Our team of experts at Serendipity Tailormade are on hand to create your next halal holiday with our range of halal holiday ideas. We’ve searched low and high to find a selection of halal holiday ideas and our options keep on growing as we continue to unearth some great experiences.
Travelling long haul can often be a labouring task, especially if you’re travelling with a family. Sourcing the best deal on flights, arranging transfers from the airport are those fiddly but necessary things you need to do, but take up so much time. Add on finding a halal friendly hotel can make finding new halal travel ideas even more difficult. That’s where we come in. We have a host of amazing experiences for you to choose from whether you’re a novice or seasoned traveller, looking for a honeymoon, or have a family to take along we’ll provide a range of halal travel ideas for you to choose from.
Here are some of our favourite halal travel ideas;
Our Muslim friendly tours encompass one of the oldest civilisations in the world. China has thousands of years of history to explore, from Tiananmen Square to The Silk Road, the country has oodles of the ancient, the weird and the wonderful. Serendipity Tailormade provides halal Muslim friendly tours throughout your journey of this quite amazing country. From Beijing to Xian, home to The Terracotta Warriors, is also home to the largest Muslim population in China. To really experience the Muslim diaspora in this country, then a visit along the Silk Route or into Tibet will make your halal friendly holiday complete. We'll take care of obtaining your travel permit to Tibet, and you can spend a couple of nights marvelling at the Patola Palace. The small but friendly Muslim community provides great company, and is one of the highlights of our Tibet itinerary.
With a long peppered history, our halal Vietnam and Cambodia tours have so much to offer. From the northern city of Hanoi to the southern capital of Ho Chi Minh and the historic Siem Reap, Indochina is a a trending destination. Hanoi is a bustling town, filled with cycling commuters, rikshaws and a general buzz like nowhere else in south east Asia. Ho Chi Minh located in the south of the country is an excellent gateway to neighbouring Cambodia and Laos, to really discover the essence of Indochina. Our tours take in Angkor Wat in neighbouring Cambodia and Siem Riep in Laos. They also include halal food at local Muslim restaurants, and where halal food is not available in Angkor and Siem Riep, vegetarian and seafood options are available.
Often overlooked to it’s Emirate neighbour, Abu Dhabi is a fantastic destination for halal travel. The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, popularly called the Grand Mosque by local residents, was Morrocan in it's initial architectural design, with the main prayer hall featuring the world’s largest chandelier under the main dome. In the Western Region – Al Gharbia – you can find unspoilt beaches and some of the best desertscapes around. You can visit Mirfa and see the quaint fishing harbour, Jebel Dhanna for a five-star break, or take a trip to the Desert Islands Resorts & Spa on Sir Bani Yas Island.
Argentina is the second largest country in South America, home to cultural and culinary traditions that complement the incredible natural assets the long country embraces. Glaciers, stunning wildlife, Andean foothills, the greatest spectacle of water on earth and the largest mosque in Latin America are all found here. The capital city of Buenos Aires keeps visitors from all over world awake, and is one of the most cosmopolitan and beautiful urban centres in South America. A few hundred kilometres away you will find the imperious Iguazu Falls, where the forest meets the complex concourse of rivers ending at the falls. The must see in Argentina is further south in El Calafte; home to the Glacier National Park and where you can witness the ever advancing Perito Moreno Glacier.
The mention of Thailand evokes thoughts of fragrant food, exotic beaches and a colourful culture, all of which is very accurate. Bangkok is one of South East Asia’ most exciting cities, sprawling over an eternity the streets are famous for it’s colourful tuk-tuks blending the traditional with the modern. Highlights of the cities attractions include Grand Palace, the Bangkok waterways and the hectic Chatuchak market for those bargains. Our personal must do is culinary related, dining at two of Bangkok’s best halal restaurants; one ideal for lunch with no-fuss home Thai cooking, the other a stunning evening hideaway within the hustle and bustle of the city.