Kebab King is a restaurant located in Suva, Fiji which offers a fantastic variety of delicious and top quality Turkish dishes, at affordable rates. This restaurant is ideal for Muslims, since the food served is entirely Halal. Also, please note that alcohol is not served here. If you are looking to dine on popular Turkish dishes, Kebab King is a must-visit! ...more

Nadi, Fiji



Kebab King is a restaurant located in Suva, Fiji which offers a fantastic variety of delicious and top quality Turkish dishes, at affordable rates. This restaurant is ideal for Muslims, since the food served is entirely Halal. Also, please note that alcohol is not served here. If you are looking to dine on popular Turkish dishes, Kebab King is a must-visit!


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Port Denarau Marina, Nadi, Central Division


+679 6750 375

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  • Travel News Wrap: 31 August Week

    This week has been filled with updates on travel restrictions and green lane arrangements between countries. Here are the highlights for this week’s Travel News Wrap: Canada Extends Travel Restrictions till 30 September Image Credit: Photo by Alex Shutin on Unsplash Canada has extended the emergency orders that place restrictions on international travel and a mandatory 14-day quarantine for travelers entering the country during the pandemic. The arrangement has been set to be extended for at least one more month until further notice by the Canadian Government.  The restrictions prohibit all non-essential travel to Canada from all countries except for the United States. There some exemptions however to immediate family members of Canadian citizens and permanent residents if they enter the country by air. This is on a case-to-case basis. This travel restriction is separate from the Canada-US land border restriction which will remain closed until 21 September, for non-essential travel.   United Airline drops Change Fees Image Source: Photo by Tim Gouw on Unsplash Good news for those living in the United States as with immediate effect, United Airlines is permanently eliminating change fees on all Economy and Premium cabin tickets for domestic flights in the United States of America.   Malaysia Extends MCO and Updated Travel Ban on Foreign Tourists Image Source: Photo by Paweł Szymankiewicz on Unsplash Malaysia has extended its Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) to the end of the year, 31 December 2020. When it started earlier this year, it was set to be lifted on 31 August 2020 but with the current pandemic situation, Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin and the local government decided to extend the order to curb the spread of Covid-19. This announcement came in tandem with the ban on foreign travelers into Malaysia to prevent imported cases into the country. The countries under the ban are countries with 150,000 or more recorded cases of Covid-19 cases. The countries are the US, Britain, Brazil, France, Spain, France, Spain, Italy, Saudi Arabia, Russia, and Bangladesh.   South Korea and Singapore to Launch Fast Lane Image Source: Photo by Ping Onganankun on Unsplash Similar to last week’s news, Singapore has been busy with setting up bilateral travel arrangements with other countries. This time, South Korea (ROK) and Singapore are set to launch a fast lane arrangement for essential business and official travel. The fast lane will open today (4 September). This arrangement was set up in hopes to restore connectivity and economic recovery while taking necessary health safeguards. Under this arrangement, travelers will have to abide by health measures in both countries. With Covid-19 testing pre-departure and post-arrival while also required to adhere to a controlled itinerary for 14 days in the receiving country.  To learn more about the measures, protocols, and requirements, please check with the respective government agencies.  To read more about similar travel arrangements, check out our past blog on reciprocal green lane travel here.   Singapore and Brunei to open Green Lane Travel Image Source: Photo by Edho Pratama on Unsplash Following the Green Lane travel news, Brunei has also joined the list of countries to set up a green lane travel arrangement with Singapore. Applications for Singapore-Brunei travel opened on 1 September. This announcement means that travelers from both countries will enjoy the same convenience in both countries as it was announced last week where travelers from Brunei are considered under the reciprocal green lanes in Singapore. Similar to the measures in Singapore, travelers are required to produce approved Entry Travel Pass, negative Covid-19 results from a test taken within 72 hours before departure amongst other requirements. To learn more about the measures and requirements, please check with the respective government agencies.  To read more about similar travel arrangements, check out our past blog on reciprocal green lane travel here....

  • 5 Best Halal Food Places Near you in Fiji

    The Republic of Fiji is an island country in the South Pacific which consists of an archipelago that includes more than 300 islands. Its main island is called Viti Levu, where cities like Suva and Nadi are mostly populated. Fiji is dwelled by its native Fijian, followed by about 40% Indians. The Indians are the third and fourth generations descendants from the British colonial period who came as labourers. The Muslims in Fiji is mostly from this Indian origin, approximately 7% of the total Fiji population. Finding Halal food in Fiji is not an issue. As an island nation, the food revolves around ocean bounties where you can feast on seafood when in Fiji. Enjoy an abundance of bananas, coconut, and root vegetables such as taros, yam, and sweet potatoes. The influence of Indo-Fijian cultures provide elements of delicious flavour and spices to Fijian cuisine. Stay away from Lovo which usually contains pork and other delicacies cooked underground. The list below highlights the best Halal food near you in Fiji. Although there are also plenty of restaurants that may not be officially certified (such as Indian joints in Suva), due to Muslim ownership, the restaurants are deemed to be Halal.   Kebab King Picture Credit: Should you fancy some meat in a pita wrap with delicious sauces, you can’t go wrong with Kebab King. They serve a good range of Middle Eastern fast food dishes, from doner kebab to Turkish pizza. There are two outlets of the Kebab King, one at the Port Denarau Marina in Nadi and the other at the MHCC mall in Suva. Cuisine: Turkish, Middle EasternAddress: Port Denarau Marina (Nadi), MHCC (Suva)Opening Hours: 9am to 9pm (Mon-Sun)Price/Price Range: $-$$Reservation: NoContact: +679 6750 375 Port Denarau Marina, Nadi MHCC, Suva Facebook   Chicken Bites A Muslim family owned business, Chicken Bites is a local hero located about 3km from Nadi Airport. It was the 2015 Winner of Wholesale and Retail under Partnership category. When dining here, expect a humble shop that serves a variety of meals: Indian dishes, Chinese cooking, pizzas, sweets, and snacks. Cuisine: Indian, Chinese, Fast foodAddress: Shop 1, Harilala Building, Queens Road, Namaka, Nadi, FijiOpening Hours: 6am to 10pm (Mon-Sun)Price/Price Range: $ - $$Reservation: NoContact: +679 6728 107 Facebook   Mezbaan – Bengali & Arabic Food Mezbaan is located in the foodcourt at the MHCC mall, catering for Bengali and Arabic cuisine. Owned by a Muslim with Bengal origin, its fans rave about the quality gourmet food offered at an affordable price. You can order from a variety of menu selection from seafood delights such as Bengal prawn masala, crab yellow masala, Bengal snapper, grilled crab/lobster to its famous tandoor kitchen – chicken tikka or tandoori that will definitely satisfy you after a day out wandering the town. Alternatively, you can also indulge yourself in the kebab menu. Cuisine: Asian, Bangladeshi, ArabicAddress: Level 2, MHCC Building, Thomson Street, Suva, FijiOpening Hours: 9am to 9pm (Mon-Sun)Price/Price Range: $-$$Reservation: NoContact: +679 995 9501 MHCC, Suva   Mezbaan – Indian & Thai Cuisine For a good sit down lunch or dinner, you can’t go wrong with this newly opened restaurant who welcomed customers in January 2018. If you miss your home cooking, this restaurant will not disappoint you - especially when it’s rare to find a Halal joint in Fiji that specializes in Indian, Chinese, Thai and Bangladeshi cuisine. We heard that its Muslim owner has a farm which once being fully operational, they will serve fresh poultry and vegetables to the restaurant. Cuisine: Indian, ThaiAddress: 181, Fiji Times Building; Victoria Parade Rd, Suva, FijiOpening Hours: 11:00 - 23:00 (Mon-Sat), 5pm-11pm (SunPrice/Price Range: $$Reservation: YesContact: +679 995 9501 Facebook   McDonald's Picture Credit: No introduction needed here - like your prayer is answered after you want some taste bud change from Fiji island food. You will be pleased that all McDonald's restaurants in Fiji received Halal certification from The Fiji Muslim League. You can try the much talked about Spicy Mayo Chicken Burger among other usual menu offerings. Currently, there are 4 outlets throught the island with one in Nadi, one in Lautoka and two outlest in Suva. Cuisine: Fast Food, AmericanAddress: 135 Queens Rd (Nadi), 177 Vitogo Parade (Lautoka), Laucala Bay Rd (Suva), Scott St (Suva)Opening Hours: 24 hours for outlets in Suva and NadiPrice/Price Range: $ - $$Reservation: NoWebsite: Nadi Lautoka Laucala Bay Rd, Suva Scott St, Suva Find Halal Restaurants near you in Fiji Check out our city guides in Fiji!...

  • 7 Best Things to Do in Quebec City

    No matter how many times you’ve been to the spectacular French Canadian city of Quebec, there is always something new and unforgettable to discover. North America’s only walled city, Quebec, is undeniably one of our most favourite cities in the world. Small, but offering so much to see and do. It is one destination rich in history, culture and nature. Cruise your way through Quebec as they boasts their mesmerizing castles, charming streets, chic cafés, evoking the romantic ambience of this city. On the other hand, this city is also a place of wonder for all you adventure seekers, looking for activities that will get you out of your comfort zone! The UNESCO World Heritage site is magical no matter when you visit; summer or winter. This French-speaking city and its unique identity never fails to impress even the most well-seasoned travelers. While the attractions in Quebec City are aplenty, not many stay long enough to experience them all. So if you’re planning a short trip and are wondering what the top places to visit in Quebec City, then we’ve got you covered! Our guide covers things that if missed, in our opinion, will deem your trip incomplete, so be sure to include all of it in your itinerary for the trip of a lifetime!   1. Explore Old Quebec Picture Credit: No trip to Quebec City is complete without a visit to its famed Old Town; where narrow, winding cobblestone streets meet quaint stone buildings, making it a living museum. The designated UNESCO World Heritage Site is the perfect example of what living in a fortified city was like centuries ago. The sweeping view of the Saint-Lawrence River from the Upper Town is a must-see for every visitor, and the numerous historic buildings and sites. Places such as the Place Royale and the Plains of Abraham will definitely leave you in awe with their brilliant architecture. While you are here, make sure to take a stroll along the fortified walls surrounding the Old Town, and get yourself a picture with one of the most photographed hotels on the planet - the Château Frontenac! Also filled with countless impressive restaurants and cafés, including some of Canada’s best stores and boutiques. You’ll have plenty to do and see in Old Quebec, so make sure you have your walking shoes on when visiting!   2. Experience Carnaval de Quebec Picture Credit: If you’re visiting Quebec during its coldest months of January and February, then the famous Winter Carnival is one thing you cannot miss! The massive, colourful festival embraces the weather - ice, snow and all - and is one of the city’s most important events, highlighting its history and culture. Locals look forward to it, and tourists from all over the world fly in just to experience it right before their eyes. The magical event spans a couple of weeks, and these activities include live shows, parades, their traditional ice canoe race, sleigh races through the Plains of Abraham, snow sculpting competitions, skating and so much more! Attended by around a million people annually, this event is one of the top things to do in Quebec City during the winter months, so don’t miss out!   3. Snack on Maple Syrup Picture Credit: Did you know that Quebec is the home of maple syrup? Producing around 77% of the world’s supply of maple syrup, Quebec is the place to go to get your hands on these sweet and sticky Canadian treat. Get your sweet fix at one of the many ‘sugar shacks’ or cabanes à sucre in the province that are open year round. Just a short distance from the Old Town, these sugar shacks will give you the opportunity to learn all about the maple syrup and the whole process on how to produce it. Here you'll experience hands-on activities, taste Canadian delicacies all centered on maple and even experience shows where the syrup takes center stage! Sampling taffy that is poured hot-hot on snow to cool it and then shaped onto a stick before hardening is an absolute experience you won’t forget!   4. Stay at the Ice Hotel Picture Credit: Have you ever visited a hotel made entirely of snow and ice? Well then, Quebec City’s incredible Hôtel de Glace will leave you a little cold, and quite a bit speechless. Located just a few minutes away from downtown Quebec City, and offering you a one-of-a-kind experience, Hôtel de Glace attracts thousands of visitors each year during winter. The hotel which has 45 original themed rooms and suites is entirely redesigned and rebuilt each year in winter. If you’re not convinced about spending your night in room made of ice, then just take a tour of the hotel, learn all about its construction and its fascinating architecture. See what it’s like to spend a night in an sleeping on a bed of ice instead of actually doing so. The hotel also has spas and saunas to counter the cold, and they are known for their drinks like apple cream and maple cider served in glasses, again, made of ice! Address: 1860, Valcartier blvd, Valcartier, Quebec, G0A 4S0, CanadaContact: +1 418 844 2200Website:   5. Check out Petit Champlain Picture Credit: One of the most popular places to visit in Quebec City is the district of Petit Champlain. Located in Old Quebec, Quartier Petit Champlain or the Petit Champlain district is where you need to head for a bit of shopping. But here’s what makes it even more famous; the district is not only the best place to pick up some souvenirs, but also great for those looking to immerse themselves further into city’s fascinating history. Known to be the oldest commercial district in North America, the Petit Champlain district’s cobblestoned streets are lined with historic buildings, great restaurants and cafés, art galleries, and souvenir shops. While in Petit Champlain, also make some time to climb the Escalier Casse-Cou or Breakneck Steps; named after the steep rise of the 59 stairs it is made up of. Built in 1635, this is Quebec City’s oldest stairway.   6. Wander around Montmorency Falls Park Picture Credit: Just a short drive from Quebec City, along the St. Lawrence River, Montmorency Falls Park or Parc de la Chute-Montmorency is one of the most scenic sites in the province. A nature lover’s paradise, Montmorency Falls Park is spectacular no matter when you visit, as its natural beauty shines be it summer or winter, day or night. The park is home to numerous hiking trails leading to breathtaking views, playgrounds, and bike paths, but it is most famous for being the location of the thundering 83 meter high Montmorency Falls. 30 meters taller than the Niagara Falls, the Montmorency Falls is the park’s key attraction. While there are numerous ways to appreciate the attraction; from the many lookout points, from a cable car, a scenic stairway and even a suspension bridge, we think the best way to take in the falls, and its magical surroundings is to zip line across the cove of the falls! Starting at the top of a cliff, the zip line takes two people at a time, across 300 metres of the falls and lands at the scenic La Baronne viewpoint. Take in the adrenaline rush and the indescribable view of the amazing Montmorency Falls! Address: 5300 boulevard Sainte-Anne, Quebec City, Quebec G1C 0M3, CanadaOpening Hours: Open throughout the day, year roundTicket Price: Entrance to the Park and Falls: FreeVisit website for seasonal rates for the double zip line and cable carContact: +1 418-663-3330Website:   7. Stroll down Terrasse Dufferin Picture Credit: Offering stunning views of the St. Lawrence River and overlooking Old Quebec, Terrasse Dufferin is a popular spot amongst locals and tourists alike as it is the perfect place to enjoy the city’s rich history along with its natural beauty. Today, one of Quebec City’s most popular walkways is the Terrasse Dufferin which was once a military fortification. While you see the old cannons that once protected the city lining, the walkway has become a lively area packed with street performers and entertainers, artists and sightseers. If you’re visiting during winter, an ice toboggan ride is not to be missed! For history buffs seeking for more information on the attraction and its surroundings, there are guided tours of the area that can be taken at a small fee. If finding Muslim-friendly facilities in Quebec City is what is holding you back from visiting, boy have we got news for you! There is a sizeable percentage of Muslims that call the city their home, so if you’re wondering if you’ll be able to find Halal food in Quebec City, the answer is yes! While there aren’t that many, you might also be able to find prayer places near you in Quebec City. The best way to find these places would be on the HalalTrip Mobile app. All you have to do is download the app, and locating Halal restaurants and mosques in Quebec City will be easy no matter where in the city you are! Download the Halal Trip app to look for more Travel guides and attractions....

  • İstanbul’da Mutlaka Görülmesi Gereken 8 Yer

    Birbirinden güzel ve eşsiz mekanlarıyla İstanbul bir başka şehir bir başka yaşam cazibesidir. Her ne kadar mutlaka görülmesi gereken mekan sayısı oldukça fazlaysa da, şehre kısa süreliğine gelenler için en nadide yerlerin listesini çıkardık. İstanbul gezinizi benzersiz kılacak nostaljik ve tarihi yapılar arasındaki yolculuğunuza başlamak için fotoğraf makinenizi hazırlamayı asla unutmayın. İşte İstanbul’da mutlaka görülmesi gereken 8 mekan! 1. Tarihi Ayasofya Camii Picture Credit - www.risalehaber.comİstanbul denilince akla ilk olarak Ayasofya Camii geliyor. Dünyanın farklı bölge ve ülkelerinden gelen turistlerin dikkatini çeken yapı, dünya tarih mirası içerisinde yer alıyor. 532 yılında Bizans İmp. Birinci Jüstinyen tarafından kilise olarak inşa edilen mabet, İstanbul’un 1453’de Osmanlı tarafından alınmasıyla camiye çevriliyor. Şu anda, müze olarak kullanılan yapının Topkapı girişi kısmında mescit olarak kullanılan bölümü de bulunuyor. İstanbul’da mutlaka görülmesi gereken yerler arasında en nadide ve gözde mekandır.    2. Sultanahmet Camii 17.yy en önemli eserleri arasında yer alan Sultanahmet Camii, hemen Ayasofya camiinin karşısındaki meydanda bulunuyor. Osmanlı’dan günümüze gelen en büyük ve özel yapılar arasında olmasından dolayı İstanbul’da görülmesi gereken mekanlar arasındadır. Sultan Birinci Ahmet tarafından Mimar Sedefkar Mehmet Ağa’ya yaptırılıyor. Eserin avlusunda medrese, küçük çocuklar için mektep, muvakkithane, Dar’ul Kurra ve İmaret gibi yapılar da bulunuyor.  Kaynak: 3. Üsküdar Kız Kulesi Picture Credit - www.trekearth.comİstanbul’un sembolik eserlerinden birisi de Kız Kulesi’dir. Çok eski bir yapı olması ve boğazın tam ortasında yer alması nedeniyle oldukça nostaljik bir mimari eserdir. Hakkında birçok efsanenin döndüğü Kız Kulesi’nin yapım amacına dair kabul edilen farklı hikayeler var. Ancak en çok bilineni, kralın kızını korumak üzere Kız Kulesini inşa ettirdiği efsanesidir. Her ne olursa olsun İstanbul’un mutlaka görülmesi gereken mimari eseri günümüzde restoran olarak misafirlerini ağırlıyor. 4. Yerebatan Sarnıcı Yerebatan Sarnıcı, İstanbul’a, Bizans’tan kalan önemli mimari ve tarihi yapılardan birisini ifade ediyor. Bizans’ın su ihtiyacını karşılamak için yeraltına kurulan bir su kemeridir. Daha sonra Fatih Sultan Mehmet tarafından da İstanbul’un su ihtiyacını karşılaması için kullanılarak aynı amaca hizmet etmiştir. Günümüzde ise, halka açılan, yerli ve yabancı turistlerin akın ettiği müzelerden birisidir. Oldukça değişik bir mimari yapıya sahip olması ve yerin altında bulunması, gizemli bir mekan olmasını sağlıyor. 5. Topkapı Sarayı İstanbul’un fethinden sonra başkentin İstanbul’a taşınması kararı alındı. Bu kararın üzerine fatih Sultan Mehmet tarafından verilen talimat doğrultusunda 1478’de Topkapı Sarayı yapıldı. Oldukça görkemli, büyüleyici ve eşsiz olan Topkapı sarayı, Osmanlı Devleti’nin yönetim merkezi oldu. 400 sene kadar devlet yönetiminin idare edildiği saray, ilk olarak Abdülmecit tarafından ziyarete açıldı. O günden beri yerli ve yabancı turistlerin uğrak yeri olan sarayın içerisinde Divan Meclis odası gibi önemli kararların alındığı odalar vardır. Kaynak: 6. Haseki Hürrem Hamamı İstanbul’un hamamları meşhurdur. Bu hamamlar içerisinde ise, mutlaka görülmesi gereken Haseki Hürrem Hamamı’dır. Tarihi dizi çekimleriyle de oldukça popüler olmaya başlayan hamam, Kanuni Sultan Süleyman tarafından Hürrem Sultan adına Mimar Sinan’a yaptırılmıştır. En büyük hamamlar arasında yer alan yapının oldukça büyüleyici atmosferi söz konusudur. Günümüzde de hamam olarak misafirlerine hizmet sunan mimari yapının zenginlikleri yakından görülmeye değerdir. 7. Dolmabahçe Sarayı Osmanlı Devleti’nin en önemli mimari eserleri arasında yer alan Dolmabahçe Sarayı, İstanbul boğazını korumakla görevli gemilerin demirlendiği ve Kaptan-ı Deryalara tahsis edilen saraydır. Bir dönem için Osmanlı Devleti’nin idaresinin de yapıldığı merkez olan Dolmabahçe Sarayı, daha sonra önemli misafirlerin ağırlandığı ve çeşitli görüşmelerin yapıldığı yer olarak kullanılmıştır. Günümüzde de, bu amaca binaen kullanılan yapı, herkesin ziyaretine açıktır. Kaynak: 8. Kapalı Çarşı – Eminönü Dünyanın en eski çarşıları arasında ünlenen Kapalı Çarşı, Fatih Sultan Mehmet döneminde inşa edilmiştir. Günümüze denk aynı amaçla kullanımı sürdüren çarşısın tarihi dükkan ve kahvehanelerinin mutlaka görülmesi gerekiyor. Turistlerin de yoğun ilgi gösterdiği çarşıda, İstanbul’dan ayrılmadan önce hediyelik eşya alınabilecek birçok dükkan yer alıyor. Oldukça kalabalık çarşı içerisinde dolaşmak zor olsa da, harika mimari yapının fotoğraflarını çekerek ve tarihe tanıklık ederek eşsiz bir zaman geçirmek mümkündür. İstanbul’da mutlaka görülmesi gereken yerler listesine burada son veriyoruz. Ayrıca, İstanbul’a gelenlerin boğaz turu yapmadan şehirden ayrılmamaları konusunda da ikazda bulunalım. Gezilen yerlerin boğaza inci gibi dizili hallerini görmek ve fotoğraflamak mükemmel bir anı olabilir.        ...

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