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5 ways to a magical Thai honeymoon

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A popular choice for many culture-loving newly-weds, this honeymoon hotspot has an abundance of fascinating and romance-inspiring locations on offer – something to wrap each of your senses around. Make these the top on your honeymoon bucket list.

1. Get your dose of history at Ayutthaya Historical Park

Located about 85 km north of Bangkok, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to the sprawling ruins of the old city of Ayutthaya. Marvel at ancient Thai art as you meander through the historic monuments and temples that serve as a present-day reminder of the religious, political and economic hub the city was back in its heyday.

Temple Ayutthaya

2. Eat your way through Bangkok

The experience of discovering new flavours will forge unforgettable memories for you and your hubby. Take your pick from the capital city’s street food offerings at various sites throughout the city, including the local China Town, the night market in Silom and the Khlong Lod Night Market in Sanam Luang. If you’re looking for something less noisy and more intimate, Kalpapruek restaurant in CentralWorld offers authentic Thai dining.


Kalpapruek restaurant

3. Play up the romance at Railay Beach

Everywhere you look in the peninsula of Railay there’s a part of nature’s beauty to rest your eyes on. This can only help the romance flourish as you relax on the pristine sands or take a guided tour around the coast on a long-tail boat. Enjoy a paddle in the beach’s clean water – also a perfect photo opportunity to capture the unique twisted rock formations as your backdrop.

railay beach

Railay Beach

4. Tea for two in Chiang Mai

What would a holiday in Thailand be without becoming completely immersed in the local tea-harvesting culture? After all, the beloved tea leaf originated in this part of the world several thousand years ago. There are several tea houses dotted around the city, offering both indoor and shady outdoor seating areas for you to sip away your afternoon. Try the local speciality Thai tea, served either hot or cold, for something different.

chiang mai market

Chiang Mai market

5. Be enthralled by the theatrics at Sala Chalermkrung Royal Theatre 

See the ancient art of classical Thai masked dance come alive at this historic theatre that has existed for more than 80 years. A popular stop for thousands of tourists, it offers the unique opportunity to watch traditional performances like puppetry and dancing along with more modern Thai language dramas on show.

thai dance

Sala Chalermkrung Theatre

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