In Singapore, Malaysia and few other countries, some eateries put up signs which says "No Pork, No Lard". The intent seems to be to attract Muslim customers assuring them that No Pork or and No Lard is used in food items of the establishment.
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.
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!
Hotel for the Halal-Conscious visitors to Singapore
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Singapore offers 'Home Away from Home' for Middle East visitors during Ramadan and Eid
Singapore is extending a warm welcome to Middle East visitors this Ramadan and Eid with a host of special travel offers that will allow Muslim tourists to fulfill their religious duties throughout their stay in the cosmopolitan…