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Alibaba Halal Resto, located in Davao City, Phillippines offers a wide selection of mouthwatering Mediterranean specials, at affordable rates. The food served here is Halal and authentic, and will satisfy any diner. Only Halal, fresh and natural ingredients are used in the dishes. Also, please note that alcohol is not allowed inside the restaurant. ...more

Davao City, Philippines

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Alibaba Halal Resto, located in Davao City, Phillippines offers a wide selection of mouthwatering Mediterranean specials, at affordable rates. The food served here is Halal and authentic, and will satisfy any diner. Only Halal, fresh and natural ingredients are used in the dishes. Also, please note that alcohol is not allowed inside the restaurant.

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Al-Nor Complex, Sinsuat Avenue, Cotabato City, Maguindanao 9600

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+63 919 280 4224

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  • Experience Halal Local Hospitality at Tinhat Boutique Hotel & Restaurant When You're In Davao City, Philippines

    The word Tinhat originates from Arabic which means greenfield in the desert where lovely desert flowers grow. Situated in Davao, Tinhat Boutique Hotel and Restaurant is granted as a boutique hotel with exceptional service and hospitality in Davao city. Flaunting a homely Filipino environment, furnished with complete amenities for visitors' solace, including wireless internet access, an air conditioner, ironing facilities, and an LCD television. Visitors can feast at the on-location eatery that serves an assortment of heavenly cooking styles. Offering quality convenience with inviting accommodation, Tinhat Boutique Hotel and Restaurant is a perfect spot to put yourself up when in Davao. Tinhat company, Inc. is a Philippine enrolled private hospitality enterprise working together under the name and style of Tinhat Boutique Hotel and Restaurant. It is a family partnership carefully watching the halal respectability and advancing the Muslim-accommodating society to the world's voyagers. It is an 18-room hotel structured and outfitted in a themed way to suit the individual taste of solace at a reasonable price. It has an on-location halal affirmed kitchen to cook for both Muslim and non-Muslim visitors for their dietary necessities and to guarantee that every single dietary prerequisite is given in the agreement to the Islamic faith. The slogan 'Home Sweeter Than Home' mirrors the Tinhat climate that is uncommonly not the same as the homogenous hotel condition, in fact, a home better than home for each visitor around the globe. The course in setting up Tinhat was fresh, sweet, and genial yet rich. "A Smile Brings Extra Mile in Business" and " Smile Is the Best Form of Charity" are the convictions grasped by the Tinhat organization. They accept that administration with a smile carries delight to each visitor who livened up their day while at Tinhat - the trademark of a genuine Filipino motion - that activity expresses more intense than words, the pride, and soul that stays in each heart of its employees. Halal Restaurant via GIPHY At Tinhat's ensured Halal restaurant, they guarantee that you will love their range of local halal treats. The Halal supply network is profoundly watched and privately sourced, hence, lessening carbon impressions that help the safeguarding of the Earth, endorsing local products for sustainable progress of local farmers and guaranteeing Halal trustworthiness. You can be guaranteed that Halal meals are served to visitors as they carefully execute the Halal Management System that Halal affirmation is profoundly seen which results in it being safe, healthy and sterile. Their persevering affirmed Halal equipped staff and astonishing youthful culinary experts will never frustrate you in giving immaculate millennial service and support. At Tinhat, they are constantly pleased to serve amazing halal meals and fresh fruit juices alongside service with a smile on their faces. Comfort via GIPHY Comfort is the number one need! At Tinhat, they ensure that each esteemed visitor is dealt with like a lord. They generally love to help with whatever you need, wish and require! Exceptionally customized service is the fundamental center of Tinhat, checking-in quickly and being accompanied to your room is an unquestionable requirement ensuring that you will have a stress-free remain. Further to that, their familial association with the staff guaranteeing their joy at work to be able to deliver and serve worthy service to visitors talk volume of their reputation and a good name in the hospitality sector for more than 12 years now. A cheerful worker makes a glad visitor! A sanctuary of Davao's excellent city. What Makes Tinhat Boutique Hotel and Restaurant So Halal-friendly? via GIPHY The vision of Tinhat is to aim to be the main choice of halal voyagers. Furthermore, their central goal is to keep up its reputation for being a Muslim-accommodating foundation while providing Islamic amenities to the halal voyagers all together not to compromise their confidence and faith of the Islamic lifestyle while on vacation. They additionally give a one-of-a-kind setting to inspire and impress their esteemed visitors to its rich settlement which is moderately priced, customized with faultless administration and fundamental luxuries. A portion of the amenities being: All F&B in the Hotel is Halal Halal banquets can be arranged on request Halal breakfast Halal ensured kitchen Eatery guaranteed halal by the administration All food, beverages, and snacks in the room or minibar are Halal Prayer direction denoted in room Prayer mats can be given on request List of adjacent mosques can be given on request Male and female prayer rooms can be made accessible on request Prayer time table accessible at the front desk/reception Halal iftar can be organized Arrangements can be made for visitors to be taken to the nearby mosque for Tarawih prayers Halal pre-dawn meal can be arranged on request The hotel will arrange visits to be taken to the nearby mosque for Eid prayers Room toilets have bidets Fundamental need-to-knows about the hotel: Free of charge for kids below 12 years old if they are sharing with an adult. (Additional charge for extra bed required) Keep your booking affirmation email or voucher with your identification card or passport in hand upon check-in. Ala carte breakfast is served each morning between 7 am-10 am. If you are entitled to free breakfast, you will need to present your voucher to the restaurant staff. You can get your morning meal conveyed to your room with a minimal expense by dialing '106'. Concierge is accessible all day, every day for any issues, for example, transport arrangements, restaurant bookings and so forth. You can either visit the Concierge or dial '0' from the comfort of your room. The Philippine standard voltage is 220v. Universal sockets are accessible in the room. On the off chance that it isn't incongruity with your appliance, you can contact reception and request for another adapted with a minimal deposit fee. All rooms are provided with the direction and details of the Qibla and prayer timings to ensure the status of being a Muslim-friendly hotel No pork or liquor will be permitted inside hotel premises to keep up the Halal norms of the hotel. Durian and mangosteen are not allowed for consumption in the hotel due to the overpowering smell and in case of stains, which would be difficult to eradicate. Visitors can eat these types of fruits in the terrace area. The hotel does not provide a laundry service. All rooms and public areas are installed with free WI-FI internet access. Smoking and vaping is punishable by law and is not allowed in the hotel. List of nearby mosques: Mercy Islamic Foundation Mosque: 0.5km away from the hotel Davao City Islamic Center Mosque: 0.55km away from the hotel Mini-Forest Blvd. Grand Mosque: 1.3km away from the hotel Eco land Mosque: 3.5km away from the hotel   Top 10 Places Nearby Tinhat Boutique Hotel & Restaurant 1. D' Bone Collector Museum       San Pedro, Bucana Barangay 76-A, Davao City, Mindanao Philippines                 (0.5km) 6. Lazuli Spa      Floor 4th C.M. Recto Marco Polo Davao Hotel, Davao City, Mindanao 8000         Philippines (0.7km) 2. Museo Dabawenyo     Corner A. Pichon and C.M. Recto Streets, Davao City, Mindanao 8005                Philippines (0.6km) 7. Roxas Avenue Night Market      Roxas Avenue, Davao City, Mindanao 8000 Philippines (0.5km) 3. Aldevinco Shopping Center     Claro M. Recto Ave, Davao City, Mindanao Philippines (0.5km) 8. Osmena Park       Corner of C.M. Recto St and San Pedro St, Davao City, Mindanao                     Philippines (0.5km)  4. San Pedro Cathedral     San Pedro Street, Davao City, Mindanao Philippines (0.5km) 9. People's Park     Palma Gil St, Davao City, Mindanao Philippines (0.9km) 5. Pro Dive Davao      Palma Gil Street, Davao City, Mindanao 8000 Philippines (0.7km) 10. Felcris Centrale        Quimpo Boulevard, Davao City, Mindanao 8000 Philippines (0.8km)    City Tours Tour Price Pax Per Tour Activities Tour 1 Php 4000 1 - 8 Pax Eden Nature Park Davao Crocodile Park  Outland Adventure (Zipline) Japanese Tunnel Jack's Ridge Tour 2 Php 4000 1 - 8 Pax Davao Crocodile Park Philippine Eagle Park Malagos Garden Resort Japanese Tunnel Outland Adventure Tour 3 Php 4500 1 - 8 Pax Eden Nature Park Malagos Garden Resort Japanese Tunnel Outland Adventure Philippine Eagle Park Crocodile Park Jack's Ridge Tour 4 Php 4500 1 - 8 Pax Samal Island Tour (Exclusive of Ferryboat fare) Maxima AquaFun Resort Blu Jazz Resort Paradise Island Resort Hagimit Falls Samal Bat Cave Tour 5 (City Day or Night Tour) Php 3000 1-8 People's Park Shrine of the Holy Infant Jesus Museo Davao Aldevinco Shopping Center City Malls Crocodile Park Japanese Tunnel Davao Fruit Stand Durian Candy Factory Statue of David Jack's Ridge Matina Town Square Outland Adventure Restaurants Note: The tour is limited for 8 hours maximum per day. An additional fee of Php 300 per hour will have to be incurred if it surpasses the allocated hours limit. Please try to remain cautious about the no-smoking mandate in Davao City. According to the government's declaration;The no-smoking law forbids smoking of any tobacco item including e-cigarettes, shishas and so forth, in all locations and entertainments foundations, work environments, encased open spots, somewhat encased open locations, public buildings, open outside spaces and every open public space, government-owned vehicles and other different methods of public transport inside the regional purview of Davao City (Ordinance No. 0367-12).                     Address: Artiaga Street, Davao City, Davao del Norte 8000, PhilippinesCheck-In: 2PMCheck Out: 12PMTravel Time From Airport: 20mins (Airport Transfer: Php 500)Nearest ATM: 360m Website ...

  • 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   ...

  • Why Sky Cycling in Davao is the Ultimate Adventure

    While the lovely city of Davao boasts many renowned attractions; the Philippine Eagle Centre, the Davao Crocodile Park, and Mount Apo - to name a few, Davao also houses the Eden Nature Park and Resort, which is home to a number of attractions, including the thrilling SkyCycle - an absolute must-try for adrenaline junkies. Click here for a Muslim-friendly city guide to Davao Eden Nature Park and Resort Located about an hour away from Davao City, at the foot of Mount Apo, in the District of Toril, Eden Nature Park and Resort; an 80-hectare man-made mountain resort, is the ideal spot for families looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Offering a mixture of both - nature and adventure - the Eden Nature Park, its unique rides and its spectacular surroundings, provides visitors with memories that are sure to never be forgotten. Due to the plethora of activities it offers, Eden is incredibly popular and is one of the most visited mountain resorts in the Philippines. Click here for a Muslim-friendly guide to Eden Nature Park Probably one of the best ways to admire the resort’s beauty is to experience it from above. The SkyCycle is a bike tethered to a steel cable 60-feet above ground. While this may not seem too appealing to those afraid of heights, once strapped in, we guarantee that all you’ll be thinking about is how incredible the view is! The SkyCycle - For Every Thrill-Seeking Traveler A SkyCycle ride requires the rider to climb a few flights of stairs to the platform where the bike is. All decked out in a helmet and harness, the rider then climbs on to the bike, is strapped in, and then is ready to pedal their way through the sky! Riders can pedal at their own pace across the 200-metre cable, all the while taking in the magnificent location. An exhilarating, adrenaline rush of an experience, a SkyCycle ride is well worth the price; at Php 200. A ride to the platform across, and back, can take about 4 to 6 minutes depending on the speed they pedal. For the Serious Adrenaline Junkie For those who can’t get enough of the SkyCycle and the adrenaline rush it brings, Eden Nature Park also boasts several other unique and extreme rides; such as the SkyRider - a zip line - and the SkySwing. These rides may not be for the faint of heart, but adventure-holics are sure to love them. For Less Adventurous Travelers Visitors not too keen on heights or adrenaline pumping experiences, can instead explore the park and its spectacular gardens. It is filled with colourful and beautiful flowers, thousands of pine plants and a variety of other trees, and has an aviary and a butterfly sanctuary. Visitors can also go fishing and swimming, horseback riding, or join a guided shuttle tour to see the best of the park. Eden Nature Park also features a 4-kilometre hiking trail; ideal for nature lovers, and is known to offer the best views of Davao City. Since the park is also a resort, visitors can also choose to relax in the charming accommodations available on site. Why its Worth a Visit Get your blood pumping, dine on delectable food made from the freshest of ingredients, breathe in the crisp mountain air, bond with nature, catch up with friends and family, experience an adventure of a lifetime, and so much more, at the spectacular Eden Nature Park and Resort!   Planning a trip to Philippines? We’ve got you covered with all the information you need on the tropical country!    Click here for more useful travel information about the Philippines   ...

  • Why Mindanao is the Perfect Island for Travelers from Brunei, Indonesia & Malaysia

    Mindanao is the southernmost major island in the Philippines, blessed with an abundance of picturesque sights; from spectacular white-sand beaches, to majestic mountains, dense rainforests and everything in-between. It also happens to be the ideal destination for a family getaway, a solo backpacking adventure or even a romantic honeymoon, if you happen to live in Brunei, Indonesia or Malaysia. Why? You may ask.    Here’s the answer to why Mindanao is a gateway to Brunei, Indonesia and Malaysia tourism! 1) The Proximity With Mindanao lying just above Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei, the island is just a couple of hours away by plane. It is just close enough for you to be comfortable taking along toddlers, and far enough to make it seem like an exotic holiday destination. Most major airlines fly to Davao, the largest city in Mindanao.   2) The Culture The second largest island of the Philippines, Mindanao is a melting pot of cultures and religions - with indigenous tribes of different religions, that live high up in the mountains, by rivers, and in rural parts of the island - to this date using traditional practices on their farms and fields and while fishing. Learn about the area’s fascinating culture and history and the tribes by taking a day trip to a traditional villages, or by paying a visit to Museo Dabawenyo and Davao Museum in Davao City.   3) The People While Filipinos are renowned to be extremely friendly, Mindanao is home to some of the friendliest people you’ll ever meet on any of your travels. We think the people really do play a huge role in making or breaking a trip, and we’re absolutely certain that the friendly faces of the locals will make you wish your stay was longer.   4) The Attractions Mindanao is home to attractions you will never be able to forget. From awe-inspiring mountains like the sacred Mount Apo, stunning islands like Samal Island and Camiguin Island, and eco-tourism destinations like Lake Sebu, to breathtaking sites like the Hinatuan Enchanted River and sanctuaries like the Agusan Marsh Wildlife Sanctuary and the Philippine Eagle Centre, Mindanao has it all.   5) Its Muslim-Friendliness While the island is no longer Muslim dominated, there are still plenty of Muslims living throughout, and therefore mosques and Halal food can be found – with bigger cities, such as Davao City and Marawi, being more Muslim-friendly than smaller ones. In fact, the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao is made up of five provinces, namely; Lanao del Sur, Maguindanao, Sulu, Tawi-Tawi and Basilan (excluding Isabela City). These provinces are predominantly Muslim and thus finding prayer facilities and Halal food here will be quite a bit easier. In the country’s recent efforts to become an attractive destination to Muslims, numerous hotels throughout the Philippines have been Halal certified. Hotels like the Marco Polo Hotel in Davao City and the Pearl Farm Beach Resort on Samal Island are known to serve Halal food and to offer other Muslim-friendly facilities and services.     Planning a trip to Philippines? We’ve got you covered with all the information you need on the tropical country!    Click here for more useful travel information about the Philippines     ...

  • 5 Reasons Why You Should Visit Samal Island

    The Island Garden City of Samal in the Philippines is a destination of incredible beauty featuring stunning white-sand beaches, green hills, marine reefs, breathtaking natural scenery and a selection of impressive resorts. Made up of 7 islets, Samal Island is fast becoming one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Philippines and a dream vacation spot. A world of a difference from Davao City - from which it is only a 45 minute boat or ferry ride away - Samal Island is the cherry on the cake sure to make your trip to the Philippines unforgettable. Pearl Farm Beach Resort Once a pearl farm, today a vacation spot like no other, the Pearl Farm Beach Resort, located on a private cove on the island, is reason enough for us to visit Samal Island. With suites and villas situated right on the spectacular aquamarine water that surrounds the island, mesmerizing views, and so much to do and see, the Pearl Farm Beach Resort is the ultimate beach getaway we all dream about. Relax on the glittering white sand, or take a dip in the stunning water, discover two sunken Japanese World War II ships and the beautiful marine world while scuba diving, enjoy fire dances and a variety of water-sports, and meals right on the beach, and so much more, all at the Pearl Farm Beach Resort on Samal Island. Hagimit Falls Although we don’t see you getting tired of Samal Island’s incredible beaches, Hagimit Falls offers a change in scenery that will be welcomed by most. Surrounded by lush forests, the pristine waterfall is a popular spot amongst locals and tourists and is the ideal spot for a bit of relaxation. Take a dip in the natural pools found at the waterfall’s base during the day, relax and enjoy the waterfall and its breathtaking surroundings in the evening, and at night, pitch a tent and set up camp by the waterfall. Monfort Bat Sanctuary The Monfort Bat Sanctuary is another attraction that will make you wish you visited Samal Island sooner. Home to over two million Rousetteus amplexicaudatus or Geoffrey’s Rousette Fruit Bats, the largest colony recorded in history, the Monfort Bat Sanctuary has been listed in the Guinness Book of World Records. While you won’t be allowed to enter the cave, there are five entrances from which you’ll be able to get a good look at the bats. If you have the time, visit after sunset, for an experience of a lifetime! Go Spelunking! Never been spelunking before? Where better to try it out for the first time than on Samal Island! Home to over 70 caves, beginners to avid spelunkers, can take their pick. Whether you decide to explore Mangongaong Cave, Simbahan Dako Cave, Kimoko Cave or Baga Cave, or one of the many others on the island, their different appearances and varying features, and the experience on the whole will fascinate you to no end. Island Hopping You cannot go to Samal Island and not go island hopping. Discover the island’s pristine coastline, its many beach resorts and nearby islets, by taking a cruise around the island. Several companies on the island and in Davao City offer a variety of island hopping packages, which not only give you the opportunity to see the many islets near Samal Island, but also the chance to swim, snorkel, kayak and scuba dive in the crystal clear waters surrounding it.   Planning a trip to Philippines? We’ve got you covered with all the information you need on the tropical country! Click here for more useful travel information about the Philippines   ...



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