Six Senses Yao Noi

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If you’re searching for a romantic halal friendly honeymoon destination then Thailand’s Six Senses Yao Noi is the perfect private getaway for Muslim couples seeking luxury, romance, privacy, and a peaceful environment full of intimacy.

Just a 45 minute speedboat transfer from Phuket Pier you’ll arrive at the island of Koh Yao Noi, an island who’s population is 95% Muslim. Upon arrival at this breathtaking resort, you and you partner will enjoy private pool villas that are hidden within the topical trees. Your very own butler is also available to meet your every wish and desire making your stay at Yao Noi truly relaxing and memorable.

As the flagship Six Senses resort, you should only expect the very best services, facilities, and amenities throughout your stay. Enjoy true Six Senses luxury, beautifully designed rooms with a rustic chic feel, breathtaking views, and delicious halal friendly meals to satisfy your cravings.

If you’re an adventurer and want to explore the island then let us put aside the in-house Vespa for your arrival, or for the more active, bikes are available to rent for daily use giving you the chance to explore the island and its friendly villages. Various tours and excursions are also available, while other activities such as diving and snorkeling, rock climbing, kayak tours, island hopping, Thai boxing, and other activities are also available during your stay.

From £1799 per person
based on two people sharing
  • Return flights with Qatar Airways from Gatwick
  • 7 nights at the 5* Six Senses Yao Noi in a Hideaway Pool Villa
  • Daily breakfast

Valid for travel on selected dates in June, September and October.

Alternative dates are available throughout the year at a supplement. Prices subject to change and availability at the time of booking.

Email us at or call
0203 397 4397 for more information.

Halal Friendly
  • Halal food and preparation
  • Prayer facilities available nearby
  • Private villas
  • No Casino's or Nightclubs
Home to tropical beaches, ancient ruins, and royal palaces, Thailand is the perfect halal friendly holiday for those looking to discover a completely different culture. Lively streets full of spicy aromas, white pristine beaches, crystal clear snorkeling grounds, and natural national parks full of luscious green trees and nature are just a small part of what makes Thailand the beautiful holiday destination it is. Flight time from the UK: 12 hours & 20 minutes direct flight.

Local languages: Thai language is the local language in Thailand however English is widely understood and spoken to a conversational level.

Best time to visit: The best time to travel to Thailand is between the months of November to February when the hot days are welcomed with cool blowing winds and dry air that serves as a respite from the heat.

Visa requirements (for British passport holders) : British citizens or British passport holders get a free 30-day visa-exempt stay if traveling to Thailand by air or land.

Key Events and Festivals:

Songkran Festival (Month of April) – Also known as Thailand’s New Year, this event is one of the most important on the Thai calendar. Celebrated nationwide with a series of lively events and exciting performances, the Songkran festival is definitely an event you don’t want to miss out on.

Bo Sang Umbrella Fair and San Kamphaeng Handicrafts (January) – It’s all about handicrafts and arts in the month of January as the Bo Sang Umbrella Fair & San Kamphaeng Handicraft events is full of colourful stalls and festival contests featuring traditional paper umbrellas and various other handmade crafts. Art lovers will enjoy purchasing bargain souvenirs and watching mesmerizing acts of how Thailand produces their talented work.

Which airport will you fly in to: Most international flights will fly into Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport.

Must try food:

Kraphao Kai Khai Dao - Chicken stir-fried with basil leaves served with rice and fried egg on top.

Som Tam - Raw papaya salad.

Pad Thai - Thailand’s most famous dish. Stir-fried rice noodles.

Kuay Tiew Tom Yum – A Thai sour noodle soup.

Kow mok- Spiced rice topped with chicken and served with a sweet-and-sour dipping sauce and a bowl of chicken broth.

Must do experience:

The Grand Palace - The official residence of the Kings of Siam (and later Thailand), this beautiful gold-tipped series of buildings is over 200 years old, and is possibly Bangkok's most famous destination.

Cycle Tours are the best way to see some of the countryside of this wonderful country, especially in the north and southern islands.

Island Hopping – With more than 5,000 miles of natural coastline to explore, enjoy a day under the sun shaded by your long tail boat as you discover Thailand’s many must visit beaches and islands. White sand beaches and crystal clear snorkeling can also be a part of your island hopping adventure. Ancient ruins and national parks – Home to diverse landscapes and breathtaking parks, Thailand proudly boasts their UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and superb hiking and biking trails in plenty of spots. Visit various ancient ruins and explore national parks to get a feel of what Thailand is all about.

Our favourite halal eat:

There are so many to choose from including the cosy Deen Restaurant to rooftop views from the Banyan Tree in Bangkok. Our personalised app upon booking will provide our favourite places to dine in for your trip.