Soup dishes in many flavors.

Batu Caves, Malaysia



Soup dishes in many flavors.


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No. 3 Jalan 11, Selayang Baru, Batu Caves, Malaysia


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  • Never Been To Malaysia? Here are 5 Reasons Why It Needs To Be Your Next Vacation Spot!

    Being a middle-class destination for a holiday, Malaysia is located at the core of Southeast Asia. It is proving to be brimming each year with an abundance of travel hotspots, gourmet cuisines at every block of the country and an atmosphere infused with a unique blend of cultures. It does not stop there! It is of no surprise that Malaysia is one of the most popular destinations among Muslim travellers based on the availability of halal food, convenient access to prayer amenities and wide range of Muslim-friendly hotels and tourist attractions. Malaysia may be a diverse region comprising of a population of approximately 32 million people but they never fail to provide an ultimate `Muslim-friendly vacation` for families who are visiting the country for the first time. Without further ado, let's jump into the top 5 reasons why Malaysia should be your next holiday destination! Read more about Malaysia 1) Easy to find affordable Halal food You would not have completely experienced the whole of the Malaysian lifestyle if you did not try out the local food they have to offer. Their cuisines range from a variety of different cultures - Indian to Malay to Chinese and so on. If you are a fan of spicy food bursting with flavors, you should definitely explore the restaurants in Malaysia. They will leave you in a food coma with zero regrets. There is no shortage when it comes to the availability of restaurants serving Malaysian cultural food. Be sure to bump into carts and huts that are known for reasonable pricing at every street corner. Bukit Bintang is a spot-on example to satisfy your Malaysian cultural food fix with a literal street jam packed with gourmet food shacks serving the typical Malaysian delights like Satay, Nasi Lemak, Teh Tarik etc. You will be assured of the Halal factor of the food, considering that the majority of the population is dominated by Muslims. Some Halal eateries that will leave you salivating for more: Ayam Penyet Api Restaurant Contact number: +603 8020 7499Website: AyamPenyetPrice range: RM11.90 – RM20.00 Satay Satay Restaurant Location: Paradigm Mall, No.1, Jalan SS7/ 26A, Kelana Jaya, Petaling Jaya 47301Contact number: +60 3-7887 7908Price range: RM9.90 – RM15.90 Capital Café Location: 213, Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, City Centre, 50100 Kuala LumpurContact number: +60 3-2110 5591 2) Unique mosques Due to Islam being one of the core religions practiced by the Malays, there are a plethora of mosques available in Malaysia which encourages the Muslims to carry out daily prayers and religious activities. The beauty of each mosque differs from each other. One thing you will notice is that each mosque has its unique feature and its own way of portraying Islamic architecture. The mosques portray a variety of intricate designs on their monuments which would make them stand out individually. However, one must be cautious about behaviorism and how they conduct themselves as mosques are sacred places of worship. There are certain etiquettes that each mosque follows and tourists should be mindful of these before visiting to avoid disrespecting the mosque and those worshipping in it. A few of the standard ones would be the removal of shoes before entering the mosque, wearing appropriate clothing and keeping volumes to a minimum. Some of the most unique mosques you can expect to come across would be the following listed below: Malacca Straits Mosque, Malacca (The floating mosque) Location: Jalan Pulau Melaka 8, 75000 MelakaOperating hours: 9AM - 5PMContact number: +60 17-377 0309 Putra Mosque Location: Persiaran Persekutuan, 62502 Putrajaya, Wilayah Persekutuan PutrajayaOperating hours: 9AM-12.30PM, 2-4PM, 5.30-6PM (Sat-Thurs)                                3PM-4PM, 5.30PM-6PM. (Fri)Contact number: +60 3-8888 5678 Crystal Mosque Location: Pulau Wan Man, 21000 Kuala Terengganu, TerengganuContact number : +60 9-627 1111Operating hours: 10AM–7PM (Mon-Thurs)                                9AM–7PM (Fri-Sun) 3) Affordable shopping outlets Shopping malls all throughout the country radiate with the "shop till you drop" vibes thanks to their mammoth assortment of both high-end and affordable spending options. They are compacted into the copious floors that entail you to crane your neck while attempting to figure out which floor you are on (and discounts of course!). Malaysia is one of the most ideal places to grab a bargain without having to compromise on quality, which is a crowd-drawing aspect that the country provides for visitors on a vacation. Below are a few wallet-friendly options you can opt for: To find enjoyable entertainment facilities for the traveling kids, along with a worthy shopping experience do drop by to Berjaya Times Square and Sungei Wang Plaza. Berjaya Times Square Location: 1, Jalan Imbi, 55100 Kuala LumpurOperating hours: 10AM-10PM(Daily)Contact number: 1 300 888 988 Sungei Wang Plaza Location: Lower Basement One, SWP Box No. 009, Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala LumpurOperating hours: 10AM-10PMContact number: 03-2148 6109 For a lively and bustling street shopping experience head over to the Central Market and Petaling Street. Central Market Location: Jalan Hang Kasturi, City Centre, 50050 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah PersekutuanOperating hours: 10AM-9.30PMContact number: +60 1-300-22-8688 Petaling Street Location: Jalan Petaling, City Centre, 50000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah PersekutuanOperating hours: 10AM-12AMContact number: +60 3-2032 5988 4) Affordable hotels and unique accommodations As the annual inflow of tourists increases in Malaysia, the country keeps up in terms of accommodations and hotels for visitors. They have a huge selection of unique and one of a kind types of lodging, breaking the norm of having to live in dull and the usual `Bed & Breakfast` dwelling options. Malaysia does not undergo scarcity when it comes to listing down amazing Muslim-friendly accommodation spots. It need not be a 5-star rated hotel to give you the best of amenities and a great stay. A large number of budget-friendly accommodations here could provide tourists with an unforgettable experience and a whole bunch of Instagram-worthy pictures, while radiating a luxurious lifestyle without having to create a dent in their wallet. Here are some Muslim-friendly lodging options which will deliver an ultimate Malaysian experience for you and your family: Time Capsule Retreat Location: Sungai Lembing, 26200 Sungai Lembing, Pahang, MalaysiaPrice range: RM118 – RM498 (per night)Contact: +013 963 8888 Bamboo Village, Hulu Langat, Selangor Location: Off Jalan Pelangi 5, Taman Desa Pelangi, Batu 11, 43100 Hulu LangatContact: 019-2275620 /016-2226424Email: Wind Paradise, Sabah Location: 89308 Kundasang, Sabah, MalaysiaContact: +6019 8000 201E-mail: booking@mrsabah.comPrice: RM170 – RM380(for standard rooms)           RM220- RM300(for the Mongolian Yurts) 5) Muslim-friendly attraction sites Malaysia is indeed a spot where there is so much to do and so much to see. You can be assured that you will not be left bored to tears. They range from picnicking on the beaches and trekking in the rainforests to visiting some of nature's wonders like Batu Caves and Bukit Tabur. If you have the above listed in your itinerary then you are definitely in for an exhilarating time at Malaysia. Muslims have plenty of attractions to choose from. Taking into account the vast amount of Muslim-friendly tourists hot-spots, it would be a challenge trying to name the most favorable. However, some of them that could be deemed as top attractions are listed below: Sunway Lagoon Location: Subang Jaya, 3, Jalan PJS 11/11, Bandar Sunway, 47500 Petaling JayaOperating hours: 10AM-6PMContact number: +603 5639 0000Website: SunwayLagoon Petronas Twin Towers Location: Concourse Level, Lower Ground, 50088, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala LumpurOperating hours: 9AM-9PMContact: +603 2331 8080Website: PetronasTwinTowers Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia Location: Perdana, Jalan Lembah, Perdana Botanical Gardens, 50480 Kuala LumpurOperating hours: 10AM-6PMContact: +60 3-2092 7070Website: IAMM As Malaysia is leaning towards a more Islamic approach, the country would be a highly-recommended destination for a Muslim family looking for a holiday without having to worry about non-halal products or eateries.​ Read more Halal Travel Blogs...

  • Best Muslim-Friendly Places to Travel in 2018 by Month

    A new year brings new beginnings and opportunities – and a reason to create a new travel bucket list with dream destinations to visit. There is nothing more exciting than exploring a fascinating destination and experiencing a new culture. These perfect destinations to visit for each month of the year are not only ideal for Halal holidays, but for unforgettable travel experiences too.   Top Muslim Holiday Destinations – Halal holidays 2018   January – Cape Town   Kick off the new year in Cape Town, South Africa! The Cape Town summer is ideal for fun activities such as swimming and to spend a day at the beach as well, so don’t miss out on Camps Bay or Boulder’s Beach. January is also very lively with festivities that include music festivals and outdoor cinemas – so you won’t be bored at all. Don’t forget to take a cable car ride up Table Mountain and appreciate the region’s magnificent scenery either. Cape Town is one of the best holiday destinations for Muslim families too, with numerous Halal eateries and cuisines – and entertainment for everyone too.   Find nearby Halal food places in Cape town Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in Cape town   February – Maldives   White sandy beaches framed by the sparkling blue-green ocean and fine weather – these are just some of the reasons to visit Maldives in February. You can enjoy the best of water sports, snorkeling, diving and island hopping to name few thrilling activities. The Maldives is also ideal for big Muslim travel groups where you can stay at gorgeous Halal-friendly accommodation with amazing ocean scenery – and easily find Halal food near you.   Find nearby Halal food places in Maldives Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in Maldives   March – Morocco Travelers can enjoy the warm sunshine and chilly nights in Marrakesh or the cooler climate in Casablanca during spring in Morocco. Marrakesh is an interesting cultural hub where you can marvel at some beautiful architecture. Some top attractions to see include Jardin Majorelle and Koutoubia Mosque, and don’t forget to drop by the souks in Medina either. If you visit Casablanca, do explore the museums and galleries, including interesting historical places such as the Hassan II Mosque and La Corniche. Morocco is a great destination for Halal holiday vacations, and where you can easily locate Halal restaurants –the local cuisine is amazing too. Find nearby Halal food places in Maldives Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in Maldives   April – The Netherlands   What could be more beautiful than tulips in the springtime? Visit the Keukenhof in Lisse to experience this truly spectacular scene in April. Whether you spend all day walking through the winding streets or decide to take a canal cruise and admire the old buildings – you will appreciate this charming, colourful city soon enough. Do visit the famous historical spots such as the Anne Frank Museum or the famous Rijksmuseum research library. Another intriguing city to visit is Rotterdam, where you can see Erasmus Bridge and the famous Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen. Finally, you can locate Halal eateries with no issues in the main cities, and the country is home to different cultures too.   Find nearby Halal food places in Netherlands Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in Netherlands    May – France There is nothing like spending spring in Paris where you stroll through the streets visiting famous galleries, museums and fascinating historical landmarks. Paris is also a shopaholic’s haven too. From The Louvre, Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral to the Arce de Triomphe – France has a rich history. The cities of Nice, Lyon and Bordeaux are worth a visit too. France does have some of the most Muslim friendly cities in Europe including Paris where there is no shortage of delicious Halal eateries to try out.   Find nearby Halal food places in France Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in France     June – Sweden   Atrip to Sweden in June is when you can enjoy the wonderful Swedish summer, during which the sun shines for 12 hours – the longest days of year for the country. Sweden is breathtakingly beautiful with lakes, lush green scenery framed by mountains and is also famous for the reindeer herds in the Lapland regions. Nature lovers can take a ferry ride to Djurgården Park to experience the Swedish landscape. The capital city, Stockholm has a rich history with interesting tourist attractions and museums to visit – don’t miss Drottningholm Palace and the Vasa Musuem. Some of the most Muslim friendly cities in Europe are in Sweden, where you can easily find prayer places and mosques near you –including Halal restaurants as well.   Find nearby Halal food places in France Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in France     July – Kenya   If exciting adventure is your thing, visiting Kenya in July is just perfect. Nature lovers will get the opportunity to see wildebeest and zebras crossing over from Tanzania – so going on a safari for amazing wildlife encounters is the best thing to do. You can also observe all kinds wildlife gathering around watering holes and visiting places such as the Nairobi National Park is a rewarding experience. The colder climate is perfect for outdoor activities such as hiking too. Kenya quite Muslim-friendly and it won’t be hard to find Halal food near you or mosques either.   Find nearby Halal food places in France Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in Kenya      August – Malaysia   The fine weather during this time is perfect for outdoor activities and island hopping – ideal to plan beach getaways to Tioman Island, Redang Island or maybe a trip to Borneo. Langkawi is another fascinating place to visit for nature and wildlife lovers. Kuala Lumpur is also a great spot for shopping and it’s a great time to take a city tour to explore the famous attractions of the city. The famous Batu Caves is also another famous attraction that you cannot miss. Malaysia is an ideal budget travel destination in 2018 and is also perfect for Halal holiday vacations – locating Halal restaurants and prayer facilities is quite easy especially in Kuala Lumpur and Johor Bahru.   Find nearby Halal food places in Malaysia  Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in Malaysia   September – Germany   Travelers who would like to have Halal holidays in Europe should consider an exciting trip to Germany. This is where you can explore Muslim friendly cities in Europe such as Berlin, Hamburg and Munich. But Germany has many interesting attractions and historical landmarks that you cannot miss – Brandenburg Gate, Neuschwanstein Castle, Cologne Cathedral and so much more. Autumn starts around September, so the cities and countryside look especially beautiful where tourists can enjoy the pleasant weather too.   Find nearby Halal food places in Germany Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in Germany   October – United States   This travel destination is one of the best places to enjoy autumn – especially in New York, Chicago, and San Francisco. You can also find Halal and Muslim-owned restaurants in these states as well. When in New York, do visit Central Park or drop by the Statue of Liberty or if you prefer to visit San Francisco, don’t miss out on Chinatown and the Golden Gate Bridge. Chicago is just as interesting with the Field Museum of Natural History and many galleries that are worth checking out Find nearby Halal food places in the United States  Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in the United States   November – Japan   The fall season in Japan is when you will get to see beautiful autumn foliage and enjoy cool-crisp weather. Visit parks or gardens in Tokyo and other main citiess to take nature’s beauty – or even take hike in Kamakura. But Japan also has some major attractions you cannot miss such the 17th century Tokyo Imperial Palace or the Shinjuku National Garden. Shopaholic should also drop by Ginza and Akihabara where you can get almost anything. There are a fair amount of Halal eateries in the main cities of Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka. But if unsure, always inquire if Halal food is served or if non-Halal ingredients are used before placing orders. Find nearby Halal food places in Japan Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in Japan   December – Dubai Dubai is exceptionally festive during December with so many events taking place, with the city getting ready for Christmas. People are also looking forward to the New Year celebrations and the impressive fireworks displays that start at midnight. Dubai has been among the most popular holiday destinations for Muslim families. Experience everything from thrilling amusement parks such as Aquaventure Waterpark to the observation deck of Burj Khalifa. You can shop until you drop in Dubai since the city is a shopaholic’s haven with spots such as The Dubai Mall and Mall Of The Emirates. Travelers can also taste a variety of cuisines at numerous Halal cafés and restaurants – finding Halal food and prayer facilities is very easy too.   Find nearby Halal food places in Dubai Find nearby prayer places and Mosques in Dubai For a more Muslim-friendly experience during your exciting travels, have a look at some excellent Halal-holiday holiday packages or book Halal Hotels for a hassle-free vacation.       ...

  • Word of Mouth - Kuala Lumpur Locals Tips

    Kuala Lumpur is teeming with culture, sights, smells, and sounds, not to mention some great shopping spots. There are so many unique things to do in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia that if this is your first time, you will need some tips on travelling to Kuala Lumpur. While there are plenty of places suggested online, if your stay is short and you want to know what to do in Kuala Lumpur for 3 days, you need to embrace the city like a local. Here are our local’s tips for when you travel to Malaysia.   How to eat like a local in Kuala Lumpur   This one is easy: eat from hawker stalls. Street food is some of the best you can get in Malaysia, with dishes packed full of flavour and worth every penny spent. Note to Muslim travellers: Even though Malaysia is a Muslim country, they do have pork more freely available than other places. They also, however, clearly state when they do, so if you’re eating at a hawker stall, make sure you check on that first. Jalan Alor is the best spot for street food, so expect taste without the fine dining setting. Since it does have Chinese cuisine which features a lot of pork, make sure you know how to find Halal food in Kuala Lumpur. Check for the Halal sign or Muslim-owned places. The best part about Jalan Alor is that it is located in the Bukit Bintang district so it’s perfect to re-energise yourself after a shopping spree. It is also synonymous with food and has plenty to offer, so make sure you take your appetite with you! Ganga Café offers Indian vegetarian dishes at Bangsar, if you want to play it safe.   Shopping in Kuala Lumpur   Picture Credit -   Amongst the major shopping scenes are Bukit Bintang and KLCC holding the fort for fashion and entertainment. Bukit Bintang is home to many malls which makes shopping for branded quality goods easy and convenient. Pavilion KL, ISETAN Kuala Lumpur and Sephora KL, are among the high-end shopping options if you want to dish out more cash. If you’re looking for cheaper options, shopping tips in Kuala Lumpur include places like Berjaya Times Square, Sungei Wang Plaza, Bukit Bintang Plaza, and Plaza Low Yat. Chinatown is, of course, a great place to get cheap stuff, while Central Market is perfect for souvenirs and typical Malaysian items like batik, spices and local handicrafts.     Picture Credit -   Peter Hoe Beyond is on the second floor of the Lee Rubber building in the middle of Chinatown, and sells all kinds of items made in Southeast Asia. In addition to being in a historical landmark, it is similar to Central Market but a nicer alternative. Batik, silk lanterns, block-printed table linens, artwork, fashion accessories and more can all be found at Peter Hoe Beyond.   Cultural things to do in Kuala Lumpur   Picture credit-   There is plenty of culture present in simply walking the streets or markets, but if you really want to soak up some of Malaysian history, head over to the Museum of Islamic Arts which has been in business since 1998. This well-maintained museum is a great source of Islamic culture and hosts pieces from all over the world, including the actual Kiswa from 1964 – the black cloth that the Ka’bah is decorated with and is changed every year. Petronas Gallery at Suria KLCC also promotes arts and culture by local and international exhibitors.     Picture Credit   You can find plenty of nearby mosques in Kuala Lumpur but Federal Territory Mosque(Masjid Wilayah Persekutuan) hosts tours for those who wish to take one. It is a beautiful mosque to behold, influenced by the Blue Mosque in Turkey, with intricate architecture that anyone can appreciate. The National Mosque (Masjid Negara) has beautiful landscaping and architecture, with fountains, ample space and impressive structure.   Activities in Kuala Lumpur   You can’t go to Malaysia and not visit the Petronas Towers – but be there early morning because there are only a handful of tickets issued per day. The iconic towers also have a bridge between the two buildings that are accessible to tourists. Genting Highlands is a Kuala Lumpur attraction with access through cable cars and has hotels, casinos and theme parks. The cable car ride provides breath-taking views, while many people go to Genting to escape the heat of the city. The Batu Caves are one of the top Kuala Lumpur attractions as it houses a Hindu temple in a large cave, but it also draws adventurers as it is one of the major rock-climbing sites in Southeast Asia. Get dropped off at the climbing site rather than the temple (as they are a bit far apart) and get ready to exert your muscles – for free – and climb the limestone walls. Don’t worry if you don’t have experience climbing as there are professionals present to give you a hand if you need one. All that work pays off with brilliant views from the top, and you get to admire the temple from your vantage point as well.     Picture Credit -   If you want a day of fun in the sun, Sunway Lagoon meets your needs with the theme and water park and is one of the top fun things to do in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. With relaxing rides and crazy ones, there is something for everyone. If you’re looking for something indoors, try out your moves at the ice skating rink at Sunway Pyramid Mall.     Picture Credit -   Throw your perspective into chaos at the Upside Down House. With everything literally upside down, you’ll be left with so many unique pictures that are very Instagram-able! The KL Forest Eco Park is situated within the city and perfect for nature lovers who want to take in some greenery and scenery. It has several nature trails and a forest canopy walkway. The KL Bird Park is the world’s largest free-flight walk-in aviary, housing more than 200 species of local and foreign birds. Think of it as a bird safari! The Aquaria at KLCC are for those deep sea lovers, and takes the visitor on the journey of water, from land to sea. It starts in the highlands and goes through rivers, rainforests, mangroves, and into the coral reef in the deep blue sea.     Picture Credits -   Make sure you check all of the Kuala Lumpur attractions entrance fees before making your itinerary for Kuala Lumpur. One of the best travel budget tips is picking a cheap place when looking for where to stay in Kuala Lumpur, as with so much excitement, you won’t spend much time in your room.   There are many strange and beautiful things about Kuala Lumpur, and with so much to see and do, a first-timer’s travel guide to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, is essential. If you are on a short trip and want things to do in Kuala Lumpur in 2 days, pick one attraction, culture, eat and shop. If you have any Kuala Lumpur travel tips, connect with us through this post, the Halal Trip App, or any of our social media pages. ...

  • 5 Picturesque Destinations to Travel to During Eid

    With the dawn of the festive season, most of you would be looking for what would be the great places to visit during Eid holidays. To help you find the best countries to spend Ramadan and Eid, HalalTrip has put together a list of top Eid escapes that will give you plenty of options to choose from. We have also focused on the best places to visit during Eid with your family and top Eid destinations that won't break the bank so that you will be able to celebrate this wonderful Eid 2017 season in the most enjoyable way possible.   1) Istanbul, Turkey   Istanbul, the largest city of Turkey is definitely a place you would want to be in for Eid 2017. The Sultan Ahmed Mosque also known as the amazingly beautiful Blue Mosque is one of the major attractions among Muslim travelers making this one of the top travel destinations for this Eid Al Fitr. Since the country comprises of a large Muslim population, you would not need to worry about Halal food and prayer facilities as well. Home to the Grand Bazaar - one of the largest and oldest markets in the world - you can definitely enjoy one of most lavish shopping experiences to find what you need for the festive season. That includes new clothes, home decorations, souvenirs and of course, you can shop while feasting on a wide range of Turkish delicacies such as kebab and baklava.   Click here for more information on Istanbul.   2) Malaysia   Malaysia - whose official religion is Islam - is one of the best countries to spend Ramadan and Eid. During this festive period of Eid, travelers will get to enjoy Eid festivities which are celebrated by the Muslims in the country. One of the best things to do while you're there is to savor their wonderful array of Eid dishes like rendang and satay, and you cannot miss out on their kueh (desserts) such as dodol and the infamous pineapple tarts. Surely, you will be able to enjoy one of the very best Halal Malaysian cuisine during this period. Malaysia displays the perfect blend of modern day luxuries and natural wonders. You can witness some of nature’s finest works of art by visiting amazing sites like the Batu caves, Gunung Mulu National Park, and Mount Kinabalu. Malaysia is also home to some extravagant shopping malls giving you the opportunity to enjoy a world class shopping experience.   Click here for more information on Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.   3) India   Another unique Eid holiday spot is India. Since Ramadan is one of the major festivals celebrated in this part of the world, it is one of the best countries to spend Eid. India is a land that displays much diversity. Owing to this, there is much to see in relation to ancient history, natural landscapes, modern architectural wonders and cultural displays. It is also known to be one of the top Eid destinations that won't break the bank because most of these amazing attractions are offered at very reasonable prices. If you can't decide on which city to visit, we would recommend Mumbai - which celebrates Eid with much joy. Witness beautiful mosques and streets lit up with vibrant colors and decorations, and indulge in their delicious Eid treats such as Sheer Khurma (vermicelli pudding specially prepared during Eid) and Haleem (a slow-cooked mutton stew enriched with flavors of Indian spices).   Click here for more information on Mumbai, India.   4) Egypt   If you are searching for where to visit during Eid to enjoy a holiday packed with adventure and new experiences, Egypt would be the right place to travel to. Known for its proud history and beautiful beaches, this is an ideal destination to spend your Eid holidays. From the witnessing the great Pyramids of Giza and the Valley of the Kings to enjoying the beauty of pristine quality beaches, you will be able to enjoy the ultimate adventure this holiday season. The capital city Cairo is also a good place to find family oriented hotels and great Halal food options so you can enjoy the perfect Muslim friendly holiday. During the second two days of Eid, the streets will be filled with decorations, festivals and carnivals, which are popular among locals. While you're there, look out for kahk - traditional crumbly Eid cookies usually filled with nuts and dusted with powdered sugar.   Click here for more information on Cairo, Egypt.   5) Sri Lanka Picture Credit -   Sri Lanka is full of amazing wonders and fun-filled activities that will keep you entertained all the way through. Eid is a busy day for every Muslim here and is celebrated by visiting relatives, wearing festive clothes and of course, the food! Watalappam is a staple that is usually found in every household, amongst a variety of other sweets and finger food. No matter how you choose to spend Eid this year, you can look forward to enjoying a wide array of activities in Sri Lanka. These include relaxing on golden sandy beaches, going on a thrilling wild life safari, tantalizing your taste buds to authentic Sri Lankan cuisine, enjoying a unique shopping experience and so much more. The weather is also sunny and perfect to get out and about and enjoy the best family vacation you could hope for.   Click here for more information on Colombo, Sri Lanka. ...

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