1. Where do couples go in Thailand?
There are several tourist attractions for couples to visit in Thailand. Here’s a list of some popular destinations to visit in each city:
Bangkok & around: Asiatique Riverfront Night Market, Rooftop dinner at Vertigo, Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, Erawan Waterfall
Chiang Rai: Chiang Rai Night Bazaar, White Temple, Mae Salong, Golden Triangle
Chiang Mai: Doi Suthep, Elephant Sanctuary, Chiang Mai Night Bazaar, Weekend Market
Phuket & around: Similan Islands, James Bond Island, Phuket Town, Phuket Big Buddha, Prom Thep Cape
Koh Samui: Ang Thong Marine National Park, Koh Pha Ngan, Koh Tao,
Krabi: Koh Lanta, Ao Nang, Tiger Cave Temple, Emerald Pool, Caves of Khao Khanap Nam Mountains, Klong Thom natural hot springs
2. Which are the best things to do for a Thailand Honeymoon?
Enjoy a Chao Phraya River Dinner Cruise
Raise a glass to the best rooftop bars in Bangkok
Hand in hand stroll around the Asiatique riverfront night market
Join a Muay Thai Class to enhance tacit understanding
Get a traditional Thai Sak Yant tattoo for only you two
Work on your tan at Jomtien Beach
Involve in an ATV adventure
Enjoy the beautiful beach & plenty of water activities on Coral Island
Hua Hin Honeymoon
Explore the Hua Hin Night Market
Discover the mysterious Phraya Nakhon Cave
Take romantic photos at the lovely Santorini Park &Sheep Farm
Enjoy your private time in a beachfront resort
Chiang Rai Honeymoon
Bargain in the Chiang Rai Night Bazaar
Take a dip in Huay Mak Lim Hot Spring
Visit the border market at Golden Triangle
Marvel at the architectural design of the White Temple
Chiang Mai Honeymoon
Have fun with the elephants
Learn to make an authentic Thai meal for your other half in a cooking class
Join a Thai honeymoon blessing at the top of Chiang Mai Doi Suthep
Get excited at Chiang Mai Grand Canyon
Take a private photo shoot to capture priceless honeymoon memories
Enjoy a romantic June Bahtra sunset cruise
Climb to the Phuket Big Buddha
Watch a sunset at Prompthep Cape
Marvel at the glow of bioluminescent plankton when night falls
Take a dip at Klong Thom Hot Springs
Kayaking at Ao Thalane
Step back in time at Krabi Town
Phi Phi Honeymoon
Do a jungle trek to explore the beautiful Phi Phi viewpoint
Have a nice candlelight dinner in the jungle
Encounter with wild monkeys on Monkey Beach by a traditional longtail boat
Snorkeling in the crystal-clear water and searching for the Nemo
Koh Samui Honeymoon
Relax your body on a traditional Thai Massage for honeymoon couples
Visit the famous Koh Samui Big Buddha
Enjoy a top view of Ang Thong Marine Park
3. How many days do you need for a Thailand Couple tour?
For a classic Thailand couple tour, a 7-day tour is enough to visit Thailand’s most popular destinations which covered the central part – Bangkok, and the southern part - Phuket. If you want to explore deeper, a 9 - 13 days essential tour covered Bangkok, Phuket added a cultural Northern part - Chiang Mai will a nice choice, A further exploration can be also added 2 more days to the historical Chiang Rai city which is located on the northernmost.
4. Top-Rated Resorts in Thailand for Couples
1) The Peninsula Bangkok
2) The Shore At Katathani - Adult Only
3) The Pavilions, Phuket
4) Six senses Yao Noi
5) Anantara Mai Khao Phuket Villas
6) Zeavola Resort Phi Phi
7) Rayavadee Krabi
8) TreeHouse Villas - Adult only
9) The Dhara Dhevi Chiang Mai
10) Le Meridien Chiang Rai Resort
5. How much does it cost for a honeymoon in Thailand?
The cost for a normal Thailand honeymoon tour will cost US$ 150-200 per day including 4 -star accommodations, all must-visit attractions’ entrance fees, all transportations, private guide & drier, local flights.
The budget of a private all-inclusive Thailand honeymoon tour is about US$ 300+ per day, which included 3 meals a day, 5-star accommodations, all must-visit attractions’ entrance fees, all transportations, private guide & drier, local flights, and some special honeymoon arrangements. The price can be changed if you choose different types of hotels and meals.
6. How to reach Thailand by air?
Thailand is a very long way off from the US, and Canada. Hence, the most convenient way for a Thailand Honeymoon from the USA or a Honeymoon from Toronto is via flight. There’s no direct flight from these two countries to Thailand, but you still can choose to layover in other countries before arriving in Thailand. There are routes available via 1 or 2 transit destinations, depending upon the airline of selection. While the quickest one stop flight is close to 20 hours. Furthermore, some airlines could take as long as 30 hours based on the transit destination and waiting period.
Travelers may choose between the following airlines - Emirates, Singapore Airlines, Air Cathay Pacific, Qatar Airways, Korean Air, Turkish Airlines, Air Canada, Japan Airlines, and American Airlines (this is not an exhaustive list)