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Curry In Bali is an Indian restaurant located in Bali, Indonesia. We offer authentic Indian cuisine in a modern and stylish setting. The menu is designed to give the customers a unique experience in Indian traditional foods with presentation and quality. We source our ingredients to give the unique taste to our dishes to achieve high quality of food to our customers. The inviting atmosphere and friendly service offers a truly unique and an unforgettable dining experience. We invite you to experience this Culinary Journey with us. Contact: 62 811 393 2220 , 62 812 37892006 E-mail: sales@curryinbali.com Website: http://curryinbali.com/...more

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Curry In Bali is an Indian restaurant located in Bali, Indonesia. We offer authentic Indian cuisine in a modern and stylish setting. The menu is designed to give the customers a unique experience in Indian traditional foods with presentation and quality. We source our ingredients to give the unique taste to our dishes to achieve high quality of food to our customers. The inviting atmosphere and friendly service offers a truly unique and an unforgettable dining experience.

We invite you to experience this Culinary Journey with us.

Contact: 62 811 393 2220 , 62 812 37892006

E-mail: sales@curryinbali.com

Website: http://curryinbali.com/

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Indian

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11

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Jl. Raya Uluwatu No.280, Ungasan, Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Website

http://curryinbali.com/

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62 8113932220

Email

sales@curryinbali.com

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  • Ramadan 2020 | What We Will Miss this Ramadan

    Ramadan is just around the corner. I’m sure most of us can’t wait for it. However, since we may have to celebrate Ramadan differently this year due to the global pandemic, we thought that it would be great for us to look back at how we’ve spent our Ramadan in the previous years.  Remember those beautiful lights that decorated the streets of Geylang? The long queue for food at the Bazaar about half an hour before Iftar? Or maybe the enthusiastic voices of the salesperson persuading customers to buy their products?  Feeling nostalgic yet? Here, we’ve compiled a list of what we will miss this Ramadan. Perhaps we can all take this chance to reminisce and reflect about what we will miss most about Ramadan! via GIPHY 1. Collecting Bubur Masjid (Rice Porridge)  Image Credit: Bubur Lambuk on Tatler I’m sure many of us would remember queuing up in the evening at either the mosques or the void decks to collect the famous Bubur Masjid or Bubur Lambuk. The distribution of Bubur Masjid during the month of Ramadan is a tradition that many mosques still continue till this day. Volunteers gather together to pack the porridge before distributing it to the public. This act is said to promote the semangat gotong-royong (communal work) amongst the volunteers. We will definitely miss collecting our delicious Bubur Masjid this Ramadan! 2. Going For Terawih With Family Or Friends Image Credit: Rumman Amin on Unsplash Many of us often look forward to performing Terawih prayers with our family or friends at the local mosques. The atmosphere at the mosque is just so special; serenity fills the air and we feel some sort of comfort and connection with the rest of the congregants. Perhaps this is the beauty of praying in congregation at the mosque. With the circuit breaker in place, it is likely that Ramadan this year would be different as we are encouraged to practice social distancing and avoid gathering in a crowd. We will miss going for Tarawih with our family and friends this Ramadan.    3. Going To The Bazaar Image Credit: Image by Cedric Yong from Pixabay  Isn’t this the main highlight of Ramadan? Seeing the bright lights decorating the streets of Geylang, don’t we feel the “Raya” atmosphere? I don’t know about you but I would definitely miss going to the bazaar for iftar as well as to do last minute shopping for Hari Raya outfits. With a wide variety of brands and shops available, you will find yourself confused as to which outfit you should get for Hari Raya. Oh and the best part about the Bazaar is that during the last few days of Ramadan, prices get slashed down and you can get many of your Kuihs, Baju Kurung, Hari Raya decorations, and many more, at a very reasonable price. Don’t forget other Bazaars at Woodlands and Tampines where there are sometimes performances by our local and Malaysian artists, who are invited to further amplify the Hari Raya spirit. For most of us, it is during this Ramadan period that we don’t really mind going to the Bazaar even though it gets really crowded, because we value this Ramadan spirit. We will surely miss this!    4. Being Surrounded With Food At The Bazaar and Having A Food Coma Image Credit: Soerachmad Soeryodibroto from Pixabay The crowd doesn’t even scare us Singaporeans during this season as most of us don’t mind joining the long queue to buy those delicious Bazaar Ramadan delicacies like DengDeng, Burger Ramly, Apam Balik, Satay, and the famous Thai Milk Tea at Broti. In fact, you’re surrounded by all the different kinds of food at the Bazaar, not just traditional Malay food but also Thai food, Fusion, Western and many more. The diversity in Singapore also means a wide diversity of food being sold at the Bazaar so you’ll surely be spoilt for choice. The tables provided at the Bazaar makes it convenient for us to buy food and consume it at the Bazaar itself in comfort. With the current unfavourable climate in Singapore, we will surely miss going to the Bazaar and be surrounded by all the delicious food. And don’t forget the food coma that comes after!    5. Iftar with Extended Family and Friends Image Credit: Gradikaa Aggi on Unsplash Ramadan wouldn’t be complete if you haven’t had iftar at least once with your extended family and friends. Going to your uncle's and auntie's house to have iftar together as a family or having iftar over at your grandparents’ with all your cousins gathered in one place; some of us may have experienced this in the previous years. Also, we may recall having an iftar with our group of friends over at a restaurant and spending hours catching up and talking about anything under the sun. While we may no longer be able to gather together in big groups during this upcoming Ramadan, we will always miss the fun times spent together eating with our extended family members and friends for iftar!   6. Iftar At The Mosques Image Credit: Masjid Sultan on Facebook Ramadan is the time of the year where we get to join other congregants for iftar together at the mosque. As Ramadan is the month of giving, holding iftar at the mosque where food is provided is a common practice that encapsulates this spirit. Perhaps for many of us, we remember fondly going to the mosque to break our fast with our family and friends in the previous month of Ramadan. As we no longer have the luxury to do so due to the pandemic, what we can do is reflect and ponder upon those memorable times we spent with our family, friends and our fellow Muslim brothers and sisters, having iftar at the mosque!    7. Going Across The Border For Kuih-Muih & Johor’s Lively Bazaar Image Credit: Jordan Ling on Unsplash For many of us, going across the border to buy delicious Kuih-Muih has been a norm during the Ramadan period. Over at Johor, there are a variety of choices for Kuih-Muih that you’ll be spoilt for choice in no time. Not only that, going across the border also means you get to enjoy some of the most liveliest Bazaar at Johor. If you think that finding food at the Geylang Bazaar is a difficult choice because there are just too many to choose from, wait till you’re at the Johor Lively Bazaar! Unfortunately, given the situation that we are in, we won’t be able to cross the border for our Kuih-Muih this year. This will definitely be missed!   8. Going Over To Our Relative’s House  Image Credit: rizky yogatama on Unsplash During the last few days of Ramadan, some of us may go over to our relative’s place to help out with the food preparation for Eid. We may help to prepare the rendang, or make the ketupat, days before Eid celebration. The fun part about this is that we get to spend time together with our relatives; cooking while catching up on each other’s life happenings. On top of that, we get to share with them the theme or the colour of our Raya outfit which gets us even more excited for Eid. The “gotong-royong” spirit can truly be felt during this period of Ramadan as we prepare for Eid celebration. This year’s Ramadan may turn out differently as we no longer have the luxury of gathering at a relatives’ place to prepare for Eid. We will always remember and miss all those fun times we spent together with our relatives preparing food for Eid! via GIPHY There we have it, a list of things we will miss this Ramadan! Sometimes it's great to ponder and reflect upon the previous years of Ramadan. Perhaps this is a great way to remind us that things will not always stay the same. Nonetheless, even though Ramadan this year will be slightly different than what we were used to, it still doesn't mean that we can't make it a memorable one. We can always find new alternatives and make use of digital platforms to make this year's Ramadan a different yet an unforgettable one. Insha Allah, you can still make this year the best Ramadan ever! Remember, stay home and stay connected with your relatives or friends by constantly checking up on them over the phone or online. In fact, you can even video call your family members or friends to have a virtual iftar date!    With that, our team wishes you a Blessed Ramadan this year! ...

  • Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa | A Halal Sanctuary In The Heart Of Nusa Dua, Bali

    Imagine crystal blue waters, the pristine strip of beach with fine golden sand. A private sanctuary right one of Bali's most relaxing provinces – Nusa Dua. Wake up to the best sites of nature and savor being just five minutes away from the beach. via GIPHY Take a breather from the hustle and bustle of life when you're a Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa. Meet the locals and experience the amazing Bali hospitality. This 5-star sanctuary was designed with accents of the Indonesian culture in a serene botanical setting. Here, you'll breathe the new ambiance and be surrounded by the beautiful architecture and natural elements that resemble Bali.  Image Credit: Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa Just 15 minutes away from the airport, you don't have to ever worry about having to sit through a long bumpy ride. This also means that you could leave a little later than usual before catching your flight back home. Image Credit: Nate Johnston on Unsplash The best time to visit Nusa Dua is some time between the end of May till the end of October – from NOAA (the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration). During this time, Nusa Dua is in the high season of clear blue skies with temperatures ranging from 24°C to 25°C on cooler days and 30°C to 31°C on warmer days.  Also Read: Pop By These Hidden Gems Of Bali The Next Time You're On This Island The Rooms Image Credit: Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa Nusa Dua understands that everyone has different preferences and styles, hence whilst you have the choice of bigger deluxe family rooms constructed to satisfy tired parents and excitable children, or deluxe rooms that offer just the right amount of space for solo or couples. There are also opportunities to splurge in a personalized manner and be transported to your dream. Image Credit: Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa Authentic hardwood floors, spacious balconies with the view of lush tropical gardens and perfectly crisp bedsheets and intricate wood carvings that accentuate the Bali ambiance. The rooms in Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa captures Balinese luxury and identity in even into the littlest details of the room.  Image Credit: Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa; Palace Club Lagoon Wake up to their immaculate outdoor lagoon and when the sun starts beaming, lounge at the patio just outside your room or take a quick dip in their outdoor pool. The Palace Club Lagoon Room and suites give you instant access to Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa's various pools or savor the breathtaking view, peering over palm trees at their spacious balconies. Image Credit: Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa; The Royal Residence The Royal Residence incorporates vintage drapery, heavy textiles, vintage wood within 2 levels. It ensures to encapsulate what classic Balinese royals once experienced. The Balcony extends out into the pool and garden views and it also has a private plunge pool for the whole family. Image Credit: Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa; Nusa Dua Suite The Nusa Dua Suite gives a homely feel, with different levels, neutral and warm tones. It has an upper level with encompassing views of the palm trees line the beach. The separate living area truly makes you feel you have rented a home in Bali. Image Credit: Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa; The Batur Suite The Batur Suite ensures that people who enjoy the outside nature, are gifted with a sleek lagoon swimming pool, decks for sunbathing all in a modern marble feel as well as a lush tropical garden. Image Credit: Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa; The Agung Suite The Agung suite with its white and lighter tones has an airy feel, with a spacious living area. The mature designs, making it the perfect place for 4 adults to come to relax their stresses away in a highly deserving manner. Note: Feel free to request for a copy of the local prayer time table to keep track of your prayers.  Also Read: Get Your Dream Floating Breakfast And Feel Like Royalty For A Day At These 5 Resorts in Bali! The Spa Image Credit: Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa; The Nusa Dua Spa A 5-star hotel with a 5-star top-notch spa makes the trip here an unforgettable experience. Nusa Dua Spa makes it their mission to offer traditional Balinese beauty and spa treatment. The product they use has been a national treasure to Balinese women for centuries. Image Credit: Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa; The Nusa Dua Spa They encapsulate modern luxuries that do not stray from providing their cherished clients with a genuine Balinese experience they will never forget; with coffee and lime body scrubs, milk baths, body, and skin oils that are carefully pressed, natural essential oils to relieve tensions, mixtures of spices, herbs, and plants native to Bali. Image Credit: Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa; The Nusa Dua Spa The Nusa Dua spa ensures to offer a relaxing, restful but also healing wellness experience as well as a traditional experience that could only be experienced in Bali. Dining The dining options are balanced at just enough for your stay of a week, 7 options to experience. Here is a break down of your breakfast, lunch and dinner options. Image Credit: Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa; Raja’s Balinese Cuisine Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa has four Halal-certified restaurants, each set to serve different types of cuisines. The Indonesian council of Majelis Ulama Bali has declared that the food served is Halal and according to the Islamic law. All ingredients and production processes are in accordance with the decree of Fatwa Commission of the Indonesian Council of Majelis Ulama Bali. If you're planning your stay within the Ramadan period, Halal iftar and sahoor will be made available upon request in the 4 restaurants and room services.   Raja’s Balinese Cuisine Image Credit: Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa; Raja’s Balinese Cuisine For an authentic Balinese experience, this dining experience not only serves award-winning food but it does so in an elegant fine dining ambiance. The architecture is wooden inspired, with engraved wooden planks, high planked ceilings in rich mahogany. This ensures that when your dinner of Kunyit coconut curries, sambal tapas, warm spiced Ayam Betutus arrive all your senses are overfilled with Balinese hospitality. Not forgetting the delectable traditional desserts. Note: The menu has an in-depth description of each meal for newbies. Tamarind Mediterranean Brasserie Image Credit: Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa; Tamarind Mediterranean Brasserie This halal-certified restaurant will call you from afar, with its complete structure in wood. The bamboo thatched roof houses an incredible restaurant. The views of the ocean will accompany the wide range of dishes from the west along with side contemporary Asian dishes. From Pizzas to linguine, aubergine dishes to chicken tikka, you can find the traces of Greece, Italy, India on the menu. The options don’t end there, go for dinner for an entirely different menu Tamarind understands the sweet tooth well, with beautiful exotic flavors such as tamarillo, mango and papaya pulp, and mandarins but it also understands classical flavors with inclusions of Toblerone, chocolate, and vanilla. Maguro Asian Bistro Image Credit: Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa, Maguro Asian Bistro If you are craving a different type of Asian cuisine, namely Hong Kong styled street foods, Japanese sushi or Korean barbecues, Maguro condenses the variety of Asian foods into a hip cool setting beside the pool. The fresh seafood will explode in flavor, the combinations of fresh local fruit and spices of Bali to add a kick to your dishes do not fail to spice up the holiday you’re experienced. There is also an international dessert list. Wedang Jahe Restaurant Image Credit: Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa, Wedang Jahe Restaurant Set in an idyllic setting with Balinese women artistically painted on a brick wall. The restaurant doesn’t offer a menu online due to its endless choices that change. Just be prepared for a mixture of local dishes as well as international ones. There you have it, Nusa Dua Hotel and Spa. You have an opportunity to make your dream holiday come true. Free Download: Wonderful Indonesia | Get Your Halal Travel Guide Address: Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa, Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua, Badung, Bali 80361, IndonesiaPrice Range: IDR 1,778,502 onwardsMosques Nearby: Masjid ITDC Nusa Dua                                Masjid Agung Ibnu BatutahHalal Food Nearby: Bebek Tepi Sawah Nusa Dua                                   Queens of India Nusa Dua Website | Facebook | Instagram  ...

  • 22 Kafe Halal Di Singapura Yang Wajib Dikunjungi

    Cicipi makanan di kafe-kafe Halal terenak di Singapura. Coba intip lebih dari 22 restoran lezat ini! HalalTrip telah menelusuri setiap sudut dan jalanan Singapura untuk mempersembahkan khusus ke kamu daftar kafe-kafe halal di Bugis, street food dan kafe-kafe khas Arab, dan tidak lupa kafe Halal trendy di Haji Lane. Pakailah sepatu ternyaman dan kosongkan perutmu karena kami akan mengajakmu melakukan perjalanan kuliner! Jangan lupa ya, untuk memberi tahu pendapatmu tentang kafe-kafe Halal di kolom ulasan di bawah ini! Kafe Halal di Jalan Arab, Haji Lane dan Bugis 1. I AM Kredit Foto: I am di Facebook Terinspirasi oleh kota Amsterdam yang menakjubkan, I AM ini pemiliknya adalah seorang Muslim. Kafe ini terletak di persimpangan North Bridge Road dan Haji Lane. Suasana ala Amsterdam terasa kuat begitu memasuki kafe ini, karena interiornya yang penuh dengan dekorasi ala Amsterdam, tidak cuma itu saja tapi menunya juga loh! Siap – siap ya untuk menyantap makanan lezat, seperti Burger juicy yang di bakar diatas arang dan Frites dan Mayo ala 'Belanda'nya yang khas. Di I AM tersedia banyak minuman lezat yang bebas alkohol, jadi pilihlah menu yang belum pernah kamu coba sebelumnya, dan bersiaplah untuk terkejut dengan rasanya! Kafe ini termasuk salah satu kafe Halal paling populer di Singapura loh. Alamat: 674 North Bridge Road # 01-01, off Haji Lane, Singapura 188804Masjid terdekat: Masjid SultanJam Buka: 11 pagi hingga 11 malam (Senin-Kamis), 11 pagi hingga 1 pagi (Jumat-Sabtu), 11 pagi hingga 10 malam (Minggu) Temukan juga kafe I AM di Timur! Alamat cabang Tampines: 51 Tampines Ave 4 # 03-04, Our Tampines Hub, Singapura 529684Masjid Terdekat: Masjid Darul GhufranJam Buka: 11 pagi hingga 11 malam (Senin-Minggu, Malam Libur Nasional dan Libur Nasional) Simak lebih detail tentang I AM Kafe di sini! 2. & Why ... Kredit Foto: And why di Facebook Dengan sedikit permainan kata, & Why ... juga dapat diucapkan sebagai NY loh, dan jika Anda dapat menebaknya ... YAP! Yang mereka maksud adalah New York! Saudara dari I AM kafe, & why… terinspirasi oleh kota yang tidak pernah tidur, New York. Kamu akan menemukan beragam menu, seperti sandwich dan pasta, serta berbagai coffee brews dan teh. Alamat: 31/30 Bali Lane # 01-01, Singapura 189867Masjid Terdekat: Masjid SultanJam Buka: 11 pagi hingga 11 malam (Kamis-Selasa, tutup setiap Rabu) Simak informasi lebih lanjut tentang & Why ... Kafe di sini! 3. All Things Delicious Kredit Foto: All Things Delicious di Facebook All Things Delicious adalah kafe bersertifikat Halal yang populer, menghidangkan khusus makanan penutup. Dipenuhi dengan barang-barang lezat seperti Carrot Cake, Crackly Top Brownie, Sticky Apricot Pistachio Cake, Orange Cranberry Scones dan banyak lagi, toko roti yang cantik ini adalah salah satu kafe favorit kami. Walaupun kue-kuenya sangat menggiurkan, kami merekomendasikan kamu untuk mencoba sconesnya, yang merupakan high-light dari kafe ini. Alamat: 34 Arab Street Singapore 199733Masjid Terdekat: Masjid SultanJam buka: 8 pagi sampai 7 malam (Selasa-Jumat), jam 9 pagi sampai 7 malam (Sabtu & Minggu), tutup pada hari Senin Simak informasi lebih lanjut tentang All Things Delicious di sini! 4. Fluff Bakery Kredit Foto: Fluff Bakery di Facebook Meskipun hanya menjual roti dan kue, sekali saja kamu mampir ke toko ini, pasti kamu langsung ketagihan untuk datang lagi. Dengan hidangan menu dessertsnya yang tiap hari berbeda, dimana kamu bisa temukan cupcake, kue tart, kue lapis, cookies, dan lain sebagainya, Fluff Bakery tidak akan pernah mengecewakan. Cupcake ala Fluff Bakery hadir dalam berbagai rasa yang menggiurkan seperti Nutella Red Velvet, dan Salted Caramel dan bahkan yang sangat unik seperti Ondeh Ondeh dan Thai Milk Tea. Tapi ada sedikit tips untuk diperhatikan, ya. Pertama, ikuti Instagram mereka untuk menyimak post mereka yang di-update secara rutin. Kedua, datang awal ke toko Fluff Bakery, bahkan kalau bisa sebelum toko roti buka pukul 12 siang. Hal ini penting dilakukan untuk menghindari terjebak dalam antrian yang panjang, dimana biasanya mengekor sampai sepanjang satu blok, loh! Alamat: 4 Jalan Pisang, Singapura 199071Masjid terdekat: Masjid SultanJam buka: 12 siang sampai 7.30 malam / sampai semua menu habis terjual (Selasa-Sabtu) Simak informasi lebih lanjut tentang Fluff Bakery di sini! 5. Working Title Kredit Foto: Working Title di Facebook “Working Title” sebuah nama kafe yang cukup menarik, unik sekaligus membingungkan. Kafe ini, terletak di Arab Street yang padat dan ramai. Working Title ahli dalam hidangan burgernya. Disini, nama menunya juga unik loh dan yang paling enak adalah Baconator, Holy Guacamole, dan Hawaii Five-O juga jangan sampai kelewatan untuk menyicip kombinasi lezat antara manis dan gurihnya Ribena Wings mereka. Alamat: 48 Arab St, Singapura 199745Masjid Terdekat: Masjid SultanJam buka: 11 pagi hingga 10 malam (Senin-Kamis), pukul 11 ​​siang hingga 11 malam (Jumat). 10 pagi hingga 11 malam (Sabtu-Minggu) Simak informasi lebih lanjut tentang Working Title di sini! 6. Afterwit Kredit Foto: Afterwit ¡Hola amigos! Selamat datang di Afterwit. Kafe bertemakan Meksiko ini diciptakan oleh orang yang juga mencipakan Working Title loh. Dilihat dari dekorasi hingga menu yang disajikan saja, Afterwit pasti akan membuatmu lupa kalau kamu ada di Singapura! Kalau kamu datang bersama teman – temanmu, kami sarankan untuk pilih menu family – sized taco set spesial mereka. Disini kamu bisa pilih 4 isian berbumbu yang bermacam – macam tergantung seleramu. Alamat: 778A North Bridge Road Singapura 198796Masjid Terdekat: Masjid SultanJam buka: 17:00 hingga 22:00 (Senin-Kamis, Minggu), 17:00 hingga 02:00 (Jumat-Sabtu) Simak informasi lebih lanjut tentang Afterwit di sini! 7. Mad Sailors Kredit Foto: The Mad SailorsOy mate! Tebak deh siapa orang dibalik kafe ini... YUP! Kafe ini kreasi lain dari orang-orang di belakang Working Title and Afterwit, kali ini dengan sentuhan Inggris. Manjakan diri dengan hidangan khas Inggris, seperti fish and chips, sammies, dan bahkan marmite di Haji Lane. Alamat: 24 Haji Lane, Singapura 189217Masjid Terdekat: Masjid SultanJam buka: 11 pagi hingga 10 malam (Senin-Kamis), pukul 11 ​​siang hingga 11 malam (Jumat), pukul 10 pagi hingga 11 malam (Sabtu-Minggu) Simak informasi lebih lanjut tentang Mad Sailors di sini! 8. Krave (Milik Muslim) Kredit Foto: Krave di FacebookNah, kalau kamu lagi hunting makanan fusion dan desserts yang enak, kamu harus datang ke Krave! Kraving Ayam Bakar adalah versi baratnya ayam bakar dan ketupat yang merupakan hidangan lokal khas Singapura. Salah satu dessert yang wajib dicoba adalah Chempedak Brulee, yang merupakan kombinasi klasik dari crème brulee dan buah cempedak. Alamat: 28 Bali Lane, Singapura 189864Masjid terdekat: Masjid SultanJam buka: 11.30 hingga 22.00 (Selasa-Kamis & Minggu), 11.30 hingga 23.00 (Jumat-Sabtu), tutup pada hari Senin. Kafe tutup pukul 5-6 sore setiap hari, pesanan terakhir 30 menit sebelum tutup. Simak informasi lebih lanjut tentang Krave di sini! 9. Butter Studio Kredit Foto: Butter Studio di Facebook Dari kue pastrynya yang masih panas hingga burgernya yang lumer dimulut, menu sarapan dan dessert yang lezat, menu Butter Studio yang bervariasi pasti akan bikin kamu ngiler. Kalau kamu ingin mampir untuk makan siang, cobalah Good ol 'Benny dan Classic Buttermilk Pancakes-nya, atau kalau kamu sedang nyidam dessert, kamu wajib nih untuk pesan hidangan hasil karya tangan sang chef Butter Studio, yaitu Sea Salt Nutella Tarts dan es krim artisan rasa Chocolate Belgia! Alamat: 147 Jalan Besar, Singapura 208865Masjid Terdekat: Masjid Abdul GafoorJam buka: 12:00-22:00 (Senin, Rabu-Kamis), 12:00-24:00 (Jumat), 10:30 hingga 24:00 (Sabtu), 10:30 hingga 22:00 (Minggu) Simak informasi lebih lanjut tentang Butter Studio di sini! 10. ButterScotch (Milik Muslim) Kredit Foto: Butterscotch di Facebook Suka makanan manis? ButterScotch di Bukit Merah punya semua yang manis! Dari dessert hingga kopi yang manis. Kafe yang pemiliknya orang Muslim ini tidak hanya berhasil meracik kombinasi rasa lezat di atas piring, tetapi juga berhasil menyajikan hidangan yang menarik di mata, yang akan membuat setiap pelanggan jatuh cinta. Jangan pulang dulu ya sebelum mencoba ButterScotch's Truffle Fries, Chili Crab Cake Burger, Pancake Eggs Benedict and Churros-nya ButterScotch. Alamat: Block 164 Bukit Merah Central # 01-3625, Singapura 150164Masjid Terdekat: Masjid Al-AminJam buka: 11 pagi sampai 10 malam (Sen-Jum), 10 pagi hingga 10 malam (Sabtu-Minggu) Lebih detail tentang ButterScotch Kafe di sini! 11. Royz Et Vous (Milik Muslim) Kredit Foto: Royz et Vous di Facebook Royz Et Vous adalah sebuah kafe milik orang Muslim yang mengambil inspirasi dari Perancis. Bistro ini menyajikan beberapa hidangan super lezat di menu mereka, seperti Beef Asparagus, Soft Shell Crab Pasta, Herb Crusted Salmon, dan Smoked Duck. Dekorasi restoran ini simple namun nyaman apalagi ditambah dengan makanannya yang istimewa, bak permata diantara banyak kafe di Singapura. Alamat cabang Telok Ayer: 137 Jalan Telok Ayer # 01-01 Singapura 068602 Masjid terdekat: Masjid Al-AbrarJam buka: 11:00 hingga 22:00 (Senin-Kamis), 10:00 hingga 23:00 (Jumat), 12:00 hingga 23:00 (Sabtu), 12:00 hingga 22:00 (Minggu). Kafe tutup 16:00-17:00 setiap hari. Pesanan terakhir 45 menit sebelum tutup. 12. Mad Jack Cafe Kredit Foto: Mad Jack Cafe Kafe bersertifikat halal, Mad Jack menyajikan segudang hidangan berkualitas yang terinspirasi dari Australia dan makanan fusion dengan harga yang sangat terjangkau. Menu disini terdiri dari makanan ringan, pasta, burger, dessert mewah, dan banyak lainnya. Sempatkanlah untuk mencoba lamb rack atau iga panggangnya yang cocok untuk diiringi dengan smoothies yang terbuat dari 100% buah alami. Alamat: NEX Serangoon, # B1-27, 23 Serangoon Central, Singapura 556083Masjid Terdekat: Masjid Haji YusoffJam buka: 11.30 pagi hingga 10.30 malam setiap hari (pesanan terakhir pukul 10 malam) Simak informasi lebih lanjut tentang Mad Jack Kafe di sini!   Kafe Halal di Barat13. Lynn's Cakes & Coffee (Milik Muslim) Kredit Foto: Lynn's Cake & Coffee Lynn's Cakes & Coffee adalah sebuah toko roti milik seorang muslim. Hidangan spesial dari toko roti ini adalah kue – kue manisnya yang dibuat hari itu juga. Ada cheesecake, red velvet cake, rainbow cake, salted caramel cake, dan banyak lagi. Bayangkan akan sebuah malam, berkumpul cantik bersama teman ataupun sahabat, mengobrol sambil menikmati sepotong kue yang manis dengan secangkir kopi hangat yang baru diseduh, pasti seru bukan? Alamat: 11 Eng Kong Terrace, Singapura 598983Masjid/tempat beribadah terdekat: Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Masjid Ar-RaudhahJam buka: 11:00-19:00 (Selasa-Kamis), 11:00-21:00 (Jumat & Sabtu), 11:00-20:00 (Minggu), tutup pada hari Senin Simak informasi lebih lanjut tentang Lynn's Cakes and Coffee di sini!   Kafe Halal di Timur 14. Penny University (Milik Muslim) Kredit Foto: Penny University di Facebook Penny University yang terkenal selalu ramai ini merupakan salah satu kafe terenak yang kamu harus coba. Tempat ini menyajikan menu sarapan dan makan siang, cocok dinikmati dengan bareng – bareng dengan geng kamu. Menu yang wajib dicoba adalah Sourdough Toast, Eggs Benedict dengan Smoked Salmon, Yoghurt yang mengandung Vanilla dengan Granola dan Croque Monsieur. Kafe milik Muslim ini juga menawarkan macam – macam teh yang menarik, dari Earl grey, French peppermint dan Moroccan rosebuds, serta beberapa kopi lokal terbaik. Alamat: 402 East Coast Road, Singapura 428997Masjid Terdekat: Masjid KassimJam buka: 8.30 pagi hingga 6 sore (Senin-Kamis), 8.30 pagi hingga 10.30 malam (Jum & Sab), 8.30 pagi hingga 7 malam (Minggu) Simak informasi lebih lanjut tentang Penny University di sini!   15. Olivye Cafe. Gelato Kredit Foto: Olivye Cafe. Gelato di Facebook Di kafe Olivye. Gelato yang telah disertifikasi Halal ini, tersedia berbagai macam masakan barat dan berbagai macam gelato yang lumer dimulut. Ada steak, pasta, sandwich, dan salad yang pastinya sangat lezat. Di kafe ini kamu wajib untuk mencoba gelatonya, jangan sampai kelewatan. Mereka menyediakan rasa – rasa yang cukup familiar seperti Hazelnut dan Chocolate, dan rasa – rasa lokal yang khas seperti Chempedak atau Durian, loh! Alamat: Blk 5 Changi Village Road, # 01-2009, Singapura 500005Tempat sholat terdekat: Masjid Al-IstighfarJam buka: 11:30 hingga 22:00 setiap hari Simak informasi lebih lanjut tentang Olivye Cafe. Gelato di sini!   16. The Royals Cafe (Milik Muslim) Kredit Foto: The Royals Cafe di Facebook The Royals Cafe dikenal untuk menyajikan berbagai menu favorit Melayu. Signature Nyonya Mee Siam adalah salah satu makanan harus dicoba, tidak lupa juga menu – menu barunya, seperti Braised Lamb Shank dan Braised Beef Cheek. Kafe bersertifikat Halal ini juga memiliki beberapa menu makanan Western loh. Alamat East Coast: Gedung Crescendo, 19 Upper East Coast Road, Singapura 455209Masjid Terdekat: Masjid Kampong SiglapJam buka: 9 pagi hingga 10 malam (Sen-Jum), 8.30 hingga 10.30 (Sabtu, Minggu & hari libur nasional) Simak informasi lebih lanjut tentang The Royals Kafe di sini!   17. Badoque Café Kredit Foto: Badoque Café di Facebook Café Badoque; kafe nge-hits bersertifikat Halal. Hidangan disini disajikan dalam porsi besar dan tentunya lezat, pelayanannya-pun sangat baik, yang pastinya membuat kafe ini layak dikunjungi. Cobain deh, Rib Eye Steaknya yang juicy, the Breaded Oystersnya yang fresh dan Risotto Squid Inknya yang super unik waktu kesini! Alamat cabang Bedok: 298 Bedok Road, Singapura 469454Masjid terdekat: Masjid Al-TaquaJam buka: 12:00 – 23:00 Selasa hingga Minggu Simak informasi lebih lanjut tentang Badoque Kafe di sini!   18. Lina's Cafe Kredit: Lina's Cafe di Facebook Didapat dari nama pemiliknya, Lina’s cafe bertujuan untuk menciptakan tempat yang ramah, nyaman dan aman bagi keluarga dengan anak-anak Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Lina mendapat inspirasi untuk membuka bisnis ini setelah putrinya sendiri didiagnosis menderita ASD. Dimulai harga mulai dari $ 2,80, mereka melayani berbagai masakan dari makanan khas Asia seperti Mee Rebus Special Mak Timah ($ 4,00) dan Home Style Fried Noodles ($ 6,00), hingga makanan Barat seperti Fish & Calamari with Fries ($ 10,20) dan Creamy Chicken Pasta ($ 9,20). Dan jika Anda tidak makan daging, jangan khawatir karena mereka menjual banyak hidangan vegetarian juga seperti Avocado Salad ($ 5,80) dan Aglio Oilo ($ 8,00). Yang harus kamu tahu adalah bahwa resep Mee Siam dan Mee Rebus mereka masih sama dari tahun 1970-an, loh. Lina mencatat bahwa dia mewarisi resep ini dari ibunya, yang masih dipakai sampai sekarang. Alamat: 7 Jalan Pisang Singapura 199074Masjid terdekat: Masjid SultanJam buka: 11.00-19.30 (Senin), 11.00-20.30 (Selasa hingga Sabtu). Tutup Minggu dan Senin pertama setiap bulan Simak informasi lebih lanjut tentang Lina's Kafe di sini!   19. Chix Hot Chicken Kredit Foto: Chix Hot Chicken di Facebook Tarraaa...-Chix Hot Chicken, sebuah kafe dengan konsep Nashville Hot Chicken Pertama Singapura. Belum bisa dibilang pecinta ayam goreng kalau kamu belum pernah menyicipi ayam goreng pedasnya Chix Hot Chicken! Mereka menyajikan ayam dalam berbagai ukuran-Quarter ($ 10,90), Half ($ 20,90), Wings ($ 10,90) dan Tender ($ 10,90). Semua ayam mereka disajikan dengan roti dan acar. Kamu juga bisa upgrade makananmu jadi kombo dan menikmati side dishnya seperti Creamy Tangy Coleslaw ($ 2,90), Cheese Fries ($ 4,90) dan Mac & Keju ($ 5,90). Tidak cuma itu saja, mereka juga menawarkan empat level kepedasan ayam mereka yang makin naik makin pedas: Mild, Medium, Hot and Insane Hotness. Tapi sebelumnya, kamu harus tahu nih-taktik mereka untuk membuat ayam mereka lebih pedas adalah menggunakan dua cabai terpanas di dunia, yaitu Ghost Peppers dan Carolina Reaper. Carolina Reaper sendiri ada di paling atas pada 2,2 Juta unit panas Scoville, yang kalau diartikan sama saja 200 kali lipat level kepedasannya dari lada Jalapeno loh! Nah, kalau kamu penggila makanan pedas, kami tantang kamu untuk mencoba level Insane Hotness, dengan tingkat kepedasan paling puncak. Tapi, kalau kamu tidak bisa makan pedas, jangan khawatir, karena tersedia juga kok ayam tidak pedas. Alamat: 1 Jln Pisang, # 01-01, Singapura 199069Masjid terdekat: Masjid SultanJam kerja: 12:00 – 21:00 malam (Senin hingga Sabtu) Simak informasi lebih lanjut tentang Chix Hot Chicken di sini! 20. Kafe Hashtag Kredit Foto: The Hashtag Cafe di Instagram Kredit Foto: The Hashtag Cafe di FacebookThe Hashtag Cafe ini bisa dibilang unggul dari kafe-kafe lainnya karena mereka berhasil menggabungkan berbagai makanan dari berbagai daerah di dunia lewat makanan andalan mereka, yaitu Asian dan Western fusion. Kafe ini juga punya menu yang berbeda tergantung waktunya, ada menu Makan Siang, Makan Malam, dan Ramadhan di mana semua masakannya adalah buatan sendiri. Salah satu rekomendasi Chef untuk menu makan siang adalah Hashtag Ala Temasek ($ 14,90). Istimewanya saus Temasek, racikan sang Chef yang dimasak dengan tumis paprika dan udang windu yang dilemparkan ke dalam spageti #Lezaat! Kisaran harga makan siang mereka ada dari $ 9,90 hingga $ 14,90. Selain itu, mereka juga punya item makan siang yang tak kalah populer, yaitu Clam Alfredo ($ 9,90) dan Smoked Salmon ($ 12,90). Terjangkau, bukan? Kalau dilihat dari porsinya sih, ini 100% layak! Selain itu ada menu makan malam mereka, salah satu yang paling direkomendasi adalah Szechuan NZ Ribeye. Menu ini merupakan perpaduan antara 250 gram daging Ribeye Selandia Baru yang dipadukan dengan saus Szechuan ala Cina buatan sendiri lalu, disajikan dengan salad sayuran acar dan kentang goreng. Kisaran harga makan malam mereka dimulai dari $ 18,90 hingga $ 42,90, dan Fish & Chips ($ 18,90) dan Poulet Supreme ($ 24,90) yang juga merupakan menu utama populer mereka. Alamat: 743 North Bridge Road Singapura 198711Tempat sholat terdekat: Masjid SultanJam buka: 11 pagi-10 malam (Setiap hari) Simak informasi lebih lanjut tentang The Hashtag Kafe di sini!   21. Tipo Pasta Bar Kredit Foto: Tipo Pasta Bar Juga dikenal sebagai "doppio zero, Tipo Pasta Bar berasal dari Italia. Mereka punya sajian pasta homemade, hasil dari bahan-bahan berkualitas tinggi, bentuk-bentuk pastanya-pun unik. Setiap piring pasta sangat kaya rasa dan pastinya akan membuatmu terpukau. Eiittss, tapi jangan khawatir, semua pasta mereka (100g) dijual dengan harga yang terjangkau, hanya dengan $9.90. Kamu-pun bisa upgrade size pasta sebanyak 50g hanya dengan $3! Disini kamu bisa milih sendiri jenis pasta dan sausnya (mis. Aglio olio, alfredo, tom yum), topping (mis. Serpihan cabai, parutan parmesan). Beberapa pasta andalan mereka adalah Creamy Chicken Mushroom dan Polpette. Alamat: 778 North Bridge Road Singapura 198746Masjid terdekat: Masjid SultanJam buka: 12 siang-10 malam (Setiap hari) Simak informasi lebih lanjut tentang Tipo Pasta Bar di sini!   22. The Malayan Council Kredit: The Malayan Council di Facebook Smoked Duck Lemak Chilli Padi adalah salah satu hidangan andalan The Malayan Council. Walaupun menu ini adalah harganya lumayan mahal (SGD 28), tapi worth it banget kok karenaporsinya tidak tanggung – tanggung. Dibuat dari bahan-bahan pilihan yang segar dan baru saja dipanen, diantaranya adalah jamur, tomat ceri, bebek asap yang direndam dalam saus uragi, lalu semua itu disiram dengan saus lemak chilli padi yang lezat. Resep yang unik racikan TMC ini tidak akan bisa kamu dapatkan di restoran lain! Salah satu hidangan paling populer mereka adalah Roti Kirai Beef Ribs ($ 39). Sebuah paduan yang belum pernah terpikirkan di tempat manapun. Piring ini berisi iga sapi pendek yang direbus yang dilumuri dengan saus buatan sendiri dan disajikan dengan roti kirai dan salad di sampingnya. Hidangan sedap lainnya dari TMC adalah Kacang Pool Kobe ($ 42), Singapore Chili Lobster ($ 48) dan Mac Kobe ($ 42). Alamat: 22 Dunlop StreetMasjid terdekat: Masjid SultanJam buka: 11:30-23:00 (Senin hingga Minggu) Simak informasi lebih lanjut tentang The Malayan Council di sini! Itulah semua kafe Halal di Singapura rekomendasi kami! Keluarkan jiwa-jiwa hipster dalam dirimu lalu, bersiaplah untuk mengambil foto-foto keren di kafe-kafe halal diatas yang pastinya instagram-able. Jangan lupa untuk download Halaltrip di Android dan App Storemu agar mempermudah perjalananmu untuk menemukan lokasi kafe-kafe diatas, tidak lupa juga ruang sholatnya. Jadi tidak perlu repot – repot browsing dan menumpuk banyak tabs, karena semuanya ada di satu aplikasi; HalalTrip....

  • Pleasure Your Taste Buds At These 5 Cafes in Jakarta!

    Jakarta is home to various culinary delights. As traffic congestion never ends at this city, young urbanites love to spend time at cafes and restaurants to kill time. Here are my recommended cafes and restaurants that are unique, Instagrammable, historical and thick in Indonesian elements. 1. Anomali Coffee Image Credit: Anomali Coffee on Facebook Indonesian coffee beans have drawn the attention of many across the globe, including Starbucks, the world’s largest coffee chain. Far before it opened its first store in Indonesia in 2002, Starbucks has used Sumatran single-origin coffee as its staple offering since 1971. If you are a coffee addict, you need to visit Anomali Coffee, an established coffee chain known to popularize authentic Indonesian coffee. Indonesia itself has made a name for itself as one of the world’s best coffee producing regions and in Anomali Coffee, you can find and taste a variety of coffee beans from all over the country one time, such as Gayo coffee from Aceh and Toraja coffee from South Sulawesi. Established in 2007, Anomali tries to promote Indonesian specialty coffee. It provides freshly roasted coffee under home roasters’ highest standard, but they remained affordable with price ranging from Rp 30,000 to Rp 60,000 for a cup of coffee. Its headquarters is located on Jl. Senopati No. 19 in Kebayoran Baru, South Jakarta, but it has six branches across the capital, from Menteng in Central Jakarta to Kemang in South Jakarta. Website | Facebook | Instagram Address: Jl. Senopati No. 19 in Kebayoran Baru               South JakartaOpening hour: 9 AM - 11 PM 2. Tesate Image Credit: Tesate on Facebook Tesate is known for offering a wide selection of Indonesian traditional dishes, from tahu pong (Rp 55,000), a crunchy tofu dish that is golden outside but silky and hollow inside with sweet sauce, sate sapi maranggi (Rp 124,000), spiced tender beef satay coated in toasted grated coconut to lonton cap go meh (Rp 111,000) rice cake served with bamboo shoots curry and chilli prawn. Tesate derives from the word sate that means satay. That is why its signature dish is various satays, such as sate sapi makassar from Makassar in South Sulawesi, an exotic combination of aromatic beef with mouth-watering, intensely sour starfruit, and sate lilit from Bali, crab or duck meat, minced with spices and herbs and wrapped in lemongrass. Tesate, which first opened its doors in Jakarta in 2008, is located on Jl. Sam Ratulangi No. 39 in Menteng, Central Java and inside two big shopping malls in Jakarta, namely Plaza Senayan and Pacific Place in South Jakarta. Website | Facebook | Instagram Address: Jl. Sam Ratulangi No. 39 in Menteng              Central JavaOpening hours: 10 AM -11 PM 3. Burgreens Image Credit: Burgreens Burgreens is Jakarta’s first organic healthy plant-based eatery and catering. It was founded by a vegetarian couple, -- Max Mandias and Helga, who both believes that what we eat impacts not only our health but also animal, farmers’ welfare and environmental sustainability. Max himself is a certified plant-based nutritionist and chef. 90% of Max’s menus are vegan. They contain natural fibers, plant-based protein, complex carbs and good fat in balance. Learning that dairy is hard to digest and may create allergies to some people, he uses natural dairy made from grass-fed, antibiotic-free and hormone-free cows. He also uses a small amount of local sea salt and liquid amino to spice up his menu. To make it taste good, he simply utilizes local herbs. His signature dish is Vegan Big Max (Rp 72,000), double patties on a whole wheat bun with homemade sauce, served with chips, and vegan ramen (Rp 75,000), organic palm noodle in sesame miso soup served with organic tofu, greens, and shiitake mushroom. In Jakarta, you can find Burgreens in six locations, such as Burgreens Menteng on Jl. K.H. Wahid Hasyim No. 47 in Menteng, Central Jakarta and Burgreens Darmawangsa on Jl. Wijaya II No. 37 in Kebayoran Baru in South Jakarta. Website | Instagram Address: on Jl. K.H. Wahid Hasyim No. 47 in Menteng               Central JakartaOpening hours: 10 AM - 11 PM 4. Giyanti Coffee Roastery Image Credit: Giyanti Coffee Roastery on Facebook Giyanti Coffee Roastery is one of the hidden gems in Jakarta. To find this care, you need to walk down a narrow alley on Jl. Surabaya No. 20 in Menteng, Central Jakarta. Having existed since 2012, Giyanti serves not only coffee but also a variety of bread that they make from scratch. Giyanti, which derives from the Javanese word Babat Giyanti, offers almond croissant, pain au chocolate, apple pie, and egg tart portugu. They all are affordable with prices ranging from Rp 37,000 to Rp 47,000. Like those puff pastries, cakes this café offers are also mouthwatering, such as bolu pandan, carrot cake and lamington. Giyanti uses organic coffee beans. To roast them, the café uses Italy-made Petrocini coffee roaster. Unlike other roasters in the market, this Italian roaster can measure beans temperature so accurately that the coffee they serve is like no others. Website | Facebook | Instagram Address: Jl. Surabaya No. 20 in Menteng               Central JakartaOpening hours: 9.30 AM - 5.30 PM 5. Maison Weiner Image Credit: Maison Weiner Bakery on Instagram Maison Weiner is a café and cake shop where you can enjoy the most authentic Dutch bread and pastries in Jakarta. Located on Jl. Kramat II in Kwitang, Central Jakarta. Maison Weiner is the oldest bakery in the capital. Having existed since 1936, the place offers cakes and bread with the same recipes enjoyed by the Dutch people when Batavia, now Jakarta, was under the Dutch rule. Indonesia gained Independence in August 1945. At Maison Weiner, you can find various Dutch cakes, such as ontbijtkoek, a soft Dutch spiced rye cake, and kerstkrans, a Dutch Christmas ring filled with fragrant almond paste and finished with a sugar glaze that resembles snow. Their prices range from Rp 15,000 to Rp 300,000. Maison Weiner was founded by Lee Liang Mey, an Indonesian of Chinese descent. She learned to bake from her boss, a Dutch baker, at a Dutch bakery in Batavia. It was her boss who motivated her to open her own bakery. The name Maison Weiner was given by the Dutch baker. Today, Maison Weiner is under the management of Lee’s grandson, Heru Laksana. He does not change the exterior and interior of the café so that you can feel the atmosphere of Jakarta old days when enjoying a cup of hot coffee with Dutch bread and pastries there. Instagram Address: Jl. Kramat II in Kwitang              Central JakartaOpening hours: 9 AM - 8 PM...

  • Let's Take a Look Back: 2019 Travel Trends

    The world in 2019 is not what it used to be and, this year has changed how travel is looked at, as well as how people travel. Travel is almost a must now, and young people are flocking to amazing destinations all over the globe every day! via GIPHY 2019 has made a definite impact on travel, what with many things influencing trends and shifting the industry into places it has not been before. People are more enthusiastic about travel and their views on it are more open. Let’s check out some of the impactful travel trends for the year 2019. 1. ‘Instant Noodle’ trips Image Credit: Francesca Tirico on Unsplash It’s not about the weeklong trips or even month-long Europe tours anymore, the smaller the holiday the better! Mini holidays are trending now, and it is fun, practical, and inexpensive! These weekend trips are going to help local economies and boost the local travel scene. Many young people are opting for this kind of travel - spontaneous weekend gateways with friends to seaside towns or lake districts. 2019 is the best year to get your travel plans in full swing, with better-organized transport options and what with everyone owning a smartphone all you need is a bunch of friends, some cash, luggage and, Google maps! 2. Halal assurance with AR Image Capture: Halal Travel Frontier 2019 Report The world is getting more tech-based by the day, so why not rely on AR (Augmented Reality) to support you in finding Halal certified restaurants and eateries in the area? Due to a lack of Halal certification in Muslim majority and minority countries, travellers may find it difficult to verify if a restaurant is Halal or not. However, AR and AI (Artificial Intelligence) can help integrate information on restaurants in real-time making it easy for the user to easily spot Halal restaurants, food, or even ingredients without much hassle. This will also help vendors and restaurant owners to better communicate the availability of Halal food without the need to display the Halal certificate. Bonus tip: Using social media to ask for recommendations from your social circle is a trend as well, even referring to the CrescentRating rating system which indicates the level of Muslim friendliness of restaurants. 3. An Education Image Credit: Pang Yuhao on Unsplash More and more young people are opting for travelling abroad for higher studies instead of continuing in their homeland. This is because it can teach a person valuable lessons and independence. Some people are even saying that they’ll opt for travelling overspending on an expensive university as they can learn many things hands-on, like dealing with people and managing finances in a real-world setting. Some people may even opt for volunteer work abroad or even international work placements that will take them to different parts of the world. Working or studying abroad doesn’t always have to be all work and no play, you will get to experience different cultures, different cuisine, as well as mingle with the locals. Tip: Foreign exposure looks good on a CV! 4. Sustainable travel Photo Credit: Hamza Javaid on Unsplash Eco-friendly travel is a major trend right now! A lot of travellers are actively making it a point to reduce their carbon footprint and respect the destinations they travel to. It is important to dispose of trash responsibly or even reduce the number of plastics and other non-biodegradable packaging while travelling. A large percentage of people choose destinations which host environmentally focused events, as well as has hotels and resorts which are more eco-friendly.   5. Experience-based travel Photo Credit: Rana Sawalha on Unsplash Travellers are now looking for more curated travel experiences than the same old destination based holidays. People who are looking into comfort and nostalgia rank high on the list, as many travellers love experiences that make them feel like a child again. May it be an adventure, music festivals or even wildlife excursions – experience-oriented travel is a fast-growing trend. 6. Co-living Image Credit: Helena Lopes on Unsplash If you like to travel solo but want a safe living space where you can meet new people, co-living could be the best option for you. Airbnb may be a great option but it can be isolating at times, whereas co-living spaces allow you to rent a room with common social areas where you get live amongst likeminded people. This is a trend amongst young professionals and is a great way to start travelling solo if you are a beginner. Lyf by Ascott, a millennial centred project, will soon open three properties at Cebu City and Shenzen – most probably by the year 2021. Roam has co-living spaces in Bali, Miami, Tokyo, and San Francisco – they will be opening in New York and London soon. 7. Tech-savvy travel Image Credit: Christiann Koepke on Unsplash With everyone going digital, travel is also moving into digital territory. With AR and AI apps specifically designed to help travellers find good places to eat as well as where to stay at payment methods as well as checking in to airports are going to be more AI-based. BitPay is allowing businesses to accept bitcoins as payment instead of traditional money; this will revolutionize travel as we know it. Airports are trying to introduce more versatile, computerised immigration and customs facilities as it will cut down travel time within an airport in half. VR is being used to train Muslims in Umrah and Hajj rituals before leaving for the pilgrimage. VR will allow people to have more thorough training experience as a certain step and rites that are to be observed will be taught as an immersive experience. This will ensure that they will have a fulfilling experience on the trip. 8. A rise in female Muslim travellers Image Capture: Muslim Women in Travel 2019 Report There is a growing trend in female Muslim travellers, women want to go out there and explore and learn about the world around them. Many are highly educated and financially independent, with families that support their decision to travel. The travel market is starting to be more women-centric and therefore things like safety and activities specific to women are beginning to grow. There aren’t as many risks with security and family disapproval for women travellers as there used to be. So venture out and have fun! 9. Dark tourism Image Credit: Yves Alarie on Unsplash A burgeoning market for ‘dark’ tourism is gaining fame, what with Netflix’s series “Dark Tourist” focusing on this aspect of travel. Dark tourism focuses on historically significant places like the Holocaust Museum and Chernobyl (nuclear disaster). People are flocking to these sites to learn about the history and how these errors have affected the world at large. 10. Solo travel Image Credit: Andrew Ly on Unsplash A new trend amongst Millenials and Gen-Z folks, solo travel is starting to be popular, as well as important. Trips aren’t all about fun anymore, it’s about the experience as a whole and what a person can learn and bring back with them. It’s not just memories to last a lifetime it’s also experience!   Travel trends are shifting fast and soon we will even be able to travel to space! The trends are catering to younger generations and now, and everything is not about business trips anymore. Travel is more focused on experience and fun – now that you know the travel trends for 2019 plan your next trip and begin your adventure! via GIPHY...



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