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A collection of nations with rich culture, heritage and history

There are very few places in the world that are rich in natural beauty, culture and history; the United Kingdom is one such place where visitors can find numerous points of interest to visit and a diverse culture to explore. People from all around the world visit the United Kingdom to enjoy a delightful time and discover a country region that has had a glorious past. United Kingdom is suitably called as a constitutional monarchy and is made of four nations namely England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

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Enjoy Halal Caribbean Cuisine in Wolverhampton, UK

Placed in the heart of West Midlands, the city of Wolverhampton is a metropolitan borough. The city initially started developing as a market town specializing in woolen trade. Wolverhampton is still an industrial center with several big employers.

Published in England City Guides

The city of Lichfield is located in the Staffordshire County in the heart of England. Lichfield is about 25Km north of Birmingham; the city started developing in the 12th century and still retains much of its historical character. Visitors can enjoy looking through the Georgian buildings and also witnessing the old cultural traditions.

Published in England City Guides
A small city with a relaxed atmosphere, Hereford is a delight for Visitors

Being close to the Welsh border, Hereford has played a major role in the English and Welsh history. The city is located on the banks of River Wye and serves as the commercial and artistic center of the county of Herefordshire.

Published in England City Guides

Widely called as "The Potteries", the Stoke-on-Trent is a lively city located in the Staffordshire county of England. The city is home to the most significant pottery manufacturers in the world.


Published in England City Guides
Muslims visiting Birmingham are sure to have a memorable vacation!

A stylish city with a great combination of history preserved in modern surroundings, Birmingham is a treasure cove for visitors to explore. Located in the West Midlands county of England, Birmingham is the second-largest city in the United Kingdom. The business redevelopment has made Birmingham a popular shopping destination and people from all over the UK flock to the city to enjoy themselves.

Published in England City Guides
Ice Skating, Mansions & Caribbean Food - Muslims will be greeted with an eclectic mix of attractions at Peterborough

Considered to be the shopping capital of Cambridgeshire, the city of Peterborough has much more to offer to visitors apart from eclectic shopping. Also called as the "Gateway to the Fens", Peterborough is a small historic cathedral city. Most of the attractions of the city reside around the Cathedral Precinct.

Published in England City Guides
Experience Medieval Times at Norwich!

A historic city, Norwich is dominated by the Norman Cathedral. The city is a lively center and has magnificent ancient buildings and also remnants of the city walls, which makes it one of the most complete medieval cities in Britain. During the Medieval times, Norwich was one of the best cities in Britian.

Published in England City Guides
Muslim Travelers in Ely will enjoy Exploring the Museums & other Historical Points

A small and historical cathedral city, Ely is located in Cambridgeshire, UK. The city stands on a chalk hill and is named after the eels found in the nearby River Ouse. Many of the historic buildings in the city are still well-preserved. It served as an important port till the 18th century till the Fens was drained.

Published in England City Guides

Located in southern Hertfordshire county of England, St. Albans is a small cathedral city. The area of St. Albans was initially developed by the Romans as Verulamium. Ruins of the Roman walls and the theatre are still visible and open for visitors to explore.

Published in England City Guides
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  • The Mystery of the Stonehenge

    Stonehenge has created a lot of speculation around itself for several years. One of the most prominent national monuments of Britain, the Stonehenge is situated in the Wiltshire County in South West England. A primitive monument, the Stonehenge is made of large standing stones that have been set in a…
  • The Magnificent Castles of UK

    The Magnificent Castles of UK The castles of UK are magnificent architectural pieces of art that are usually recognized to be built of stone during the Medieval Period. However, the history of the castles dates back to the Neolithic times. Every period has its own classification of castles but the first…
  • Buckingham Palace - The Official Residence of the British Monarch

    Buckingham Palace One of the most majestic buildings in the world, Buckingham Palace is the official residence of the British monarch in London. The palace is also used to entertain guests on state, ceremonial and official occasions. The Buckingham Palace is located in the city of Westminster between Green Park, Hyde…
  • Giant's Causeway - Northern Ireland

    One of the most famous landmarks of Northern Ireland, the Giant's Causeway is a beautiful work of nature formed around 50-60 million years ago. The area consists of neatly packed basalt columns that were created millions of years ago by a flow of basaltic lava. As the lava cooled these…
  • LegoLand is a MUST VISIT for Muslim families in the UK

    An exciting place for people of all ages to have fun, LegoLand is a theme park located in Windsor. With over 50 interactive rides, driving schools, live shows and attractions, LegoLand is a great attraction for Muslim families traveling in the UK! Based on the children's toys, legos, it opened…
  • The London Science Museum - Fun for the whole Family

    Muslim Families with children have an attraction where EVERYONE will have fun! Whether you're traveling with grandparents or toddlers, the London Science Museum has something for everyone. One of the most amazing places to visit in England, the London Science Museum has something for everyone. The museum has several exhibits that exist…
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UK Info



The United Kingdom lies between the North Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea. It shares a total land area of 243,610 square kilometres and northern Ireland is the only part of the UK that shares a land border. The UK has a coast line of 17,820 kilometres.


A population of close to 62 Million. Muslims account for about 2.8% of the population.


The climate varies with the seasons. Temperatures can even drop below -11°C or rise above 35°C. A mild and wet weather is in the eastern regions and majority of the rain falls over the western regions. Snowfall can occur in winter and summers are generally warm.


English is the official language. Irish, Cornish and Scots are widely used as well.


GMT +0
Summer: GMT +1


General: 9 AM to 5 PM


New Year's Day: January 1st
May Day: May 1st
Christmas: December 25th
Boxing Day: December 26th


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Police/Medical/Fire : 999 or 112

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