Thailand Honeymoon Destinations

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Thailand Honeymoon Destinations

Here is the list of 24 Thailand Honeymoon Destinations

1. Phuket

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Known For : Patong Beach Bangla Road Big Buddha

Pristine beaches, clean air, bounty of nature and cheap getaway do complete justice to the beautiful tourist spot in Thailand called Phuket. Add to it a lot of adventure, tranquility and heartfelt hospitality, the island located in southern Thailand is one of an ideal beach destination in Asia.

Best Time: November to February end

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2. Koh Lipe, Thailand - The Paper Island

3.4 /5

Known For : Diving in Koh Lipe Trash Hero

Koh Lipe is one of the islands of the Tarutao Marine National Park. Initially, this island was predominatly settled by the Chao Ley, or the sea gypsies who live in small villages here. Tourism has increased in Koh Lipe since the 1990s, and hasn't seen a pause ever since. The vast reefs and gorgeous white sand beaches don't fail to attract anyone.

Best Time: November to March

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3. Koh Samui, Thailand - Samui Island

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Known For : Wat Phra Yai Ang Thong National Marine Park Wat Khunaram

Koh Samui is an island in the Champhon Archipelago or group of islands near South Thailand. Coconut and rubber are the main exports of the island and tourist trade is the main source of revenue.

Best Time: December to May

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4. Krabi, Thailand - Bustling city, quiet locals

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Known For : Railay Beach Tiger Cave Temple Phi Phi Islands

One of the oldest provinces in Thailand, Krabi is home to the traditional yet the modern, the touristy and the local flavour. Sample what you like and see what the other side of the coin has to offer too in this Thai province.

Best Time: November to April

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5. Hua Hin, Thailand - Thailand's Royal beach resort

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Known For : Cicada Market Hua Hin Train Station Plearn Wan Shopping Village

Hua Hin is a seaside resort which is popular among both Thai nationals as well as tourists. What was once the royal family's beach getaway is fast becoming a relaxing place to escape Bangkok's city hustle and bustle.

Best Time: November to February

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6. Phi Phi Islands, Thailand - Island Paradise for the Beach Lover

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Known For : Phi Phi Viewpoint Koh Phi Phi Leh Bamboo Island

Phi Phi consists of a group of six islands. Only 40 km away from Phuket, Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Leh are the two most famous islands of the six. With their pristine waters and vibrant parties, these islands are a wonderful way to spend a few days in Thailand.

Best Time: Throughout the year

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7. Pattaya, Thailand - The unrelenting combination of calm and crazy!

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Known For : Walking Street The Sanctuary of Truth Jomtien Beach

Pattaya is a beautiful beach resort nestled along the eastern coast of the Gulf of Thailand renowned for its gorgeous beaches, water parks, unspoiled nature's beauty, religious temples and long walks on the street. Tourists should look out for an amazing nightlife at the island offering a never forgetting experience.

Best Time: November to June

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8. Bangkok, Thailand - Of street food, skyscrapers and unending nights

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Known For : Khao San Road Chatuchak Market Wat Pho Bangkok

Glittering with lights, a lot of hustle bustle and a little bit of chaos, Bangkok is the capital city of Thailand and is packed with tourist attractions - historical, religious or natural. A haven for shoppers, it attracts people from all over the world to its markets. It is often touted as the party capital of South East Asia. Bangkok also offers a bundle of fantastic street food, non-stop action and unforgettable experiences.

Best Time: Late November to Mid Jaunary

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9. Similan Islands, Thailand - It's what's beneath the waves

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Known For : Diving and Snorkelling

Similan is an archipelago of 9 small islands which has Malay roots. The Similan islands national park is a UNESCO World heritage site. These are one of Thailand's most stunning places with beautiful marine life underwater and also great birds in the air. There are splendidly pictursque white sand beaches with pristine blue waters. The islands also have many hiking trails for the adventurous soul.

Best Time: November to April

10. Kanchanaburi, Thailand - The wild west

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Known For : Bridge On The River Kwai Elephantsworld Kanchanaburi Kanchanaburi War Cemetery

Kanchanaburi is a city situated at the confluence of river Kwai Noi and Kwai Yai. It's well known for its waterfalls and national parks. The most important attraction of this place is the "Death Railway" built during the World War II. All in all, Kanchanaburi is a treat for nature and history lovers. Become a famous tourist attraction after the novel 'The bridge over the River Kwai', Kanchanaburi has a lot in store for history and nature enthusiasts.

Best Time: November to February

11. Khao Lak, Thailand - A string of villages to experience serenity in action

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Known For : Khao Lak Lam Ru National Park Surin Islands Similan Islands

Khao Lak is a string of villages which lie on the west coast of Thailand. Once a quiet and unknown land, these villages are fast becoming a hotspot for adventure sports and beach activities between both Thai locals and tourists alike. Khao means mountain so Khao Lak literally means Lak Mountain. A combination of six beaches, these villages all combine to form 'Khao Lak' as we know it. The beaches are a starting point for those wishing to explore nearby areas and northern Andamans too. Every beach has its own vibe as does every market.

Best Time: November to April

12. Koh Lanta - The Postcard Beach of Thailand

4.5 /5

Koh Lanta Island is renowned for being the lesser-known paradise in the Andaman Sea between the Phi Phi Islands and the western coast of Thailand. It is a cluster of 52 islands, and most of them are uninhabited as well as away from the clutches of commercialization. This allows visitors to have an authentic island experience and a relaxing vacation amidst jungles, coral reefs, balmy weather, and secluded beaches. Not only this, but at Koh Lanta you can also enjoy scuba diving, snorkelling, getting inked, a soothing Thai massage, or just a longtail boat tour.

13. Koh Tao, Thailand - The Turtle Island

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Known For : Hin Wong Bay Koh Nang Yuang Island Viewpoint Yaai Mae and Taa Tao Spirit rocks

Koh Tao is an island in the Chumphon Archipelago group of islands in the southeastern part of Thailand. It has some of the best and cheapest diving spots in the world. On one hand, it has a proud and vibrant local culture, and on the other, has a relaxing atmosphere and an exciting night life.

Best Time: December to September

14. Surat Thani, Thailand - City of Good People

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Known For : Wat Phra Boromathat Chaiya Ratchaworawihan Oyster Farm Rock Fish Museum

Not a go-to destination in itself, Surat Thani provides a base point from which travellers meander across Thailand. Once the seat of the Srivijaya empire, Surat Thani today is an important trade and transport hub. With important provinces like Krabi, Chumphon, Phang Na and Ranong neighbouring Surat Thani, the province is considered to be an important zone in terms of economic and tourist growth for Thailand.

Best Time: November to January

15. Nong Khai, Thailand - The land of nagas

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Known For : Sala Kaew Khu Wat Pho Chai Tha Sadet Market

Lying on the southern bank of Mekong river, Nong Khai is a lively town just 20 minutes from Vientiane, capital of Laos. The entire city is filled with images of the Naga, the giant serpant of Mekong. There are several waterfalls, riverside villages, forest temples, and many serene landscapes. Known as the Naga city, Nong Khai is a model for the Issan culture of north-east Thailand, which is very different from the cultures followed in the rest of Thailand.

Best Time: November to February

16. Chiang Mai, Thailand - Of Misty Mountains and Colourful Hill Tribes

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Known For : Doi Suthep Wat Phra Singh Chiang Mai Night Safari

Formerly the seat of the Lanna Kingdom and regarded as the northern capital of Thailand, Chiang Mai is completely opposite to what first-timers to Thailand expect it to be. Unlike its southern counterparts, Chiang Mai is known for its laid back vibes, numerous temples and monasteries, crowded local markets, natural and historical sites and countryside with lush greenery.

Best Time: Decemberembe to February

17. Chiang Rai, Thailand - Of temples and culture

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Known For : Wat Rong Khun Clock Tower, Chiang Rai Baan Dam Museum

Chiang Rai is a mountainous city in northern Thailand, near the borders of Laos and Myanmar. It has many ancient temples and tribal villages along the Mekong river. It has a plenitude of historical and cultural attractions and immerses a traveller in its pleasant collection of temples, art, music, and local food.

Best Time: Decemberembe to February

18. Pai, Thailand - Hippie hillside

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Known For : Bamboo rafting and white-water rafting Trekking in Pai Pai Canyon

Located between Mae Hong Son and Chiang Mai, this beautiful little town of Pai is surrounded by mountains everywhere, and is a dream destination for a traveller. The alluring river Pai flows across this town which makes rafting a popular sport here. Besides that, trekking and hiking are other adventurous options.

Best Time: November to February

19. Koh Pha Ngan, Thailand - Land of coconut trees and full moon parties

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Known For : Full Moon Party Thong Sala Night Market Yang Na Nai Tree

Koh Pha Ngan is an island that is part of the Chumphon Archipelago, located between the islands of Koh Samui and Koh Tao. It being world famous for its full moon parties on Haad Rin, usually the rest of the time the island remains half empty. But Koh Pha Ngan is so much more than just parties. This vast inland jungle is very peaceful and it's serene bays can be just as beautiful for families and backpackers.

Best Time: June to September, December to February

20. Koh Kood, Thailand

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Known For : Scuba Diving in Koh Kood Waterfalls in Koh Kood

Koh Kood, commonly spelt as Koh Kut, is one of the few islands in Thailand that is not overrun by tourists and is increasingly becoming popular among people looking for a peaceful getaway to beautiful islands. Housing a population of fewer than 2000 people, this island stands to be the sixth-largest in Thailand; encompassing an area of around 105 square kilometres.

Best Time: November to March

21. Trang, Thailand - Nature, food and culture in one.

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Known For : Wat Tantayaphirom Hat Chao Mai National Park Hat Pak Meng

Trang is a city in Southern Thailand known for its food and culture. It shares the same traditional heritage as the nearby cities of Krabi and Phuket. It is not crowded, but still a very lively city with many natural attractions surrounding it. Most people use Trang just as a transit destination to get to the other cities, but you should definitely stay for a day ot two to experience beautiful local culture and markets.

Best Time: November to March

22. Koh Chang, Thailand - The Elephant Island.

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Known For : Diving and Snorkeling Elephant Trekking Koh Chang waterfalls

Koh Chang is one of the most beautiful islands of Thailand with pristine white sand beaches and crystal clear waters, great for snorkeling and diving. There are also some breath taking mountains and jungles where hiking is very popular. All in all, Koh Chang is an idyllic destination for a backpacker looking for adventure and parties in equal amounts. Also known as the Elephant Island, Koh Chang is known for it's wide range of wildlife including beautiful birds, snakes, deers, and of course, enormous elephants.

Best Time: November to March

23. Nakhon Ratchasima - An Ode to a Warrior

3.5 /5

Nakhon Ratchasima, also known as Khorat or Korat, is the capital city of the province of the same name and is one of the most modern cities in the northeast region of Thailand. It is also among the best connected of the 'Big Four of Isaan' - the other three being  Ubon Ratchathani, Udon Thani, and Khon Kaen. Its connectivity to Bangkok and to Isan have made it a a great stopover to visit the number of other attractions around the city including Khao Yai national park, Phimai and Phanom Rung.

24. Sukhothai, Thailand - The dawn of happiness

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Known For : Sukhothai Historical Park Ramkhamhaeng National Park Loy Krathong Festival

Sukhothai is home to approximately 190 ancient sites and temple ruins. It is known to mark the beginning of the Thai civilisation. Most of the monuments and ruins are restored at the Sukhothai Historical Park, which has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The first Thai capital of Siam founded by King Ramkhamhaeng during the 13th century, Sukhothai has an incredible history which attracts many tourists to it.

Best Time: November to February

This post was published by Joysurjya Hagjer

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