Plan the perfect honeymoon in Thailand. Find the best beaches, resorts, attractions and things to do at these exciting honeymoon destinations in Thailand. Also, check out the monthly weather conditions – so you can arrive when the weather is dry and sunny.
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Thailand’s top resort island and the country's most popular honeymoon destination is blessed with long sandy beaches, tranquil bays, luxury resorts and a reputation for some of the finest seafood in Thailand.
Phuket offers active couples diving, snorkelling, windsurfing and sailing; while inland, jungle paths wait to be explored on foot or atop an elephant.
Thailand’s second-most popular island and honeymoon destination is fringed with several golden-sand beaches that are perfect for sunbathing and swimming and offers luxurious accommodation.
Snorkel or dive the surrounding coral gardens and explore rocky headlands and offshore islands by kayak.
Blessed with stunning natural beauty, Phi Phi Don offers towering limestone cliffs fringed by several white-sand beaches and a choice of 4- to 5-star luxury beachfront resorts where you can unwind in comfort.
Active couples also have the opportunity to try rock climbing, scuba diving, snorkelling and kayaking.
Krabi is renowned for gorgeous powder-white beaches, towering limestone cliffs and a picture-perfect coastline that boasts more than 100 offshore islands and as many secluded coves for the ultimate honeymoon in Thailand.
Hop on a water taxi and visit neighbouring beaches, snorkel coral reefs and offshore islets or join an elephant safari through tropical rainforest looking out for native wildlife.
The coastal region of Khao Lak is one of country’s top beach destinations, offering kilometres of wide golden-sand beaches, lush jungle-covered hills, national parks and a wide choice of beachside resorts – ideal for a honeymoon in Thailand.
Relax on one of several stunning beaches, go diving and snorkelling or explore by foot or elephant the lush natural jungle of Khao Lak Lamru National Marine Park.
Discover Thailand's oldest beach resort – first developed in 1922 as a getaway for Bangkok's elite (including the royal family).
Hua Hin is the perfect place for a honeymoon in Thailand and offers a wide range of beachside activities such as horseback riding, kite surfing, windsurfing, catamaran sailing and jet skiing. You can also enjoy sightseeing at stunning temples, play a round of golf and go hiking and elephant trekking.
Koh Phangan (or Ko Pha Ngan) – famous for its monthly full moon beach parties at Hat Rin Beach – is an idyllic, laid-back hilly island offering a choice of several white- and golden-sand beaches lapped by crystal clear water and surrounded by a vibrant underwater world of pristine marine life.
Snorkel Mae Hat Bay, dive nearby Ko Tao or enjoy an array of watersports including kite surfing, windsurfing, sailing and kayaking.
Ko Lanta is the ideal honeymoon destination for couples wishing to ‘get away from it all’ in a secluded and serene island environment.
Koh Lanta has a quiet, laid-back ambience, with long, uncrowded golden- and white-sand beaches lapped by crystal clear waters that are perfect for kayaking, swimming, snorkelling and diving – perfect for a secluded honeymoon in Thailand.
On idyllic Koh Chang, discover an older, slower version of Thailand set in a pristine landscape of white-sand beaches, secluded coves and thickly forested hills – simply an idyllic honeymoon destination for newlyweds.
Snorkel or dive the coral reefs, explore the coast and nearby small islands by kayak or rent a car or motorbike and circle the island. Experience local culture by visiting the Shrine of Chao Por Kohh Chang and learn how to prepare your favourite Thai dishes at one of the many Thai cooking schools.
The pristine, jungle-clad mountainous island of Ko Tao is surrounded by spectacular coral reefs and is renowned for its superb diving conditions.
With hardly any currents, great visibility, numerous dive sites and abundant marine life, Ko Tao is a great place to learn to dive. Or choose from several other activities, including sailing, rock climbing, abseiling, cliff jumping and even paint-ball games. Ko Tai is perfect for newlywed couples wanting a secluded island honeymoon in Thailand.
Step back in time and experience the authentic atmosphere of rural Thailand on the unspoiled islands of Koh Yao Yai (Big Long Island) and Koh Yao Noi (Little Long Island). Both islands sit in the centre of Phang Nga Bay.
Fringed with steep jungle-clad limestone cliffs interspersed with white- and golden-sand beaches, Koh Yao offers a peaceful island escape just a short boat ride away from the commercialism of nearby Phuket and Koh Phi Phi islands – just perfect for a secluded honeymoon in Thailand.
Pattaya is renowned as one of Thailand’s premier beach resorts and honeymoon destinations – the perfect setting for a romantic getaway or honeymoon holiday.
Go windsurfing, waterskiing, jet skiing, parasailing and strap on a mask for a snorkelling or diving trip out to one of the nearby offshore islands. On land, go elephant trekking or tee-off from a choice of several golf courses all located within a 15-minute drive of the town centre.
The exotic Thai capital offers an adventure around every corner – perfect for adventurous couples planning a honeymoon in Thailand.
Discover a frenetic, larger than life metropolis famous for its cuisine, shopping and anything-goes nightlife.
Most of the major sights in Bangkok are in the Old City close to the Chao Phraya River: Take a cruise and watch Thai life unfold against the imposing backdrop of Wat Arun, Wat Pho and the ornate Wat Phraw Kaew or along the fascinating klongs (canals) of Thonburi.
With its striking mountain backdrop and visually charming Old City, Chiang Mai has been the cultural and religious centre of northern Thailand since it’s founding by King Mengrai in 1296.
For newlywed couples wanting an adventure honeymoon in Thailand, this is the place for you! Chiang Mai is the perfect base for exploring northern Thailand’s breathtaking natural beauty and to meet the region’s hill tribes.
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Latest update: Top Honeymoon Destinations in Thailand: 28 February, 2018