trams run through the city and have clear designated stops. You can also call a cab to get about. It is safer to call a taxi or hire them through an app than to hail them off the street. Meteors are the form of river transport that is quite popular with locals and tourists. Boats leave every half hour during the high season and every hour during the low season. Tickets are cheaper when bought as a roundtrip. The bridges across the river open every night so keep that in mind if you are out late. The sight is spectacular, and you can take a boat to get across the river if you need to. 11. Moscow What You Need To Know Temperatures in Moscow differ greatly between day and night, so light clothing is advisable with layers for the night. Moscow is the largest city in Russia and the hub for many festivals, exhibitions and fairs to inspire people of all passions – as the capital should be. Sights To See Moscow Kremlin Picture Credit: ArchiGeek The Moscow Kremlin is the heart of the city and one of Russia’s main attractions. A Kremlin is a fortress where life was concentrated in centuries ago, which is why it is home to many historical sites. Explore the Kremlin and learn the history of this capital city. It is also currently the residence of the President of Russia, which is why the public does not have complete access to it. Tsar Bell Picture Credit: Sputnik News The Tsar Bell and Tsar Cannon are two major tourist attractions even though the reason why Empress Anna Ioannovna ordered its making is unsure. The bell weighs 200 tonnes and is 6 metres high and took 18 months to make, in addition to the 2 years it took chisellers to carve a design onto it. Soon after, a big fire caused it to fall into the pit it was standing on and a large part to break off it, which is where it spent the next 100 years before engineers could figure out how to get it out. The bell and cannon are purely structures as their size makes it impossible for them to be used. The barrel of the cannon has a diameter of 4 feet, and the cannon balls seen next to it don’t actually fit inside. Halal Food Tajj Mahal Address: Ulitsa Arbat, 6/2, Moskva, Russia, 119019Contact: +7 495 107-91-70Opening Hours: 10AM to 5AM Bardak Address: ул. Маросейка, 6/8 стр. 1, Moskva, Russia, 101000Contact: +7 495 624-88-78Opening Hours: 12PM to 11AM Mister Livanets Address: Glinishchevskiy Pereulok, 3, Moskva, Russia, 125009Contact: +7 495 692-99-23Opening Hours: 12PM to 12AM (Sun-Thu), 12PM to 2AM (Fri-Sat) Farsi Address: Kutuzovsky Ave, 2/1, Moskva, Russia, 121248Contact: +7 499 243-20-20 Vai Me! Address: Мясницкая ул., 11, Moskva, Russia, 101000Contact: +7 495 646-02-20Opening Hours: 10AM to 11PM   Prayer Facilities Moscow Cathedral Mosque and Old Mosque Moscow are the two mosques in the city. Transportation Picture Credit: The Atlantic The Moscow Metro is organised into rings and lines to familiarise yourself with the route before hopping onto a train. Announcements are made in Russian and English to make it easier for tourists to get about. The Monorail is more like a landmark than an actual mode of transport, but you can use your same metro pass to transfer onto the monorail without having to pay extra, as it is a part of the metro. Commuter trains link the major cities or districts in Moscow, while buses, trolleybuses and trams are a better way of getting around in the city. The 2018 FIFA Russia World Cup makes it the best time to visit this vast country with its varying landscape and rich culture. Check out the World Cup ticket categories, book your tickets, plan a Muslim-friendly trip to Russia, and enjoy the season. The Muslim population in the country makes for a fairly easy Halal trip to Russia, especially with places like Moscow and Kazan, the latter having plenty of prayer places in Russia that you can locate. You might want to read up on basic cultural ethics and tourist phrases in the local dialect before you travel to Russia....

  • Who Is Mo Salah? Story of an emerging star from the land of Pyramids

    Born in the Egyptian city of Basyoun, 100km or so north of Cairo, Mohamed Salah Ghaly’s footballing journey began in the Nasr City district of the country’s capital. Often nicknamed as 'The Pharoah', he is an Egyptian professional footballer who plays as forward for an English club in Liverpool and the Egyptian national team. Picture Credit: Background Images HD A talented youngster, he honed his skills in the youth teams of El Mokawloon SC and made his debut for the senior side aged just 17 at the back end of the 2009-10 season. Salah was just 19 when he made his debut for Egypt – in a match against Sierra Leone in September 2011. After starring for Arab Contractors, Salah made the move to Europe in 2012 on the back of his hugely successful showing at the Olympics. He struck his first goal for his country against Niger, while he also represented the Pharaohs at the Olympic Games in England in 2012. FC Basel in Switzerland was his destination as he moved continents for the first time. FC Basel provided a brilliant base in his carrier. In January 2014, amid reported interest from Liverpool, Chelsea announced the signing of Salah from Basel. He spent one year with the Londoners, which included an Anfield experience that would later have an impact on his decision to come to Liverpool. Picture Credit: Background Images HD Salah moved to Italy in February 2015, initially on an 18-month loan to the Italian club Fiorentina before he joined AS Roma on 6 August 2015, where he spent two highly successful seasons and accelerated his development. Consecutively consistent match-winning performances in Rome to lead them to a second-place finish and a record points tally at 2017, Salah relocated back to the Premier League to sign for Liverpool on a long-term deal, with the Egyptian taking the club's No.11 jersey. On 22 June 2017, Salah agreed to a transfer to Liverpool. He signed a long-term contract with the Reds for an initial €42 million fee that could rise to €50 million. He became the first player ever to win three Premier League Player of the month awards in the same season. Picture Credit: Sky News On 22 April 2018, Salah was awarded the PFA Players 'Players of the Year Award. In the 2018 UEFA Champions League Final against Real Madrid, Salah injured his left shoulder in the 30th minute. After initially carrying on, he left the field in tears after going to ground in a challenge with Madrid defender Sergio Ramos. He got injured in the Champions League final on 26 May 2018 as Liverpool lost 3-1 to Real Madrid in Kiev. Mo Salah's injury news was a shock for all football fans. Mohamed Salah fitness update : The Egyptian FA stated that this would have no effect on his playing at the 2018 World Cup in Russia and that Salah would still be named in the Egyptian team's final squad. The player himself tweeted that he was “confident” of proving his fitness in time for Russia. Salah flew out to Spain earlier last week to undergo specialist treatment to aid his rehabilitation ahead of the 2018 World Cup. The Muslim often celebrates goals by performing the sujood. Salah is already wildly celebrated on the terraces both home and away, earning acclaim well beyond the club's fan base....

  • Top Travel Destinations in 2018 on the Bucket List of Muslim Travel Influencers

    If you’re a travel addict like we are, you’re sure to have your own travel bucket list for 2018. But with the world offering so much magnificence to see and do, deciding on the best places to travel in 2018 for us was quite a task! So we decided to ask some of our favorite Muslim travel influencers to tell us which destinations were on top of their travel bucket lists for 2018 and why. We loved hearing their opinions on the best places to travel in 2018 and we were absolutely delighted that they were so varied. Here’s what they had to say! Iran and Oman - @muslimtravelers Zaid and Huda are a Muslim power couple residing in the United States. Having visited over 50 countries, they have set their sights on Iran and Oman for 2018. On asked why these two countries are at the top of their travel bucket list for 2018 - as they are not as commonly mentioned in most individuals’ bucket lists - this is what they answered: ‘Both countries are underrated in our opinion, as each of them have so much to offer: rich history that goes back thousands of years, authentic culture, gorgeous palaces, gardens and natural landscapes, spectacular mosques, and of course, wonderful and hospitable people.’ And boy are they right! Iran is home to some fascinating museums and galleries, architectural marvels and even a number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as the beautiful Golestan Palace, Susa, Persepolis and the Jameh Mosque of Isfahan. From the historic Persian Garden of Eram to the vibrantly coloured Nasir ol Molk Mosque, to bustling bazaars, and the ski slopes of Shemshak, the attractions that Iran offers will leave you in awe and definitely out of time! Oman’s varied and diverse landscapes have made it an up-and-coming tourist spot. Offering some of the best scuba diving sites in the world, stunning historical forts, pristine beaches, rich greenery and wildlife, and not-to-be-missed desert camps, Oman sure gets our vote for one of the top places to visit in the world this year! Let’s also not forget that with both destinations being predominantly Muslim, finding Halal food and places to offer your prayers will not be a problem at all! Cape Town and Marrakesh - @faizdickievp From exploring his home country, to experiencing the best of what the Big Apple had to offer, and even joining us on a trip to the Philippines, Malaysian influencer Mohd Nasrul Faiz Abu Azal has travelled the world. Cape Town and Marrakesh are the two destinations on his travel bucket list for 2018. Here’s why: ‘Apart from the fact that I love animals and I have been watching Animal Planet with my father for years when I was growing up, I have never been to the African Continent so I would like to tick it (Cape Town) off my bucket list.’ Regarding Marrakesh, ‘I once watched a documentary about Marrakesh and what attracted me most is its street food! Since I’m a foodie I would love to go there and experience it myself - plus, I don’t have to worry about its Halal status!’ Both, Cape Town and Marrakesh are immensely gorgeous destinations. Rich in culture, home to breathtaking sites, and more importantly, Muslim-friendly!   France and Venice - @yunitameliani_ Yunita Tri Ratna Meliani’s recent adventures have been in destinations like South Korea and Turkey, and this year she hopes to pay France and Venice a visit with her husband, mostly because of its beautiful architecture and romantic scenery. France has long been one of the best honeymoon destinations on earth as well as one of the most popular tourist destinations amongst families. Home to iconic attractions such as the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre, exquisite cuisine, and charming landscapes, the country has much to offer. France does house a sizeable population of Muslims, so finding Halal food and mosques in most major cities will be possible. People from all over the world are drawn to picturesque Venice, said to be one of Italy’s most popular attractions. With canals instead of streets, and historic buildings sure to keep you distracted for hours, this floating city sure gets our vote too! It is also worthy to note that although finding Muslim-friendly facilities such as Mosques and Halal restaurants in Venice will be difficult, it won’t be impossible.   Nusa Penida - @daneswra Danes, having already been to Bali, really got into it and told us exactly why Nusa Penida - an island found to the southeast of Bali - is on her bucket list, and what she’d like to experience there. ‘The island in the southeastern region of Bali’s Klungkung Regency has many coral reefs, cliffs and hills that make the atmosphere on this island unique and exotic . Some of the tourist attractions are: Broken Beach, Angel's billabong, Crystal Bay, Atuh Beach, Goa Giri Putri and Hutan Tembeling. Nusa Penida is located between two beautiful islands named Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan, so if I go to Nusa Penida, I can visit the other two islands, and experience the three islands’ spectacular scenery. Nusa Penida offers many things for me to explore. Nusa Penida not only offers beauty that is still natural, but also the beauty of cultural customs and the local wisdom of the people, which are three things that cannot be separated from Bali.’ Indonesia is one of the best countries to visit in Asia (according to who/why?), and although Bali is a famous must-visit destination, we love that Danes has the lesser-known Nusa Penida on her bucket list for 2018! Exploring the unexplored definitely appeals to us! Cairns and Xi’an - @thetudungtraveller Residing in Singapore, Atikah Amalina is an English & Literature teacher, a social activist for women’s empowerment and an avid traveler. She has been to places like Seoul, Tasmania and Edinburgh, and for 2018 here are her destination goals: ‘Two places I would like to visit in 2018 are Cairns and Xi’an. I love diving and diving in the Great Barrier Reef in Cairns has been a dream for the longest time! I’ve also always wanted to experience the majesty of the terracotta warriors! InshaAllah, my path will lead me to these 2 places this year!’ Said to be the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, the perfect destination for adrenaline junkies and those into all things outdoors, we think Atikah couldn’t have picked a better destination than Cairns! Australia also happens to be a great destination for Muslims. Find out the best places to visit, shop, dine and pray in our guide to Australia. China’s Xi’an is a history buff’s dream spot. With ancient stories sure to keep any visitor riveted, Xi’an is home to countless attractions - historical, cultural and scenic - and a Muslim Quarter with over ten mosques! You won’t have to worry about finding Halal food there either, so eat to your heart’s content! :) Bali & Japan - @Nurfatiin Singaporean fashion and lifestyle blogger, Nur Fatiin picked Bali and Japan as the destinations she would like to visit in 2018: ‘I have been to Bali several times but it’s also a place I will never get tired of. This year, I can’t wait to be back in Bali because I will be going there with my husband for our honeymoon. I want to go to new and undiscovered places with him. We’ll create new memories at places I have been before. I have always wanted to go to the Land of the Rising Sun. To witness the sakura blossoms and to experience the weird and interesting paraphernalia that Japan has to offer. Oh, Bali! Every time we even hear the word Bali, all we can think of is relaxing on a jaw-dropping beach, sipping a virgin mojito, surrounded by pure tropical bliss. Popular as a backpacking spot, as well as amongst honeymooners and even families, Bali manages to suit everyone’s requirements and budgets, while offering unlimited fun. A mix of ancient and modern, Japan is sure to charm your socks off! Offering so much to see and do, no matter how many times you’ve been, you’re sure to never get tired of it. There are also numerous Halal-friendly tours being offered, such as the Halal Gourmet Food Tour Package to Tokyo, Japan, so it may be time to book your next vacation!...

  • Follow Mega, Faiz & Eenah's HalalTrip to Philippines as they explore Manila, Bohol & Cebu!

    HalalTrip's recently-concluded Halal-friendly trip to the Philippines featured the unique travel experiences of Aizat, Puteri & Syazwan who journeyed across vibrant Davao City in Mindanao Island and the urbanized metropolitan city of Manila. This weekend, HalalTrip will be collaborating with a group of new social media influencers to explore more destinations in the Philippines - Manila, Bohol and Cebu. The second leg of HalalTrip's journey to the Philippines will be held from the 30th of May to the 3rd of June 2016 and will once again provide a unique perspective of traveling as a Muslim traveler. Three social media influencers from Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore will be embarking on this trip: Mega Iskanti from Indonesia Instagram Account: @megaiskanti Faiz from Malaysia Instagram Account: @faizdickievp Ruzainah Rosmadi from Singapore Instagram Account: @eenahflamingo   You may follow their journey on their HalalTrip timelines as well their personal social media accounts and explore the Philippines together with them! Don't forget to follow HalalTrip on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter as we give you real time updates straight from the Philippines.   Click here for more details and more travel information about the Philippines   ...

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