Halal Food Recommendation to Try in Singapore
Have you missed traveling abroad? Tidying up clothes, making an itinerary, compiling a budget and going to the airport to catch your plane as fast as you can. All of these activities are indeed fun, especially if we love to travel.
In addition to exploring domestic tourist destinations, we can also try foreign tours. For those of you who are planning a vacation abroad for the first time, Singapore is the right choice. The distance between Singapore & Indonesia is quite close. It takes only two hours to fly from Jakarta. There are many airlines serving the Jakarta-Singapore route. You can also get a cheaper price at certain times when buying on Traveloka. Not only book a ticket flight, but on Traveloka, you can also find cheap hotels in Singapore easily.
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Besides Jakarta, there are many other cities that provide direct flights to Singapore. Some of these cities are Medan, Yogyakarta, Batam, and Surabaya. Direct flights like this certainly make our travel planning easier. We don’t need to make a transit moment, it will save our time and energy.
The rules for entering this country are also getting easier. You don’t need to apply for a visa, all you have to do is prepare your passport. This country is now also open to international tourists, including tourists from Indonesia. Starting April 1, 2022, fully vaccinated travelers do not need an entry permit or VTL to enter Singapore.
So, if you want to travel abroad, please make sure that you are already fully vaccinated. Don’t be lazy to vaccinate because these rules are able to make all your travel processes easier.
Singapore is famous for its high cost of living. But you don’t need to worry too much, there are some tips that can be done so that our vacation is still cheap. There are many cheap hotels in Singapore that are suitable for your pocket.
Another biggest accommodation part you need to prepare is food and transportation. Singapore has well-integrated transportation service. You can take the MRT or bus which serves almost all routes around the city.
As for eating, you also don’t need to worry. You can find hawker stalls located around Singapore. The price of the food here is very affordable and delicious. If you have watched a movie called Crazy Rich Asians, you will know that the Singapore Hawker Stall is actually tasty. Some of the stalls even won the Michelin title.
Halal Food in Singapore
For Muslim travellers, finding halal food is quite challenging. Especially if the country we love to visit is not a Muslim country. Here are some recommendations for the halal food you can enjoy while traveling in Singapore:
Selera Rasa Nasi Briyani
The stall is located near Dakota MRT Station. Prepare at least 3.5$ to get mouthwatering halal briyani rice. It opens from 10.00 a.m until 13.00 and closes on Saturday and Sunday.
The briyani rice is flavorful with thick spices. You can combine it with lamb, fried chicken, or fish. To be able to taste the briyani rice here, come when the shop has just opened. A little late, you might run out!
Here, you should try to order the pita sandwich with falafel filling (a type of cake made from peanut dough), assorted vegetables, and hummus. The ingredients used here are all fresh.
They prepared the meals using family recipes that have been passed down for more than a decade! So don’t be surprised if this shop is always busy. This can also be an option for you who are vegan, you know.
It will be easier if you can get hotel voucher and choose to stay around Arab Street and Little India. Those places are full of Muslim and halal food sellers.