Thailand Honeymoon – Make it a Memorable One

If you and your spouse love adventure and culture, then Thailand is the perfect honeymoon destination for you. For the best Thailand honeymoon many are heading the north. Here you will discover Chiang Mai. It is lovingly called the ‘rose of the north’ by the locals because of its charm and beauty. It is also a big honeymoon destination for those who want to combine relaxation and active adventures.

What are you looking for on your Thailand honeymoon? There are spectacular natural attractions, cultural pursuits. Discover five-star resorts and luxury hotels. Look for private villas for the ultimate in privacy and personalized service. There are plenty of flights to Chiang Mai from all parts of the world. Once you are here, you can treat yourself to great dining and ultra-luxury accommodation. And all this for much less than what you will spend in exotic honeymoon destinations elsewhere.

Thailand Honeymoon destinations

Many honeymooners are heading north to Chiang Mai. They are choosing to stay in private villas instead of hotels in Chiang Mai. In a private luxury villa, you are the only guest. This means you never have to share any of the amenities with other travelers. Choose an all-inclusive package so that you don’t have to think about anything and simply enjoy your holiday.

One of the best ways to see Chiang Mai during your Thailand honeymoon is to book a private tour. Your private villa will be happy to book for you. The tour gives you access to a comfortably air-conditioned vehicle and a private driver plus an English-speaking tour guide. Itineraries are yet tightly managed and organized so you can make the most of your stay.

A honeymoon tour in Chiang Mai won’t be complete without a visit to golden temple Wat Phrathat. Are you and your spouse outdoorsy? You will love a trek through the tropical jungle riding an elephant, or a trip to Mae Rim’s the Tiger Kingdom where you can play with wild baby cats. You can also take a cooking class or two with your spouse and learn Northern-Thai dishes that you can whip up at home.  When the sun goes down, you can head to the Night Bazaar to buy souvenirs and handmade Thai silk.