Thailand Honeymoon Packages

Thailand Honeymoon Packages

Thailand offers honeymoon couples an abundance of activities. From pristine beaches to forest reserve tours, there really is something for everyone. Many packages to the area include airfares from your starting location. However, most only include flights and transfers within Thailand itself. Accommodation is generally organized for a week, but this time period can be extended if desired. Very often the honeymoon packages include accommodation at different hotels in order to allow the couple to spend time in a few of Thailand’s different cities. Breakfast is a standard at most hotels, and dinner is generally included. Many packages ensure that at least one romantic dinner on the beach or in a romantic location is built in. Champagne also welcomes the couple as a rule. Wonderful spa treatments can be enjoyed as part of your hotel package, and organized tours are a must. As part of the tours, entrance fees into different locations as well as English-speaking tour guides are generally included.

General info

Thailand is situated in the heart of Southeast Asia’s mainland. The capital city is Bangkok, but a number of other cities play a major role in the country. These main cities include Chiangmai, Songkla, Ayutthaya, Chonburi, Nakhon Ratchasima and Khon Kaen. Thailand is a relatively large country and is home to roughly 62 million people, about 6 million of which reside in the capital city. While Thai is the official language of the country’s people, English is widely spoken and understood, particularly in business centres such as Bangkok. The Baht is Thailand’s standard currency. The country experiences a warm and humid tropical climate and monsoons do sometimes occur. March and April see temperatures climbing to their highest, with averages of between 28 and 38 degrees Celsius. Humidity also often rises to more than 82%. The dry season falls between March and May, while July to October generally sees a fair amount of rain. Temperatures cool from November to February. Travelling into Thailand requires that you have a valid passport, and residents from selected countries also need to be in possession of a visa. When in the country, it is important to note that tap water is very often not suitable for drinking.

Popular honeymoon destinations

Thailand is a popular honeymoon destination largely because of the natural beauty of the area. Beach islands such as Phuket and Ko Samui provide secluded, scenic surroundings where couples can take in the pristine beaches and ocean waters. The beach resort city of Pattaya is also very popular, as is the island resort of Ko Samet. The capital Bangkok, besides being naturally beautiful, provides couples with a great shopping experience. There are a number of great restaurants and the area is geared towards all tourist demands. The areas National Parks also make for a romantic getaway. More than 100 National and Marine Parks can be found in Thailand and a sunset safari is an unrivalled way to end off a day on your honeymoon. Khao Yai National Park is the areas oldest park, while Khao Chong Nature Reserve, Doi Inthanon and Thaleh Ban are among the most popular.