Featuring the best of Thailand for couples seeking adventure, relaxation, culture and more, this route provides the ideal once-in-a-lifetime romantic bonding experience to jump-start a lifelong partnership with fond memories.


Who would think that a bustling metropolis like Bangkok can be an ideal honeymoon destination Home to more than 10 million, the capital city has so much to offer for those wanting a romantic and intimate location to celebrate togetherness. Bangkok is wellknown for affordable luxury, and features hotels that are constantly vying for the world’s best.

Day 1

Temple Tour

Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Wat Pho, Wat Arun, Wat Tri Mit

Honeymooners can enjoy the cultural side, as the temples of Bangkok are an intricate part of the city’s soul and a visit to the Thai capital is not complete without seeing at least the main historical ones. The must-see temples include the majestic Wat Phra Kaeo, or Temple of the Emerald Buddha which is considered as the most sacred temple in the country, the supremely serene Wat Pho, the world-famous Wat Arun or Temple of Dawn, and the amazing Wat Tri Mit or Temple of the Golden Buddha.

The Grand Palace

The most visited and remembered landmark of Thailand, The Grand Palace in Bangkok is where every visitor must pay a visit at least once in their lifetime. The construction of the Grand Palace began in 1782 during the reign of King Rama I, the founder of Chakri Dynasty, to become a royal residence, and it has been the utmost architectural symbol of Thailand ever since. The major attraction of the Outer Court is the Temple of Emerald Buddha, the residence of Thailand’s most sacred Buddhist sculpture: Phra Kaeo Morakot (the Emerald Buddha) Entrance fee: 500 Baht, inclusive of access to Wat Phra Kaeo, The Royal Thai Decorations & Coins Pavilion and Queen Sirikit Museum of Textile, which are located within the Grand Palace compound, and to Vimanmek Mansion Museum on Ratchawithi Road.


Wat Pho

Wat Pho is not only one of the most visited Buddhist temples in Bangkok but it is where history, medical science and educational institute combined. Officially named Wat Prachetuphon Vimon Mangkararam, Wat Pho was believed to be founded during the 16th century and was later served as The Royal Temple of King Rama I of Chakri Dynasty. Laid inside the main ordination hall is the sacred 46-meter Reclining Buddha whose feet are beautifully inlaid with mother-of-pearl, carved with holy signs. Wat Pho is, among Thais, also known as “the nation’s first public university,” thanks to 1,360 marble inscriptions about medical, historical and liberal sciences places all around the temple where the people can read and learn anytime. Marble inscriptions about medical
sciences, anatomy and orthopedics are the origins of Wat Pho Thai traditional massage principles, which has made Wat Pho a world’s famous site. The traditional service, nowadays, is also available at the nearby pavilion. In 2008, Wat Pho was listed
UNESCO’s Memory of the World (MOW) as a documentary heritage for Asia and Pacific Region.


Night Life and Rooftop Restaurants

For a bit of nightlife, Bangkok will not disappoint. Being a city that never sleeps and having established itself as Asia’s capital of cool, Bangkok’s diverse nightlife scene centers around Sukhumvit and Silom Roads, and features everything from excellent live music and good jazz clubs to ultra bool bars, trendy clubs, and great restaurants.


VERTIGO - Banyan Tree Bangkok Sathorn

This alfresco bar-cum-restaurant is 61 floors above the bustling streets of Bangkok, overlooking a magnificent cityscape. The stylish setting fuses fairytale romance and cosmopolitan chic.
Indulge in some of the world’s finest champagne, exotic cocktails, wine-by-the-glass or non-alcoholic beverages in the bar area, or go all the way for a memorable dinner of barbecued seafood.


Day 2

Spa and Massage

Thailand is second to none when it comes to spas and massages and Bangkok has
among the finest in the world. Most hotel spas and those individual ones offer exclusive
couples suites, complete with their own private Jacuzzi and shower rooms where
couples can enjoy the best massages while in the company of each other. Nothing
beats spending the afternoon lazing away with your partner in a peaceful spa retreat
being pampered from head to toe.

WAT PHO – Traditional Thai Massage

Wat Pho is considered the home of traditional Thai massage, with the guiding principles of massage actually inscribed in stone within the temple grounds. Massage skills have been honed and cultivated at Wat Pho for centuries so you are in really good hands. Wat Pho also run a school, so if you enjoy the treatment you could even take a new skill home! We recommend that you book your massage before you look around the temple as after midday it can get busy. A massage in the air-conditioning here is a welcome treat after visiting the temples. A recent refurbishment has added floor to ceiling windows that offer a great view of the glittering buildings, but if the sun is out they will close the thick blinds and you can forget about the bustle of Bangkok. An hour Thai massage is 420 baht, but the price is worth it to experience your own slice of history. Wat Pho offers a massage lesson for tourist as well.

8 am – 6 pm
Maharat Road. Close to the river (about a half mile south of the Grand Palace), Old City (Rattanakosin)


Peninsula Spa

The Spa is located in a stunning three-storey Thai colonial-style building by the river, which houses a number of private suites with steam showers and an ensuite whirlpool overlooking the Chao Phraya River. Pampering at The Spa is worthy of royalty. With traditional methods from European, Oriental and Ayurvedic philzzosophies seamlessly combining with modern comforts.
Select from a list of indulgent massages and facials or have one of The Spa’s highly trained therapists create a bespoke treatment tailor-made to suit your needs for a truly wholesome and enlightening experience.


Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok’s I.Sawan Residential Spa & Club – Urban Detox Massage

With its extensive array of nightlife and overindulgences, Bangkok can take a lot out of travelers. This massage uses a detoxifying blend of juniper, grapefruit, and eucalyptus oils applied with lymphatic drainage, rhythmic, and flushing techniques. Available in
three time durations, the detox helps rid the body of toxins while easing muscles and mental exhaustion. The spa embraces its mythical concept of the “fifth level of heaven” and offers a refreshing retreat from its urban surroundings. Hidden way in the garden of the Grand Hyatt, the spa encloses the Greenhouse Fitness Center, pool, Jacuzzi, and wet areas with steam, sauna, and cold and hot plunge pools.

HARNN Heritage Spa

Embracing the Eastern wisdom passed down from generation to generation perfected over thousands of years, HARNN Heritage Spa focuses on restoring natural balance of body and mind. At HARNN, we take pride in our heritage; the legacy of our ancestors is treasured and their wisdom has been embraced with gratitude.
Inspired by the practice of traditional Asian medicine and naturopathy, each HARNN treatment is thoughtfully designed to enrich your relaxing experience. Here, only the finest botanical ingredients are used to create and complete harmony between man and Mother Nature.


Blue Elephant Cooking School

The longstanding Blue Elephant is Bangkok’s best-equipped cooking school. Two courses are offered daily, with the morning session featuring a visit to a local market and the afternoon session including a detailed introduction to Thai ingredients.

Lessons: 8:45 a.m.-1 p.m. & 1:15 p.m.-4.30 p.m. Monday-


Amita Cooking School

Each Cooking Class at Amita Thai Cooking Class has been designed as a half day course in the morning from 9.30 am to 1.30 pm, there are thai cooking class every day of the week (except on
Wednesday which is closed). Please see our Thai Cooking Class Program for more details.

The Thai Cooking Class that we offer are completely hands on and conducted in English, students will be provided their own cooking station and utensils to prepare and cook all 4 dishes by themselves. The Thai cooking class are limited to a maximum of ten participants to ensure individual attention for everyone.

Our instructor and her assistant with an extensive knowledge of Thai ingredients and Thai cooking methods will demonstrate.


Dinner River Cruise

Spice-up the romance with A River Cruise - Gliding down the historical Chao Phraya River to admire significant landmarks along its banks is an absolute must if you are in the capital city. Cruise usually take just a couple of hours, while the one heading to Pra Nakhon Sri Ayutthaya are longer.


Evening Supanniga Champagne Dinner Cruise Degustation

Accessible, modern and respecting Thai heritage; owners of the Supanniga Eating Room have brought their dining philosophy to the Chao Phraya River with a 6-course set dining cruise option of extraordinary quality – with one glass of champagne included.


Day 3


Ratchaprasong Intersection, Chatuchak Weekend Market, Silom

Even for Honeymooners, a trip to Bangkok without shopping is unimaginable. Huge megamalls are never far, especially in the CBD area around the Ratchaprasong Intersection, and they carry the best brand names and have everything anyone ever wanted to buy. Besides the air-conditioned mall, there are some impressive open-are bazaars like the Chatuchak Weekend Market where local souvenirs and intricately handcrafted goods can be found. Bangkok’s gems and jewelry market around Silom and the surrounding areas is thriving and great deals can be found on gold, diamonds and gemstones. A perfect place to get your loved one that ring or pendant you have always wanted to.

Siam Paragon – World Class Shopping

This world-class shopping center is regarded one of Thailand’s most luxury shopping paradises. The 500,000 sq.m mall contains more than 350 flagship stores of the world’s top brands, such as Louis Vuitton, Hermes, Chanel, Prada, Cartier and Mikimoto, as well as high-street favorites like H&M and Zara. Siam Paragon also offers more than 100 selections of international restaurants, plus Exotic Thai where you find the best of Thai arts and crafts. On the basement kids will love to explore the underwater world at Siam Ocean World while the top floor is home to 16 cinemas of Paragon Cineplex where you never miss the latest blockbusters.


Chatuchak Weekend Market – World’s Largest Market

This world’s largest market is commonly known among Thais as JJ (jay jay). With more than 15,000 retailers in 27 sections, occupying some 27 acre space, what makes Chatuchak busy every weekend is not only the fun of bargaining prices but an incredible variety of merchandise it has to offer, from latest fashion items and vintage decor finds to Thai crafts and teak wood tables. Section 1 gets you books and magazines, while Sections 2-4 see shops of young fashion designers. Vintage clothing items are in Sections 5-6 while art pieces are in Sections 7-9. Sections 10-24 gets you a mix of miscellaneous stuff, and you will find tables, chairs, lamps and decor items in Sections 25-27. Though the market officially opens at 7am in the morning, shoppers usually go in the afternoon when the weather is not too hot and they will hang around till 7 or 8pm.

Asiatique the River Front – Night Market

Asiatique has successfully combined two of the most popular shopping experiences in the city: a night bazaar and a mall. Ten minutes downriver from Saphan Taksin BTS station this once-bustling international trade port has been transformed, with over 1,500 boutiques and 40 restaurants housed under a huge replica warehouse complex. Open from 5 pm., spending an evening here is no problem: you’ll have good fun browsing the boutiques, picking up gifts or something for yourself; you are guaranteed to find something you would like to eat and if this isn’t enough entertainment, shows are performed nightly: Calypso ladyboy cabaret and soon, a classic Thai puppets performance.

Day 4

Ayutthaya Day Trip

Travel to Ayutthaya Ancient Capital of Thailand by a cruise along Chaophraya River

Couples will experience the simple living of people, their homes and some of the historic buildings. You will see the lush green paddy fields contrasting with the growing industrial areas. The ruins of temples and palaces of Ayutthaya, whether naturally worn by time or destroyed by activities of war, are a reflection of a golden and glorious past. Throughout the trip expert guides explain the history and legends of the respective sights, insuring a priceless visit for the visitors. The various sights have been carefully chosen for the visitor to make a comparative study of the past, the present and the natural beauty of Thailand’s countryside, making the visit an unforgettable experience.

A river cruise brings honeymooners a combination of both the ruins and the remaining historical Attractions of Ayutthaya (Bang Pa In Summer Palace, Wat Maha That, Wat Na Phra Mane, Wat Lokayasutharam). In afternoon, sailing along the Chao Phraya River back to Bangkok. Enjoy the fascinating sights along the river banks as the wonderful Grand Palace and the Wat Phra Keo (The Emerald Buddha Temple), the graceful Wat Arun.

Most river cruise will serve buffet Lunch “delicious meals served in the luxurious surroundings of the cruise boat”. Throughout the journey couples are able to watch the Chao Phraya River banks scenery from a cruise, either on deck in the fresh cool tropical air or from the refreshing airconditioned passenger room. Either view you get an amazingly clear view of the life of the inhabitants that dwell along the river, and the unforgettable scenery of children as they greet the visitors going by, making it an altogether worthwhile experience.

Grand Pearl – Luxury River Cruise & Dining Experience

Grand Pearl Cruise offers unrivaled service—experience and enjoy the impressions and comfort the journey has to offer. Dine with candlelight aboard prestigious yacht-like cruise vessels, exquisite oriental and western cuisine, professionally guided tours to temples and palaces and an exemplary service, all add up to an unforgettable vacation. Please explore our website to see what cruise tour itineraries we offer; read the details and see what our guests have enjoyed most when traveling with Grand Pearl. Call your travel agent or contact us when you are prepared to book your trip of a lifetime!


White Orchid River Cruise



Recommended Hotels

There are many five-star hotels that provide great service and luxury leisure experience in Bangkok metropolitan area. We encourage you to go to the website for further information, and to ensure that the prospect hotel would meet your requirement. Then, you can contact your preferred hotels directly for a reservation, or contact your travel agent.

St. Regis Bangkok


Mandarin Oriental Bangkok


Peninsula Bangkok


W Hotel Bangkok


The Metropolitan Hotel Bangkok


The Sukhothai Bangkok


The Sala Rattanakosin


137 Pillar House Bangkok


CHIANG MAI (Days 5–7)

Chiang Mai is a dynamic and modern city which has successfully managed to combine its reach history and traditions with its increasingly modern side. This misty, northern province seems to have been created exclusively for two people in love as its beautiful emerald green mountains and spectacular scenery is a wonderful choice for honeymoon vacation. Chiang Mai is truly a magical place that will enchant you with an unforgettable mix of laid-back atmosphere, adventure, culture and fun. Ancient temples, charming boutiques and vibrant street life make the city of Chiang Mai a great romantic break for history and culture lovers as well as gourmets and shopaholics. Not to be missed are the Night Bazaar and Walking Street.

Day 5

Morning - Elephant Trekking

Elephants are gentle, amazing creatures which have always been a big part of Thai culture. Couples from abroad may find it presently fascinating to ride on their backs through lush woods and streams together. It is possible to try this amazing experience in nearly every part of the country as elephants are truly beloved by all Thais.

Patara Elephant Farm invites you to a hands on experience taking care and interaction with an elephant. The 'Elephant Owner for a Day' is a special programme created for everyone to learn and interact and take care of an elephant such as any owner would do on a daily basis. You will be trained to approach the elephant correctly, know the elephants temperament, feed and check the elephants health, you will also get to bath and brush the elephant as well as riding on the elephants neck


Baanchang Elephant Park

Our goal is to teach visitors about the importance elephant preservation and proper eating, sleeping, bathing, and exercising methods. One method of providing exercise for our elephants and a learning experience for our visitors is to allow visitors, to a limited
extent, to ride elephants "bareback." As you can imagine, caring for exploited and abused elephants is a continuous, difficult, and costly process. To date, Baanchang Elephant Park has provided a home and a purpose for domesticated elephant with the generous support of visitors who take advantage of the once-in-a lifetime opportunity for an
elephant Training.


Evening - MAI Thanon Kon Dern Chiang Mai

Opening hours: Saturday – Sunday , 3 pm - 9 pm

Thanon Kon Dern (or a walking street market) is located in Amphoe Muang. Every Saturday and Sunday, Chiang Mai municipality will close some of the roads for local people to bring out their handicraft products for sale. The area receives high interest among tourists from every parts of Thailand, and also from various foreign countries, such as Europe and Asia. Thanon Kon Dern in Chiang Mai has 4 spots.
1.Thanon Kon Dern Wua Lai (Saturday market) 2.Thanon Kon Dern Tar Paer (Sunday market) 3.Kad Ton Gong (Saturday Morning market)
4.Thanon Kon Dern –Sai Sankampang handicraft route


Night Bazaar

Operating day: Every Day, Operating time : 4 pm - 10 pm

A commercial-centric Chang Klan Road in Chiang Mai Town turns itself into a bustling shopping street after the sunset, The Night Bazaar is where to hunt for crafts, handmade products and souvenirs at affordable price tags. Remember that bargaining is a must do.


Day 6

Early Morning – Air Balloon

Ballooning is one of the best and the most extraordinary activities in the world that anyone should not missed. Moreover, Chiang Mai is the world top tourist destination where offer a wealth of historic and cultural site as well as the scenic of countryside waiting to be discovered. Those who love outdoor activities, let start off your holiday with our bird's eye view tour on the first morning of your arrival is a must. Flying a balloon allows the wind above the sky lead you to experience what it's like to feel relax and weightlessness. You will be above the ground up to the cloud ceiling to explore the beautiful and romantic run rise and the panoramic view of Chiang Mai's landscape.


Morning – Bor Sang Umbrella Craft

Bor Sang mid-sized craft village about nine kilometres east of the Old City specialises in the paper umbrella-making craft. Well known for outstanding handcraft quality as well as signature floral designs, Bor Sang Village has made its name throughout the country and abroad – so much so that the name Bor Sang has become synonymous with the paper-umbrella craft itself and the umbrella, a cultural symbol of Chiang Mai.


Wualai Silversmiths Village

Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday, 09.00 am - 5.00 pm

Wualai Silversmiths Village is located in Wua Lai Walking Street. The village that produces silverware which has become Chiang Mai's famous and precious handicraft. Creating silverware is both art and craft which require delicacy for the beautiful and unique design that is the characteristic of Wualai silverware. Also, tourists can do their own work.


Ban Tawai - The Village of Handicraft

Opening Hours: Every Day, 8 am – 5 pm

Awarded OTOP tourism village of Thailand, this handicraft village is one of the major cultural attractions of Chiang Mai. Best known for its high quality at bargained price of wide variety of wooden, bronzeware, silverware handicraft and hand-woven textile, the village is just an hour from Chiang Mai city.


Evening – Oasis Spa Chiang Mai

Opening hours: Daily 10 am – 10 pm

The award-winning Oasis Spa is one of Thailand’s best spa sanctuaries, which was born in Chiang Mai in 2003. With branches around Thailand, three in Chiang Mai alone, the original spa on
Sirimangkalacharn Road is set in a charming teakwood house completed with Lanna accents, offering a classy-yet-relaxing ambience. Aimed to create the oasis in the middle of the city, Oasis Spa promises to deliver the best treatments using finest ingredients and by the well-trained therapists.


RarinnJinda Wellness Spa

Indulge yourself at Thailand's leading wellness spa with expertise therapists and latest spa technologies. Step into the Spa at Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai and enter a luxurious temple
of harmony for body, mind and spirit – an indulgent sanctuary created exclusively for your pleasure and well-being. Our spa treatments are divided according to Thailand's social harmony. The concept of social harmony is very important – from consideration for others to maintaining one’s own equilibrium. Traditionally, the Thai social system is arranged into six distinct groups: Servers, Farmers, Craftsmen,
Noblemen, Royalty and Monks. Each group is recognized for its own unique beauty, wisdom and humbleness, and offers many gifts to the wider society.


The Dheva Spa and Wellness Centre

A palatial 3,100 square metre sanctuary embellished with ornate mouldings and sculptures depicting sacred animals or symbolic Buddhist motifs, loyally recreated by 150 Chiang Mai artisans from the original Burmese template in Mandalay, Myanmar. To complete, the entire structure took over three and a half years to complete.

Opening hour: 09.00 am - 10.00 pm


Day 7

National Park & Lanna Style Experience


Opening Hours: Every Day ,6.00 am - 4.30 pm

Part of the Himalayan mountain range, Doi Inthanon is Thailand’s tallest peak at 2,565 metres above the sea level. Doi Inthanon National Park covers an area of 482.4 square kilometers in three districts of Chiang Mai province. Cool climate lovers should visit the park during December to February, which is winter and you also get a chance to see the blossom of Siamese Sakura flowers all over the area.

Admission: 300 baht for adults, 150 baht for children



Opening Hours: Every Day, 9 am – 5 pm

Doi Ang Khang is on Highway No. 107 (Chiang Mai-Fang). Turn left at an intersection around Km. 137 (at Mae Kha Market) and proceed to Doi Ang Khang for a further distance of 25 kilometres. It is a steep zigzagging asphalt road. Therefore, only vehicles in good condition and experienced drivers can make the trip. The local truck (Song Thaeo) from Mae Kha Market offers chartered service to the splendid mountain. The area has a cool climate all year round, particularly from December to January, when much of the area is frosty. During that period, visitors should be prepared to cope with cold weather. Accommodation is available.


Evening - Yee Peng Festival

The Yi (or Yee) Peng Festival is a religious festival held every year in Chiang Mai to show respect for Buddha, often confused with Loi Krathong as it occurs around the same time. The date of the festival usually coincides with Loi Krathong, but the Yi Peng festival is focused around sky lanterns that are released, and said to end a one’s bad
luck or misfortune, especially if it disappears from view before the ire goes out. You can partake in the Lantern Festival on the full moon night in November with Yeepeng Lanna International at Dhudongkasatan Lanna, Maejo Sansai. The mass lantern release is around 8 -9pm.


Khantoke Dinner

The Khantoke Dinner at the Old Chiang Mai Cultural Center is based around the traditional Thai dinner and dancing show. For the Khantoke dinner guests sit on bamboo mats on the floor and are served a range of northern Thai food to share with the table. The food includes a rich chicken curry and a Burmese style pork curry, fried chicken, sticky rice, vegetables with a spicy chili dip and the northern delicacy of deep fried pork skin. While you sit and eat a variety of Traditional Thai dances are shown on stage including sword dancing and a popular drum performance



Chiang Mai features an amazing array of accommodation choices, including dozens of momand-
pop guesthouses, mid-range hotels, and some of the finest luxury resorts in Thailand.

Mae Hong Son (days 9-12)

Mae Hong Son province has another name as ‘the city of three mists’ because it is surrounded by high mountains with cold temperature and covered with mist all 3 seasons. The city is rich of the beauty of natural resources – mountains, forests, flowers leading the city to one of the must-see cities in Thailand.

Day 9

Romantic Paths

Early Morning –Su Tong Pae Bridge

Su Tong Pae bamboo bridge is a very hidden treasure with awesome view and
especially in the early morning with mist. Su Tong Pae bridge crosses Sa-Nga river and a rice field, located on the outskirts of Mae Hong Son City was built by villagers to serve the monks of Wat Tham Poo Sa Ma and locals of Ban Gung Mai Sak.


Doi Mae Ou Kor

On the hill of Mae Ou Kor village, Khun Yuam District, Mae Hong Son, a kind of beautiful bright yellow flower called “Bua Tong” has been talked about for many years. The flower only blooms in the winter and covers the entire valley with a sunny carpet. Bua Tong, originated in Central America and the Caribbean and is said to have been brought into Thailand by Christian missionaries and was previously called Bung Tong or Mexican Sunflower. Tourists who look down into the valley cannot help but be amazed by the bright yellow carpet of the Bua Tong fields waving in the morning sunlight. Another way to enjoy this place is by driving slowly along the Mae Jam-Khun Yuam public road no. 1263 and
admiring the beauty of Bua Tong flowers amongst the mountain mist.


Day 10

Pang Oung

Pang Oung

Pang Oung is a pretty and serene lake in a valley glittering with sunlight surrounded by mountain ranges. The area has an incredibly soothing atmosphere and draws comparison to Switzerland and New Zealand. Many still doubt that this natural beauty and serenity can be experienced in Thailand. Pang Oung, also called the Second Pang Tong Royal Project, is situated about forty-four kilometers from Mueng District. Inside the project is
Ruam Thai village where delicious and aromatic coffee amidst exquisite flower gardens is offered.

Rafting in the lake is not to be missed. Relax yourself on the raft and admire the spectacular scenery. Six kilometers away from the village, you can sip and buy tea at Ruk Thai village, a village with Yunnan Chinese culture. The tea leaves and preserved fruits
are very famous. Do not miss Arabia coffee at Foodbank Coffee Shop. Many of villagers in the area grow coffee and sell the beans at a reasonable price. Pang Oung can be visited all year though winter is very highly recommended for its unique beauty.


Day 11

Pai, Mae Hong Son

Further to the northwest of Chiang Mai lies an idyllic village in the northern province of Mae Hong Son called Pai, a quiet little town which has recently become a popular choice for honeymooners. Many charming and well-appointed bungalows are dotted around the village; several overlooking mountains, while others have great view of tiered rice field along the hillside.

During the day – Natural Hot Springs

Natural hot springs are also found in Pai; so at dusk after a long day exploring the village on a bicycles, there is nothing more romantic for a honeymoon couple to soak and unwind in naturally-formed rock pool filled with mineral-rich spring water along with flutes of Brut Imperial in their hands.


Night Market

Not to be missed is the night market where the streets are closed-off for pedestrians. The atmosphere is enhanced by life jazz music from pubs along the street while crowds of visitors enjoy bargaining for locally made goods like T-shirts, hand-woven scarves, and all kinds of unique goods. The atmosphere is perfect for a romantic night out with just a twist of culture.

Day 12

Amphoe Pai

Phra Thad Mae Yen Temple

Wat Phra That Mae Yen (Temple on the Hill) has a peaceful, serene atmosphere, suitable for admiring a vast panoramic view of Amphoe Pai. The perfect time to appreciate the scenery is during the dawn, and the sunset. There has been no evidences on when Phra That was built. Within the temple area, there are only Phra Ubosot, and a 3-meter-high white bell-shaped chedi, with a round pedestal, and the outstanding umbrella-shaped top in Burmese style. Tourists usually come up to see the view, and worship the Reclining Buddha image before their back trips.



Recommend Hotels & Restaurants

Pai Island Resort


Reverie Siam Resort


The 10 Best Romantic Restaurant in Pai


The 10 Best Romantic Hotels in Pai of 2018


PHUKET - KRABI (days 13-17)

A deserted beach with picture-perfect sunset is, for a lot of people, one of the most imaginable romantic scenes. Because of this, a large percentage of couple planning their honeymoon in Thailand inevitably focus their attention on a beach destination, as the kingdom is home to some of the best beaches and islands in the world. While there are
so many to choose from, it can be a real task to find the perfect one.

Day 13


Southern Thailand’s Andaman Coast and its out-lying islands are simply marvelous. Phuket, the country’s largest island, lives and breathes romance even though caters to the mainstream tourist expectation of shopping, night life and entertainment. Still, there
are many more beaches hidden away, perfectly ideal for those wanting to find a quiet, intimate location to spend with their new spouse. The island offers the best of both world as you will find international restaurants and fresh seafood, gorgeous luxury hotels, shopping, live shows, art galleries and romantic little cafes hidden among a myriad of
pristine, white sandy beaches. Most of the hotels and resorts are dotted along the west beaches from north to south, with Phuket international Airport at the north of island. Diving, snorkeling, and excursions to surrounding islets are readily available through
travel agents or let the hotel concierge make the arrangements. The best months to visit
the Andaman are from mid-November to April, as this is the monsoon period, although many actually prefer the off-season

A Morning at the Beach – Hat Karon

Karon is a four-kilometer long beach south of Patong, making it is one of the longest beaches in Phuket. Its character is quieter with fewer tourists than Patong, with a variety of accommodation and restaurant options, from upscale to affordable and from classic to cutting-edge.

A Morning at the Beach – Hat Kamala

A peaceful, quiet beach located two kilometers north of Kalim and Patong beaches, Kamala is home to Phuket’s luxurious resorts and Phuket’s muslim community.

A Morning at the Beach – Hat Kata

Kata is a sister beach of Karon, located southward from Karon Beach. The golden sand beach is best known as a home to the world-famous, activity-focused resort of Club Med. South of Kata Beach, divided be a steep cliff, is a more private and compact beach of Kata Noi.

A Morning at the Beach – Hat Mai Khao

Hat Mai Khao is a beach on the northwestern side of Phuket, Thailand. It's also known as Airport Beach or Sanambin Beach (the Thai word for "airport"), as it's very close to the airport. The northern portion is known as Hat Sai Khao, a long sandy beach with groves of Casuarina trees along the shore.

A Morning at the Beach – Hat Mai Khao

For couples who love seclusion and peace, and seek a magnificent place that is free of people, Ao Sane is an excellent target. It has a very small beach that is not entirely white and the sand is slightly coarser compared to that of other beaches. The beach encompasses a range of small and large rocks, is rather quiet and has few visitors. It does, however, offer facilities for tourists – accommodation at medium-grade hotels or in small bungalows can be found not far from the beach, and there is one restaurant.

Afternoon – Spa & Wellness

The Best Spas in Phuket

An Evening in Old Phuket Town

Phuket was one of the major Peranakan Chinese cultural centrals, along with Singapore, Malacca and Penang, thanks to the dramatic growing of tin mining business in early 19th century, luring in a large number of Chinese merchants from the China mainland. It was led to the constructions of Sino-Portuguese mansions and shop houses in the Phuket town. These buildings were the residence of tin mine tycoons, and their descendants, featuring unique Peranakan architectural styles. Each shop house looks narrow from the front but its space spans as long as ten meters or more to the back, making there’s a vast space to accommodate a lot of people. Walk along the roads of Dibuk, Phang-Nga, Yaowarat, Thalang and Krabi to admire the beauty of crafted facade of the remaining shop houses. Some of them are now open as a boutique hotel you can also try lodging.


Day 14

Diving in the Deep Blue Sea

Koh He 'Coral Island'

Off the southern shore of Panwa Cape lies the beautiful island famous for its white powdery beach and unspoiled coral reefs, thus it’s also named Coral Island. Koh He is ideal for swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving as well as choices of water sports all year round thanks to its location with least effect from monsoon. Located not far from the main island Koh He is a popular one-day tour from Phuket you can easily take a boat from Chalong Bay, which takes only half an hour.

Koh Mai Ton

Koh Mai Ton is the dreamed island of honeymoon couples, being the private place of beautiful nature and perfect facilities. The clean white beach slopping little by little to the
sea gives good area for swimming. The coral reefs of 1 km lies at the east of the island ahead of the beach while another part of the island has only stones and rocks facing the
strong wind and waves. All over the island are fertile forests offering shady delightful surroundings to Koh Mai Ton for a long time. Ko Mai Ton is a private island close to Phuket, it's about 15 minutes away by speedboat. To come here is to feel the real privacy at the white beach, the area of abundant coral reefs and many activities. Or else, just rest comfortably on the beach seats listening to the sound of wind and waves.

Phuket Romantic Cuisine

Most restaurants on Phuket serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods. Most guesthouse and resorts have restaurants that serve both, while in the more popular beaches, such as Patong, there are restaurants specializing in various international cuisines, such as Italian and German. Beachside, seafood barbeque restaurants are also common, as dining on fresh seafood is certainly a Phuket attraction. Thanks to the diversity of visitors to Phuket and the variety of restaurants established to cater to them, tourists are hardly starved for choice when dining on Phuket.

12 Great Romantic Restaurants in Phuket

Mom Tri’s Kitchen

Mom Tri’s Kitchen is an excellent restaurant serving world-class cuisine and over 800 labels of wine. From hot crab soufflé, crab cake, and veal-cheek stew on the European menu to lamb massaman and pan-grilled Phuket lobster on the Thai menu, Mom Tri’s cuisine is varied and caters for every taste. Set above the Kata Noi beach, the restaurant provides a romantic setting with breathtaking views of the sea and the soothing sound of waves crashing onto the rocks down below. Stop by for the daily cocktail special and marvel at the amazing sunset before indulging in one of Mom Tri’s delicious dishes.


Krabi (days 15 – 17)

Day 15

Island Hopping in Krabi

Railay/Phranang Bay

Among its world renowned spots, one not to be missed is Railay/Phranang Bay that always keep visitors awe-stricken with its indisputable postcard-perfect beauty. Railay has risen from peaceful fishing village to a world-class tourist destination, thanks to its imposing limestone cliffs that shoot out of the crystal blue waters to tower over the white sandy beaches. Railay actually covers three beaches, each with its own distinctive character. Railay West is the longest, featuring white sand and shallow water. Though Railay West is ideal for sunbathing, do be warned that the southern-end is pretty rocky. Being also the most popular, you’ll find a collection of resorts, restaurants and beach bars serving visitors. Further north is Ton Sai Bay, a good spot for rock climbing and affordable rooms. Railay West, and Ton Sai, are at the most beautiful at sunset, when those steep cliffs are silhouetted against the sky. Opposite Railay West is Railay East, which is actually really just part of a bigger mangrove swamp. Though it’s not great for swimming, it’s the best place to catch a beautiful sunrise. Sitting between Railay West and East is Phranang Beach, named after the cave containing a sacred Buddha image that can be found on this beach. A lot smaller than Railay West and East, Phranang is the best beach for swimming, with clean, white powdery sand and crystal clear, shallow water.

Ko Phi Phi

For the past years. Ko Phi Phi have been making a name for themselves among international tourists, even-before its film debut in Leonardo Di Caprio’s “The Beach” which came out in 2000. Crystal clear water, mysterious towering cliffs and baby-powder beaches, perfectly arranged by Mather Nature, are the trails that define the vicinity’s
heart-shopping sceneries. Though accommodations are available only on Ko Phi Phi Done-the largest of cluster, day trip from Phuket and Krabi to witness the beauty of the
area is very popular and a must for couples. Highlights include Ao Maya (the location of “The Beach” movie), Ao Phi Leh, Phi Phi Lay and Phi Phi Don.

Lanta Yai and Lanta Noi

South of Phi Phi lies a couple of smaller island, Lanta Yai and Lanta Noi. Lanta Yai is an idyllic destination that is neither too isolated nor crowded. In fact, it is the sort of place for a laidback honeymoon where you can expect some cute restaurants and friendly beach bar scenes rather than the full-scale nightlife of Patong.

Day 16

The Emerald Pool (Sra Morakot)

Hot Spring Waterfall (Namtok Ron Khlong Thom)

Usually with a tour the Hot Springs are seen at the same time as the Emerald Pool as they are not too far apart. Located in the jungle they are nature's own hot-tub jacuzzis where the water here comes from thermal springs, originating deep underground in volcanic chambers. Natural hollowed out "bathtubs" are filled to the brim with fresh running spring water at a pleasant 35-42C. After a soak, take a refreshing dip in the cool river below. A hit for all the family with the children enjoying a change from bathing in the sea and pool and others that wish to just soak away their aches and pains!

Krabi Town Market

Although Ao Nang also has markets it is well worth a visit to the weekend "walking street" market in Krabi Town. It is only on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights and for fun and variety with a stage show of local talent provided.

Day 17

The Tiger Cave Temple

The Tiger Cave Temple (Wat Tum Suea)

Aptly named because of the rock outgrowth nearby resembles a tiger's claw, is considered by the Krabi Buddhists to be one of the most sacred sites in the province and well worth a visit. Some 250 monks and nuns live in the temple compounds at the moment. The staircases up to the temple are rather challenging however the view from the top, combined with the lovely Buddha statuary, makes the summit of the hill an unforgettably beautiful place.

Spa and Wellness

Many like to unwind on holiday by experiencing blissful treatments and Krabi offers some of the best spas in Thailand whether it be under a canopy on the beach or in a 5-star luxury resort you will certainly find something to suit your need.


Hotel Recommendations in Krabi

The Ritz Carlton Reserved Phulay Bay


Tubkaak Boutique Resort


Rayavadee Resort


Amari Vogue Krabi


The Pelican Krabi Resort