Why Singapore is the Best Country to Study in For Muslim Exchange Students

Due to the rising rates of Islamophobia, one cannot deny that studying overseas in a place you are unfamiliar in makes you do a double take. What if people don't accept you for who you are? Are you going to worry about whether you can get to class safe or will you experience verbal abuse... Continue Reading →


Realistically Speaking about Solo Traveling

Most of you, if not all, have seen Facebook posts about the wonderful things related to solo travelling. How it opens up your eyes to the beautiful things on Earth. Add that to your Instagram feed with those captions... Everything seems positive.  Right? Nope. Not exactly. First things first, I acknowledge that I am one... Continue Reading →

Ramadhan is Ending

Here in Singapore, the month of Ramadhan and Syawal are probably the most recognised months in the Islamic calendar by the state. A lot of my non-Muslim friends enquire about the Islamic practices (especially terawih) and also about the sighting of the moon/how the month actually starts and ends. There are lots of celebrations in... Continue Reading →

Eid Mubarak!

It's that time of the year where festivities are launched and all the food dishes come out. Eid Mubarak to all my brothers and sisters of Islam, and have a wonderful long weekend for my lovely friends.  This year's Ramadhan has been filled with many challenges and making tough decisions to let go of many... Continue Reading →

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