Top 10 Things to Do on a Honeymoon in Thailand
Top 10 Things to Do on a Honeymoon in Thailand
For a memorable and enchanting Thailand honeymoon, try some or all of these surefire ideas for newlyweds:
1. See the heart and history of Thailand at Wat Phra Kaeo(temple) and the Grand Palace. At these two most revered places you wilf touch the heart of Thai culture. The brightly coloured temple buildings, with goiden spires and gittering mosaics, date to 1782. The Grand Palace was the residence of past Thai kings, and visitors can see the antique throne in the magnificent halls which are used for coronations.
2. Enjoy a romantic and luxurious stay at a riverside hotel. You’ll wake up to an inspiring view of the mighty Chao Phraya River, the legendary River of Kings. In this area of Bangkok on the eastern bank of the river are a number of top-rated hotels. The world-famous Mandarin Oriental Hotel has served distinguished guests to Thailand for over 130 years.
3. Visit a trade fair specializing in the type of goods you are specifically interested in, in one easily-navigable venue. The three major exhibition centres in Bangkok-Impact, BITEC and Queen Sirikit Center-constantly host themed trade shows. The international fairs for jewellery, gifts, furniture, food and electronics are amazing, plus OTOP shows sell excellent Thai products such as silk clothing and accessories, herbal products, and many others.
4. Indulge in some high-end shopping. Just an easy taxi ride and very quick elevated railway ride from your hotel is Siam Paragon, Thailand’s premier shopping mall and one of the biggest shopping centres in Asia. Its retail stores sell luxury brand apparel, jewellery, electronics, exotic supercars and other products from world-renowned boutiques and speciality dealers. Have a gourmet lunch at one of the many restaurants serving international and Thai cuisines, and relax at the Thai Art Gallery.
5. Visit Chatuchak Weekend Market for the , widest assortment of goods imaginable, in one crazy venue. A quick elevated train ride away from your hotel is an outdoor market like no other. At first you may be knocked out by its sheer size and diversity of products, but dive in and find whole sections of handicrafts, clothing & accessories, ceramics, furniture & home decor items, food & beverages, plants & gardening equipment, art, books, antiques & collectibles, and much, much more. Be sure to bargain.
6. Take a dinner cruise on an open-air . riverboat with great Thai food and meet friendly Thai passengers and their families. Departing from the Riverside Hotel and other locations, these boats take a leisurely journey downstream and back for two pleasant hours. After enjoying your meal, move to the front or sides of the boat for a great night view of the lights and riverside scenery of Bangkok.
7.Just outside of Bangkok, see traditional. Thai life on a rural river at the Ampawa Floating Market. This is an authentic Thai market where paddle boats bring fruit and other natural products for sale. Other vendors cook and sell food right from their boats. It is an afternoon market open Friday to Sunday Also, the King Rama lI Memorial Park is in this area.
8.A pleasant 2.5 hour ride brings you to the beach resort town of Huahin. In the daytime, relax by the sea and order food and drink from one of the many seaside food shops, offering fresh seafood and cool fruit drinks. For dinner, you can buy a bunch of different grilled or stir-friend goodies from the vendors at the night market.
9.A trip to Thailand is not complete . without a visit to the northern capital of Chiangmai. Just a one-hour plane ride from Bangkok, Chiangmai offers you a unique cultural experience. Take a leisurely stroll through town, and in the evening look around the fascinating night market. Have a seat at an open-air food court and see a show of northern Thai music and dancing Hire a car and driver and stop at some of many handicraft and jewellery factories on Sankampaeng Road.
10.So that you’ll look your best on arrival back home, refresh yourself with a Thai spa therapy treatment. You’ll enjoy the herbal scrub, followed by a facial massage with aloe vera extract gel mask to reduce lines. Take an herbal foot bath and aromatic steam bath and your choice of a variety of body wraps, and of course, treat yourself to a manicure and pedicure as you wind up your wonderful honeymoon.
Pranburi Hua Hin
. Being the location of the King’s summer place, Hua Hin is certainly good enough to be your honeymoon location Only 200 kilometres from Bangkok, HuaHin has long been a seaside town where Bangkokians slipping away for a weekend of clean air and fresh seafood. Less than one hour away, Pranburi offers a perfect location for a romantic honeymoon with an increasing amount of five-star resorts.