The Sabarimala Temple has historically barred entry to women of menstruating age, although this restriction has undergone legal challenges and revisions.
The Haji Ali Dargah restricted women's access to the inner sanctum until 2016 when a court ruling allowed women to enter all areas of the shrine.
Mount Athos is an autonomous monastic state in Greece where only men are permitted to visit, with strict restrictions on female entry.
The Meenakshi Temple in Madurai, Tamil Nadu, historically prohibited women from entering the temple's innermost sanctum.
Certain mosques around the world, particularly conservative or traditional ones, may limit women's access or have separate prayer spaces designated for women.
Saint Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, restricts access to the monastery itself to men only.
There may be specific cultural or religious ceremonies or rituals in various parts of the world where women's participation is limited or restricted.
The Western Wall in Jerusalem has separate prayer sections for men and women, with specific areas designated for each gender.
Certain traditional or exclusive clubs or organizations may have restrictions on women's membership or access.
In some remote tribal areas, access for outsiders, including women, may be limited due to cultural or traditional norms.