Phuket: For Silky-Soft Palm-Lined Beaches
The largest Thai island, Phuket is adorned with a great coherence of history and ancient culture with modern luxurious living, spirituality and religion fused together with modern lifestyle and wild nightlife. Phuket town is often overlooked in favour of the beaches, but there's a lot to see and do and to spend your money on, in this old town full of heritage buildings. Phuket Town features an exciting mix of old and new, simple and sophisticated, peaceful and pulsating. Non-stop bustle characterises the daytime and lasts well into the evening. Nights are reserved for enjoying good company, whether at a restaurant, a disco, a quiet bar, or a combination of all three is also perfectly special inclusion of your romantic Thailand tour package.
Koh Samui: For It's High-End Spas And Rave Parties
If you and your sweetheart want to see a giant golden Buddha, explore waterfalls, see a boxing match, or relax on a beach, the island of Koh Samui is the place for adventurous couples. Koh Samui features many white sand beaches, both public and private. As a couple, there are plenty of fun and romantic things to do in Koh Samui, ranging from a couple's spa date to beachfront dining.
When you and your honey get hungry, you can stop in at one of the local eateries or brunch buffets. The Beach Republic resort makes this the best romantic choice island in Thailand with its beautiful rooms overlooking the sea. The best time to go to Koh Samui would be February and March, as they are the driest and sunniest months.
Koh Tao: For It's Scuba-Diving Centers And Romantic Restaurants
Sea turtles are abundant on this serene island. The shores are dotted with palm trees and steep hills surround the beaches. Aow Leuk Bay is a fabulous destination for snorkeling and diving on this island. Monkey Flower Villas is a beautiful and quiet place to stay on this small island. This upscale hotel sits atop a mountain and has a lovely beach view.
Koh Lipe: For It's Splendid Views Of Sunrise And Sunset
Koh Lipe, located in the 51-island archipelago of Tarutao Marine Park, is another sought-after island in Thailand for honeymoon and adventure tours. Couples can take island hopping tours to Hat Yai, Koh Ngai, Koh Mook, Koh Lanta, and Koh Phi Phi from this island paradise.
Mu Koh Chang National Park: For It's Hidden Coves, And Waterfalls
If you and your partner want to go for an elephant ride, than "Elephant Island" just may be the destination for you. The island is very diverse in that it is full of great restaurants, yet it is large enough that it houses more secluded areas. For nature adventurers, there are waterfalls, rain forests, mountains, and coral reefs to explore. A nice place to stay on Koh Chang is the Emerald Cove resort.
Mu Koh Phi Phi: For It's Boat Tours And Romantic Viewpoints
Koh Phi Phi is the best island in Andaman sea. The islands beautiful karsts and clear blue bays make it a real stunner for honeymoon photo-ops. The magnificent marine life in the waters makes this a great snorkeling and diving destination. The island is packed full of restaurants, clubs, and bars, making it a great destination for couples who love the night life. There are also many tattoo parlors in case you and your partner were thinking of getting matching tattoos! Zeavola resort is a magical place to stay, as it has villa style rooms and private beach access.
Koh Lanta National Park: For It's Fishing Villages, And Seafood
This is yet another group of islands in Thailand that was established as a national park in 1990. Its beautiful beaches, spa & massage parlors, friendly fishing villages, seafood, and world-class diving facilities offer a romantic aura to these islands.
Koh Kai: For It's Verdant Rock Formations
Koh Kai is one of the popular tourist places adjoining archipelago of Koh Satun; it offers white sandy beach and a large shack where you can relax and enjoy the view. This island may be a little too crowded during peak seasons, so if you plan for a honeymoon trip here, make sure to plan accordingly. Besides, why visit Koh Kai in the first place right? Well, this island happens to have large rock formations which coincidentally happens to appear like a chicken's head and a neck. Thus, it is fondly called by the same, Chicken Island. Usually, before or after visiting this unique island, your boat driver may take you for a tour around the island to show the figure of a chicken.
James Bond Island: For The Limestone Rocks
For those who are into something laid back and relaxing, visit Koh Phangan located just next to Koh Samui. This somewhat less commercialized destination is perfect for a honeymoon vacation equipped with some opulent resorts and the venue for half moon parties. The interiors of the island comprise of some pristine lakes and a few attractions that you can't miss are, Sadet-Ko Pha Ngan National Park, Ao Nai Wok, Phaeng Waterfall, and Wat Khao Tham (Buddhist temple). Besides, the beaches are always the go-to-places. However, for street wanderers, you can take a night stroll at the Soi Krung Thai that is aligned with various restaurants, tattoo parlors, boutiques, bars and art galleries.