Amazing Discount Here: Halal Trip Across Japan, South Korea and China From Only RM880!

While a getaway to exotic countries are fun, getting around can be a struggle especially when faced with language barrier. For Muslim travellers, the constant search for halal food can also be a challenge, of which instant noodles or dishes packed from home seemed to be the classic solution.

Now, you can say goodbye to such travel woes and enjoy every second of the trip thanks to AirAsia’s latest partnership with Asia’s leading Muslim-friendly travel company, Tripfez.

The partnership will see Tripfez holiday packages and deals made available at, paired with AirAsia flights to over 140 destinations across Asia Pacific.

Tripfez offers Muslim-friendly packages to many of the world’s most-visited destinations such as South Korea, Japan and China. The packages include a range of tours and excursions to mosques and halal restaurants serving local delicacies, as well as 200,000 properties worldwide.

Travellers can expect to uncover inspirational travel tips, curated and personalised deals and exceptional value for money.

Wondering Where To Go for This Halal Trip?

Options are aplenty! Here are a few pictures from the packages to turn your travel inspiration into reality. Wink-wink*


Osaka, Kyoto, Nara, Kobe, Sapporo, Tokyo and Mt Fuji

Walking through the Arashiyama Bamboo Grove in Kyoto is like being in another world.
Traditional Japanese gates called ‘torii’ at Arashiyama Bamboo Grove, simply a perfect spot for your Instagram shot.
View of Mt Fuji in spring.
Walk among the herd of deer at Nara Park.
If you think this picture highlighting Osaka Castle is amazing, imagine being there.
Enjoy the snow or be part of the winter sports in Sapporo.
Splashing good time guaranteed at Tokyo DisneySea.

South Korea

Seoul and Jeju

This otherworldly rock formation in Jeju’s Jusangjeolli Cliff was formed when the lava from Hallasan Mountain erupted into the sea of Jungmun.
Beautiful cherry blossom fills Seoul each spring.
Clear skies and vivid natural colours of Jeju.


Beijing, Guangzhou, Shanghai and Taiwan

Enter the Forbidden City in Beijing. Back in the day, no one was allowed inside this massive complex without the special permission of the emperor.
Step inside the Juyongguan Great Wall in Beijing. Unless you visit during an incredibly low season, empty stretch like this is not guaranteed.
Colourful Guangzhou scene at night.
Liurong Temple in Guangzhou still standing strong after 1,400 years.
Surrounded with colonial buildings and modern skyscrapers, strolling around the Bund, Shanghai, has a bit of a European vibe.
When in Shanghai, a visit to Disneyland is a must!
You can get a better view of the city by getting on the Taipei 101 observatory.

Prophet Muhammad once said: “Seek knowledge even if you have to go as far as China”. We wish you a safe trip, and may you gain knowledge from your travel.

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