Travel Dua and Hadith for Muslims Air Travel Prayer Time Calculator Islamic Prayer Times and Qiblah direction finder

The World's Leading Authority on Halal/Muslim Friendly Travel - Connecting you to the Muslim Traveler

You are here: Crescentrating

Crescentrating

Finding Halal restaurants in Dubai will be quite a simple task. With almost every restaurant in Dubai serving Halal food, Muslim travellers will be presented with an amazing variety of mouthwatering dishes to choose from – including popular local delights such as shawarmas and falafels. A wide range of food is on offer, with Middle Eastern, Mediterranean and South Asian fare available at numerous restaurants. A few prominent restaurants and eateries have been highlighted below.

Mosques in Paris - 1.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote

Paris is the cosmopolitan capital of France, located in the north, on the river Seine. Known as a fashion capital, the city is home to some of the best designer clothing and cosmetic brands in the world. Popular among tourists for its numerous iconic landmarks, UNESCO World Heritage Sites, museums, galleries and Michelin star restaurants, Paris is one of the most visited cities of the world. It is home to some of the most famous landmarks and sites, including the Eiffel Tower, which is the most-visited among the city’s many attractions. Other famous sites include Notre Dame, Arc De Triomph, Centre Georges Pompidou, Catacombes de Paris, Palace of Versailles and the Pantheon. Musée d'Orsay and the Louvre are two of the city’s most famous museums. The Louvre’s department of Islamic art houses the oldest Islamic collection that might be of special interest to Muslim visitors.

Madrid; the capital and largest city of Spain, is a vibrant and cosmopolitan city that is home to the Spanish monarch and is also the business and political center of Spain. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world and is famous for its great cultural and artistic heritage, architectural wonders, historical marvels and world famous restaurant culture.

Sri Lanka is a tiny Island in the northern Indian Ocean, previously known as Ceylon and also known as "the Pearl of the Indian Ocean." It is a diverse county that boasts lush green tropical forests, beautiful colonial architecture and clear, beautiful beaches. It is a historical country that has temples, churches, mosques and other ancient sites to prove it. The country is known for being in the forefront for producing tea, rubber, coconuts and cinnamon. Sri Lanka is also home to some of the most popular destinations in the world, including Kandy and Galle. What makes it one of the most popular destinations among tourists is its diverse community. The little Island is home to a large population of Muslims and therefore Muslim travelers won’t have to search too much to find Halal food and mosques.

Spain is a fun and vibrant destination that has become one of the top destinations for tourists, in the world. Home to exotic islands, high mountains and gushing rivers, UNESCO World Heritage Sites, historical monuments, friendly people and world-renowned food, the county has something for everyone. Some of its popular cities and towns among tourists include; Madrid, Valencia, Seville, Cordoba, Granada and Barcelona. Spain has a population of over 2 million Muslims and therefore most of its cities and towns have a sizeable Muslim community that offers Halal-facilities to visiting Muslims.

Italy, the country popular for its boot-like shape, home to the saucy yummy-ness we call spaghetti bolognese, the cheesy goodness; also known as pizza and of course the creamy deliciousness; gelato. The county is also known for its beautiful cities; such as Milan; the country’s fashion capital, Pisa; home to the world-renowned Leaning Tower, Siena, Naples, Venice and of course, one of the most popular tourists destinations in the world; Rome.

More and more Muslims around the world are now venturing out of their comfort zones and traveling to popular countries that tend to offer a small number of Halal-friendly facilities, or even to ones that offer none at all. This rapidly growing Muslim tourist market is said to be worth billions. With that in mind, non-Muslim countries, world-wide are attempting to proceed with the steps and initiatives that will make them more Muslim-friendly, therefore ramping up the number of Muslim tourists.

Halal Food in Singapore – A Gastronomic Journey - 5.0 out of 5 based on 2 votes

Singapore represents the glamour and charm that modern Asia is known for. The country is home to a diverse populace that comprises a melting pot of several cultures and various ethnic groups including Chinese, Malay, Indian and Caucasian communities, making it one of the most religiously and culturally diverse countries in the world. Muslims make up a significant 15% of the total population of 5 million.

Travelling in Spain - 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote

Spain - a country synonymous with good food, art and colorful festivals - is amongst the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Visitors to Spain will soon be enraptured by its vibrance and beauty which emanate from every part of the country. A few famous destinations in Spain have been listed below, with details on what each destination can offer to Muslim travellers.

5 Tips for a productive trip - 5.0 out of 5 based on 2 votes

Trips with the family always mean chaos and the undying notion of unpredictability. Having said that, there is obviously no right way of travelling but there is a productive one. In this day and age, the usage of apps and the internet has surpassed extremely popularity and become almost an obsession. There are apps for pretty much anything under the sun and if used efficiently, they can help save time and money.

  • Morocco Overview

    The birth country of Ibn Battuta, Morocco is a mesmerizing place to visit located in North Africa. The Islamic expansion in the country began in the seventh century and since then Morocco has seen a lot of changes at the political end. Predominantly a Muslim country, Morocco is a beautiful…
  • Tangier Morocco

    The hometown of Ibn Battuta, Tangier is located in northern Morocco at the western entrance to the Strait of Gibraltar where the Mediterranean and the Atlantic Ocean meet. The acclaimed traveler was born to a Berber Muslim family in 1304 and set out on his journey from Tangier in 1325.…
  • The Ancient Walled City - Fez, Morocco

    Famously known as the ancient walled city, Fez is often compared to Jerusalem. The medieval capital of Morocco, Fez is where Ibn Battuta returned to in 1349 after Hajj. He then left Fez again to visit the lands of Niger across the Sahara Desert. The city was founded in 790…
  • The Ruins of a Charming City - Sijilmasa, Morocco

    Ibn Battuta set out in the autumn of 1351, leaving Fez and traveling across the High Atlas Mountains, to arrive at Sijilmasa. The city was located in present day southeastern Morocco, the ruins of which can be found along the river Ziz in the Tafilalt oasis. The city served as…
  • Couscous, Souks & the Hillside - Visit Taza, Morocco

    A seemingly sleepy city, Taza is an interesting stopover. After departing from Sardinia, Ibn Battuta traveled across Tenes, Tlemcen before reaching Taza in Morocco. This lovely hillside city is located in the northern part of Morocco and is about 120Km from Fez.

  • Travel to Erg Chebbi Sand Dunes

    Adventure Time at the Sahara Dessert with Sand Adventure at Erg Chebbi Sand Dunes, Morocco Located close to the Algerian border towards the south east of Morocco are the Erg Chebbi Sand Dunes. The unusual natural formation and the plateau with black stones appeal visitors. The dunes can easily be visited…
  • 1

Morocco Info

ADMINISTRATIVE CAPITAL: Rabat

COMMERCIAL CAPITAL: Casablanca

GEOGRAPHY

A mountainous North African country sharing boarders with Algeria, Mauritania and Spain Morocco owns a land area of 446,550km² and a coastline closer to 1835 km's.

DEMOGRAPHY

A population of close to 32.5 Million. Muslims account for about 99% of the population.

CLIMATE

At morocco Temperature ranges based on the season, Summer average will be around 38°C (100.4°F) While winter average temperature will come down to 21°C (69.8°F). In mountainous areas like Atlas range tend to have minus values throughout most of the year. Northern Morocco experience Rain and a wet season during winter while certain areas at south will be cold and dry.

LANGUAGES SPOKEN

Arabic and Amazigh are the two official languages. French ,Spanish and Engllish are considerd the main foreign languages.

LOCAL TIME

GMT +0:00

BUSINESS HOURS

Government: 8:30 AM to 6:30 PM
General: 8:30 AM to 6:30 PM

HOLIDAYS
New year's Day : January 1st
Proclamation of Independence : January 11th
Labour Day : May 1st
Enthronement : July 30th
Qued Ed-Dahab Day : Augest 14th
Revolution of the king and the people : Augest 20th
Green March : November 6th
Independence Day : November 18th

Based on the lunar calandar:
Muharram 1st
Birth of the Prophet  Muhammad
Id-ul-Fitr
Id-ul-Adha

CURRENCY

Moroccan Dirham

IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS

Police: 117
Medical/Fire: 15

Subscribe to our newsletter!

Let us bring you the very latest Halal/Muslim friendly travel news and updates straight to your inbox.

You are now being logged in using your Facebook credentials