Halal Travel

The halal travel market was estimated to be worth $140bn in 2013, accounting for almost 13% of the global total, and is expected to rise to $200bn by 2020, according to Crescentrating, a Singapore-based rating agency for halal-friendly travel services.

While Muslim travel in the past has been mainly related to providing services to Haj and Umrah pilgrims, travel agencies are now catering to a far more diverse spectrum of Muslim travellers. In East and Southeast Asia alone, the regions with the highest number of Muslims worldwide, hundreds of Muslim-only tour groups have emerged, offering services such as booking of halal hotels and itineraries that include halal-certified restaurants and the provision of prayer rooms at airports and shopping malls and other Muslim facilities, as well as Muslim-friendly business travel to meetings or events.


One Response to Halal Travel

  1. Viki April 4, 2017 at 10:55 am #

    I am my 2 grandkids Viv 3 & Hendrix 5 favorite Grammy! You are one of the big reasons. When we want to have one of the most fun memories it has MONKEY JO8E1&2#7;S involved! Thanks for great times, clean fun & kind workers! Blessings

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