Shalimar Indisk Restaurant, located in Moss, Norway serves a fabulous selection of delicious Indian vegetarian dishes, which are ideal for Muslim diners. If you are looking to dine on popular Indian dishes, this is the ideal place for you!


Moss, Norway



Shalimar Indisk Restaurant, located in Moss, Norway serves a fabulous selection of delicious Indian vegetarian dishes, which are ideal for Muslim diners. If you are looking to dine on popular Indian dishes, this is the ideal place for you!


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Storgata 4 1531 Moss Norway



+47 69 25 25 88


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  • Start Your Day Right & Get Organized With These Inspiring Stationery

    It is important to create a great home office or study environment which will motivate you to get things done. So having the perfect stationery such as an organized life planner, a notebook to write down your daily to-do lists or even journal, is key to being inspired and motivated to face the day’s tasks. May it be cute or minimal; this list of stationery items will help you find the right fix! 1. Mossery Picture Credit: Mossery Starting off with a brand which has garnered much popularity amongst the masses for their cute designs and custom options, Mossery has something for everyone! With a variety of designs ranging from cute flamingos to the minimal monogrammed look, you will not be disappointed. They also make sketchbooks, so if you are into art Mossery sketchbooks are highly recommended. Mossery also offers up must-have supplies for an organized work place such as pens and pencils, as well as cute pouches and reusable bags. Website: www.mossery.coPrice range: USD$19.50 to USD$28.50 2. Sabah Designs Picture Credit: SabahDesigns A Muslimah brand available on Etsy, Sabah Designs offers some great stationery options. They have a very minimal Islamic journal with “Rabbi Zidni ‘Ilma” monogrammed on the cover with rose gold hot tin foil. They also have a “My favourite Duas” notebook as well as a Hajj journal. You’ll be spoilt for choice! Website: range: SGD 5.00 to SGD 14.00 3. Nikki Strange Picture Credit: Nikki Strange Looking for something quirky and fun? Then Nikki Strange is the way to go! With colourful watercolour prints you will keep going back to your notebook to jot down little somethings and it’ll encourage you to stick to your to-do lists as you won’t be able to look away from these cute books!  Website: range: SGD 9.03 – SGD 24.00 4. Favorite Story Picture Credit: Favorite Story  Stay organized with Favorite Story’s stylish handmade personalised planner. With a sturdy kraft cover, this wire bound planner is ideal for students as well as professionals. It is elegant and minimal and is sure to help you get through a busy day, week, month, or even a year! Website: range: SGD 31.22 5. Imaan Boutique Picture Credit: Imaan Boutique Another Muslimah online store, Imann Boutique offers minimal and inspiring stationery in stylish designs! Imaan Boutique’s notebooks blare out inspirational and motivational quotes such as “Building my empire one dream, scheme and brilliant idea at a time”, or even a simple “Faith”. Now, doesn’t that make you want to own one?! Also, your cart is going to be full because they have a great buy any 4 for RM 100 offer! Website: www.imaanboutique.comPrice Range: RM 26.90 To-do lists, life goals, resolution lists, or even bucket lists - organize your life with these five must-have stationery items!...

  • Here's 7 Wallet-Friendly Attractions in Liverpool for Every Budget Traveller

    Travelling. It is almost a myth to travel without burning a whole in the pocket. But One advice from a wise traveller is to always try to find free activities in the city to learn way more than what money can give you. Places such as the museums or the parks give you a little insight on what the city can offer. Tour the city like a local and simply indulge in their culture and have a blast at your own benefit during your travel. Liverpool has definitely so much more to offer than just football and the Fab Four. We're about to spill some tea on how to make your travel in Liverpool so much more memorable without having to spend a penny.  5 Halal Restaurants in Liverpool 1. Get to know the History of Liverpool Museum of Liverpool Picture Credit: Opened in 2011, the Museum of Liverpool showcases the city's unique geography, history and culture. This stunning building is the United Kingdom's largest newly-built museum after over a century. The Museum of Liverpool is filled with interactive exhibitions for both kids and adults. Address: Liverpool Waterfront, Pier Head, Liverpool L3 1DG, UKOpening Hours: 10AM to 5PM (Everyday)Contact: +44 151 478 4545Website: Facebook | YouTube | Instagram Merseyside Maritime Museum & International Slavery Museum Picture Credit: Two museums under one roof. Housed in the same building, the Merseyside Maritime Museum and International Slavery Museum tell the whole story of Liverpool's rise to being one of the wealthiest cities in the world - which it was as recently as 100 years ago. Visit Liverpool Tourist Guide website for their daily visiting time in this link The Merseyside and International Slavery Museum. Address: Merseyside Maritime Museum, Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4AX, United Kingdom              3rd Floor (International Slavery Museum)Opening Hours: 10AM to 5PM (Everyday)Contact: +44 151 478 4499Website: Facebook | YouTube  The Blue Coat Picture Credit: This beautiful arts centre hosts exhibitions, gigs, talks, and classes for all ages. It's an oasis of creativity and a quiet calm courtyard, slap bang in the middle of Liverpool's bustling shopping district. After London, Liverpool has the most public sculptures of any city in the UK. The most famous are the Superlambanana plus its 125 replicas dotted all around the city. While Anthony Gormleys' Another Place is on Crosby Beach, just up the coast, 100 cast iron life-size figures stare out to sea along the 3km coastline. Address: School Lane, Liverpool L1 3BXOpening Hours: 9AM to 6PM (Mondays - Saturdays)                          11AM to 6PM (Sundays)Contact: 0151 702 5324Website:   Tate Liverpool  Picture Credit: When the modern art gallery opened in the Albert Dock nearly 30 years ago, it jump-started the city centre's revival. This former warehouse is complete with beautiful surroundings and great collection of Roy Linchtenstein's pop art. Tate Liverpool is the place to go if you are looking forward to discovering Liverpool's art scene like a local. You might even want to take home a creative souvenir from Tate Liverpool’s shop such as the art-inspired gift ideas or choose from an extensive array of books. Address: Albert Dock, Liverpool Waterfront, Liverpool L3 4BBOpening Hours: 10AM to 5.50PM (Everyday)Contact: +44 (0)151 702 7400Website: Facebook | YouTube | Instagram World Museum  Picture Credit: The World Museum is always filled with on going exhibitions both fun and educational for visitors of all ages. While some may require an admission fee, there are still many other exhibitions that offers free entry for the public. Check out their floor plan before your visit to plan your itinerary for the day. You might even want to squeeze in a picnic during the day at the St Johns Gardens located just opposite of the museum. Prayer rooms are available at the Community Base on Level 4 upon request. Refer to their facilities page for more information. Address: William Brown St, Liverpool L3 8EN, UKOpening Hours: 10AM to 5PM (Everyday)Contact: +44 151 478 4393Website: Facebook | YouTube | Instagram 2. Discover the Beatles Picture Credit: That's right, the legacy of the Fab Four still looms large over Liverpool. Take your time and explore The Beatles' Story, an exhibition solely on the lives and times of the Fab Four. Tickets can be are priced at £16.95 for adults, £12.50 for students and seniors, and £10 for children. While The Beatles' Story requires paid entry, you can visit Penny Lane and Strawberry Fields in Beaconsfield Road for free. Go on an adventure and see what it feels like to be in a Beatles' music video! You can also go online to book a tour to John Lennon's childhood home, also known as Mendips. Located at 251 Menlove Avenue, the only way to get into the home is through a paid tour run by the National Trust. Otherwise, visitors are only allowed to out of the premises. Mendips Address: 251 Menlove Avenue, Liverpool L25 7SA, England (Mendips)Contact: 08448 004 791Email: The Beatles' Story Address: Britannia Vaults, Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4AD, UKOpening Hours: 9AM to 6PM (Everyday)Contact: +44 151 709 1963Website: Facebook | YouTube | Instagram 3. Roam around Liverpool's parks Picture Credit: Protected by the English Heritage, Sefton Park hosts many of the area's festival and has a boating lake. The Sefton Park has also recently refurbished the Grade II-Listed Victorian Palm House which is a domed conservatory. Sandwhiched between Liverpool and Everton's stadia, Anfield and Goodison Park, the Stanley Park is an auspicious place to kick a ball about. Although, the Everton FC might be moving to a new stadium in the Bramley Moore Dock soon. Sefton Park Address: Mossley Hill Dr, Liverpool L17 1AJ, UK   Stanley Park Address: Walton Ln, Liverpool L4 2SL, UK 4. The Beaches of Merseyside Picture Credit: The Formby, West Kirby and Southport beaches have all got lots to offer but New Brighton is definitely worth a visit. The New Brighton Beach has recently undergone a redevelopment. Be sure to catch the Mermaid Trail along the coast. The Mermaid Trail collection of sculptures of a mermaid on a rock places at different parts of the coast. New Brighton Beach Address: Wallasey CH45 2JU, UK 5. Otterspool Promenade The promenade is an ideal place for a bike ride - not just because it's free of traffic and has glorious views across the Mersey. More important that that, it's flat, so round up the kids and get your cycle on. Address: Otterspool Dr, Liverpool L17 5AL, UK 6. Waking Tours Around the City Picture Credit: Self guided walking tours of Liverpool are made easy thanks to the Liverpool Maps and Walks google's apps. Take your time and cruise down the streets of Liverpool. Make sure you wander past the Royal Liver Building at the centre which was one of the world's major ports and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Royal Liver Building Address: Royal Liver Building, Liverpool Waterfront, Liverpool L3 1 HUContact: 0151 236 4859 7. Chinatown Liverpool Picture Credit: Liverpool is home to the oldest Chinese community in Europe and second largest Chinatown in the world after San Francisco. Come to see the 15m-high arch to the neighbourhood that is decorated with 200 dragons on a wooden and marble structure - and is the largest Chines arch outside of China. Don't forget to shop there also and take tons of photos. Address: Nelson Street, Liverpool L1 2OH, England Liverpool is a beautiful city for travellers of all ages. Take your time and indulge in the history, culture and lifestyle here.  Go on a HalalTrip with us! Find Mosques and Prayer places Near You in Liverpool...

  • Cafe-Hopping in Cameron Highlands

    Cameron Highlands is a hill station in Pahang, Malaysia, famous for its tea estates and strawberry farms. The cool climes of Cameron Highlands together with its proximity to many of the cities in Malaysia make it a great place for a weekend getaway. From Kuala Lumpur, Cameron Highlands can be reached via road using local taxis, buses, minivan charters or self-driven cars. Alternately, you can fly from Kuala Lumpur to Ipoh (the closest airport) and then take a taxi (approx. RM 100-250). There is much to do and see in the Cameron Highlands – apart from the obvious visits to tea estates, tea factories, and strawberry farms. If you want a holiday that is not all about lazing around, taking in the hills and mountains while sipping tea, then visit the Time Tunnel Museum and the Sam Poh Temple, walk through the Mossy Forest, try a bit of hiking and camping, and go on nature and wildlife tours. Another favourite pastime in the Cameron Highlands is food! So, cafe-hopping to give you a taste of Cameron Highlands tea and its unique local cuisine is a must try. Enjoy popular Halal friendly cafes and coffee shops that serve local cuisine while taking in the Cameron Highlands attractions.   1. Barracks Café Picture Credit - A multi-cuisine café which is housed in a military barrack built by the British during World War I offers patrons an Indian, Western, and fusion dishes together with Malaysian food. With a relaxed atmosphere, outdoor seating and the staff that is friendly and knowledgeable about their menu, the Barracks Café can accommodate large group and parties. Opening Hours: Tuesday to Friday - 02:00 pm to 10:00 pm, Saturday & Sunday – 12 noon to 10:00 pm, Monday - Closed Address: No. 1, Jalan Gereja, Tanah Rata 39000, Malaysia Phone: +60-11-14648883 Facebook: Click here for more information about Barracks Cafe   2. Golfers Café Picture Credit - Located on the Golf Course of Cameron Highlands, this café is open to the public, even if you are not a golfer! With a varied menu consisting of Asian, Malaysian, and Chinese Halal food, this café cum restaurant is considered very affordable and comes with sprawling vistas of the golf course. 200-seating capacity ensures that large groups and parties can easily be accommodated. However, as it is also a popular location for corporate and other events, a phone call would ensure you have a table reserved. Opening Hours: Everyday - 07:00 am to 10:00 pm Address: Cameron Highlands Golf Course, Malaysia Phone: +60-13-5248633 or +60-10-3808777 Website: Click here for more information about Golfers Cafe   3. Capitale Coffee Picture Credit - A small café that specializes in breakfast, coffee, snacks and drinks is located in the heart of the town of Tanah Rata. Although not Halal certified, the café does not serve pork and uses only halal meats on their menu. However, you can always check on with the wait-staff on food being Muslim-friendly. The crepes and coffee they serve have made an impression on many customers! The cafe offers outdoor seating and is an ideal place in which to relax. So, visit Capitale Coffee to have an enjoyable a meal and coffee, while you connect to the internet to plan the rest of your day. Opening Hours: Everyday - 07:30 am to 11:30 pm Address: No. 38, Jalan Besar, Tanah Rata 39000, Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia Phone: +60-5-4915645 Facebook: Click here for more information about Capitale Coffee   4. The Lord's Café Picture Credit - This café located on the second floor, close to the Marrybrown in Cameron Highlands, is the go-to place for a snack or a light meal. There are a variety of local dishes, as well as the usual menu expected at any café. Considered to offer value for money Halal food, they serve the authentic Cameron Highland tea and some very fabulous scones! Its convenient location coupled with its vibrant décor make this café a must try when in town! Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 11:00 am to 07:00 pm, Saturday 10:00 am to 06:00 pm, Sunday - Closed Address: Jalan Besar, 39000 Tanah Rata, Pahang, Malaysia Phone: +60-19-5722883 Click here for more information about The Lord's Cafe   5. Mr. Aisu Picture Credit - Can you think of anything better than eating ice cream in chilly weather? Mr Aisu’s is just the place to visit for your ice cream craving while at Cameron Highlands! This ice cream café is owned and operated by a couple who make their own ice creams, sorbets and waffles. Using Halal ingredients, although not Halal certified, they create original local flavours which change seasonally. They are famous for the Teh Tarik ice cream, a tribute to the Cameron Highlands tea. Opening Hours: Everyday, except Tuesdays - 12 noon to 10:00 pm Address: No. 5 Gerai Berhampiran Pasar 39100 Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia Phone: +60-11-26245616 Facebook: Click here for more information about Mr. Aisu Apart from the above, there are much more Muslim-friendly coffee shops in Cameron Highlands for the Muslim traveller. Some of them are Jasmine Café, Strawberry Moment Dessert Café, Starbucks, Cameron Valley Tea House, Jim Thompson Tea Room at Cameron Highlands Resort and Cafe Lorong. Most serve Halal meats and use Halal ingredients, even if they are not Halal certified. However, do take a moment to call and check before you visit. Ultimately, Cameron Highlands is truly a place for everyone, for a holiday with friends or family, to travel with kids, and as a honeymoon destination. For Muslim travellers with limited time in Malaysia, try to fit in a day-trip to the Cameron Highlands from Kuala Lumpur. You can take a bus ride, or arrange a private tour. It is bound to be an enjoyable and stunning experience! ...

  • 10 Ways to Experience the Beauty of Iceland

    Planning a Muslim-friendly trip to Iceland? Find out why you must visit Iceland and what makes it a great travel destination. HalalTrip has compiled various travel tips on how Muslim travelers can explore the beauty of Iceland. Read on for more information.   Iceland is the second largest island in Europe and the most sparsely populated country of the continent. Mostly made of Tundra, considered the inhabitable Highlands of Iceland, its population is concentrated along its coastal region. So why visit Iceland? Well; with its geysers, glacier parks, volcanoes, ice caves, Aurora Borealis and its natural geothermal spa, there are some amazing must-visit places in Iceland for those Muslim travelers who wish to experience a holiday unlike any other.   Travelers to Iceland will have an unimaginable experience filled with rugged and natural beauty unlike any other, and memories to cherish for a lifetime!   Best Sightseeing and Must-do Experiences in Iceland  Majority of the must-see sights and top attractions in Iceland comprise of natural, nature created wonders…Here are 10 ways to experience the beauty of Iceland which will leave you breathless!    1) Northern Lights      The Northern lights can best be seen during the winter the nights when the skies are crisp and clear in Iceland. Visitors may be able to see them in Reykjavik, but the best views will be from somewhere remote and scarcely populated. Seeing the Aurora is possible from August to April anytime between dusk and dawn. So when in Iceland look up the Northern lights forecast website where they will list the Aurora sighting possibility depending on weather. There are also special tours arranged for viewing the Aurora and the longer your stay in Iceland the greater the chance of seeing the Northern Lights.   2) Geysers, Underground Springs and Thermal Pools     The volcanic activity under the surface of the island have created many geysers, underground springs and thermal pools around the country. A visit to one of these naturally occurring phenomena cannot be missed. Go to Strokkur in the southwest of Iceland beside the Hvítá River or Haukadalur in the south of the country to view some of these Geysers.   3) Volcanoes and Lava Fields     A very popular tourist activity in Iceland is a visit to the Hekla volcano, the lava fields and the multicolored rhyolite mountains. While at Landmannalaugar, consider taking a hike or a horse ride through some arresting landscapes that will make you forget you’re on earth. Summer might be the best time to visit as Landmannalaugar is situated in the Highlands of Iceland.   Another popular volcano that requires visiting in Iceland is the Maelifell Volcano which during summer displays its perfect cone shape covered in moss.    4) Myrdalsjökull Glacier Park     The Myrdalsjökull Glacier Park will stun you with its many wondrous sights, including the volcano Katla, ice caves and formations, glaciers covered in volcanic ash, hot springs and other beautiful sites. Some activities that travelers can enjoy include snow scooter, snowmobile, super Jeep, dog sledding and ice climbing tours. As with any natural glacier there are hidden dangers and hence, it is recommended to visit with an experienced guide.    5) Skaftafell Ice Cave As the name implies, Iceland is covered in ice and snow, and there are is no shortage of ice caves and formations for travelers to explore and view. The Skaftafell Ice Cave, best viewed during the winter, is popular with tourists and recommended to visit with a guide.   6) Blue Lagoon at Grindavík An experience like no other! A visit to the Blue Lagoon, a geothermal spa surrounded by lava fields filled with black volcanic boulders can be done in any weather. Located only 40 minutes away from Reykjavík, this Spa offers a natural bathing experience in milky aquamarine waters together with the modern age entrapments. The water which springs from underground hot springs reaches 370 to 390 Centigrade.   7) National Parks There are more National Parks in Iceland than you can count on one hand, depending on the length of your vacation, visit any one of these parks - Lakagigar and Laki, Landmannalaugar - Nature Reserve, Lónsöræfi, Öræfajökull Glacier, Skaftafell, Thingvellir National Park, and Vatnajökull National Park - and experience the wonders of Iceland.    8) Kirkjufell Mountain and Kerlingarfjöll Mountains This beautiful Kirkjufell Mountain situated near a small town, Grundarfjörður in western Iceland, juts out from the surrounding flat landscape, making it a focal point for tourists and seamen alike. Covered in snow during winter and in greenery during the summer, it is surrounded by several small waterfalls where wildlife and birdlife abound. Surrounded by beaches, there is walking trail around the mountain, and those who want to do something more strenuous can climb up to see the bird and fish fossils as well as take in the breathtaking views from the top!   The Kerlingarfjöll Mountains are one of the largest geothermal areas in all of Europe, these mountains are full of small steaming hot springs, mud pools and water fountains, and considered a true a hikers’ paradise.    9) Gullfoss Waterfall Another popular attractions of Iceland, the Gullfoss Waterfall, is located in the canyon, which forms three step terraces. The river Hvítá which is fed by Iceland´s second biggest glacier - the Langjökull, plunges down this canyon which creates a powerful waterfall that is spectacular show by nature.  The surrounding landscape is beautiful and natural. A tour can easily be arranged and the waterfall that plummets down 32 meters is stronger during the summer and crowned by a rainbow on a sunny day.   Culture and People Iceland’s cultural heritage is also something travelers must explore. In the south of Iceland, there are many exhibits and museums that showcase the history, geography, geology of the country as well as its art, music and dance. If you are curious about Iceland’s Viking history, then take some time to visit the National and Saga museums in Reykjavik, the Capital of the country situated in the North. Don’t miss out on a visit to the Hallgrimskirkja church and rotating Perlan glass dome restaurant, although Muslim travelers will have to dine on seafood and vegetarian dishes.   Top Activities in Iceland In addition to sightseeing, Iceland is also a paradise for those Muslim travelers looking for an adventurous and extreme experience holiday. With its volcanoes, mountains, rivers, lakes, glaciers and untamed landscapes, Iceland is an ideal place for all kinds of adventure sports and fun activities including:    - Guided snow mobile trips around Iceland’s glaciers  - Jeep safaris across the highlands of Iceland  - Hiking and walking tours in the glaciers or across mountains with alien landscapes  - Snorkeling between the tectonic plates in Silfra in the Thingvellir National Park   - Skiing and snowboarding on mountains in the North, East and West of Iceland  - White water river rafting down the Hvítá River in South Iceland or Jökulsá River in East Iceland  - Trekking around the country on an Icelandic horse  - Cycling  - Exploring magma chambers and tube caves - Gjábakkahellir Cave near Pingvellir National Park in the summer, and the Leiðarendi Cave in the Bláfjöll area in winter  - Guided ice climbing and walking on the glaciers of Sólheimajökull and Svínafellsjökull  - Whale Watching from May to September  - Taking in the bird like on a bird watching tour Halal Restaurants in Iceland There is limited Halal food available in Iceland. Reykjavik has a few halal restaurants – Shalimar, Ali Baba, Kebab Grill, Mandi and Habibi that serve Halal food, while in other parts of the country, seafood and vegetarian would be the options available for Muslims travelers in non-Halal restaurants.    Mosques in Iceland There is only one mosque in Iceland, which is in Reykjavik. Therefore, the limited Muslim-friendly facilities in Iceland calls for Muslim travelers to carry their prayer mat and Qibla direction compass and be ready to pray in the outdoors or in hotel rooms.   Weather in Iceland Keep in mind that Iceland has long winters from October to April, where the nights are long but the best time to experience all winter related activities. The summer months start from June and lasts till August, this is the speak tourist season and pre-bookings are a must for tourists.   All in all, remember that the amazing top activities in Iceland will require travelers to be willing to walk, climb and hike. The magnificent must-see sights and attractions in Iceland require visitors to be responsible and opt for hiring experienced guides. And don’t forget your warm clothes as summer can also be cold in Iceland, especially if visiting the Highlands! Click here for more destination ideas for your next Muslim-friendly trip    ...

  • 10 of Scotland's Most Breathtaking Attractions

    Why visit Scotland? You will find that majority of the top attractions in Scotland are often surrounded by some of the most gorgeous, wild scenery that you can experience. There are some great places to visit in Scotland by car too, where you can absorb the beauty of the Scottish highlands or hike on nature trails and observe the flora and fauna of the countryside. 1. Loch Ness The site of the famous Loch Ness monster legends, Loch Ness is a 23 mile and 52ft deep loch in the Scottish highlands. While the loch and natural landscape is breathtaking by itself, some of the top attractions in Scotland include the ruins of Urquhart Castle, Fort Augustus and the village of Drumnadrochit in Urquhart bay. The view of the loch when viewed from the castle ruins are some of the must-do experiences in Scotland. 2. Fairy Pools, Isle of Skye The Fairly Pools  are one of the most beautiful natural attractions in Scotland, with crystal clear pools of water surrounded by unique rock formations and enchanting waterfalls located near the River Brittle. Visitors can take an enjoyable walk and explore or even swim in these pools. 3. The Angus Coast The long drive along the Angus Coast from Dundee to Aberdeen is a great way to take in the natural attractions in Scotland with ideal places to visit in Scotland by car. With a breathtaking view of the Grampian Mountains, Angus Glen and seaside resorts decorating the coast, this is a scenic route that must be taken. 4. Cairngorms National Park  Some must-do experiences in Scotland include visiting the natural attractions in Scotland - this includes paying a visit to the Cairngorms National Park. Six of the five highest mountains in Scotland can be viewed here and the wild natural landscape is perfect for the best sightseeing in Scotland. Hiking, rock climbing and whitewater rafting are some top activities in Scotland that can enjoyed at the Cairngorms. The areas are a natural habitat for rare wildlife and plants, some of which are endangered or protected. 5. Finnich Glen  Finnich Glen is 100ft deep gorge that is said to have been used by the ancient druids as a meeting place. As one of the must-see sights in Scotland, it does not disappoint with mossy walls of red sandstone and natural water flowing through the gorge. A circular rock known as the Devil’s Pulpit and a staircase known as the Devil’s staircase were carved around 1860. 6. Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park Visiting this amazing natural park is one of the must-do experiences in Scotland for nature and wildlife lovers. There are 2 forest parks located within the natural park – Argyll Park and Queen Elizabeth Park, including several small towns and villages as well. There 21 munros some of which are over 3000ft. 7. Killiecrankie This small picturesque village is located close to a unique gorge that was created by the River Gary. Some of the top activities in Scotland can be enjoyed here – such as bungee jumping into the gorge and kayaking. During different seasons, various types of flora and fauna can be observed in their natural habitat. The Soldier’s Leap also provides a great spot to take in the Scottish scenery. 8. Scott’s View, The Scottish Borders Scott’s View is one of the top attractions in Scotland and is said to be Sir Walter Scott’s favorite viewpoint. The River Tweed, three peaks of the Elidon Hills including the Black Hill creates a serene and rural landscape that looks different depending on a sunny or rainy day. 9. Skara Brae, Orkney Island Skara Brae is an ancient Neolithic site that used to be a village. There 8 stone buildings huddled together with stone furniture and cooking hearths built on the inside. There have been many historical artifacts and utensils that have been found in the area, and Skara Brae is a UNESCO World Heritage site being Europe’s most complete Neolithic village. 10. Lukentyre Sands, Outer Hebrides Lukentyre Sands is one of most scenic and largest beaches on the west coast of Harris. The blue-green crystal clear waters and a white sandy coastline paired with the surrounding rocky terrain makes this beach something unique. Lukentyre Sands  is one of  the must-see sights in Scotland that cannot be missed Muslim-friendly facilities in Scotland Muslim travelers can find Muslim-owned Halal restaurants in Scotland, however, some of them might not have certification. You can always ask the staff if the food is Halal or stick to vegetarian and seafood items to be safe, or even ask the locals to direct you to Halal restaurants. Mosques in Scotland can be found in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Dundee where there are three main central mosques in these regions including a number of other mosques too. ...

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