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Thailand has an amazing amorous environment in every region and island. And Koh Samui is blessed with most of it. In fact, with its stunning beaches, gentle sea breeze, crystal clear, warm climate, and the island boast of all the essentials of a romantic honeymoon in Koh Samui. This Koh Samui honeymoon guide is here to help you to choose exotic places in your Thailand honeymoon packages to experience a hitch-free honeymoon vacation in Thailand. Check out the article and feel free to visit Koh Samui

Location of Koh Samui

Koh Samui is located in the Gulf of Thailand. It is positioned to the northwest of Phuket and to the south of Bangkok & Pattaya.

How to reach Koh Samui

Koh Samui has its own airport and port that connects Koh Samui to the rest of places domestically like Pattaya, Phuket, Bangkok,  and internationally with Singapore. You can take a flight to Bangkok and then fly to Koh Samui. You can directly take a flight to Koh Samui or you can take a ferry boat instead of flight.

Best time to visit Koh Samui

Koh Samui is a year-round destination but December to march is the best time to plan your romantic honeymoon trip to Thailand.

Best places to visit in Koh Samui

Hin Ta and Hin Yai rocks

Hin Ta is known as Grandfather Rock and Hin Yai is known as Grandmother Rock are charming rocky formations located on the southern coast of Koh Samui. Their remarkable resemblance to the male & female genitalia has been an origin of attraction for ages. And the place, in general, is so romantic that no pair should miss it on their Thailand honeymoon tour packages.

Angthong National Marine Park

The famous AngThong National Marine Park is one of the best romantic places in Thailand for honeymooners. It consists of mounting limestone hills covered with lush green forest. Hidden caves, waterfalls, sandy beaches, and magnificent lakes are some of the few highlights of the place. The marine park is the home to some of the exotic wildlife and rare sea creatures.

Na Muang Waterfall

Out of the various waterfalls located in Koh Samui, both the Na Muang falls are popular as the most beautiful one. A natural staircase of tree roots and rocks leads to the base of  first waterfall, NA Muang 1, where a huge natural pool gracefully welcomes its visitors. Couples take a dip in this pool to relax and spend some romantic moments and capture the beautiful views around. A further walk of 10 to 20 minutes leads to Na Muang 2 which offers the best picturesque landscapes of the region.

Big Buddha Temple (Wat Phra Yai)

Located on the northern coast of Koh Samui, Big Buddha Temple (Wat Phra Yai) is famous for the 12-meter high Golden Buddha statue. It can be seen from a few kilometers away. The Wat Phra Yai has various shrines, temples and other small Buddha statues inside it. You can find lots of food stalls and street shops selling numerous lucky charms & other souvenirs.

Snorkeling and Scuba Diving in Koh Samui

Couples are assured to enjoy the dive through the warm waters and observing the coral life and exotic marine. Scuba diving and snorkeling are two extremely adventurous and most romantic activities in Koh Samui. This place was blessed with dozens of amazing spots for snorkeling and scuba diving such as Angthong National Marine Park, Koh Phangan, Koh Nang Yuan, Koh Tan, Coral Cove, and Chaweng Beach.

Where to Stay in Koh Samui

There are a number of luxurious and 5-star resorts in Koh Samui that are perfect for a romantic stay. You can find a wide array of stay options including luxe suites, overwater bungalows, and pool villas with personal pools. With their supreme privacy, modern amenities, private beaches, candlelit restaurants, relaxing spas & pools, the hotels in Koh Samui are perfect in every way for a romantic stay.

Some of the best honeymoon reports are KC Resort & Over Water Villas in Chaweng, The Tongsai Bay on Choeng Mon Beach, Intercontinental Baan Samui Resort, Zazen Boutique Resort & Spa on Bophut Beach, Sareeraya Villa & Suites in Chaweng, W Retreat at Maenam Beach, Rocky’s Boutique Resort in Lamai, Banyan Tree resort in Lamai, Four Seasons Resort at Ang Thong, and Bophut Resort & Spa

If you are looking for a perfect guide to book your Thailand honeymoon packages from India, here you have the answer. 

The Complete Guide for an Exotic Honeymoon in Koh Samui, Thailand

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Traveling to Thailand? Wondering what to explore and what activities to indulge in? Whether you’re a history lover, food lover or adrenaline junkie there are truly hundreds of memorable activities and things to do in Thailand.


It is one of the best holiday destinations in Southeast Asia.  Renowned for its budget travel opportunities, rich culture, and gorgeous beaches this tourist magnet has so many fascinating activities to offer that you must experience once in a lifetime. So, pack your bags and explore some of the unique elements on your Thailand holiday packages.

 Experience Chiang Mai’s Flight of the Gibbon

Thailand is the best spot when it comes to beautiful and most visited places for holiday tour. After all, it’s a worldwide famous outdoor thrill activity that began the whole zip line craze among tourists from worldwide. Every year adventure lovers plan their Thailandholiday packages just to experience this. Take a look at the ancient rain forest and experience more than six kilometers of the zip line. Chiang Mai’s Flight of the Gibbon is unquestionably the best thrilling outdoor activity that one should experience once in a life time.


Looking for a massive dose of pleasure, adventure and adrenalin rush here in Thailand? Strap yourself to an authorized and licensed jump master and jump out of a plane at the height of 13,000 feet and experience the instant adrenalin rush through your body. Adventure lover can't miss this amazing phenomenon to overcome the fear of heights and to take a bird eye view of Thailand.

Eat some bugs

It may sound strange but here in Thailand local actually eat fried crickets, scorpions, cockroaches, and other insects. This is one of the unique and uncommon elements of Thailand. Eating an insect delicacy will make a perfect and interesting story for you once you get home. Just ignore the weird pincers or hard shell and go for the sweet fried grasshoppers and enjoy the taste of savory spicy locusts.

Climb Bangkok’s Sathorn Unique Tower and test you

Take a little challenge to get to the top of the Sathorn Unique Tower. It is quite challenging even if you’re perfect in shape and have an athlete body.  But take the bold step and cover the obstacle and reach to the summit and you will get a picture perfect panoramas view of the bustling and sprawling capital of Thailand.

Eat Thai street food

From Pad Thai and Som Tam (papaya salad) to grilled meats, this Southeast Asian core has plenty of mouthwatering meals available at cheap prices. Thailand offers so many street food choices that you can't taste even 2 percent of them but it guarantee to please your taste buds. Don’t miss out the opportunity to feast your taste buds on your holiday trip to Thailand.

 Take a day trip to Ayutthaya

​Ayutthaya listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991 is something you must seriously consider to include in your Thailand holiday packages from India. Witness the ancient wats (Wat Phra Si Sanphet), historic temples (Wat Phra Mahathat) and monasteries, and, magnificent ruins.

Take a Thai cooking class

A great and fun way to involve you in Thai cuisine and get a better chance to know some of the ancient recipes is to attend a cooking class with a local chef. For the most part, visit a local market for fresh vegetables and other ingredients is also a part of your cooking class in Thailand. Also, this visit will introduce a little introduction into the local fruits, herbs, vegetables, and spices that are used in Thai cooking. The professional chef will guide you to prepare the most delightful dishes of Thailand.

Flyboarding in Kon Samui

Flyboarding is one of the best and most exciting elements to indulge in Thailand. Flyboarding allows you to feel like a superman, hover in the middle of the air and get the feeling you are an Aquaman, this extreme sport gives you super aquatic powers that let you leap in the air like Iron Man and zoom through the waters.

Get a massage every day


On average, one spa session will cause you a hundred dollars but in Thailand, you can get it in a couple of bucks. Thailand offers different types of spas and massages which ranges from 10 dollars to 100 dollars. But you can choose the one which includes all the elements such as spa, massages, hot water bubble bath and much more.

Jungle trekking in Northern Thailand

Northern Thailand is covered with lush greenery, unique flora, and fauna, and lofty jungle mountains. It is truly a paradise for trekking enthusiasts and outdoor adventurists.  It is home to some of the best jungle trek destinations in Southeast Asia. Enjoy amazing out dos activities, trekking, hiking, camping and many more. Have some tasty local food and explore the clear skyline free from city's pollution.

Travel through canals of Bangkok and explore floating markets

With an extended canal system, it is no surprise people usually call Bangkok as the “Venice of the East”. Although it is not as romantic and passionate as Venice in Europe, exploring the floating market or canal in Bangkok is nonetheless a decent entry to your bucket list.  Full of life and color, these floating markets offer a beautiful and one-of-a-kind bucket list worthy adventure in Bangkok, Thailand.

11 Things That Every Tourist Must Experience Once In Life in Thailand

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Thailand is one of the best nations to visit if you really want to explore the actual beauty of Asia. Thailand is a diversified nation with unique traditions and cultures which attracts millions of tourists every year. As a tourist, you need to find out what are the things that absolutely perfect in your nation but not acceptable here in Thailand. Must read the article to have an idea what to do and what not to so in Thailand before you book any Thailand holiday package.

Opt for visa-on-arrival

While it seems like a convenience, it is not nearly as much. Not to mention it is more expensive than the pre-arrival visa. Read more about my experience of on-arrival visa here.

Disrespect the king

The king of Thailand is a very respected figure. Disrespecting him can land you up in jail. You’d be better off avoiding as much as pointing fingers to the King’s photo.

Go to Thailand for a family vacation

This usually happens with a lot of innocent families with little to no knowledge of Thailand. Thailand is known for its Prostitution industry which can create very awkward situations for you and your family. On most occasions, you’d be able to find a better destination for your family trip. Read more tips here.

Fall for the tuk-tuk scam

Most of the tuk-tuk drivers lure you into walking into multiple shops on the way to your original destination. In return, the drivers get fuel and food coupons from the shop owners.

Take a selfie in temples

Standing with you back to the Buddha is considered offensive. Thailand is famous for its temples. There are hundreds of temples with giant statues of Buddha. So if you’re ever tempted to do this in one of the temples, kindly avoid the urge. Visit other temples also on your holiday trip to Thailand.

Not bargaining during shopping

Most malls and markets in Bangkok are great for frugal and shrewd shoppers. Most items are over-priced and you can get a steal in most places by simply putting your bargaining skills to use.

Not carrying enough cash while visiting Krabi

A lot of remote islands of Krabi do not have enough ATMs. If you don’t carry enough cash you could end up with no money while most places there also only accept cash.

These are some of the important factors that must be kept in mind while you are on your Thailand honeymoon package.

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