Friday, 31 October 2008

Halal restaurants in Chiang Mai

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I've been planning to go to Chiang Mai for quite some time, research done BUT the plan yet to materialize :-( I guess why not share my research with fellow travellers eh?

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1. Muslim hotel with halal restaurant
Farooq http://www.chiangmai-mail.com/107/dining.shtml - Jen Pao halal Chinese restaurant has moved to Chiang Roy hotel on Arak (J1). Tel: 084-150-6243.

Baantai Hotel http://baantai-hotel.infothai.com/services-facilities.html

2. Hotel near halal eateries –
Suriwongse Hotel http://www.chiangdao.com/thailandhotelreviews/chiangmaihotelreviews/suriwongse/reviews.htm

Pornping Tower http://www.resorthotelreviews.com/chiangmai-pornping.php

Lanna Palace http://travellista.com/DE/Thailand/Chiang_Mai/Chiang_Mai_Town/Lanna_Palace_Hotel_Chiang_Mai_review.htm


3. http://www.chiangmai-chiangrai.com/2_restaurants_halal_chiangmai.html

4. http://www.yellow.co.th/Chiangmai/YellowPages/islamic-halal-restaurants.1.html

5. http://www.chiangmai.net/restaurants/list.aspx

6. http://www.halalthailand.com/restaurant/index.php?kword=chiangmai&category=0

7. http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Asia/Thailand/Northern_Thailand/Chiang_Mai-1445733/Restaurants-Chiang_Mai-BR-6.html

8. http://www.warthog.co.za/cmm/tourism/halal.htm

9. New in Anusarn Market is Al-Hussain, open daily 9am-midnight. Tel: 053-284-125. For more additions/listings, see www.zabihah.com which offers information on Muslim food and restaurants throughout Thailand. http://www.nancychandler.net/product_update.asp?pId=12

10. http://www.zabihah.com/ls.php?id=202

11. http://malaysiantraveller.wordpress.com/backpacking-2/chiang-mai-thailand-11-to-13-january-2007/

12. With food review http://makanplace.blogspot.com/2006/06/sawadeekaaappp-chiang-mai-special.html
http://makanplace.blogspot.com/2006/06/sawadeekaaapp-chiang-mai-special-2.html

13. With food review http://www.chiangmaitouristguide.com/08-2005/gourmet.html

14. With food review http://www.chiangmaitouristguide.com/04-2007/gourmet.html

15. With food review http://www.lastappetite.com/khao-soi/

16. http://www.hotels2thailand.com/Travel_Forum/Q-Detail.aspx?q_id=578

17. Tips
http://www.amardiptravel.com.my/package/book.php?id=17
http://knockturnal.blogdrive.com/archive/cm-03_cy-2006_m-03_d-20_y-2006_o-0.html

18. Muslim areas - Chang Peuak and South Changklan) are predominantly Bengali, or South Asian in character, whilst two others (Ban Haw and Sanphakoi) are predominantly Yunnanese. http://www.cpamedia.com/history/north_thailand_muslims/

19. ASMA RESTAURANT - Now an open air restaurant behind the Peak center in night bazaar Nice decor and Muslim food and reasonably priced with air conditioning and friendly staff.

3 comments:

Marina said...

wow..great job with the compilation of halal restaurants everywhere. thank you for compiling this list. your effort will insya Allah be rewarded..

Kak Syam said...

TQ. Good info. I would like to know about Baantai Hotel. Is this hotel is muslim hotel?.

Croesus said...

Salam Kak Syam,

I don't know whether Baantai Hotel is Muslim owned or not; according to their website food served at the hotel is halal.
http://baantai-hotel.infothai.com/services-facilities.html