From the rugged mountains and tribal villages of the north, to the temples and palaces of Bangkok, to the "paradise islands" of the south, Thailand is full of romance, culture and adventure. Embark on an unforgettable cruise along the River of Kings (Chao Phraya) or wander among the magnificent ruins and ancient capitals of Ayutthaya and Sukhothal. Explore Chiang Saen and Chiang Khong on an elephant safari or take a river trip in the Golden Triangle region. Bring back some souvenirs and visit Chiang Mai — a shopper's paradise for silk, silver, lacquer ware, woodcarvings and hand-painted umbrellas. Wherever you go on your Thailand honeymoon, you'll leave with unforgettable memories.
Things You Should Know
|Time Zone:||UTC +7 hours|
|Second Language:||English is widely spoken|
|Entry Requirements:||Valid passport (6 months before entry)|
|Best Times to Visit:||December through March|
Stay in the treetops of a jungle resort or on the sandy shores of Ao Nang or the mountainous island Phuket. Pick an all-inclusive honeymoon package and enjoy the benefits of a honeymoon suite, daily breakfast for two, a romantic bath set-up, a mini spa gift and more. Indulge in an afternoon of his-or-hers pampering with a Thai massage or do nothing but chase the sun by the pool. If you make it to Bangkok, venture into town for a night of kickboxing matches and night markets.
Destination Weddings in Thailand
Wherever you go, Thailand is a stunning place to say, “I do.” Home to 80 national parks, you'll have a beautiful backdrop with its picture-perfect scenery. Many resorts offer all-inclusive wedding packages that may include the ceremonial set-up, decorations, wedding certificate, photography and even a stay in a honeymoon suite.
Climate & Weather
Thailand has a warm, tropical climate with an annual monsoon and average temperatures around 75° to 92° F. There are three seasons: the cool season (November to February), the hot season (April to May) and the rainy season (June to October). Downpours rarely last more than a couple of hours.