Halal friendly holidays in Singapore

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Singapore is much more than the sum of its numerous attractions. It’s constantly evolving, reinventing, and reimagining itself, with people who are passionate about creating new possibilities. It’s where foodies, explorers, collectors, action seekers, culture shapers, and socialisers meet and new experiences are created every day.


There’s something for everyone from world-class theme parks, iconic waterfront attractions, the world’s first night safari, hidden gems to explore in charming neighbourhoods, lush greenery. Discover how a City in the Garden is rooted in history and heritage. Stroll along the colourful shophouses in Haji Lane. Or trek off the beaten path and walk atop trees at MacRitchie Reservoir. If you’re passionate about discovering places, here’s where nature lovers, history buffs, backpackers, city trippers, trekkers, discoverers, sightseers meet. Stumble through snaking alleyways and restored shophouses that lead to the Sultan Mosque and take in the charming and laid-back neighbourhood of Kampong Glam before visiting a traditional Muslim supplies shop to browse Persian carpets, kebaya (traditional Malay dresses) and perfumes handmade the old-school way. 
Taking a trip down the city’s memory lane wouldn’t be complete without a tour of cinnamon, coriander and crowns. Before Sir Stamford Raffles stepped foot on the island, Singapore was ruled by Malay sultans, and it was one of the crown jewels along the spice trade route. Embark on this trail to learn more about our pre-colonial days.



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  • Time Difference: GMT + 8 hours
  • Capital: Singapore
  • Currency: Singapore Dollar
  • Flying Time from the UK: 13 hours
  • Visa: Not required for UK citizens
  • Our Highlight: Mixing it with the local Hawker Stalls

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Catch award-winning performances at world-class venues. Check out local and international masterpieces at galleries and museums. Or learn more about Singapore’s multi-racial heritage told through traditional song and dance by the Chinese, Malay and Indian communities. For an experience you can take home, join workshops conducted by a new wave of designers, artisans and crafters and create your very own art pieces. If you’re passionate about the arts, craft and culture, here’s where the culture shapers maestros, craftsmen, performers and artisans meet.
The Sultan Masjid is one of the highlights, and well worth making a jamat prayer where people from all walks of life come to meet. With its massive golden domes and huge prayer hall, Sultan Mosque is a must-see if you’re in the historic Kampong Glam district. Masjid Sultan, as it is also known, is a prominent mosque in Singapore and one of the country’s most impressive religious buildings. It’s not often you come across a mosque named after a woman. Hajjah Fatimah Mosque takes its name from its wealthy donor, a businesswoman who donated the land the mosque is built on in the 19th century. It used to be the site of her own house but after several robberies and a fire, she decided to move and built a mosque there instead. 

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Muslim Friendly Amenities

Treat yourself to delicacies at Michelin starred restaurants, but do save some tummy space for the long and diverse list of must-tries. From lip-smacking dishes by time-tested hawker heroes to scrumptious creations by award-winning homegrown chefs. Every meal is a chance to indulge in something different, in new atmospheres, and in new ways. If you’re passionate about food, here’s where the foodies, connoisseurs, gourmands, bakers, chefs, chocolatiers, tastemakers meet. When it comes to halal dining, you won't be short on options. From the traditional Hawker Stalls at the Albert Centre, you'll be dining for less than five bucks and it's a wonderfully busy atmosphere from morning to night. 

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