Nobody makes you feel more welcome than a warm Thai smile. Arriving at one of our carefully selected private resorts in the southern islands can make you feel like you’re a million miles from the rest of the world. Here, you will find not only the privacy of exclusive retreats in Koh Samui, Koh Phangan and Phang Na Bay, but also some of the best halal gastronomic experiences of hearty Thai fare. The bright lights of Bangkok is the perfect end to your trip and with our recommendations of halal friendly restaurants for the foodie in you, addictive shopping and cultural experiences you will always cherish.
Your halal friendly Thailand voyage can be as busy or as laid back as you wish. For those looking to flop by an infinity pool then head to the south of the country where you’ll find warm seas, pristine white sandy beaches and plenty of halal eateries as many are populated by Muslims. If you’re looking for a bit of culture and adventure, the Golden Triangle region of Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai can easily be tailored into your Thailand tip. Steeped in Buddhist culture and history, the Golden Triangle provides a platform to explore part of Indochina before heading to Bangkok and one of the most eclectic cities in the world. Rest assured, our halal friendly Thailand guide we provide before your trip provides all the information you need to enjoy a halal friendly experience in Bangkok, from Muslim owned Thai restaurants to the best sights to see and explore.
Take a look at our selection of hotels in the ‘where to stay’ tab above. Here you’ll find abodes which come with your own private swimming pool (secluded from any prying eyes), some with a butler service and of course spa treatments that are the envy of the world.
Surround yourself with stunning sunset views as you set foot on Phulay Bay. Your spacious villa back at The Ritz Carlton Phulay Bay provides the perfect escape after a day of relaxation on the pristine beach front.
Dramatically extending out from the stunning cliff tops of Kamala, Paresa overlooks the spectacular waters of the Andaman Sea, complete with sensuous tropical forests and gardens.
The Naka Island is an exclusive boutique resort on Naka Yai Island located a short speedboat journey off the coast of Phuket, where palm fringed coconut groves meet boutique luxury.
Iconic city hotels rarely come as imposing and dominant across a city skyline as the Banyan Tree Bangkok. After a day exploring Thailand’s capital, the sanctuary of your room is the perfect place to see the world go by
Serene views meets exquisite villas at the Banyan Tree Samui. Be as active as your heart wishes and indulge in anything from halal friendly private dining experiences to yoga overlooking the bay.