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Halal resorts/hotels in North, West or East

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Halal resorts/hotels in North, West or East

Is there any halal resort/hotels in the North, West or East of Bali. I would like to travel around Bali but my priorities are the food I eat. Most of the halal ones I found are in the south, mainly Kuta and Legian area.

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1. Re: Halal resorts/hotels in North, West or East

Hi Lady Thorns,

there will be halal places all around Bali, as people from Java, Lombok etc have settled all over Bali. Warungs and restaurants that are hahal do have it stated on the front signage....we,ve managed to find them in even in remote places. When my husband comes back from work, i might be able to give you more specific details. He is from Java, but lived in Bali for most of his life, so we are always on the lookout for halal places. As for hotels....that's a hard one, but the Bali experts will know. Many are owned by Balinese, and some are managed by Javanese (due to marrying into the family), these have a beautiful mix of Balinese design and culture with added java influence like halal food and praying rooms. Gazebo hotel in Sanur is maybe in that category, but after checking it out in March, looks very run down.

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2. Re: Halal resorts/hotels in North, West or East

Hi Lady_Thorns, I only know of a couple of Halal resorts and both in South Bali. If you are looking for accommodation that offer Halal cuisine (certified) then it will be hard to find once you go out of the Sanur/Kuta/Legian areas.

I would suggest that you might contact Bali Halal Tours that specialise in this field. They will know accommodations and restaurants that cater for your needs in all areas of Bali.

Just google them and make an enquiry.

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3. Re: Halal resorts/hotels in North, West or East

Great suggestion Fame. Sorry couldn't come up with specific halal restaurants or hotels, but hubby said that there is a big Muslim community in Bali, but check out the details of the company that Fame posted

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4. Re: Halal resorts/hotels in North, West or East

Also maybe consider visiting Lombok, which is predominantly Muslim

jakarta
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5. Re: Halal resorts/hotels in North, West or East

Also Padang food warungs and restaurants are halal.

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6. Re: Halal resorts/hotels in North, West or East

I am not sure if ANY hotels are certified Halal in Bali.

I work at Sanur Paradise Plaza,and can tell you that we have many large domestic groups staying with us, and we have not had a problem with food.

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7. Re: Halal resorts/hotels in North, West or East

I believe there are only a handful hotels or villa that are certified halal. I done my research. You could Google halal+hotel+bali.

I would suggest bread and cereal for your breakfast needs at any hotels breakfast included. And go out for lunch and dinner. Get a driver. Google muslim+supir+bali

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