Have you decided where to go for your honeymoon? If not, how about Thailand? It is quite burdensome to choose a honeymoon destination which satisfies the taste of both you and your spouse. But, don’t worry. Magnificent modern architecture including skyscrapers in Bangkok, remarkable temples, a variety of tourist attractions, fancy nightlife, glittering islands and beaches in Thailand will make your honeymoon ‘awesome’. So, follow our guide to honeymoon in Thailand!

Why Indian people Choose their Honeymoon destination to Thailand?

Thailand has all you are looking for in a honeymoon destination.  As you can see below, it was ranked the 2nd as the most popular honeymoon destinations by Indians in 2017. Thailand is a charming country that can suit everyone’s taste from those who love islands, who go for nature, who prefer bustling downtown, and those who wishes the honeymoon to be luxurious. If you plan to depart from India, below are enough reasons to leave for Thailand.

  • Close distance from India(about 2.65 hours on average by plane)
  • Warm and hospitable environment(The nickname of Thailand is ‘Land of smiles’!)
  • Variety of food & restaurant options — Indian, Halal, Vegetarian, Authentic Thai, International
  • Fun shopping experience — Wide range of stuff, frequent bargaining, a lot of night markets
  • Reasonable trip costs compared to other countries

*Source: Ananya Bhattacharya from Quartz India.

Fulfill your Island Fantasy

The number of islands in Thailand is approximately 1,430! Moreover, Thailand is well-known for having some of the most beautiful islands and beaches in the world. In other words, islands are a merit for honeymoon in Thailand. So, why not leave for the dreamy islands for your honeymoon? Among those over one thousand islands, we curated a few islands where you can realize your dream of islands with your loved spouse!

1. Koh Samui

: The third-largest island in Thailand

Koh Samui, which has an airport, is a famous destination for boasting fanciful beaches and lots of things to do. You can not only go on an island-hopping tour but also visit the precious Ang Thong National Marine Park. Enjoying the water activities like jet ski with your partner is an extra! Besides, the island is close to the Koh Phangan, where amusing full moon parties take place. Hence, this third-largest island in Thailand has so many merits.

2. Phi Phi Islands

: suitable for couples who want exciting nightlife, rather than a quiet honeymoon

Being ranked as the best islands from Phuket, Phi Phi islands consists of two big islands — Koh Phi Phi Don and Koh Phi Phi Leh. The islands are now jam-packed with travelers after the movie ‘The Beach” was filmed. However, it suggests that you can enjoy the advantages of well-known islands, such as various tour options, or a joyful party cruise where you can meet other travelers or honeymooners. Therefore, the places are highly recommended for an outgoing couples, party lovers, or those who prefer somewhat touristy and energetic place.

3. Koh Yao Noi

: an island with luxury, boutique hotels

Koh Yao Noi is great place for honeymoon since it holds few exclusive luxury hotels. Located in the middle of karst-studded Phang Nga Bay, you can appreciate emerald beaches and lush greenery on limestones. As it is less known than Phi Phi islands, you will feel like a more private time.

4. Koh Mai Thon

: island also known as the honeymoon island

Also called ‘Maiton Island’, Koh Mai Thon is beloved as a honeymoon destination. Here, you can experience things you have longed for islands, such as sailing in a yacht, sunbathing, swimming, strollling around the shoreline, and snorkeling. Step closer to the paradise with your loved one and realize your dream of islands at Koh Mai Thon!

Hope this post help you organize your precious honeymoon to Thailand 🙂 Don’t hesitate to visit Trazy.com, Asia’s #1 Travel Shop for the latest and trendiest things to do! Also, keep reading our follow-up blog posts about luxurious honeymoon in Thailand:

Photo Credits:

Baiyoke Sky Hotel Facebook

Flickr-Nicolas Esposito

Ananya Bhattacharya. December 27 2017. For love or for god: Why Indians travel. Quartz India. Retrieved from https://qz.com/india/1165481/how-indians-travel-at-home-and-abroad-charted/.

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