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Hotels and Resorts

The increase in demand for Halal products and services together with the increasing population of the Muslim communities in the world has encouraged new opportunities for the expansion of the Hotels and Resorts concept. In recent years, there has been a growing demand for new tourism trends and concepts such as “Islamic Tourism” or “Halal hospitality” which is similar to the concept of Halal food which has been recognized in many countries. In Islam, tourism is regarded as an instrument for fostering unity among Ummah. The Islamic concept of tourism stresses that the sacred goal of submission to the way of Almighty Allah. In Halal tourism, all activities, services, facilities are compliant with Islamic Law. Islamic compliance, Halal food, Islamic hotel beneficial places, Shariah-compliant trips are very duties of the Muslim staff and hotel management. Focusing on Islamic heritage and Islamic history, for example, Islamic museums add solidarity and create culture and lifestyle which is Halal. Activities of Halal tourism also include programs and projects which promote Islamic values and Muslims travel from one country to the other for those projects and programs such as preaching congregations, Mahafil-e-Samaa, Qirat, Qawwalis, and spiritual gatherings.

One-half from the Middle East and the Far East have traveled to Europe for leisure purposes. England, Italy, Turkey, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Thailand, China, Russia, and Japan are the most populous destinations for choice. Halal standardization in tourism is a means of developing facilities, procedures, and acts in a certain way to ascertain the quality of services given to the customers. Muslim traveler's need of practicing religion in daily routine activities sometimes has not been fulfilled by those developed in international standard tourism practices. For example, the provision of Halal food, the provision of separate facilities for men and women, prayer facilities and times, Qibla direction, have not been considered in the international tourism standard of hotels. The variety of services and products of hotels have been developed to meet the dynamic changes of Muslim tourist behaviors and demands. Islamic tourism market is growing rapidly and has received a lot of more attention from Non-Muslim governance countries, therefore challenges and gaps which need to be addressed require proper Halal auditing of the project. Minhaj Halal Certification is providing its services in every part of the world for Halal tourism. 

If you want to know more about Halal certification of Hotel, Resorts, and tourism services please contact Minhaj Halal Certification.