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  1. Thank you for sharing.
    ‘Productive Muslim’ is doing a great and noble job by preaching the tenets of Islam in a very practical way.
    Jazaal Allah Khair

  2. THANK YOUUUUU !!!
    I am travelling on saturday and started to get confused and couldn’t make a choice about what I really need…
    This article is giving me good insights !
    Thank you !

  3. Salam alaykum! Jazakallah khairan! Just what I needed! I recently travel a lot because of work. I’m actually managing very well with packing now… Nevertheless your article was still very informative to me. I’d like to add that you should ALWAYS pack a pair of SLIPPERS. Hotels don’t always provide them and the last time I actually forgot to take mine with me, so I had a really hard time with vudu’ and everything. I have a pair that’s really flat and made out of plastic, it’s easy to pack them.

  4. Assalamualikum,
    JazakAllah khair for the article, but why this this titled, “how to pack FOR SISTERS”?

    Occasional references to abayas and hijabs aside, the tips are equally applicable to men as well.

  5. Alhumdulillah for your guidance but just to add on as even i am on flight mode usually and that too with a one year old daughter so for mummies its very important if they carry baby bag along with there own luggage and in that baby bag we can keep all those stuff which a child might require as in

    1.Feeder
    2. Pamper
    3.Extra pair of clothes
    4.Baby food
    5.Medicines if required
    6.Small toys for babies to keep them occupied
    7.Small blanket etc

    We mothers have more stuff to carry for children than we carry for ourselves

    And i guess baby bags comes in these compartmentalized baggage which readily help us to keep these belongings at the right place without wasting much time.

  6. Yasmina
    March 5,2016.
    Alhamdulillah for this article,as I’m planning for a long trip to Singapore and Malaysia after doing Umrah.
    More tips are most welcomed.
    Jazaak Allah Khair.

  7. Assalamo Alaikum sister Lotifa,
    Ma-Shaa-Allah, this came at the right time – I will be traveling in around a week!
    Jazaki Allah Khair for the handy guidelines Sister. And another thing I liked about the article is that it is short, easy and hence, digestible !

  8. Assalamualaikum, thank you for this great article. It will make us easier in moving during travelling time….syukron bikhair

  9. The article is good but for your excellent articles related to islam u force to join paid academy. This is not good.

  10. Salam. As the article is meant for sisters i would add the following tips i have practised:
    Wear a comfortable cool hijab for the flight, ideally with minimal pins, and if you have long air tie it at the nape of your neck rather than higher up. Long haul flights can be uncomfortable and having a hair bun can get in the way of trying to get some shut eye.
    I lay out all the outfits (capsule wardrobe if appropriate ) and see which hijabs match. That way I’ll always be coordinated! If you’re likely to take photos of yourself to show others, you may prefer not to double use the scarves.
    When packing, check the ba website for how to fold clothes eg lay several shirts out flat then fold them as one, rather than individually. This will minimise creases. This works for scarves too. Though in most hotels you can request an iron!
    Have a great trip sisters and remember the traveller’s dua inshaAllah.

  11. Salam. As the article is meant for sisters i would add the following tips i have practised:
    Wear a comfortable cool hijab for the flight, ideally with minimal pins, and if you have long hair tie it at the nape of your neck rather than higher up. Long haul flights can be uncomfortable and having a hair bun can get in the way of trying to get some shut eye.
    I lay out all the outfits (capsule wardrobe if appropriate ) and see which hijabs match. That way I’ll always be coordinated! If you’re likely to take photos of yourself to show others, you may prefer not to double use the scarves.
    When packing, check the ba youtube clip for how to fold clothes eg lay several shirts out flat then fold them as one, rather than individually. This will minimise creases. This works for scarves too. Though in most hotels you can request an iron!
    Have a great trip sisters and remember the traveller’s dua inshaAllah.

  12. Asalam alaykum. For me, i get my travelling bag some days ahead and drop everything i need as i remember so as not to leave out anything important. When it’s like a day to the trip,then i pack up.

    • Thank you for the tips especially on the multi-country adaptor and the triplist app. Very helpful. I think there was a need for it to be for ‘sisters’ though. Useful tips for all.

  13. Masha Allah, jazakAllahu khair. This article confirms to all that Islam is a complete way of life. Organising the luggage makes you organised before, during your trip and at your destination . This is simply saying that you get to be productive whenyou are organised,
    You also need to have a copy of the Quran and prayer book or download on your phone, ipad or tablet. Maassalam.

  14. AssalamuAlaikum, I’m familiar with articles about travel. Although this article is so inspiring in an Islamic way Mashallah. However, it would be lovely to expand more on this subject on traveling (ei, how to be a good Muslim traveller in dealing with issues in travel, or how to have fun the halal way in travel, something ww should be aware of in travel, etc).
    Thank you so much for your share Sr. Lotifa. May Allah elevates you in dunya and akhira. J.A.K.

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