Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Thailand Honeymoon:Romantic Destinations In Thailand

Thailand is a dream destination if you're planning a honeymoon or just want a romantic getaway in an exotic location. Most people who honeymoon in Thailand still choose to head to the beaches, and there certainly are some amazing ones here. But if you're looking for something a little more adventurous or different, there are plenty of other places in Thailand what are wonderfully romantic and also off the beaten path.



Thailand's most popular honeymoon destination is Ko Samui. This large island in the Gulf of Siam has plenty of pretty beaches to choose from and the interior of the island is covered with coconut trees and soft, rolling hills.
The island is part of the Angthong Marine National Park and is just a couple of hours by boat from Ko Phangan and Ko Tao, so there are ample opportunities for exploration and activities, including kayaking, snorkeling and diving.

Where to Stay
Samui used to be known as a backpacker destination but these days luxury resorts seem to dominate the available accommodations. If you're looking for something luxurious and very modern, the Library in Chaweng is an excellent choice, though the sleek design and clean lines scream sexy a bit more than romantic. There are plenty of more traditional resorts on Samui. The Anantara in Bophut uses Thai-style design throughout and has romantic, lush gardens.

If you want to combine romance, relaxation and a touch of healthy living, the island is also home to a number of yoga retreats and wellness spas, including Absolute Yoga, which has a lovely resort that's also reasonably priced, and the luxurious Kamalaya which is more pricey but also more secluded.

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1 comment:

  1. Thanks for this Thailand information. I have several friends that are thinking about planning honeymoons in Thailand, so I will pass along the link to this article. I know Thailand is also popular for destination weddings but I’m not sure of how to go about one. I guess it involves a bit of paperwork in both Thailand and at home. There are also visa issues to work out. Thailand lawyers can help with the visa issues, and I suppose there are many blogs and websites that can help with planning. I’ve heard that some couples plan destination weddings only to find out that the marriage is not considered legal back in their home country. A lawyer can help with this problem too. I think that it’s easier to plan a honeymoon in a foreign country than a wedding and look forward to hearing more from you about planning romantic trips!

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