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Internationalised beyond compare, multi-cultural Hong Kong has a diverse population with people of different ethnic background living in harmony, among them are a 220,000-strong Muslim community.

As a Muslim-friendly destination, Hong Kong offers notable mosques and Halal-certified restaurants, as well as inclusive attractions with Muslim-friendly facilities and hospitality catering to the specific needs of Muslim MICE visitors.


From Islamic menus to various regional Indian cuisines, authentic local food and dessert, Muslim visitors will be spoilt for dining choice. A wide selection of Halal-certified and Muslim-friendly restaurants throughout Hong Kong welcome small to medium-sized groups, with charter options available. Check out the city’s Halal-certified restaurants list (as of Nov 2022)

Hong Kong SkyCity Marriot Hotel – SkyCity Bistro

International fare available for all-day dining, great for a quick stop for refill in a colourful contemporary setting featuring an open kitchen.

Nina Hotel Causeway Bay – Corner 18

Masterminded by an executive chefs team dedicated to enhancing sustainability, dietary health and cultural inclusion, with certified Halal food served at various hotel restaurants.

Nina Hotel Tsuen Wan West – Ru

Try here the Lingnan Cantonese cuisine from southern China, with intriguing combinations of classic and creative dishes created with diverse seasonal ingredients.

Nina Hotel Tsuen Wan West – Café Circles

Famous for its buffet with a spread of delicious international and Asian food, spiced up with views across Tsuen Wan and the Rambler Channel; a 12-metre long communal table in the centre encourages social interaction.

Regal Airport Hotel – Regala Café & Dessert Bar

Selected Halal menu included in the buffet, prepared by a certified Halal kitchen; curry lunch buffet with vegetarian choices served weekdays.

Mosques and Accommodation

Mosques and prayer rooms are available in different parts of Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. Check out the prayer rooms conveniently located throughout the city (Full list). Major attractions also have prayer spaces prepared for Muslim visitors.

Kowloon Masjid and Islamic Centre

Hong Kong’s largest mosque that can accommodate 3,500 people, was first established by the Muslim garrison stationed in the area, now known as Kowloon Park in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui.

Masjid Ammar & Osman Ramju Sadick Islamic Centre

Five times prayers are held in the Wan Chai Mosque, able to accommodate more than 1,500 people.

Chai Wan Masjid (Cape Collinson Mosque)

Quiet and peaceful surrounded by mountains and rich greenery, opened in 1963 and renovated in 2005, with an open space outside the prayer hall suitable for small religious gatherings.

Jamia Mosque (Central)

Hong Kong’s very first mosque, now a classified Grade 1 architecture in the list of Hong Kong’s historical buildings, able to accommodate more than 400 people, with five times prayers held at the Mosque and a large congregation on Fridays and Eidain; prayers held and Iftar served during the month of Ramadan Travih.

Stanley Mosque

A beautiful mosque inside the restricted area of Stanley Prison, with a fairly large prayer hall, a veranda and a courtyard, accessible by Muslims other than prison staff especially on Fridays or other special occasions.

Muslim-friendly hotels

Hong Kong has an array of Muslim-friendly hotels throughout the territory, From the airport all the way to Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. Many hotels offer Quran/ Prayer mat/ Qibla direction, Halal or Vegetarian meal options, or have Halal restaurants in the vicinity.

Check out the full list here:

Insider guide

In addition to characterful mosques and gourmet Halal menus, many must-visit attractions in Hong Kong have Muslim-friendly facilities. Check out other modules to find other Muslim-friendly hotspots!

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