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Islam is a minority faith in Thailand, with recent statistics suggesting a population of around 4 million, or almost 6% of the population. Figures as high as 10% of Thailand's population have also been mentioned. Most Thai Muslims belong to the Sunni branch, although Thailand has a very diverse and developing population which includes immigrants from around the world.
There are 3,494 mosques in Thailand. Many of them are located in Southern Thailand, with up to 170 with Bangkok itself.
Thailand Filming Permit process for filming in Islamic Architecture.
Filming in Islamic Architecture
Filming in Islamic Architecture can only be obtained after receiving a Film Office Film Permit. see details here: Obtaining Film Location Permits
The Permit Process
We have provided a detailed step-by-step guide on the film permit process here. Obtaining Film Location Permits
The Foundation of Islamic Centre of ThailandIA-1-002
Originally named “The Foundation of the Central Mosque of Thailand”, it was founded in Bangkok on 1 October 1954.
The Central Plains
Hedaytul Islam (Ban Ho) Mosque, Chiang MaiIA-3-002
One of the biggest mosques in the province and also one of the seven Chinese mosques in Chiang Mai.
The Deep South
Satun Central Mosque or Mambang Mosque, SatunIA-8-004
The architectural style of Masjid Mambang was built in 1 dome similar to a lotus or “ship” in the Thai chess game.
Old Central Mosque, NarathiwatIA-8-003
Also widely known as Yumiya Mosque, or Rayo Mosque, in Narathiwat was built in 1938 in the Sumatran-style.
The Central Mosque of PattaniIA-8-002
One of the largest and most beautiful mosques in Thailand. Built in 1954. It is the center for Islam in the South.