This Ramadan Break Your Fast In a New Country

 

Celebrate the Holy Month of Ramadan by breaking your fast in a new country. Take a trip to one of the below-mentioned places and taste the Iftar meal in an entirely new location. Don’t miss out on the nuances of different cultures and their celebration of this Holy Month.

 

10 Best Places to Travel During Ramadan

 

Senegal

Ramadan is celebrated with much enthusiasm in this African country. The shops are open for the duration of the entire night after Iftar. Even hotels and restaurants host several Ramadan events drawing a lot of tourists. Break your fast at any one of the many Halal restaurants serving delicious food during Ramadan.

senegal

Must visit places:

  • Great Mosque of Touba
  • Lake Retba
  • Saloum Delta National Park
  • Langue de Barbarie
  • Îles de la Madeleine

 

Morocco

In Morocco, the time to break Iftar is marked by the cannon sounds. There are various markets full of Ramadan food items, and even mosques serve Iftar meals after prayers.

Morocco

Must visit places:

  • Hassan II Mosque
  • Majorelle Garden
  • Bahia Palace
  • Koutoubia Mosque
  • Ouzoud Falls

 

Bahrain

You can savour Iftar buffets in magnificently decorated Ramadan tents playing traditional music and games.

Bahrain

Must visit places:

  • Bahrain National Museum
  • Qal’at al-Bahrain
  • Al Fateh Grand Mosque
  • King Fahd Causeway
  • Arad Fort

Jordan

Almost all of the restaurants and cafés are adorned with festive decorations. Ramadan tents can be found everywhere with entertainment, music, and food celebrating the Holy month of Ramadan.

Jordan

Must visit places:

  • Petra
  • Wadi Rum
  • King Abdullah I Mosque
  • Azraq Wetland Reserve
  • Ma’in Hot Springs

 

United Arab Emirates

UAE is one of the best destinations to travel to for Ramadan. Majlis-style tents serving traditional Arab meals and drinks make for a beautiful Ramadan experience.

dubai

Must visit places:

  • Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
  • The Dubai Fountain
  • Palm Islands
  • Mall of the Emirates
  • Burj Khalifa

 

Oman   

Malls and shopping complexes brim with Ramadan promotions and offers. You can go for Iftar in any of the hotels or restaurants serving Ramadan meals.

Grand Mosque Oman

Must visit places:

  • Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque
  • Sharqiya Sands
  • Wadi Tiwi
  • Mutrah Souq
  • Al Hoota Cave

 

Bangladesh

The cities are illuminated with colourful lights, and Ramadan food is served in restaurants and mosques. However, expect a lot of crowd in both mosques and restaurants.

bangladesh

Must visit places:

  • Star Mosque
  • Ahsan Manzil
  • Lalbagh Fort
  • Inani Beach
  • Bagakain Lake

 

Tunisia

Several cultural programs and festivities are held in different parts of the cities. You will find special Ramadan food everywhere.

tunisia

Must visit places:

  • Al-Zaytuna Mosque
  • Bardo National Museum
  • Port El Kantaoui
  • Amphitheatre of El Jem
  • Medina of Sousse

 

Maldives

Ramadan is the best time to visit the Maldives as Ramadan meals served in resorts and restaurants for Iftar have a home-made flair.

Maldives1

Must visit places:

  • Maafushi
  • Hukuru Miskiy
  • National Museum
  • Kuramathi
  • Grand Friday Mosque

 

Turkey

In Turkey, drummers go around towns and cities to wake people up for Suhur. Food festivals, bazaars, restaurants –everywhere you will get a special Iftar menu to break your fast. Illuminated mosques make the festive atmosphere even more beautiful.

Turkey

Must visit places:

  • Hagia Sophia Museum
  • The Blue Mosque
  • Topkapi Palace
  • Bosporus
  • Süleymaniye Mosque

 

 

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