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Halal Hotel Restaurants in Singapore

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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.

The difference being that when the restaurant is certified Halal, the restaurant will not serve Alcohol as well. The restaurant serving food from a Halal certified Kitchen may serve Alcohol. These two types of certifications are provided by MUIS, the sole Halal certifying authority in Singapore

Furama RiverFronts Hotels' Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant is a Halal Certified restaurant. Established since 1985, it serves Indonesian cuisine over a delectable buffet spread as well as a savoury a la carte menu.

Some of the Halal Hotel Restaurants which serve food from a Halal certified kitchen include the following:

  • Tiffany Café & Restaurant @ Furama CityCenter Hotel. It is serves an International buffet and a la carte savouries. The décor of the café creates a cozy ambience, perfect for conversations with light snacks and drinks.
  • Carousel @ Royal Plaza on Scotts. Four tastefully designed dining sections provide an unforgettable culinary moments; The Living Room, The State Rooms, The Verandah and The Terrace.
  • Straits Kitchen @ Grand Hyatt Hotel. It serves an International Buffet
  • Asian Market Cafe @ Fairmont Singapore. It serves a Asian Buffet
  • Aquamarine @ Marina Mandarin. It serves an International Buffet

 

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  • Singapore Muslim Visitor Info

    CRAHFT SCORE FOR HALAL (MUSLIM) FRIENDLY HOLIDAY DESTINATION

    Singapore Halal (Muslim) Friendly Holiday Destination Score

    MUSLIM POPULATION

    A population of around 5 Million. Muslims account for about 15% of the population

    AVAILABILITY OF HALAL FOOD IN SINGAPORE

    It is very easy to find Halal food in Singapore. There are many Halal food & restaurants which are certified Halal by the MUIS, the Halal certification body of Singapore.

    AVAILABILITY OF MOSQUES (MASJIDS - MASAAJID) IN SINGAPORE 

    There are close to 70 Mosques (Masjids) in Singapore. It is easy to find a Mosque.  

    AVAILABILITY OF HALAL HOTEL IN SINGAPORE 

    There are currently few Halal Friendly Hotels in Singapore which have been granted a Crescentrating. 

    LANGUAGES SPOKEN

    English, Chinese, Malay and Tamil are the four official languages. English is widely spoken.

    IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS

    MUIS Customer Service: +65 63591199

    Singapore Tourism Board: +65 6736200

  • General Traveller Information on Singapore

     

    ADMINISTRATIVE / COMMERCIAL CAPITAL: Singapore

     

    GEOGRAPHY

    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.

    CLIMATE

    Tropical, humid and heavy rainfall. Temperatures usually range from 23 to 32 °C (73 to 90 °F). There are cloudy conditions in December and January with frequent afternoon showers.

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