Thursday, 13 April 2017

Thailand Honeymoon Destinations

Koh Lipe:-Koh Lipe, also known as “The Maldives of Thailand.” When you compare anything to the Maldives it’s got big shoes to fill. But Koh Lipe does it, we have spent 5 weeks island hopping in the Maldives and 4 weeks in Koh Lipe (on 3 different trips). Koh Lipe is the magical paradise floating in the middle of the Andaman Sea with insane turquoise waters and white sandy beaches. Traveling to Koh Lipe is only accessible by boat year-round from Pak Bara Thailand and from Langkawi Malaysia & other Thai islands November-April.Suggested Nights In Koh Lipe: 3 to 5 nights:-Things to do in Koh Lipe: Rent a longtail boat for the day and take a private tour of the islands for less than $50 a day. Watch the sunset on Sunset Beach and watch the sunrise on Sunrise Beach. Have the best curry in the world at Sunrise Beach Restaurant for only $3, TIP get the Penang curry it’s the best one.


Koh Samui:-Koh Samui is in the Gulf of Thailand and is the second largest island in Thailand. Koh Samui has honeymoon accommodation for all budgets from super luxury resorts to simple bamboo beach huts. No matter where you rest your head at night you’re still in paradise on your honeymoon. There is an airport on the island, you can travel by ferry to Koh Samui from several other islands as well. Click here for Koh Samui ferry schedule and prices.
Things to do in Koh Samui:-After a day of relaxing on the beach and taking in the views head off and explore the island. There are several temples to check out but don’t miss Wat Plai Laem. The adventurous can rent a motorbike and swim in Na Muang Waterfall.

Koh Phi Phi:-If you have seen Leonardo DiCaprio’s movie “The Beach“, then you’ve heard of Koh Phi Phi. Couples looking for a gorgeous Thai island with some nightlife head to Koh Phi Phi. Nightlife in Koh Phi Phi starts with a good seafood BBQ followed by a fire show and then a few too many Thai buckets or Chang beers. If you want a quiet peaceful honeymoon you may want to choose another destination or opt to stay on the quieter Long Beach area of the island. There are several ferries to Koh Phi Phi from other Thai islands.
Things to do in Koh Phi Phi:-Rent a longtail boat for the day and take a private tour out to Maya Bay. Make sure to head to Maya Bay before the group tours leave, Maya Bay gets really busy and pictures are best before all the day trip boats arrive.

Koh Lanta:-Koh Lanta is located in the Andaman Sea and is part of an archipelago of about 52 islands. Most tourists stay on Koh Lanta Yai. Koh Lanta is connected easily by ferry to other Thai islands. Tie in Koh Lanta to a Thailand honeymoon island hopping trip. Koh Lanta has not one, but eleven white sandy beaches, coral reefs, and much more to offer. Koh Lanta is best for honeymooners not looking for a party island. Koh Lanta can be reached by ferry from several other Thai islands or by land coming from Krabi the nearest airport. Click here for Koh Lanta ferry schedule and prices.
Things to do in Koh Lanta:-Rent a scooter and explore Koh Lanta. It’s quite large and you could spend the day finding hidden gems. Make sure to visit Old Town Koh Lanta to see a whole different side of Koh Lanta. Of course, make sure to relax on the white sandy beaches.


Koh Chang:-Koh Chang is still not on the mainstream tourist radar and is one of the last of Thailand’s (semi) hidden gems. This laid back island is the perfect place to do just that, lay back and relax. Please note there is another island called Ko Chang located in the Andaman Sea near Myanmar. This Koh Chang is in the Gulf of Thailand near Cambodia. Travel to Koh Chang is done by ferry from other islands and from the mainland. Click here for Koh Chang bus schedule and tickets.
Things to do in Koh Chang:-There are several gorgeous white sandy coves, rainforests, coral reefs, waterfalls, and much more on Koh Chang.

Koh Adang:-Koh Adang is perfect for the adventure honeymoon couple looking for outdoor activities and doesn’t require a 5-star resort. You are sure to find your own private beach on Koh Adang. There are simple bungalows available to rent through the National Park system or camping right on the beach. Koh Adang is a quick ten-minute boat ride away from Koh Lipe.
Things to do in Koh Adang:-Koh Adang has some amazing hikes leading to viewpoints of Koh Lipe and waterfalls. Bring your own snorkel gear or rent it from the restaurant for some amazing snorkeling in Koh Adang.

Koh Tao:-Koh Tao is perfect the perfect Thailand honeymoon destination for divers. It’s a small island in the Gulf of Thailand. This little island packs a lot of punch. Koh Tao is easily connected Koh Samui and other Thai islands by ferry.
Things to do in Koh Tao:-Diving on Koh Tao is the number one thing to do but if you aren’t a diver there is great snorkeling right off the beach. When you’re ready to stay above surface head off on a hike in the coastal jungle.

Koh Phangan:-Party animals should head to Koh Phangan. Make sure to coordination your Thailand honeymoon with the full moon. Koh Phangan full moon parties are known around the world. If you do not like all night parties involving lots alcohol and drugs do not head to Koh Phangan during the full moon. Many hotels on the island have a minimum night booking during the full moon and higher prices. Koh Tao is accessed by ferry, Click here for the Koh Phangan ferry schedule and tickets.
Things to do in Koh Phangan:-Have dinner at the night market, try all sorts of tasty Thai street food you never heard of before. When you have sworn off alcohol on Koh Phangan head off on a boat and explore the nearby islands. Rent a bike and find the quieter side of Koh Phangan, you’ll be surprised how different the island is on certain beaches. Go chasing waterfalls, there are 7 waterfalls on Koh Phangan!

Phuket:-Phuket is the most popular tourist destination in Thailand, but for that same reason, it may not be for everyone. When deciding to honeymoon in Phuket you’ll have to choose what part of Phuket to stay in. We advise staying far away from Patpong and Bangla Road. Instead, we suggest staying in Kata Beach, Surin Beach, Bang Tao Beach, Panwa Beach, Nai Harn Beach, or Kamala Beach. Hotels of all budgets are available as well as several Airbnb condos. Fly into Phuket international airport or take a shuttle/ferry from other Thai cities.
Things to do in Phuket: There are tons of things to do in Phuket, you could easily spend a week exploring as it is the largest island in Thailand.

Khao Lak:-Located on the Andaman Sea not far from Phuket is Khao Lak. It’s great for those honeymoons traveling with children. The nearest airport is in Phuket 46 miles away, there are several shuttles from Phuket to Khao Lak and other cities within Thailand.
Things to do in Khao Lak:-Spend the day exploring Khao Sok National Park. Discover the beaches, you’ll be surprised how empty they are compared to the nearby Phuket beaches. Most of the Phuket tours are also bookable from Khao Lak.

Koh Yao Noi:-For the ultimate Thailand honeymoon in luxury head to Koh Yao Noi for a 5-star hotel stay. There are several luxury hotels in Koh Yao Noi that scream honeymoon. If you’re looking for a private escape with your loved one this is it. Koh Yao Noi is located Andaman sea between Phuket and Krabi. Fly into Krabi or Phuket and then take a ferry to Koh Yao Noi. Or if you really want to go all out on your Thailand honeymoon take a private helicopter from Phuket airport.

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