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Sharjah, the third largest city in United Arab Emirates, is the capital of Sharjah Emirate and is located on the west coast of UAE. With over 15 km of coastline, Sharjah has been dubbed the cultural capital of the Arab world by UNESCO and was named the Islamic Culture Capital in 2014 at an OIC conference. Sharjah is taking steps to be the hub for halal and family tourism, with plans to attract 10 million tourists by 2021. This is according to the Chairman of Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development

Halal friendly travel has made family holidays more interactive. Gone are the days when the mother would have to sit by on the beach while her children and husband frolicked in the sea. Now families can enjoy a halal trip where the facilities provided cater to Muslim requirements.  Halal, put simply, means that it is something that is allowed by Islamic Law. For Muslims, living by this is a way of life. This is why the Halal tourism industry has picked up so rapidly. Muslims enjoy the peace of mind

China is home to one of the oldest civilizations in the world and as a travel destination has much to offer its visitors. The options are endless and one visit to the country will not do it justice. For a Muslim a China tour offers the opportunity to visit and experience the way of the forefathers with a tour of the Silk Route. It is an enlivening experience as you embrace the ways of the people, seeped in the traditions of their century’s old history. Of course a must visit

Halal holidays are fast catching on as the preferred holiday options for Muslims. Turkey has proved especially popular thanks to its Mediterranean climate. It provides the perfect setting for family fun in the sun. Adenya hotel in Alanya is one of the top hotels in the area catering to halal holidays. Alanya has earned its name as a great holiday destination with its ideal weather conditions and historic heritage. It offers endless fun including great shopping. Situated on the shores of the Mediterranean, the Adenya resort hotel incorporates all aspects

Halal friendly holidays cater to Halal conscious consumers. Consuming products and services that are Halal is the foremost consideration of a Muslim, and this trend encompasses food and banking industries as well as lifestyle and leisure activities. With Halal friendly holidays, Halal conscious travellers are now able to explore the world while enjoying services and travel facilities that cater to their religious beliefs. There are several destinations across the world that Halal friendly – both in Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) countries and Non OIC countries. Here are some of

With the advent of the Halal friendly travel industry, Muslims in UK need not be limited to holidays in Islamic countries solely. Now, you can travel to various destinations across the globe and discover and enjoy a whole new world. With Halal friendly holidays, you can be rest assured that you and your family will enjoy a perfect Halal holiday that falls in accordance with your religious beliefs. There are several destinations across the globe that cater to Halal friendly holidays and accommodate the unique needs of Halal conscious travellers.

Challenge : A days’ entertainment in Dubai on just £10 Of all the halal friendly destinations we feature, there is no doubting the audaciousness that slaps you in the face when you leave the lush Terminal 3 at Dubai airport. However with a city still developing, we uncovered that you don’t need to step up to the glam lifestyle, and we set ourselves a challenge to find our own entertainment with just a tenner per person (£10), which works out to roughly 60 dirhams. With most hotels providing breakfast in

Halal friendly travel is a new product introduced in the travel industry which caters to Muslims, who are Halal conscious tourists. Halal is an Arabic term that means ‘lawful’ and designates an object or action permissible to use according to Islamic law. The term is commonly used to designate food seen as permissible according to Islamic law, as well as industries such as banking. Today, even travel and the tourism industry can be designated as Halal, and this enables Halal conscious travellers to explore the world while enjoying services and

If you are a Muslim in UK and feel that your holiday options are only limited to Islamic countries for travel abroad, then Halal friendly holidays are what you are looking for. More often than not, Muslims planning a holiday outside the country find themselves limited with the choice of travel destinations, hotels and places to eat when on holiday. Also, female travellers are not able to enjoy leisure activities such as swimming and spa facilities. Going on holiday usually requires a lot of research and planning to make sure

Halal friendly holidays are gaining popularity in the UK as Muslim families seek welcoming travel destinations across the globe for modest dress, Halal food and other Muslim-friendly vacation activities. There are several Halal friendly hotels that provide facilities and services for Muslim travellers across the world. The services offered by Halal friendly hotels differ – some may provide information on Halal services and facilities in the vicinity of the hotel, whilst others include Qiblah direction marked in hotel rooms and serve Halal food. Certain hotels even have segregated spas, open-air

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