A honeymoon in Thailand is an incomparable experience. While the country is known for its beaches and islands such as Phuket and Ko Samui, it is also home to many fantastic restaurants, world-class shopping centers, and cultural delights to rival any European destination.
A Thailand honeymoon - a trip to paradise
A Thailand honeymoon offers a little something for everyone's holiday preferences. Start in Bangkok, where you can dine at fine restaurants such as Mango Tree, L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon, or Le Normandie, or head to the food stalls of Soi Convent for incredibly cheap but delicious meals. Foodies will surely be in heaven in Thailand.
Cultural highlights of Bangkok include The Temple of the Reclining Buddha, The Grand Palace, and Wat Arun. The shopping malls and Siam Square boutiques will bring you all kind of delights if you’re seeking modern stores, and the stalls of Chatuchak Weekend Market will surely appeal to bargain hunters.
The southern region, around Ao Nang, is perfect for Thailand honeymoons focused on relaxation and indulgence. While some destinations have gained a reputation for being very party-focused, others are more serene.
Head to lesser-known resorts via tuk-tuk or taxi, and you'll find unspoiled beaches. Relax on the sand, snorkel in the clear waters, and sip on fresh coconut shakes. If you plan to head north, it’s best to do so by train. Watch the country's stunning jungle scenery whizz by and stop off for jungle treks and mountain retreats.
Chiang Mai, the gateway to the north, is a beautiful, ancient city brimming with temples, local markets, and plenty of places where you can either enjoy a Thai massage or even learn the skill for yourself.