The Most Romantic Valentines Day Destinations in Asia


Looking to make an impression on your partner with an over the top romantic Valentine’s Day? Plan your romantic Valentine’s Day in Asia to explore the love between you and your partner. February weather is perfect in tropical climes. This love season plan your vacation to some of the best romantic destinations in Asia.

Bali, Indonesia


For a spiritual take on romance, try out to plan a romantic Bali trip this Valentine's day. Stay at the Hanging Gardens of Bali hotel one of the best in entire Indonesia. You’ll have your personal thatch-roofed apartment at this health spa retreat looking over the Ayung River, dense tropical rain forest and rice fields. It’s no wonder several journals and internet sites have recognized the Hanging Gardens as the number-one honeymoon destination in the world. Plan your Bali honeymoon packages from India.

Hong Kong


You can’t go drastically wrong with a romantic visit to Hong Kong. You can pamper your love with some of the most luxurious hotels and the best restaurants in the world. Hong Kong is highly-priced but perfect for a memorable holiday tour. The city features a desirable collection of magnificent modern hotels, but for a unique romantic treat, why not try the Peninsula traditional luxury hotel? This very hotel dates back to 1928 and it continue to serve a complete English afternoon tea. The Peninsula serves Gaddi’s, the luxurious French restaurant which is one of the most romantic points in Hong Kong. You must include this Peninsula traditional luxury hotel in your Hong Kong Honeymoon Package.

Kyoto, Japan


Every guest to Japan considers Tokyo is the best place for spending their honeymoon, but Kyoto benefits a special trip. The traditional capital of sovereign Japan, it is a combination of natural beauty with ancient sites and architectural mastery. On Valentine’s Day, the roads are bewildered in white and pink blossoms from a great number of cherry trees in the city. Kyoto has lots of Western-style and modern hotels, but for a genuine passionate adventure, try a ryokan, a classic Japanese resort with individual assistance like a traditional Japanese bed-and-breakfast. Bathing in natural hot springs and experience a perfect blend of culture and comfort.

Boracay Island, Philippines

For a real tropical paradise, you can’t beat Boracay Island in the Philippines. This island features white sand beaches and turquoise water that’s perfect for diving, snorkeling, parasailing, and windsurfing. It’s no wonder it’s been rated the world’s top beach year after year. Boracay has plenty of resorts and villas catering to travelers. For a romantic Valentine’s Day, try Casa Mika, a hilltop villa whose windows offer a 360-degree view of beaches and endless ocean. The outdoor hot tub is the perfect place to unwind after a day at the beach. You can cook your own meals at the villa, but book a table instead. Try Kasbah, a Moroccan restaurant that’s right on the beach. You’ll enjoy hummus, lamb tangine, Moroccan kabab, and baklava for dessert. After the sun goes down they start the music so you can end your day with some dancing. 



Bangkok, Thailand


Known as the “Venice of the East,” Bangkok is home to historic Buddhist temples and cultural delights for tourists. Take couples cooking class to learn how to make local delicacies, take a couples massage, or sign up for a biking tour of the city’s historic sites. Get a taste of traditional Thailand with a comfortable room at Ariyasom Villa. This boutique hotel started as a private residence in the 1940s and opened up to guests in 2008. Ariyasom includes a first-class restaurant and a full-service spa, so there’s really no need to leave the hotel. Plan your Thailand honeymoon packages from India.


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