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  Worldwide (Bahamas, Brunei. Cook Islands, Egypt, Germany, Hong Kong, Kazakhstan, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Macau, Maldives, Malta, Monaco, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates)
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  Southeast Asia (Cambodia, Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand)
eHalal focuses on the Global Islamic Inbound Travel markets covering 6 countries in ASEAN.

Bahamas Halal Travel Guide

Shark diving in the Bahamas
  New Providence (Nassau, Paradise Island)
Dominated by the capital Nassau, and paired with smaller Paradise Island, home to the gigantic Atlantis casino resort.
  Grand Bahama
An ecological playground featuring an underwater limestone cave system. The centre of eco-tourism, offering nature tours, national parks and botanical gardens.
Bimini district of the Bahamas is a chain of three major islands: North, South and East Bimini.
  Abacos and Elbow Cay
Located several miles east of Great Abaco Island, this six-mile stretch of land is less than an hour-long ferry ride from Great Abaco’s Marsh Harbor.
On Eleuthera there are only about 3 hotels on the waterfront even though the island is 100 miles long. Many foreign Muslims rent their homes.
Exuma is a district of the Bahamas, consisting of over 360 islands (or cays). The largest of the cays, and the only one with any significant population, is Great Exuma, which is 37 mi (60 km) in length.
  Long Island
We can deliver Halal food to any resort on the Bahamas. Visit for more details
  Berry Islands
Several cruise lines have their private islands located here. Norweigan Cruise Lines leases Great Stirrup Cay, Princess Cruise Lines leases Little Stirrup Cay, and Royal Caribbean leases Coco Cay. Many of the islands in which cruise lines lease are often renamed from their original name. For example Coco Cay is actually named Little Stirrup Cay. Royal Caribbean has trademarked Coco Cay for their exclusive use.
Bahamas Air flies to the island from Nassau three times per week on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

Bahrain Halal Travel Guide

A view of the Grand Mosque in Manama

The Kingdom of Bahrain is a Middle Eastern archipelago in the Persian Gulf, tucked into a pocket of the sea flanked by Saudi Arabia and Qatar. Explore Manama – the capital of Bahrain, Hamad Town also known as 'Madīnat Ḥamad, Isa Town better known locally as Madīnat ʿĪsā. Visit Muharraq, Riffa, Sitra or Juffair.

Brunei Halal Travel Guide

The Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque.
  Brunei and Muara
The most important and bustling district where the capital of the country, Bandar Seri Begawan, is located.
Lies under the coverage of the virgin forest, scattered small scale plantations.
Western-most district, also the centre of the country's petroleum industry.
Isolated eastern district, separated from the rest of country by the Malaysian district of Limbang.

Indonesia Halal Travel Guide

Bromo Indonesia
  Sumatra (incl. the Riau Islands and Bangka-Belitung)
Wild and rugged, the sixth-largest island in the world has a great natural and cultural wealth with more than 40 million inhabitants and is the habitat for many endangered species. This is where you can find Aceh, Palembang, Padang, Lampung and Medan, as well as the multi-colored Lake Toba in the land of the outspoken Toba Batak and Indonesia's gateway island, Batam.
  Kalimantan (Borneo)
The vast majority of Borneo, the world's third-largest island, forms Kalimantan (with the remainder belonging to Malaysia and Brunei). An explorer's paradise for the uncharted (but quickly disappearing) forest, mighty rivers, the indigenous Dayak tribe, and home to most of the orangutans. The cities of Pontianak, Banjarmasin, and Balikpapan are some of the fastest growing in the nation.
  Java (incl. Karimunjawa, the Thousand Islands, and Madura)
The country's heartland, big cities including the capital Jakarta, Bandung, Surabaya and a lot of people (with almost 50% of the population) packed on a not-so-big island.Also features the cultural treasures of Yogyakarta, Solo, Borobudur and Prambanan.
By far the most popular tourist destination and has the most complete facilities for all kinds of tourists in Indonesia. Bali's blend of unique Hindu culture, legendary beaches, numerous religious and historical sites, spectacular highland regions and unique underwater life make it a perennial favourite amongst global travellers.
  Sulawesi (Celebes)
Strangely shaped, this island houses a diversity of societies and some spectacular scenery. This includes the Toraja culture, megalithic civilization in Lore Lindu National Park, rich flora and fauna, and world-class diving sites like Bunaken and Bitung.
  Nusa Tenggara (NT)
Also known as the Lesser Sunda Islands — literally the "Southeast Islands" — they are divided into East Nusa Tenggara and West Nusa Tenggara and contain scores of ethnic groups, languages and religions, as well as Komodo lizards and more spectacular diving. West NT contains Lombok and Sumbawa and many small islands. Lombok is the less-visited but equally interesting sister of Bali and offers several diving sites as well as historical and religious locations. East NT contains Flores, Sumba and West Timor as well as several other islands, including Komodo Island, home of the Komodo dragon, and offers the unique attraction of containing tiny kingdoms on Sumba. Traditional art in East NT, especially woven cloth, is interesting and reasonably priced, and you can find beaches that are literally covered with sand of unique colours, coral, and shells.
  Maluku (Moluccas)
The historic Spice Islands, formerly much fought over by colonial powers, are now seldom visited, but Ambon, the Banda Islands and the Kei Islands are promising destinations for marine tourism.
  Papua (Irian Jaya)
The western half of the island of New Guinea, with mountains, forests, swamps and an almost impenetrable wilderness in one of the remotest places on earth.Aside from the gold and copper mining in the area of Freeport, this is probably one of the most pristine parts of the country, and scientists have discovered previously unknown species here.

Iran Halal Travel Guide

Shah Mosque Isfahan Iran
  Sistan and Baluchestan
Baluchistan' is the southeasternmost region of Iran, along the country's border with Pakistan.
  Caspian Iran
Caspian Iran also known as Northern Iran, is a beautiful region of Iran along the coast of the Caspian Sea. The forested coastal plains rise up quickly into the Alborz Mountains. The region consists of the three provinces of Gilan, Mazandaran and Golestan.
  Central Iran
Central Iran lies at the heart of the country, home to major cities and travel destinations like Esfahan, the capital Tehran, and the holy city of Qom.
Khorasan is a region in the north-east of Iran. It was a single province until 2004, when it was split into three provinces: North Khorasan, Razavi Khorasan and South Khorasan.
  Persian Gulf Region
The Gulf Region of Iran lies along the country's Persian Gulf coast, and consists of the Bushehr and Hormozgan provinces.
  Iranian Azerbaijan
Iranian Azerbaijan is in the extreme northwest of Iran, by the border with the country and former Soviet Republic of Azerbaijan.
  Western Iran
Western Iran is a large section of the country, to the west of Iranian cities like Tehran and Qom. Most of the region is co-located with Zagros Mountains starting from Turkey and Kurdistan and ending in Persian Gulf.


Thulhagiri Bungalows Row
  Lhaviyani (Miladhunmadulu Uthuruburi)
  Baa (Maalhosmadulu Dhekunuburi)
  Kaafu (North and South Male Atoll)
Site of the capital Male and the airport, home of most Maldivian resorts.
  Alifu (Ari)
To the west of Kaafu, the second most popular group.
  Seenu (Addu)
The southernmost atoll, the second-largest in population and site of Gan International Airport.

Malaysia Halal Travel Guide

Suria KLCC Towers
  West Coast (Perlis, Kedah, Penang, Perak, Selangor, Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya, Negeri Sembilan, Malacca)
The more developed region, offering the modern capital, Kuala Lumpur, UNESCO World Heritage cities with colonial flare and the Langkawi archipelago.
  East Coast (Kelantan, Pahang, Terengganu)
The more traditional Muslim region, home to Taman Negara (National Park), numerous unspoilt islands and the Jungle Railway, which winds through the rural hinterlands.
  South (Johor)
Comprising just one state, two coastlines, endless palm oil plantations and the gateway to Singapore overland.
Superb scuba diving in Sipadan island plus muck diving at Mabul, nature reserves, the federal enclave of Labuan and the mighty Mount Kinabalu.
The southern state of East Malaysia. Home to traditional longhouses, lush jungles and national parks in contrast to the state capital, Kuching.

Malta Halal Travel Guide

  Malta Island
the largest of Malta's three islands and site of the capital city of Valletta, it sees the most visitors by a huge margin
tiny island with a real feel of isolation; most of it is a nature reserve
known for its scenic rolling hills and rich history

Monaco Halal Travel Guide

View of Monte Carlo

Monte Carlo is not the capital of Monaco but a government district. The country is divided into nine sectors: Monaco -Ville (the old city), the Condamine (port quarter), Monte-Carlo (business and recreation) and Fontvieille (recreation, second port for smaller boats and light industry) are the most well-known among them.

Singapore Halal Travel Guide

Fullerton Hotel at Night
  Riverside (Civic District)
Singapore's colonial core, with museums, statues and theatres, not to mention restaurants, centred along the banks of the Singapore River at Boat Quay and Clarke Quay. The Monaco of the East.
  Orchard Road
Miles and miles of shopping malls in air-conditioned comfort. At the eastern end, the Bras Basah District is an arts and culture project in progress.
  Marina Bay
Dominated by the Marina Bay Sands integrated resort (hotel, casino, shopping mall, convention centre and museum), the futuristic Gardens by the Bay, and the Marina Barrage. Along with the Singapore Flyer and the Esplanade Theatres, Marina Bay makes up the new iconic skyline of Singapore.
  Bugis and Kampong Glam
Bugis and Kampong Glam are Singapore's old Malay district, good for shopping in the day but especially comes to life at night.
The area was designated for Chinese settlement by Raffles, and is now a Chinese heritage area popular with tourists. Restored shophouses make for trendy hangouts for locals and expats alike.
  Little India
A piece of India to the north of the city core.

Thailand Halal Travel Guide

Thailand Halal Travel Guide
  Northern Thailand
Chiang Mai, hill tribes, and the Golden Triangle.
The great northeast region. Get off the beaten track and discover backcountry Thailand, mouthwatering food, and some magnificent Khmer ruins.
  Central Thailand
Bangkok, lowlands and historic Thailand.
  Eastern Thailand
Beaches and islands within easy reach of Bangkok, like Pattaya, Ko Samet and Ko Chang.
  Southern Thailand
Lush rainforest and hundreds of kilometers of coastline and beguiling islands in both the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand, plus Phuket, Krabi, Ko Samui, Ko Tao and many more of Thailand's famous beach spots.