Travelling solo may seem daunting, but don’t worry! We’re here to make your solo journey a little easier 1. Iran Iran is a majority Muslim population with numerous mosques and sumptuous halal Persian dishes. Muslimah travellers won’t face any difficulties fulfilling their faith obligations here! 😊 Seize the chance to pray in the many breathtakingly beautiful mosques strewn across Iran, such as the Nasir al-Mulk Mosque, Vakil Mosque and Jameh Mosque of Isfahan, just to name a few! 😍 Scoring an impressive 5.17 out of 7 for safety and security in the 2017 Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report, Iran has come a long way from its turbulent past. Now, the true beauty of the land and its people are shining brighter than ever 😍 2. Jordan From its modern airport infrastructure to its beautifully preserved places of interest and its thriving tourism industry, Jordan is positioning itself to be the ultimate travel destination and is attracting travellers from all over the world, just like you! There’s even a special “Jordan Pass” that ensures smooth, hassle-free entry to many places of interest such as Petra, Jerash and Wadi Rum 😍 Landing in Queen Alia Airport is already a treat. Its modern facilities ease your entry into the kingdom, where you can freshen up in the clean restrooms after a long flight and grab a bite in the airport cafes before an adventure-filled trip 😉 Day tours can be easily arranged from Amman. And get this, there are even women-only tours! Participants of ArchaeoAdventures trips gain a unique cultural experience led by local women guides. Over at Byond Travel, airport transfer and accommodation are settled for you. 3. England With a relatively safe society, modern infrastructure, and easy access to public transportation, England is easily the best place to visit for the first-time solo traveller. With a strong local Muslim community in places like London, Manchester and Birmingham, halal food and prayer places are not far off. Craving for quintessential British food? Pop by Poppies for some fish and chips or dig into a scrumptious burger at Red Iron Burgers! Disclaimer: Do note that Poppies Fish and Chips is not halal-certified and sausages are served in the store, but you can request for your fish and chips to be fried separately. Red Iron Burgers are not halal-certified as well but all the meat they use is halal, so do dine at your own discretion! 😊 With our handy-dandy London travel and food guides, set up base in the gorgeous capital of England as you plan your English experience! 😊 If you’ve visited London before, do leave us a review on our website and share the love with other Muslim travelers out there 😌