Thailand is nothing if not tropical. Scattered with tiny islands, golden beaches and coral reefs, it’s a postcard-perfect kind of paradise. As honeymoons go, you can’t get much more exotic. Stretch out in the sunshine on Ko Samui, swing in hammocks, swim in azure waters and feel high on Robinson Crusoe sensation. Sleep in atmospheric beach bungalows just metres from the lapping waves, drink fresh coconuts, and feast on local seafood at sunset. It’s a pretty unbeatable way to begin a life together.
Sleeping in floating huts or oil—lit safari tents on the rippling River Kwai, swing in hammocks overlooking turquoise seas in classic beach bungalows, stay at home with the locals and relaxing in raft houses bobbing gently on jungle lakes. Our accommodation in Thailand is packed with local atmosphere, giving you a colourful and authentic experience. If you’re after a honeymoon with a bit of a twist, we’ll be right up your street. Our accommodation is hand-picked and welcoming, ensuring that your honeymoon will be filled with local warmth.
From the bright lights of Bangkok to the tiny villages tucked away amongst rice terraces, the Thai people are filled with gentle warmth. It’s a culture of real kindness, so you’re bound to feel instantly at home. Sip cocktails on rooftop terraces overlooking the twinkling skyline of Bangkok, amble between the ancient temples of Ayutthaya and stay at home with the locals in tucked-away traditional villages. Wherever you go, you’ll find wide smiles and warm welcomes.
Thailand is a great place to flirt with adventure, from jungle treks to hilltribe homestays and sunset bat cave safaris. Sleep in floating huts buried in a tropical forest, learn how to care for the local elephants, sail downstream on a bamboo raft and hike to hidden waterfalls on tropical Ko Chang Island. With everything from floating markets to friendly tribes and traditional cooking classes, Thailand is sure to keep you on your toes. Stay in secluded raft houses on jungle lakes, ride the infamous Death Railway and see more temples than you could possibly imagine.