Arabic Sweets

If you have sweet tooth this post is dedicated to you

I personally love sweets even if iam out,after a stressful day, even though i just go for party I make it a point to have something sweet


01. Kunafa

My mouth watering even if I heard this name not a heavy sweet food but the layers, almonds and the taste is heavenly. It’s bit similar to ‘Cheese Danish’ with a sticky soft paneer layer topped  with  semolina pastry and soaked with rose water syrup




02. Mahalabia

A light middle eastern sweet I personally prefer as a dessert after lunch. It’s just like ‘Blancmange’ made of boiled milk and slightly sweetened rose and orange water




03. Halawa (Halva)

Since before I move to Qatar arabic halawa stole my heart just like love in first sight. Taste of this is heavenly made this sweet is famous in all around the globe and well known gift for asian’s  from who ever perform Hajj or Umrah


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04. Baklava

As per the informations I received from my colleagues this dish is developed in Ottoman Empire (1299 year) age, It’s made with several layers filled with chopped nuts and sweet syrup




05. Fakhfakhina

‘Mother of all fruit salads’ glorius drink included honey with peanuts, mango juice, strawberry juice, banana juice, kiwi juice, pineapple and strawberry pieces and two scoops of vanilla ice cream




06. Sweet Dates

Consuming dates is a sunnah to the ‘Prophet Mohamed’, juicy and very sweet fruit filled with almonds, goat mik, pistachio, or covered with chocolate can found anywhere in the street markets known as Souq


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Kandy, Sri Lanka

01. Visit Temple of Sacred Tooth Relic


Sri Dalada Maligawa or the Temple of Sacred Tooth Relic is a Buddhist temple,it’s once a proud royal palace in kandy this place is surrounded by a ring of mountain ranges and sri lanka’s biggest river Mahaveli. kandy still  breathes the ancient beauty with each every places and people you meet





2. Bahiravoyokanda Viharaya 

The beautiful 88 feet height tall concrete Buddha statue is a eye catcher as you entered Kandy city almost from anywhere, this was located in a beautiful peaceful surrounding arranged by monks in Sri Lanka
the scenic panoramic view of kandy city is appeared in the top, this would take approximately 20 minutes from the city and visitors can easily take a Tuk Tuk to the destination

3.  Elephant Safari

Take the road to Colombo – Kandy highway 45 minutes and take the turn to Rambukkana – Mawanella road till you reach the Elephant Orphanage
this is one of the greatest tourist attractions that you should never miss out, you can find plenty of safari services here and can customize the safari as per the customers wish, this would be the greatest experience you will ever get for your life as well as feeding baby elephants spending some time with there daily routine made my day

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Maldives, Male


We took our flight to Male on a friday evening and safely arrived late night it is a small airport without no wifi but the view is so amazing from the airport, Pre-book your hotels and hold the confirmations if your traveling on arrival

we decided to take our first stay in Fuana Inn, Hulhumale Island which is really close by to the airport and a easy pick for a late night stay

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What I really loved about Hulhumale is the people around they are really friendly and helpful in sightseeing, Since I have a hard time with my work this is a perfect escape for me


Maafushi Island

Taking a ferry from Male city will cost around 15 rufiyaa and it will take around 02hours to reach Maafushi, An island with a small football ground where all locals get together for matches every night it’s one of the islands with less people living

We took our lodging in Maaafushi Inn such a beautiful hotel with some really nice staff most of them are multi nationals and served us well and made us to feel special, This place provides different activity packages such as diving,snorkeling,fishing in the moonlight etc




coconut is a major part in all food items Mas Huni will be served in most of the hotels which made by tuna,crushed coconut,lime juice,and onion chopped well mixed with bread or arabic bread

Naasi Goreng is a Malaysian cuisine but adopted by maldivians with there own taste using papadam (papad or papar) by far my most favorite restaurant is Rehendhi Inn with some amazing foods with well rounded menu





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