Hijab Trip - Exploring the World in Hijab

Iedil Fitri in Jawa Mosque Bangkok

Listening to khotbah after prayer

Jawa Mosque was certainly my favorite mosque in Thailand. I feel like I was in my hometown when I was there. The feeling was very nice. The people were friendly and nice as well. And one day, I dream...

Songthaew; the best way to get around Hat Yai

Songthaew in Hat Yai

Songthaew is pickup truck with rows of seat and metal bars attached in the back. Word songthaew itself means two rows. That is why most of songthaews just have two rows of seat in the back. It is main...

34 Hours Train Ride from Hat Yai to Chiang Mai

34 Hours Train Ride from Hat Yai to Chiang Mai

It was my very first time being on a train for a long distance journey. It was 34 hours being on a train from Hat Yai to Chiang Mai. It was not my first train ride, but it was...

Tips: Looking For Halal Food in Thailand

Looking For Halal Food in Thailand

Looking for halal food during traveling is one the challenging experience for hijab traveler. Especially for them who are traveling to Muslim minority places. One of the examples here is Thailand. Thailand has always been a Buddhist country. Most of...

The Essential Packing List for Hijab Traveler

The Essential Packing List for Hijab Traveler

For some people (my travel mate is probably not the exception), packing is stressful. They are not sure about deciding what to take with them. They keep changing their packing items before they are really leaving on a trip....

The Best Tuk tuk Driver in Hat Yai

The Best Tuk tuk Driver in Hat Yai

Hat Yai is one of the largest cities in Southern Thailand located near Malaysia border. It’s a popular city among tourist, especially Malaysians, Singaporeans and also Indonesians. Besides have some attractions, shopping, culinary to be offered, this city is...