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    Posted: 17 March 2018 at 3:01pm

BANGKOK – Thailand has certified its “first fully halal hotel” to attract more Muslim tourists and boost its share of the halal tourism pie.

Halal refers to the entire production process, including storage and the utensils and equipment used. A high standard in hygiene is essential,” the restaurant’s food and beverage manager, Saksit Sarovat, told Straits Times.

Al Meroz Hotel in Bangkok, which welcomes all tourists regardless of faith, is equipped with every facility a practicing Muslim could need. The hotel has a prayer room and separate swimming pools for men and women.

All the guestrooms are oriented towards Makkah, and women guests traveling alone can stay on one floor with female staff on duty.

The hotel’s fine-dining restaurant, Barakat, has a wide range of Middle Eastern, Mediterranean, and South Asian halal-certified dishes, meaning they adhere to Islamic dietary rules – no pork or pork by-products and no alcohol...


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