Thailand Halal Holidays & Travel
Thailand halal holidays & honeymoons designed for you
Look no further as Thailand welcomes you to its exotic beaches while the golden temples glisten from a distance. Are you interested in Thailand’s culture and heritage? Or is it the sizzling spices of Thai cuisine? Either way, Thailand has more than enough to offer solo travellers, couples and families.
Thailand speaks to Muslims all over the world and therefore makes it a great halal destination to discover. With Islam being the second biggest religion in Thailand, a Muslim-friendly services are always near. Halal restaurants are common where you can savour a selection of traditional Thai dishes. From the famous Pad Thai to Khao Pad, you’ll never get bored of having just one flavour.
Thailand halal honeymoons
Halal honeymoons to Thailand provides Muslim couples with the privacy they need. Whether it’s private swimming pools or villas that strike your fancy, then we have you covered. A Thailand halal honeymoon package to Bangkok and Phuket will give newlyweds the relaxation and culture they’re searching for. With halal hotels and resorts, assistance with transfers and privately guided tours, this will be a honeymoon to never forget.
Need to know about Thailand
Muslim-friendly Thailand destinations
Bangkok halal holidays
The most visited city in the world, Bangkok truly offers travellers an abundance of activities. The city is known for being busy and hectic and draws tourists from all around the globe. The reclining Buddha of Wat Pho, the royal Grand Palace, the Chatuchak Market and Wat Arun are usually at the top of most people’s Bangkok itineraries.
The luxury Siam Paragon mall screams high-end while the National Museum of Bangkok provides tourists with knowledge, history and culture. When you’re feeling hungry head down to Chinatown for street food and take in some fast paced sporting action at a Muay Thai fight.
Phuket halal holidays
One of the most popular destinations in Thailand, Phuket sees 35,000 visitors daily! It is a nature and animal lover’s absolute dream with the Tiger Kingdom, Monkey Hill and the Phuket Elephant Sanctuary.
The Kata Noi and Nai Harn beaches offer travelers gorgeous seaside retreats while the Karon and Khao Rang viewpoints and Phang Nga Bay will provide you with sights that leave you awe-struck.
One of the most popular sights in Phuket is the colossal Big Buddha statue sitting at the top of Nakkerd Hills at over 45 metres tall.
Chiang Mai marries history and culture with modern day aesthetics and living. You can visit the ruins of Wat Chedi Luan, the immensely popular Doi Suthep, Wat Phra Singh or the incredible Doi Inthanon National Park which is the site of Thailand’s tallest mountain.
If you’re feeling a bit chic check out Nimmanhaemin Road, the trendy shopping district with malls and affluent restaurants, or stop for a coffee at the cat café ‘Catmosphere’ (aptly named) and spend some time with some friendly felines.
If it is an escape into nature you’re after then head to the Mae Ping River for a boat cruise or relax at the Bat Orchid and Butterfly Farm.
Best times to visit Thailand
The weather in Thailand is split into 3 different seasons. The hot season which falls between March and May, the cool season which falls between November and February and the rainy season which tends to occur between June and October.
During the rainy season it is not all gloom and despair as showers are fairly quick to come and pass and only tend to occur in the late afternoon, they also provide travellers with welcome respite from the heat and humidity. The quietest time of year in Thailand is between May and September, when the temperature, humidity and prices all drop.