by Emily Garcia
Visit romantic Thailand for everlasting memories
Tourists the world over consider Thailand as one of their top ten traveldestinations.
A percentage of those tourists who visit would be newlyweds, who go to Thailand for a romantic getaway during their honeymoon.
It should come as no surprise, as Thailand’s Exotic Culture, Landscape and Amazing Beaches should help them enjoy their first few days together as husband and wife.
If you are planning to go on honeymoon to the “Land of Smiles” ,you will find below some of the most popular Thailand honeymoon destinations that you will surely enjoy with your new spouse.
If you are planning to fly to Thailand via Bangkok ,then you will not be disappointed if you spend at least a couple of nights in the capital.
The notoriously vibrant Bangkok Nightlife may also give couples a burst of excitement at being on vacation together for the first time as newlyweds.
There’s also tons of shopping to do at the capital, especially if you make your way to J.J.Weekend Market or Chatuchak Market to give it it’s official name!. For those who prefer to acquaint themselves with Thai culture, there are numerous parks and temples for you to visit.
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If you want to chill out rather than having the hustle & bustle of Bangkok, try Chiang Mai ,it’s Thailand’s capital of culture!, lovely friendly people, lots to see & do, but all at a more leisurely pace!.
Usually, the real destination of honeymooners in Thailand is to relax and unwind in one of the country’s top beach resorts.
Phuket is the largest island in Thailand and is one of the most popular Thai destinations for holidaymakers.
It has several beaches around the island, so tourists can take their pick on which resorts to spend their vacation in. For a bit of night-time entertainment, there’s the Phuket FantaSea show and get a taste of Thai culture, Las Vegas style!.
The Phi Phi Islands can be found just off the coast from Phuket and is also a very well-known tourist spot in its own right. One of the beaches here has been the focus of Hollywood films, such as “The Beach” and a James Bond film “The Man with the Golden Gun”.