Halal restaurant in Heidelberg, Germany.
CrescentRating: Not CrescentRated
Middle Eastern, Persian, Vegetarian Friendly
Halal assurance by restaurant staff
Bergheimer Str. 134, 69115 Heidelberg, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
+49 6221 166461
With Thailand offering wonderful tropical weather, fascinating culture and history, flavor-packed food, picturesque countryside’s, stunning beaches, and so much more, it is no surprise that the country is becoming a go-to travel destination for those looking to have some fun, explore and unwind. Tourists from all over the globe are now flying to the exotic destination for an experience of a lifetime. With tourism playing a major role in the country’s economy, it therefore caters to the needs and wants of all religious groups – while Buddhism is the most practiced religion in Thailand, Muslim tourists will be pleased to hear that Muslim-friendly airport facilities in Thailand are also available, including at some of the country’s major airports. Read on to find what Muslim facilities at Thailand airports are available - including faith-based facilities and services they require. . Suvarnabhumi Airport Picture Credit - www.heidelbergcement.com Suvarnabhumi Airport serves the city of Bangkok, and is one of the two that does so - the other being Don Mueang International Airport. The main hub for Thai Airways, Bangkok Airways and Orient Thai Airlines, Suvarnabhumi Airport also hosts airlines from across the globe, and is thus one of the world’s busiest airports. Travelers will be able to find all sorts of facilities and services, including Muslim-friendly facilities at the Suvarnabhumi Airport. There are a total of 3 prayer rooms at Suvarnabhumi Airport for Muslims; located at the Passenger Terminal Building Level 3, Airport Transit Area Level 3 and Jet Bridge E. Jumu’ah prayers are conducted here, and ablution facilities are also available. There are also Halal restaurants at Suvarnabhumi Airport. Click here for a Muslim-friendly guide to Suvarnabhumi Airport . Don Mueang International Airport Picture Credit - www.donmueangairportthai.com Don Mueang International Airport is Bangkok’s second airport and is known to be one of the oldest international airports in the world. Offering domestic and international flights, Don Mueang International Airport also sees passengers of all races and religions. It however is not very Muslim-friendly. Muslim passengers will not be able to find prayer rooms in Don Mueang International Airport. There are also no known Halal restaurants in Don Mueang International Airport. Travelers requiring Halal food will therefore have to bring along their own food, or they can dine on suitable seafood and vegetarian dishes available at the cafés and restaurants at the airport. Click here for a Muslim-friendly guide to Don Mueang International Airport . Phuket International Airport Picture Credit - www.d103group.comPhuket is probably one of Thailand’s most well-known tourist destinations. The airport that serves it is therefore one of the busiest in the country. Although quite small, Phuket International Airport does offer a variety of facilities and services for Muslims. Muslim travelers will not find any Halal restaurants in Phuket International Airport; they will thus have to dine on suitable vegetarian and seafood dishes available at the airport’s restaurants, or they can pick-up some food from one of the many Halal restaurants in Phuket. A prayer room at Phuket International Airport can however be found. Muslim passengers can offer their prayers at the prayer room found on the third floor. Click here for a Muslim-friendly guide to Phuket Airport . Chiang Mai International Airport Picture Credit - www.airportthai.co.th Chiang Mai International Airport, serving Chiang Mai, is another of Thailand’s busiest airports. Just like the other airports mentioned above, the Chiang Mai International Airport offers domestic and international flights, and therefore sees passengers from all over the world. Muslim travelers looking for prayer facilities at will be able to find a prayer room at Chiang Mai International Airport on the second floor, near International Departures. Locating Halal restaurants at Chiang Mai International Airport will not be as easy. However, since the airport houses several restaurants and food stalls, Muslim travelers are sure to find at least a few suitable vegetarian and seafood dishes at these eateries. Click here for a Muslim-friendly guide to Chiang Mai International Airport . Hat Yai International Airport Picture Credit - www.airportthai.co.th Thailand’s Hat Yai International Airport, located in the Southern Business Zone, is one of the country’s most important airports. While it receives leisure and business travelers, it is also the airport from which Muslims traveling to Makkah depart. While prayer facilities and a prayer room at Hat Yai International Airport can be found, there are no known Halal restaurants at Hat Yai International Airport. Muslim passengers could opt for restaurants and food stalls serving suitable vegetarian and seafood dishes. Click here for a Muslim-friendly guide to Hat Yai International Airport . ...
If you want to have a closer look at the countryside of South Africa, then there is no better way than boarding the Rovos Rail A privately owned company, the Rovos Rail was established in 1989 and offers some of the most sumptuous train journeys. Traveling on different routes through South Africa, the train also traverses Namibia and Tanzania. Itineraries: The train journeys on Rovos Rail vary from 24 hours to a fortnight. The train is hauled by steam, diesel or electric locomotives at different points of the journey. Cape Town to Pretoria (3 days/2 nights): This is one of the most popular journeys that starts from Cape Town aboard the "Pride of Africa" and takes visitors through the village of Matjiesfontein and Kimberly before terminating at Pretoria. Guests can get down at Matjiesfontein to explore this serene historic village. There is also a brief stop at Kimberly where a tour of the city is arranged. This journey can be taken vice versa also from Pretoria to Cape Town. Pretoria to Durban (3 days/2 nights): The "Pride of Africa"takes guests from Pretoria to Durban through two game reserves. Leaving Pretoria the train crosses Heidelberg, Vooruitsig and the Majuba Hill. It makes an overnight stop at Elandslaagte. The next day guests are taken out for an exciting drive into the Nambiti Private Game Reserve; after brunch in the train, visitors are again taken to the Spionkop Lodge where they can opt for two types of excursions in the Spionkop Game Reserve. On the third day the train stops for a visit to the Ardmore ceramics gallery and later continues the journey to reach Durban late in the afternoon. Pretoria to Victoria Falls (3 days/2 nights): The train "Pride of Africa" departs from Pretoria and slowly wanders into through Mafikeng into Botswana. The next day in the evening border formalities are completed at on the borders of Zimbabwe at Plumtree. On the third day the train reaches Victoria Falls in the evening. Cape Town to Dar Es Salaam (14 days/ 13 nights): A 14-day epic journey onboard the Edwardian Safari. The journey starts from Cape Town making a stop at the Matjiesfontein village on the same day. Short stops are made at cities of Kimberly and Pretoria before reaching the Zeerust for a game drive. Continuing the journey, the train crosses Zimbabwe to arrive at Victoria Falls for an overnight stay and sightseeing. The train passes through Lusaka and after an excursion at Chisimba Falls and Mlimba and finally arrives at Dar Es Salaam on Day 14. There are also other itineraries such as a 7-day journey to Swakopmund, 9-day golf safaris, 17-day Southern Africa Air Safari, annual 9-day African Collage journey and a classic 28-days Cape Town to Cairo journey that is offered every two years. Accommodation: There are three types of sleeper coaches in the Rovos Rail trains namely the Royal Suites, Deluxe Suites and Pullman Suites. All the suites are spacious and elegantly designed. Each of the Royal Suites has a private lounge, en-suite bathroom apart from other facilities. The Deluxe Suites have twin or double beds with en-suite bathrooms and lounge area. The Pullman Suites have comfy sofa seats during the day that can be converted into double or twin beds during the evening; these suites also have en-suite showers. Common facilities include writing desk, personal safe and air-conditioning. Dining: The dining cars on the Rovos Rail are elegant and spacious to accommodate as many as 72 passengers. The food on board is not assured Halal Observation Deck & Gift Shop: the Observation car is located at the rear end of the train and has seats for 32 passengers. There is also a small gift shop at the center of the lounge car where guests can buy essentials and also souvenirs....