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 We are excited you are interested in amazing Thailand for your honeymoon vacation.

Our travel consultants have visited Phuket, Bangkok, Krabi and  Chiang Mai.

Here are our tips on some amazing sites and things to do on your trip to Thailand.

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Things to Do in Bangkok:

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Grand Palace & Wat Prakeaw – Old Citykhlongs
Wat Arun (The Temple of Dawn) – Riverside
Wat Pho (The Temple of the Reclining Buddha) – Old City
Floating Market – Damnoen Saduak
River & Waterways Tour – Chao Praya River
Chinatown (Yaowarat) – Chinatown
Chatuchak Weekend Market – Chatuchak
Asiatique Night Market – Riverside
Jim Thompson’s House – Siam
Rooftop Sunset Cocktail – Hotels and Bars throughout the city
Take a ride on one of the capital's famous tuk-tuks
Shop for bargains at the floating market, Chinatown and Chatuchak weekend market
Stroll down Khao San Road, filled with interesting restaurants and bars
Watch a thrilling Muay Thai boxing match

Things to Do in Chiang Mai:

Wat Pra Doi Suthep (Temple on the Mountain)CM-pic
Wat Phra Sing – Chiang Mai’s most sacred temple
Elephant Experiences – Various
Hilltribes & Villages Tour – Various
Shopping – Nightly Bazaar or the Walking Street on Weekends.
Zip Lining in the Mountain Jungles – Various
Cooking Classes – Various
River Rafting – Various
Thai Massage and Spa
Visiting National Parks
Visit Doi Suthep, a regal mountain and stunning temple with commanding views from its summit
Discover Wiang Kum Kam, the underground city dating back to the eighth century
Buy handicrafts, silk and silverware at Chiang Mai's many markets or check out the Night Markets for a taste of real Thai life
Visit the world famous Parasol Village, a road lined with handicraft-producing factories
Enjoy a ride or a jungle trek at Taeng Gao Elephant Camp
Visit the Hall of Opium to discover its significance in the Golden Triangle's notorious history and how it has been eradicated

Things to Do in Chiang Rai:

Visit the Golden Triangle – The junction of Myanmar, Laos and Thailand on the Mekong River.
The Hall of Opium Museum – learn about the history and politics of Opium
Hill Tribe experiences – Various
Elephant Experiences – In particular the Four Seasons Tented Camp and Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp

Things to Do on Phuket:


Beach and water sports activities on the west coast.
Phi Phi Islands
Day trips to Phang Nga Bay – North East of Phuket
Visit Phuket Old Town – Eastern part of the island
Bangla Road Nightlife at Patong Beach – the islands main nightlife area
The Big Buddha – Chalong
Wat Chalong and Phuket Temples – Chalong
Spend a Day (or two) on Phi Phi Island – Phi Phi Islands
Phuket Viewpoints – Kata Beach – Nai Harn – Cape Panwa
Snorkeling and Diving – Similan Islands
Thai Boxing (Muay Thai) – Patong Beach or Rawai
Visit Big Buddha, the island's most important landmark
Take a trip to Racha Yai Island for scuba diving or snorkeling
See the thrilling shows and daredevil stunts at FantaSea, Phuket's nighttime theme park
Visit Patong Beach for five-star restaurants and hundreds of lively bars and nightclubs
Take the opportunity to play James Bond on Tapu Island, where the movie "The Man with the Golden Gun" was filmed in 1974

Things To-Do on Koh Samui:

Visit Angthong National Marine Park – Day Trip
Safari Tour by 4WD – Depart Chaweng Beach
Elephant Trekking in the island center
Beach and Water Sports Activities
Fishing Trips
Day trip (or overnight) to Koh Tao Island to snorkel and dive
Chaweng Beach Nightlife
Discover the Secret Buddha Garden, hidden away high in the hills of Koh Samui with fantastic views and a collection of statues
Visit the beautiful Na Muang waterfalls
Go on a fishing excursion
Take a cooking lesson and learn the basics of Thai cuisine
Visit the Samui Butterfly Garden and observe these natural wonders

Things to do in Krabi:

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Visit the Tiger Cave Temple Wat Tham Sua, one of Thailand's finest natural wonders
Explore Khao Phanom Bencha National Park and be amazed by the virgin rainforest and scenic waterfalls
Try out milky Thai desserts and fresh seafood at the night markets
Be amazed by the underwater coral reefs at Koh Phi Phi Island where leopard sharks can be seen
Discover a tropical paradise at Railay Beach, one of Thailand’s most appealing beaches

Things to do in  Pattaya:

Visit the Pattaya Floating Market to buy food, fruit, souvenirs and art
Check out Nong Nooch Tropical Gardens, renowned for its impressive elephant and Thai cultural shows
See the largest variety of orchids in Thailand
Take a look at Asia’s largest and newest aquarium, Underwater World Pattaya, which houses 200 marine species
Fly through the rainforest on a state-of-the-art zip-line course at the Flight of the Gibbon

Luxury Accommodations throughout Thailand:

Bangkok Luxury Hotels:
Banyan Tree Bangkok
Anantara Siam Bangkok
Banyan Tree Bangkok
Mandarin Oriental
Peninsula Hotel
Intercontinental Bangkok
St Regis Hotel
Sofitel So
The Sukhothai Hotel
The Landmark Hotel
The Siam Hotel
The Siam Kempinski
W Bangkok

Chiang Mai Luxury Hotels:

Dhara Dhevi Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai Luxury Hotels:
Anantara Chiang Mai Resort & Spa
Dhara Dhevi Chiang Mai
The Four Seasons Chiang Mai
137 Pillars House

Chiang Rai Luxury Hotels:
Four Seasons Golden Triangle Tented Camp
Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort

Phuket Luxury Hotels:
Sri Panwa Phuket
Anantara Phuket Villas & Anantara Layan Resort & Spa
Indigo Pearl Phuket
JW Marriott Phuket
Paresa, Heaven of all Heavens
Regent Phuket Cape Panwa
The Sri Panwa

Koh Samui Luxury Hotels:
Four Seasons Koh Samui
Four Seasons Koh Samui
Koh Samui Luxury Hotels:
Banyan Tree Koh Samui
Belmond Napasai
Four Seasons Koh Samui
InterContinental Koh Samui
Six Senses Koh Samui
The Conrad Koh Samui
Vana Belle Koh Samui
W Retreat Koh Samui

Thailand is a year-round destination however there are some important points to remember:

Cool Season (November – February)thailand_golden_triangle
Normally the high season for travel to Thailand
The weather is generally cooler and dryer than other parts of the year.
It is still warm and very tropical in the south.
The island destination of Koh Samui does get rain October-December, making it the low season for visiting this particular island.

Hot Season (March – June)
Higher relative temperatures and occasional rain are the norm.
Around the inland areas, including Bangkok and Ayutthaya,
Traditionally the low season for travelers to visit, although the weather in Thailand is still quite nice along Thailand’s coasts.

Rainy Season (July – October)
July to October are dominated by the southwest monsoon, during which time rainfall in most of Thailand is at its heaviest.  
While it certainly does rain during this season it’s more likely to consist of flash-flood afternoon downpours than a continual drizzle for days.
If you can bear the humidity, the weather in Thailand is typically sunny throughout the rainy season, but when the rain comes, it’s fast and it’s furious.


Festivals and Events

There are a number of festivals and events which attract many visitors to Thailand. Some of the most popular are:

SONGKRAN FESTIVAL (Month of April) – Thai New Year
BANGKOK INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL (usually held month of January)
CHIANG MAI FLOWER FESTIVAL (Month of February, Chiangmai)