For the Muslim traveller, Singapore is a treasure-trove of food, shopping and entertainment for the whole family. With about 15 percent of the population being Muslim, Muslim travellers feel welcome in the island city. The array of Halal food available in restaurants certified Halal by the Islamic Religious Council of…
The Singapore Religious Council better known as MUIS(Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura) is the sole authority in Singapore which can certify restaurants, manufacturing facilities, food outlets etc as Halal. MUIS is a statutory board setup to advise the President of Singapore on all matters relating to Islam in Singapore.
There a few Halal Hotel Restaurants in Singapore certifed by MUIS.
There are two types of restaurants in Singapore Hotels serving Halal Food; Hotels which have a Halal certified restaurant and the Hotels where the restaurant serves food from a halal certified kitchen.
Here are three places in Singapore that you could not only shop for anything you want, but be confident that you can have Halal food and then drop... on your knees to give thanks for all the blessings in the Masjid nearby!
The Masjids (Mosques-Masaajid) of Singapore are more than just a place where people go for their Salaath. They are almost community centers where many activities of the community take place. On Fridays, just before Jummah Salaath, it takes the shape of a community canteen/restaurant.
ADMINISTRATIVE / COMMERCIAL CAPITAL: Singapore
It is an Island, situated at the sothern tip of the Malayan Peninsula between Malaysia and Indonesia. Covering a total land area of 778 km² Singapore has a coastline of 193 km.
Tropical, humid and heavy rainfall. Temperatures usually range from 23 to 32 °C (73 to 90 °F). There are…