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Lifestyle writer on travel, food and wellness.Well travelled and a global-nomad. Live to thrive is the essence of her blog www.sliceoftorchginger.com

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  • Need A Quick Escape To Johor? Here's How You Can Get To JB Fast!

    Living on a tiny island of Singapore means we always like to get around to see other places. Getting out to Johor Bahru (famously known as JB) is the only one location frequently visited by the resident of this island for many obvious reasons - whether for a quick outing, day trip, weekend getaway or...

  • LATEST: Taufik Batisah's New Fried Chicken Store Has Joined The Hipster Squad

    Chix Hot Chicken is no ordinary fried chicken shop in Singapore. Opened recently in June, it has since welcomed an increasing number of visitors who simply want to find out what’s on its Halal menu, what’s so special about its fried chicken and to sass out the popular names associated behind this...

  • World Cup 2018: Here's Where You Can Watch FIFA World Cup 2018 At Almost No Cost At All In SG

    Once in 4 years, we get to witness the best in the world of football. Russia is hosting the 2018 FIFA World Cup from the glory of Moscow bling city to dreary location that recalls Soviet days. Whether you are following your favourite team, rooting for favourite players or want to join the soccer crowd...

  • #MyFirstTarawih: Carpooling In Ramadan

    I still recall my first Ramadan in the Middle East. One of many things I love about Ramadan is the act of performing night prayers called Tarawih. Tarawih is special because it's only practiced during Ramadan immediately after obligatory solat Isha and recommended to be done at a mosque in congregation....

  • Sharing Ramadan Experiences with Non-Muslims

    Learning about cultural differences can foster understanding, bring people together, and encourage bond and solidarity as human beings. For Muslims, Ramadan is an important time and this joyful month cannot be a better time to extend its spirit to our non-Muslim friends as well as the overall community. Etiquette...

  • Top 10 Ramadan Buffets for your Makan Feast in Singapore

    Once a year, the blessed month of Ramadan is observed by Muslims through the act of fasting from dawn to sunset. Iftar, or breaking fast begins with a couple of dates and water as per the sunnah of Prophet Muhammed (PBUH). The act of having Iftar with friends and family is an affair to celebrate the...

  • Top 5 Family-Friendly Activities in New Zealand

    There is no doubt that New Zealand is a must visit country for a family holiday due to its pristine natural beauty and Kiwi ingenuity. Another important aspect is that this 'land of the long white cloud' is listed as one of the safest countries in the annual Global Peace Index. It’s certainly a family-friendly...

  • 7 Halal Food Places in Seychelles

    The Republic of Seychelles is one of the most beautiful archipelagoes in the world. Before the French took control in the 18th century, the uninhabited Seychelles was used as a transit point between Asia and Africa among the traders (including the Arabs) and pirates. Seychelles is dwelled by immigrants,...

  • 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...

  • 5 Muslim-Friendly Restaurants to Try in Cape Town, South Africa

    Finding Halal food in Cape Town is not an issue at all. The religious tolerance in South Africa is deeply rooted in its constitution. The country caters to its Muslim residents (less than 2% of total population) and accommodates growing numbers of Muslim visitors as well. In the 17th century, Muslims...

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