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Exotic places to visit after Ramadan with affordable budget!


May 16, 2019

After Ramadan, there are lots of things to be on your mind, whether to go back home or to still explore the surface of the earth.

Well, I did a survey and most people preferred to still explore the globe, so we felt we should prepare a guide of locations to go to after Ramadan even when you are on a budget.

These locations won’t just be any locations but also places where Ramadan is celebrated.

This will help you to still meditate on your Islam cultures and definitely grow better Spiritually. Exotic destinations to visit after Ramadan:

  1. Egypt

Egypt has a long held history with Ramadan and it’s architecture that is designed with islamism in mind gives it’s citizens the feeling of a Islamic heritage.

Looking at these structures will help you to meditate on your Islamic laws and how to be a better person as they them selves tell history of Ramadan.

It’s also a very good place to go to because of it’s luxurious looks, there are lots of cool resorts and also restaurants offering Halaal foods.

Yeah Egypt is in Africa but it is ever attractive for tourist. Most tourist have found Travelstart Nigeria very helpful for this adventure, you really need to check them out.

2. Malaysia


This is another amazing country if you want to travel to a country that’s cool.

It’s a nice place to fast and also the fact that it’s a Muslim country means that there is availability of food and prayer facilities.

Any experience had in Malaysia is definitely memorable and won’t be easy to forget, this is because the country is unique and being there feels more like an adventure.

The people are also lovers of their Traditional dance and delicacies, the variety of food, mostly Halaal food is something people look up to.

3. Turkey


This is a Muslim country and as they say a Ramadan Experience at turkey is one of a life time.

It’s variety of halaal food resorts and beautiful mosques makes it cool to explore this country trying out food to food and praying in different mosques.

The food that is served in most resorts in Turkey after Sunset (Iftar) is hard to resist, and many say, maybe it’s because they fast before eating it.

Either ways, it’s a nice meal. Every one’s lives the way the city comes alive during Ramadan especially when the fast is being broken.

4. Morroco


People don’t know this place that much, but it indeed is a place to explore.

The amazing Grand Mosque in Casablanca, the intruding scenery and exotic souks of Marrakesh, the exotic Jemaa el-Fnaa square in Marrakesh’s old city quarter, and without doubt the food served in Morocco is all amazing.

It’s one of the curated places to go to during Ramadan especially when you are on a budget.

It hosts the world’s oldest University and it’s citizens are more of the muslim culture and this leads to multiple mosques in the city.


Muyiwa is an information management expert and Development Blogger. He is passionate about human angle stories to all social issues in Nigeria and Africa.

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