Thailand Romantic Honeymoon



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Bangkok – Kanchanaburi- Chiang Mai – Koh Samui

Thailand is an ideal destination for a romantic honeymoon, particularly for newlyweds seeking a peaceful, immersive setting. A 11-day honeymoon vacation in Thailand promises really romantic experiences in the most beautiful sights in Thailand. Begin in Bangkok, the bustling capital, which provides the greatest overview of local cuisine and Buddhist beliefs. Spend some relaxing days in the Floating House River Kwai in Kanchanaburi. Following that, you head north to Chiang Mai, where you can immerse yourself in the verdant scenery and learn about the daily lives of the ethnic minority. End your vacation by spending relaxing days on the island of Koh Samui, enjoying its crystal blue waters, tropical environment, and several interesting water activities. Enjoy our handpicked excursions and offers for your Thailand honeymoon.

Trip highlights:
  • Visit Bangkok to learn about the contracts in the flow of culture there.

  • Admire the most beautiful ancient temples in Chiang Mai Old Town.

  • Spend a day learning and caring for baby elephants in the Patara Camp.

  • Enjoy the paradise island of Koh Samui with swimming, kayaking & snorkeling activities.


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When you arrive in Bangkok, you will be met by a representative who will expedite the immigration process. Be assisted with your luggage and introduced to your travel guide. Then, be driven by private car to the hotel, check-in, and enjoy a glass of welcome champagne along with other honeymoon amenities thoughtfully arranged in advance for a delightfully romantic time together.

In the late afternoon, meet the guide in the hotel lobby and be transported in a private air-conditioned car to Sirocco, located on the 65th floor of the State Tower at Lebua. Arrive at the Skybar just in time for a sunset cocktail while taking in panoramic views of Bangkok. Following that, it's time for dinner.

Spend the night in Bangkok.

After eating breakfast at the hotel, you will visit the 100-year-old Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, 110 kilometers from Bangkok. In 2 hours of driving, you will pass leisurely by rice paddies and salt fields, visit a farmhouse, and watch locals produce sugar from coconut. You continue to ride a 30-minute speedboat along fruit plantations, seeing Thai houses and the river life of locals. Upon arrival, you are fascinated by the various shapes and sizes of boats that local merchants use to ferry their goods. You hire a small boat to navigate your way along the market to shop for local products. After touring the market, you return to Bangkok.

In the afternoon, you start to discover Bangkok with your private tour guide and driver. Your first stop is at Wat Traimit to visit the largest Golden Buddha statue in the world (3 m high, weighing 5.5 tons, and carved in solid gold). Your next visit is to Wat Pho to admire the massive reclining Buddha statue, which represents the entry of Buddha into Nirvana and the end of all reincarnations. Just 800 m from Wat Pho, you will visit the Grand Palace. The dazzling, spectacular Grand Palace is undoubtedly the most famous landmark in Bangkok and a must-see. Continues with a long-tail boat ride along the canal to see Thai houses and typical rural life as well as a visit to the Temple of Dawn before ending your day.

Spend the night in Bangkok.

You meet your private tour guide in the hotel lobby and transfer 128 kilometers to the west of Bangkok for a full-day exploration of Kanchanaburi Province.

  • Visit the Thailand–Burma Railway Centre, an interactive museum, informative center, and research facility dedicated to presenting the history of the Thailand – Burma Railway. The fully air-conditioned center provides an educational and moving experience for visitors.

  • Visit the Allied War Cemetery, a memorial to some 6,000 allied prisoners of war (POWs) who perished along the death railway line and were moved post-war to this eternal resting place.

  • Visit the world-famous Bridge over the River Kwai, a part of the Death Railway constructed by Allied POWs. You take a historic Death Railway Train, passing over the original wooden viaduct constructed by Allied POWs.

After the train ride, you will visit a beautiful seven-tiered waterfall located in Erawan National Park. The best time to visit the waterfall is during the rainy season, from May until September. Walk up to the tier of the picturesque falls to cool off in the falls’ natural pools.

Note: Be sure to bring good walking shoes and a swimsuit.

Spend the night in the Floating House River Kwai.

Enjoy a full day of sun or swim in the warm riverside waters. This is the moment when the dream of going on vacation to an exotic land becomes reality.

An elegant riverfront boutique-floating villa (90 sq.m) is tastefully decorated in Thai folk style, with teak wood furniture enhancing the comfort and harmony with nature. Each villa features a private terrace with a teakwood swing and pier where you can relax and be impressed by the beautiful ambiance. All rooms are connected by a spacious common area.

Overnight at the Floating House River Kwai.

Today, enjoy your breakfast at the hotel, check-out and transfer to Bangkok airport for the flight to Chiang Mai. Upon arrival in Chiang Mai Airport, be met by the guide and be transferred by luxury car to the hotel. Check-in and free at leisure at the hotel.

Spend the night in Chiang Mai.

After the eating breakfast, you visit the Gold Temple on top of the mountain. You can admire a golden spire that decorates the center of the complex inside the main temple; the walls around it are covered with historical murals, shrines, and statues. There is also a replica of the Emerald Buddha statue on display. Outside, you can see the Shine of the White Elephant, a viewing terrace, some of the world's largest gongs, a wall of bells, and so much more. Then, you walk the 309 steps down the Naga Serpent (the body of a dragon) staircase to meet your private driver.

Note: Please remember to dress respectfully, or you are not allowed to enter. You are required to remove your shoes while walking around inside the main temple. There are shoe racks to store your shoes, or you could put them in your backpack.

Next, proceed to Wat Umong, built in the 14th century, a heavily forested temple covered by moss and small plants, offering a unique yet charming sense of natural decay; You walk through mysterious tunnels to reach the viharn of the temple, where you will experience your own private blessing ceremony. Enjoy your lovely day with a tasty bowl of Khao Soy. This famous Northern Thai dish is truly a combination of coconut cream, crispy noodles, and plenty of spice that is sure to delight!

In the afternoon, you return to downtown Chiang Mai to visit the Three Kings Monuments, and the Chiang Mai City Arts and Culture Center. Note: The Chiang Mai Arts & Culture Center is closed on Monday and during the Songkran Festival. Opening hours from Tuesday through Sunday are 8:30–17:00.

Optional Tour:

In the morning, meet your private tour guide and driver at 6:00 for an early departure for Doi Suthep Mountain. You can expect to be there in time and participate in the local almsgiving ceremony, a custom in Theravada Buddhist countries that helps to sustain the monastic community. In Thailand, this ritual morning food donation to the monks, or almsgiving, is called Dak Bat, and the image of barefooted monks carrying their alms bowls in the dawn becomes a beauty that attracts many photographers.

Spend the night in Chiang Mai.

Patara’s Baby Elephant For A Day is an ideal trip to learn about and care for elephants. The emphasis is on caring for our pregnant elephants and mothers with babies. You will learn about the conservation philosophy called "Elephant Conservation in Action" and participate in the daily healthcare routine, which includes health inspection, feeding, walking with the elephants for exercise, and bathing. It is a great chance to observe the elephants interacting with their families in natural environments. Patara’s knowledgeable staff will provide you with further information regarding their daily care. This trip will not include riding elephants. It is suitable for all, especially friends, family with children, and animal lovers.

Spend the night in Chiang Mai.

Enjoy your breakfast at the hotel, check-out, and transfer to Chiang Mai airport for flight to Koh Samui. Meet with a representative at Samui Airport for a private transfer to the hotel. Check in and enjoy the rest of the afternoon at leisure in the hotel.

This evening, enjoy a 'Once in a Blue Moon' private dining experience on the beach. Tuck into a candlelight dinner with a pleasant atmosphere and sea wind; this will be a memorable time. Enjoy a choice of dinner menu options include Thai, Thai Fusion, and Western.

Spend the night in Koh Samui.

Breakfast is served at the hotel. Today is a leisurely honeymoon photoshoot day with a professional photographer who will capture the greatest photographs for an everlasting memory. There are numerous gorgeous settings at the resort and around for ideal honeymoon photos. The shoot lasts about two hours.

Spend the rest of the day at leisure or participate in the optional activity.


Optional: "Sunset Connection" Spa Treatment (120 minutes)

A relaxing flowing massage is followed by a flower-scented soak beneath the forest canopy. Melt into the evening with a full-body warm oil massage, followed by a warm bath flavored with tropical flowers. Bathe in the Spa's alfresco tubs or in your personal villa.

Daily departures. Please make your reservation directly with the hotel.

Spend the night in Koh Samui.

Today, enjoy your breakfast at the hotel. Spend the rest of the day at the hotel at your leisure.

Have a fantastic evening on board a private luxury cruise along the Andaman Sea. Relax with a specialty cocktail and canapés while seeing the sunset. Return to the hotel for a farewell meal.

Spend the night in Koh Samui.

Today is at your leisure. Breakfast is still included, and check-out is at midday. Depending on your departure time, a private driver will pick you up from the hotel (3 hours before your flight departure time) and transfer you back to the airport for your departure flight.

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  • Boat trip as mentioned in the itinerary

  • Drinking water while touring

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  • International flights to Siem Reap and from Phnom Penh

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