One of the most visited cities in the world, Dubai is a haven for shopaholics. Offering the best of entertainment, adventure and fun, the city is visited by people from all around the world.
Crescentrating's Halal Friendly Travel (CRaHFT) Ranking 2013
10 Destinations for Newlyweds in 2013
Relax, unwind, spend quality time and explore a new place with your brand new better half; that’s what most newlyweds would like to do!
Why not spend some time together in exploring your own city? You will be surprised how much of your city that you still do not know enough. This is a great opportunity to do so with your new partner in life!
Another option is to have a staycation - a holiday in your own town; just two of you. Here are some tips to get the best out of a staycation.
Crescentrating's Halal Friendly Travel (CRaHFT) Ranking 2013 Top Halal Friendly Airports for 2013,In our series of CRaHFT Ranking for 2013, for the 2nd year running, we are pleased to release our ranking of Top 10 Halal Friendly Airports in two categories; OIC member states and Non-OIC Countries.
Although many airports are begining to take into account the needs of the growing segment of Muslim travellers, lot more can be done in order to make these travellers comfortable at the Airport as well as ensuring a larger share of their expenditure at the airport. Having better airport services for this segment is not only imprtant for visitors to the destination, but also for the airport to become a preferred transit airport.
The blessed month of Ramadan 2012 (1433AH) is here. If you are planning to spend the ramadan away from home here are some destinations to look at.
If you think about architectural brilliance across the world, then Burj Khalifa is surely one of the first buildings that will cross your mind. Dubai is famous for its skyscrapers and amazing architecture. Burj Khalifa is the tallest man-made structure in the world and rises to a height of 829.84 m.
Running along the Jumeirah Road is the spectacular Jumeirah Beach. One of the most popular beaches in Dubai, Jumeirah Beach houses a number of prominent landmarks. Some of these landmarks include the Burj Al Arab, The Madinat Jumeirah, Atlantis-The Palm Dubai and the Wild Wadi Park.
Proudly standing on the pristine waters of the Arabian Gulf is the signature landmark of Dubai, the Burj Al Arab. Popular as the only 7-star hotel in the world, Burj Al Arab has been designed in the form of a billowing sail and is equipped with all luxuries that you can possibly think of. Reaching to over 321m in height, Burj Al Arab is located on an artificially built island which has especially been crafted for this spectacular building.
Living up to its name, the Wild Wadi Waterpark in Dubai is rated as one of the top attractions worth visiting in the UAE. The waterpark has attractions for people of all ages and spreads across 12 acres of land. The coolest water park with adrenaline pumping rides, Wild Wadi attracts numerous visitors every day.
CRaHFT Ranking 2012 | Top 10 Halal Friendly Airports (OIC Countries)
In our series of CRaHFT Ranking 2012, we are excited to announce "CrescentRating's Halal Friendly Travel (CRaHFT) Ranking 2012" of the Top 10 Halal Friendly Airports (OIC Countries) in 2012.
Traveling through airports in OIC countries is actually much easier for Muslim travelers; not only do they have all of the facilities we usually find at an airport, but can also take comfort in the fact that the airports will almost always have certain necessities such as Halal food availability and a prayer room. The 10 airports listed below were chosen as the Top 10 Halal Friendly Airports in OIC Countries for 2012 because they go a little beyond the norm; some have full-sized mosques while others have extensive selection of Halal Food.
Muslim travelers in Dubai will soon have another Crescentrated Hotel to choose from during their travels: The Millennium Plaza Hotel in Dubai has been awarded a Crescentrating of 5 and includes Halal-friendly facilities such as Halal food, the availability of prayer rugs, prayer times, as well as the direction of the Qiblah highlighted in their rooms.