Escape to a charming villa on Koh Samui or explore the sea creatures from the beaches of Krabi.
Load your bags with the many awesome products sold in Phuket and lastly meet the indigenous people of Chiang Mai. These trips are a guarantee that you will have a superb Thai experience!
A kind local man gave some valuable advice while on the island and said, “On Phuket, if you don’t want to be caught in a tourist trap, avoid the tourist areas”. Keep this advice in mind while you embark on your journey through the wonders of Thailand.
An excellent location for honeymooning, Phuket has little pockets of tranquility, sanctuary and peacefulness. You can indulge your senses in the halal food, massages and incredible beaches. Phuket is the largest island in Thailand and unfortunately has an undeservingly bad reputation. But if you look outside of Pattaya, Patong and other areas known to be tourist hotspots, you’ll find a haven of private beaches, exceptional halal restaurants (mostly seafood and Indian), and plenty of awesome things to do!
Time to focus on your spouse, this island offers private, sea-facing villas, beaches and spas in places like Surin and Kamala. If you love the beach, then Phuket is definitely the place for you. Snorkeling, romantic strolls on the boardwalk and scuba diving in the beautiful coral reefs are all unforgettable activities on an unforgettable island.
If you’re looking forward to spending some quality time with your family, Thailand’s second biggest island, Koh Samui awaits you. Surrounded by smaller islands, Samui has a relaxing atmosphere for holidaymakers who want to take a break from their hectic lives. Located in the southeastern region of Thailand, Koh Samui is is also a hotspot for couples seeking a romantic getaway.
Like Phuket, the beaches are pristine, but what lies under the water is truly magical. Head to Anthong National Marine Park, and experience the untouched beauty of The Gulf of Thailand marine life. You’ll have an opportunity to go snorkeling, scuba diving and kayaking in this exotic park.
For Muslim travellers, the main beach road of Koh Samui, just off the ring road in Chaweng is where all the resorts are located. Here you willl find the motherland of scrumptious halal restaurants. All you need to do is simply ask, and you’ll find your way to a mosque and a halal restaurant instantly.
If you’d rather avoid the beaches and crowds of the islands then head to Chiang Mai. Without a single beach for hundreds of miles, this mountainous city in the north of the country is stunning in its own way. Chiang Mai is a place of history, boasting of numerous ruins, and home to many indigenous peoples including the famous Hill Tribe people. For Muslims, travelling to Chiang Mai means an opportunity to try some of the best halal and vegetarian food in the world.
Thailand in its raw form, Chiang Mai gives you an opportunity to see how a city is ran by the Thai people for Thai people. Explore Doi Inthanon National Park, go trekking through the hills of the city, enjoy some river rafting, and head to elephant sanctuaries where you can bathe and feed these beautiful animals. Chiang Mai is the ideal place for anyone who wants to learn more about Thailand and its people.