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No matter where you go in Thailand, you will find tropical climes, friendly people, incredible service, and mouthwatering delicacies, which are all key ingredients for a perfect romantic getaway.We have selected some of Thailand’s most popular romantic locales for honeymoons and passionate retreats, as well as a few recommendations for lesser known locales that are familiar mostly to locals and savvy frequent travelers to Thailand. In addition, the out of Bangkok locations are all rather easily accessed by plane, car, or rail, depending on your mood and preferred means of conveyance.
Each destination has its own distinct character, from the breathtaking mountain scenery steeped in ancient Lanna culture of the north, to the vibrant urban sexiness of Bangkok, to golden beaches and fantastical islands of the south, there is always somewhere in Thailand that can meet your mood and needs. Thailand’s hotels and resorts have a well-deserved reputation as some of the best in the world, and there is a wide range of accommodations that suit your budget and ideal ambience.Combined with pampering spas and spirit-rousing attractions, a romantic trip to Thailand—be it an extended dream honeymoon or a lovers retreat weekend —always has the potential to be extra magical and utterly unforgettable.
A mere one hour flight from Bangkok takes you to the charming, open-air boutique airport of Ko Samui, a coconut tree-lined island offering white sand beaches, pristine jungles, and a vibrant nightlife.
The capital of the ancient Lanna Kingdom, Chiang Mai is the largest and most culturally significant city in the North of Thailand.
The Pearl of the Andaman, Phuket is Thailand’s largest island and one of the most popular beach destinations in Asia.
The oldest beach resort in Thailand and still one of the most popular, Hua Hin draws visitors with clean white sand, clear blue waters, and a tranquil atmosphere perfect for a peaceful and tranquil holidays.
Thailand may be world famous for its stunning beaches, but the mountains are no less beloved by locals.
Just off the coast of Krabi, Ko Lanta is popular with tourists seeking a holiday away from the parties.
Not to be confused with the similarly named Koh Phang Ngan, which home of the raucous Full Moon Parties, Phang Nga province is a short boat ride from the northern tip of Phuket.