26 February 2012

Guangzhou, feb 2011 - Makan di mana? Moslem restaurant

ada satu lagi restaurant yang kami jumpa di Guangzhaou ni, tapi, silapnya , tak catat addressnya!, Jarak nya ,,boleh tahan gak lah dari hotel,

Kalau tak silap di Jalan Renji, sebuah restaurant menyediakan makannan ala arab. Kedai dia kecik jer, cukuplah !

untuk senarai lanjut, lawat


banyak kan?

A Fan Ti Restaurant
Address: Floor 3, Guanglian Building, No.750, East Dongfeng Road, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou
Tel: 020- 87617932

Alibaba Restaurant
Address: Near Huagong Gate, Wushan Road, Tianhe District, Guangzhou

Baodi Muslim Restaurant
Address: No.82, Hengfu Road, Lihu Park, Tianhe District, Guangzhou
Tel: 020-83589625

Brothers Muslim Food (Dongfeng West Rd Branch)
Address: 1/F, Liuhua Plaza, No.132, Dongfeng West Rd, Guangzhou
Tel: 020-87626466

Donglaishun Restaurant
Address: Floor2, Meizhou Mansion, No.338, Hengfu Road, Lihu Park, Tianhe District, Guangzhou
Tel: 020-83586998-3588 83586998-3688

Dongshan Mutton Restaurant
Address: No.449, South of Jiangnan Avenue, Haizhu District (Opposite the Wufeng Hotel)
Tel: 020-84499165

Ha La Ya Muslim Restaurant
Address: 4F, No.17, Jichang Road, Baiyun District, Guangzhou
Tel: 020-86555278

Laomajia Restaurant (Baiyun Branch)
Address: Floor 2, Zhonglv Hotel, No.211, Middle Guangyuan Road, Baiyun District, Guangzhou
Tel: 020-86398559

Laomajia Restaurant (Dongshan Branch)
Address: No.48, Zhongshan 1st Road, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou
Tel: 020-37652751

Maedah Restaurant
Address: No.35-1 Beside World Trade Center, Huanshi Dong Road, Guangzhou
Tel: 020-83581720; 020-83581721

Muslim Restaurant
Address: NO. 585, East Nanhua Road, Haizhu District, Guangzhou
Tel: 020-84440286

Saibei Flavor Restaurant
Address: No.31, Yunyuanzhijie, Jichang Road, Baiyun District, Guangzhou

Saiwai Restaurant
Address: No.35, Yongfu Road, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou
Tel: 020-37663735 37663592

Si Sheng Ban
Address: West Huanshi Road, Liwan District, Guangzhou (near Yuexin Hotel)

Wuyang Muslim Restaurant
Address: No.325, 6th Zhongshan Road, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou

Xinjiang Halal Dinning
Address: F1, Dongdu Big World, No.485, East Huansi Road, Dongshan District, Guangzhou
Tel: 020-87620112

Xinyue Muslim Restaurant
Address: Tianhe District, No. 76 Tian He Bei Lu. 3rd floor of the Xinjiang Plaza Building
Tel: 020-38782783

Xinyue Huimin Restaurant
Address: No.76, Tianhe North Rd, Tianhe District, Guangzhou
Tel: 020-38817788

Xinjiang Muslim Restaurant
Address: Tianyuan Food Street, Tang Xia Ke Xin Lu, Tianhe District, Guangzhou
Tel: 020-85546058

Xingyuan Muslim Restaurant
Address: Near the Sanyuanli Shopping Center, Baiyun District, Guangzhou
Tel: 020-86367820

Halal Xinyue Dining
Address: 1/F, Dengyue Hotel, No.3, Tongxin Rd., Tianhe District, Guangzhou
Tel: 020-83580556

Yewei Youyicun
Address: Zhongshan Dadao, Tianhe, Tianhe District, Guangzhou
Tel: 020-82222170

Yili Restaurant
Address: Floor 1, No.186, Middle Longkou Road, Tianhe District, Guangzhou
Tel: 020-38734742 36606779

Yixing Muslim Restaurant
Address: No. 371, Sanyuanli Avenue, Baiyun District, Guangzhou
Tel: 020-86366169

Ziranmen Indian Restaurant
Address: Floor2, No.3, Nonglinxia Road, Dongshan District, Guangzhou
Tel: 020-87751677

1001 Arabian Nights Restaurant
Address: No.899, Jiefang North Rd, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou
Tel: 020-36182280

Masjid di Guangzhou..


ikut web tersebut ,.

Islamism was introduced into China in early Tang period from Arabian Peninsula. As Guangzhou was the main port city along the Marine Silk Road, it became one of the earliest cities that accepted Muslims in China. It is said that one of Prophet Mohammad’s companions, Sa'd ibn Waqqas traveled along the Marine Silk Road to Guangzhou. Later Waqqas came to the Chinese capital city of Chang’an (present day Xian) where Tang Dynasty emperor Gaozong met him and officially agreed the practiced of Islam in China in 651. After Waqqas passed away in Guangzhou a tomb was built in his honor and it is now named the Tomb of Muslim Sage. General speaking, Guangzhou’s Huaisheng Mosque (also named Guangta Mosque) which was built in the Tang Dynasty (618-907) is believed to be the earliest mosque built in China. The meaning of Huaisheng in Chinese can be understood as "devoted to the Prophet", or else "devoted to the sage (Sa’d ibn Waqqas)". However, the name may have originally been a direct translation of the Arabic word for "Companions of the Prophet" (huai "to cherish" for the Arabic "sahabah"). The stele unearthed in the Huaisheng Mosque attributes the style of the Light Tower of Huaisheng Mosque to central Asia. It is likely that the tower was originally built in memory of a shaykh from central Asia who came to Guangzhou in the Yuan dynasty. Currently there are 5 mosques in Guangzhou. Guangzhou Mosque (Masjid) Guide Add:No. 1, Xiaodongying, Yuehua Road, Guanghzou
Location: Near Guangzhou City Hall and Yuexiu Park

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