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Topic: Car Rental just for Muslim in Viet Nam
Posted By: Andy pham
Subject: Car Rental just for Muslim in Viet Nam
Date Posted: 22 July 2014 at 12:42am
Dear all Muslim tourists
Trust Car Rental Co.,..ltd are proud of the best car rental for Muslim in Ho Chi Minh, come to Ho chi minh for car rental around the city is just 55$/day,with good English speaking driver who will bring you to all shopping places in here, and show you the best hala restaurant too.
The airport transfer also cheap and save for your time so much just 19$/way.
Here is the list name of Hala restaurant in Ho Chi Minh
Halal Food in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City)
The following restaurants can be confirmed halal, they all get their halal meat from the Amine Halal Meat Supplier (District 7), Hanafi Halal Meat Supplier (Phu Nhuan District) or from Haji Chay Mohamad from the District 8 masjid.
Muslim-owned Restaurants
None of the restaurants below serves alcohol (unless otherwise stated):

District 1
Malaysian Street

With many Malaysian tourists frequenting the Ben Thanh Market, Nguyen An Ninh, Pham Ngu Lao, Tran Hung Dao street is now known as Malaysian Street where tourists can find the several halal restaurants, cheap shooping as telakung.. and hotels . Besides the restaurants listed below, there are many food stalls along this street next to many textile shops. They are run by Cham Muslims and are halal as well and definitely very affordable for budget travelers.

hala food in sai gonhala food in sai gon

Warning: One restaurant posing as halal is located on the same street. They are the only restaurant where most of the female staff cover their heads. Be forewarned, they are not Muslims.   I have warned the owner in regards to his other restaurant but they do not care.

The below restaurants are the only safe places for Muslims to eat on Malaysian street:

Basiron – 33 Nguyen An Ninh Street, District 1 (near Ben Thanh Market on Nguyen An Ninh street) – Offers great halal Pho ( noodle soup)
Salima – 22 Nguyen An Ninh, (1st floor inside An Tam Hotel) , District 1 - Family run business aiming to provide the halal restaurant experience in Saigon.
Warung 1 Malaysia Restaurant – 47 Nguyen An Ninh, District 1 – Same owner as Halal Saigon, the best of all Muslim tourists favorites and very affordable. Warung now serves halal Vietnamse cuisine including Pho! One of your favorite halal restaurants with the XL coffee. :-)
The Daun Restaurant – 305 Ly Tu Trong, District 1 – Excellent restaurant, the Muslim manager is from Malaysia. A great guy. The Daun is packed so be sure to make reservations.

Pham Ngu Lao Area - Good for Muslim shopping

Several halal restaurants are located in Pham Ngu Lao to cater to many budget tourists.

Baba’s Kitchen (serves alcohol to non-Muslim customers but kitchen is halal) - 164 Bui Vien Street, Pham Ngu Lao Ward, District 1 . Registered owner is a Muslim (Ms. Halima) and main supplier of halal meat to many of the real halal restaurants in Saigon. They have a Muslim chef and waiter as well, the food is good, a little spicy, but definitely will be one of your favorite Indian restaurants in Saigon. It is one of the most popular halal restaurants in Saigon of tourists and Expats alike. Glasses for alcohol are separated from other glasses (ask to be sure). I visit Babas at least 2-3 times per week.

hala food in sai gon ha la food in sai gon

Citarasa Malaysian Restaurant – District 1 – Offers halal Malaysian and Vietnamese cuisines. Same owner at Punjabi Indian Restaurant . Food is pretty good and affordable.
Dong Du Area (near mosque)

Halal@Saigon - 31 Dong Du, District 1 - well-known halal restaurant wholly-owned and run by Muslims. A great restaurant to visit for travelers and locals alike. Ask the managers for their recommendations if you are new to Halal@Saigon.
Restaurant D’Nonya Penang - 56 Dong Du street ,District 1 – In the past this was a good halal restaurant but when the manager left, the quality went down.
Nancy Mosque


Large Cham Muslim community in this area. In evenings, you can find a halal banh mi (sandwich) vendor and a halal soup vendor on Tran Hung Dao streets near the Nancy Mosque.

Pho Muslim - District 1 (Behind the Nancy Mosque) – Another favorite for local and visiting Muslims a like. In the mornings you can have halal pho, in the evenings halal bun bo hue. The small restaurant is in an alleyway in the Muslim part of District 1. Prices are very affordable for budget travelers.
Halal Banh Mi (Bread) Food Vendor – between 553-555 Tran Hung Dao street, District 1 (about a block from Nancy Mosque) – One of my favorite places for banh mi, sticky rice and halal chicken.

hala food in sai gon hala food in ho chi minh

Halal Soup Food Vendor - between 553-555 Tran Hung Dao street, District 1 (about a block from Nancy Mosque) – Offers halal soup but I have never tried it yet.
Other Locations in District 1

Halal Kitchen – 96B Nam Khia Khoi Nghia, District 1 (located next to several Muslim shops) - This restaurant’s chef is well known among the local Muslim community. He has worked in many of the halal restaurants in the city.

Please contact with us at :http://www.vietnamtrustcarrental.com



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Posted By: llopperrt
Date Posted: 26 August 2014 at 6:07am
Originally posted by Andy pham

Dear all Muslim tourists
Trust Car Rental Co.,..ltd are proud of the best car rental for Muslim in Ho Chi Minh, come to Ho chi minh for car rental around the city is just 55$/day,with good English speaking driver who will bring you to all shopping places in here, and show you the best hala restaurant too.
The airport transfer also cheap and save for your time so much just 19$/way.
Here is the list name of Hala restaurant in Ho Chi Minh
Halal Food in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City)
The following restaurants can be confirmed halal, they all get their halal meat from the Amine Halal Meat Supplier (District 7), Hanafi Halal Meat Supplier (Phu Nhuan District) or from Haji Chay Mohamad from the District 8 masjid.
Muslim-owned Restaurants
None of the restaurants below serves alcohol (unless otherwise stated):

District 1
Malaysian Street

With many Malaysian tourists frequenting the Ben Thanh Market, Nguyen An Ninh, Pham Ngu Lao, Tran Hung Dao street is now known as Malaysian Street where tourists can find the several halal restaurants, cheap shooping as telakung.. and hotels . Besides the restaurants listed below, there are many food stalls along this street next to many textile shops. They are run by Cham Muslims and are halal as well and definitely very affordable for budget travelers.

hala food in sai gonhala food in sai gon

Warning: One restaurant posing as halal is located on the same street. They are the only restaurant where most of the female staff cover their heads. Be forewarned, they are not Muslims.   I have warned the owner in regards to his other restaurant but they do not care.

The below restaurants are the only safe places for Muslims to eat on Malaysian street:

Basiron – 33 Nguyen An Ninh Street, District 1 (near Ben Thanh Market on Nguyen An Ninh street) – Offers great halal Pho ( noodle soup)
Salima – 22 Nguyen An Ninh, (1st floor inside An Tam Hotel) , District 1 - Family run business aiming to provide the halal restaurant experience in Saigon.
Warung 1 Malaysia Restaurant – 47 Nguyen An Ninh, District 1 – Same owner as Halal Saigon, the best of all Muslim tourists favorites and very affordable. Warung now serves halal Vietnamse cuisine including Pho! One of your favorite halal restaurants with the XL coffee. :-)
The Daun Restaurant – 305 Ly Tu Trong, District 1 – Excellent restaurant, the Muslim manager is from Malaysia. A great guy. The Daun is packed so be sure to make reservations.

Pham Ngu Lao Area - Good for Muslim shopping

Several halal restaurants are located in Pham Ngu Lao to cater to many budget tourists.

Baba’s Kitchen (serves alcohol to non-Muslim customers but kitchen is halal) - 164 Bui Vien Street, Pham Ngu Lao Ward, District 1 . Registered owner is a Muslim (Ms. Halima) and main supplier of halal meat to many of the real halal restaurants in Saigon. They have a Muslim chef and waiter as well, the food is good, a little spicy, but definitely will be one of your favorite Indian restaurants in Saigon. It is one of the most popular halal restaurants in Saigon of tourists and Expats alike. Glasses for alcohol are separated from other glasses (ask to be sure). I visit Babas at least 2-3 times per week.

hala food in sai gon ha la food in sai gon

Citarasa Malaysian Restaurant – District 1 – Offers halal Malaysian and Vietnamese cuisines. Same owner at Punjabi Indian Restaurant . Food is pretty good and affordable.
Dong Du Area (near mosque)

Halal@Saigon - 31 Dong Du, District 1 - well-known halal restaurant wholly-owned and run by Muslims. A great restaurant to visit for travelers and locals alike. Ask the managers for their recommendations if you are new to Halal@Saigon.
Restaurant D’Nonya Penang - 56 Dong Du street ,District 1 – In the past this was a good halal restaurant but when the manager left, the quality went down.
Nancy Mosque


Large Cham Muslim community in this area. In evenings, you can find a halal banh mi (sandwich) vendor and a halal soup vendor on Tran Hung Dao streets near the Nancy Mosque.

Pho Muslim - District 1 (Behind the Nancy Mosque) – Another favorite for local and visiting Muslims a like. In the mornings you can have halal pho, in the evenings halal bun bo hue. The small restaurant is in an alleyway in the Muslim part of District 1. Prices are very affordable for budget travelers.
Halal Banh Mi (Bread) Food Vendor – between 553-555 Tran Hung Dao street, District 1 (about a block from Nancy Mosque) – One of my favorite places for banh mi, sticky rice and halal chicken.

hala food in sai gon hala food in ho chi minh

Halal Soup Food Vendor - between 553-555 Tran Hung Dao street, District 1 (about a block from Nancy Mosque) – Offers halal soup but I have never tried it yet.
Other Locations in District 1

Halal Kitchen – 96B Nam Khia Khoi Nghia, District 1 (located next to several Muslim shops) - This restaurant’s chef is well known among the local Muslim community. He has worked in many of the halal restaurants in the city.
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Please contact with us at :http://www.vietnamtrustcarrental.com

You wrote about airport transfer, I want to find some kind of transfer services, (just like http://krakowdirect.com - Krakowdirect when I was in http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krak%C3%B3w - Krakow I used they)
Second things; I'm looking a hotel near the city center.
Do you know some hotel or airport Taxi in capital ?



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