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Sri Lanka, also known as the “Pearl of the Indian Ocean,” is a beautiful island nation with its rich history, diverse culture, and stunning natural beauty, Sri Lanka has become a popular destination for Muslim travellers from around the world, who can explore a range of Islamic landmarks, including mosques, shrines, and tombs.

With a minority Muslim population, you'll find mosques dotted in most towns and cities with Sri Lankan halal cuisine a unique combination of the east and sub-continent. Colombo is your main entry point to the island, and the city is perfect for a day or two to explore the rising popularity of old meeting new.

Additionally, Sri Lanka offers halal food options, prayer facilities, and other amenities that cater to the needs of Muslim travellers. Whether you’re interested in exploring the country’s ancient ruins, relaxing on its pristine beaches, or immersing yourself in its vibrant culture, Sri Lanka is a must-visit destination for Muslim travellers.

Best time to visit

Whilst the best time to go to Sri Lanka is between December and mid-April, which is considered to be the countrywide peak season, the traditional summer holiday months are also favourable on the east coast which is at its peak from May to September.

What to See, Eat and Do ?


The city of Colombo has a lot to offer its visitors. The city is an excellent mix of old and new and is the largest city in Sri Lanka.


There are several places worth seeing in the fort that can be visited on foot. A walk down the Galle Face Green Promenade is highly recommended. It stretches for half kilometre and is a remnant of the British era.


Colombo offers a good range of shopping facilities. Pettah adjacent to the Colombo Fort is an excellent shopping district. The Crescat Boulevard on Galle Road is a good place to shop. Other places to shop in the city include shopping complexes such as Liberty Plaza, Majestic City and Paradise Road.


Bentota's beaches are its main attraction. Bentota beaches are considered to be some of the finest beaches in the country and are extremely popular amongst both tourists and locals alike.


The stretches of golden sand beaches extend for several kilometres and are lined by shady palm trees along the coast.There are numerous luxurious resorts and hotels around Bentota that meet the needs of a Muslim visitor.


Plenty of private space will be available around the Bentota Beach area to make use of during prayer times. Muslim travellers who wish to visit a mosque will have to travel to some of the mosques in Beruwela – the neighbouring town of Bentota which is located about 6 kilometres away.


Kandy is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Sri Lanka. Steeped in history, Kandy is an exotic hilly city that impresses visitors in the first instance.  The architecture, layout, sculptures and paintings all around the city are worth observing.


The Peradeniya Botanical Garden, Kandy National Museum, The Tea Museum, Pinnewala Elephant Orphanage and Udawattakele Royal Forest Sanctuary are worth visiting.


Kandy also has a number of halal restaurants. There are several mosques in Kandy where Muslim visitors can stop for offering prayers. The most prominent mosques in Kandy include Mahayyawa Grand Mosque,Mawilmada Jummah Mosque, Street Jumma Mosque etc.

Social and Cultural Sensitivity

While the Maldives is an Islamic country, resorts and tourist areas often follow a more relaxed approach to dress codes and behavior. However, it's still recommended to dress modestly when outside the resort

Privacy and Seclusion

The Maldives Islands or more commonly known as Maldives has always been known as a romantic getaway for honeymooners. With hundreds of remote ‘resort islands’, Maldives offers a private and personalized holiday like no other. It is home to secluded beaches.


Muslims are now finding that the facilities and privacy they require can be found at numerous resorts. It is prohibited by the law to serve any alcohol, pork or non Halal products at all inhabited islands of Maldives.


The Maldives is known for its private overwater bungalows and beachfront villas, allowing Muslim families to enjoy seclusion and privacy while adhering to their values and practices.

Resort Activities

  • The Maldives offers various water and beach activities that align with modesty requirements, including swimming, snorkeling, diving, and spa treatments.
  • Resorts often organize family-friendly activities, allowing parents to engage their kids in a halal and family-oriented environment.

Food in Maldives

  • Many resorts in the Maldives offer halal-certified and halal-friendly dining options, ensuring that Muslim travelers can enjoy their meals in accordance with their dietary preferences.
  • Buffets and à la carte menus often include a variety of halal choices, including local Maldivian cuisine and international dishes.

Sight-seeing & Activities


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