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Immerse in the timeless beauty of Venice.

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Holidays for Muslim might sound limited to some particular places however the narrative is completely flawed. One such exemplary citation for Halal holiday is in Venice, Italy. The city built on water is an exceptional portrayal of the Muslim Architecture and Influence. Nonetheless, an ultimate, dream travel destination for Islamic holidays. With the population of 261,905 residents and an area...

Halal Holiday destinations in Europe: The 4 Best Muslim Friendly City Breaks

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Traversing through the world is always a great experience. Not only do you get yourself into amazing adventures but you also get to experience colorful cultures and places. However, if you are a Muslim, there is a lot more to take into consideration when planning a getaway. Will you be able to find halal food? Will you be able to wear the face veil? Are there mosques in the city? How will the...

Sustainable Holiday for Muslims

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Travelling is one of the best experiences a person can have in its life. In fact, whenever any of us has saved some money, the first idea that comes to our mind for spending it is through holidays and travelling. A lot of people are born travelers. Many us find spiritual satisfaction and inner peace only when travelling. There are also people who live for travelling. Some of us prefer foreign...

How to see Luxor in a day

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As a part of ‘Explore Egypt 2018’,  Muslim travel club visited Egypt including Luxor , Aswan and Cairo over Easter. Each of them deserves a separate post. In this post we will tell you how to see Luxor in a day in its depth, while saving a huge chunk of money. Luxor was the capital of Egypt in ancient times. It has a lot of monuments on both sides of Nile , which attract thousands of...

Salah while travelling – solution to some common problems

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Salah (prayers) is one important pillar of islam. Its an obligation on every muslim, whether at home or during travels. Many muslims neglect prayers while they are travelling, due to very little things.  In this post, we will discuss how to deal with the salah issues we face, while travelling . Ablution The most common problem is how to do wudu (ablution), when in the city or when on the walking...

Why Travelling with Strangers can be a Unique Experience!

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The concept of the other, or a stranger, are merely human constraints and constructs, that have been created and passed on from generations to ward off threatening situations. While it may have its downside, the upside is that you have a lot to gain by making friends with strangers. Meeting people from a diverse background There is never a dull day when meeting strangers. Knowing that you’re all...

The first step

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In late 80s, there was a little child in some part of the world, who used to watch american movies on television. He used to get fascinated and dreamy as he watched the scenes shot using helicopter , of long and wide roads and bridges crossing over other bridges. He wondered what life will be like, in that part of the world. How people live and what  their day comprises of. That thought chain was...

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