A Guide to the Best Honeymoon Destinations in Thailand - Nomadic Foot

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Ever wondered why Thailand is a hot favorite among the newlyweds? Because it's sparkly blue beaches just seem fitting for a romantic stroll. Its resorts and beachside villas are just so dreamy. There are a million things to do and let's not forget, Thailand is a paradise for the shopaholics out there. When all of this comes at reasonably good prices, it's a no-brainer why honeymooners flock to Thailand. It's now time to dig a little deeper and uncover the most romantic destinations in Thailand. Here is A Guide to the Best Honeymoon Destinations in Thailand.

Koh Samui: With its beach clubs, super-luxe hotels, one-of-a-kind spas, sandy beaches and lush jungles, Koh Samui continues to be the favorite honeymoon destination.

Photo of Koh Samui, Ang Thong, Ko Samui District, Surat Thani, Thailand by Nomadic Foot

This is where you live the dream of sipping coconut water while swinging a hammock on a beach. In the evening, you can sit on the beach and watch the sky change shades. Once you get tired of lolling on the beach, brace yourself for the myriad attractions the island offers.

At night, you can stroll through the night markets, dine at a romantic restaurant, watch fire shows and if you are in the mood for it, attend crazy beach parties.

How to Reach: You can take a direct flight to Koh Samui from Bangkok, or take a flight to Suratthani from Bangkok and then a 1.5-hour ferry.

Krabi: Voted as one of the best getaways in Thailand, Krabi never ceases to surprise visitors with its natural beauty. It has more than 200 big and small islands nearby for you to explore.

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The ambiance in Krabi is so laid back that all you will do is sit back in your cozy resort and absorb the picturesque landscapes. If you ever feel like stepping out, discover Krabi's postcard-perfect beaches, emerald pools, natural hot water springs and stellar waterfalls by hiking through its national parks.

Nights in Krabi are quite mellow, with plenty of chilled out drinking joints. And there is no shortage of fantastic places where you can go for a special dinner date.

How to Reach: You can take a 1.5-hour flight from Bangkok to Krabi. Alternatively, You can take an overnight bus to Krabi.

Phuket: The bustling island of Phuket is home to some of the best luxury pool villas, amazing spas, elegant fine dining places and mega malls. Phuket's glorious beaches and warm climate have almost made it synonymous with a life of sunshine, sundecks, and sundowners.

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It's almost impossible to have a dull moment here - there are just a million things to do. With scuba diving, snorkeling, zip lining, bungee jumping and tonnes of similar activities, Phuket is a treat for all the adventurous couples.

The not-so-adventurous romantic lovebirds can choose to indulge in the island tours, cultural shows, sunset cruises and private beachside dinners.

How to Reach: You can take a 1.5-hour flight from Bangkok to reach Phuket.

Koh Lanta: Fancy a day swimming in the warm sea followed by a lazy nap on the hammock with the cool sea breeze kissing your face? Then Koh Lanta is the place for you to be!

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Boasting some of the best beaches in the world, Koh Lanta is the perfect destination for you if you are looking for a secluded i sland for your honeymoon in Thailand.

Lanta has fantastic scuba diving with incredible underwater visibility, bright corals, and masses of marine life. Its dive sites are touted to be some of the world's best. So be sure to tick this off your list.

You can spend the evenings on the island watching spectacular sunset views from its lovely beachside bars or walk hand in hand on its secluded beaches.

How to Reach: Take a flight from Bangkok to Krabi. A 2-hour ferry will then take you from Krabi to Koh Lanta.

Bangkok: Awe-inspiring temples, colorful street markets, spellbinding natural attractions, grand architecture and pulsating nightlife - Bangkok is the complete package when it comes to experiences. Hosting luxurious suites, gourmet dining, vibrant garden cafes and rooftop infinity pools, It is truly a city of romance.

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You and your better half can choose to walk along its grand temples, get a flavor of Thailand in its cultural shows, shop till you drop or simply spend quality time rejuvenating in the luxurious couple spas, Bangkok serves every wish. And perfectly!

How to Reach: Flights from all major countries fly to Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok.

Koh Lipe: This secret little island in Thailand is what dreams are made off. Luxury villas, radiant white beaches and a never-ending sheet of crystal clear blue waters, the small island has all that you seek on a heavenly honeymoon.

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Walk along with your special someone through the vibrant green rainforests winding onto the talc-smooth beaches. In fact, you can even explore the tiny island on foot and discover charming villages. Its electric blue waters are so clear, that you can snorkel just off the shore.

So if you are on the lookout for an out-of-the-way and yet a mind-blowing escape in Thailand, you know where to go!

You can also checkout Getting Stamped's guide to reading up more about Koh Lipe.

How to Reach: Fly from Bangkok to Hat Yai. Then take a 4.5-hour ferry journey from Hat Yai to Koh Lipe

Koh Samet: Once a backpacker hangout, Koh Samet is now challenging even Phuket and Krabi as island retreats. The bundle of beachside and hill resorts makes sure your honeymoon is nothing short of a fairy-tale getaway. Lying close to Bangkok, it is ideal for those who are short on time.

Photo of Koh Samet, Phe, Mueang Rayong District, Rayong, Thailand by Nomadic Foot

The island has enough patches of sand for even the pickiest beach bums. At night, the beaches come alive, hosting barbecue parties and fire juggling shows.

You can spend the day exploring the island's remote viewpoints for unadulterated views of the bay or scuba dive in its aquamarine waters. And don't forget to get a beachside massage while your here.

How to Reach: A 4-hour bus journey will take you from Bangkok to Ban Phe Pier from where you can get a ferry to Koh Samet.

Chiang Mai: Often referred to as "the rose of the north", Chiang Mai, previously a hidden gem, is now starting to gain attention among love-struck couples. This blissfully calm town is a perfect blend of unhindered beauty, rich history, authentic cuisine and friendly people.

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Being surrounded by rainforests and mist-topped mountains, it has an ideal terrain for hiking, river rafting, rock climbing and zip lining.

For the less adventurous couples, this sleepy country town has lots of local experiences such as monk chat programs, massage by prison mates, elephant training, Thai cooking classes and of course, the famed night markets!

While you are here, do try out the local cuisine, it will surely take your taste buds on an epic journey.

How to Reach: Take a 1.5-hour flight from Bangkok to get to Chiang Mai. Alternatively, you can also take a bus or an overnight train from Bangkok.

Koh Phi Phi: While the beaches lure, the rocky hillocks of Phi Phi are no less mesmerizing. The diverse topography of the island attracts honeymooners from across the globe.

Photo of Koh Phi Phi (Tonsai Pier), Ao Nang, Mueang Krabi District, Krabi, Thailand by Nomadic Foot

Colorful reefs wrap the island, making it popular for scuba diving and snorkeling. In fact, it has one of the cheapest scuba diving in Thailand.

Lovebirds can also go for the famed Maya Bay tour, which takes you to a beach hidden by limestone cliffs. A sight that has to be seen to be believed. When you're done with all of it, indulge in a private candlelight dinner by the beach or go for its thumping beach parties.

How to Reach: Take a flight from Bangkok to Phuket/Krabi. A 1.5-hour ferry journey from either of these places will take you to Phi Phi.

Koh Kood: Koh Kood is one of Thailand's last remaining unspoiled islands. It is perfect for a couple who wants to just disconnect from the world, while they get to know each other.

Photo of Koh Kood (Nam Leuk Pier), Ko Kut, Ko Kut District, Trat, Thailand by Nomadic Foot

During the day, you can rent a bike and explore its rubber and coconut tree plantations, sleepy fishing villages and jungle-clad interiors. Or just get a soothing open-air Thai massage. Nights are best spent sipping on a cold beer at a beachside cafe.

Does a trip ever get more relaxing than this?

How to Reach: Take a bus from Bangkok to Trat. A ferry from Trat would take you to Koh Kood. The total journey duration would be around 7 hours.

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