Romance in Thailand
Romance in Thailand is best on a paradise island with shades of palm trees along the turquoise sea. Koh Samui is Thailand’s popular island for honeymooners who like to mix day activities with candle-lit romantic dinners. Choeng Mon is Koh Samui’s most romantic beach but if you want to be in the middle of the action then Chaweng Beach, on the east coast of Koh Samui will be the right choice.
Begin this romantic tour in Thailand, with a private long-tail boat cruise through Bangkok's canals. Shop for exquisite Thai silks and art work and dine in an exclusive restaurant. Chiang Rai has the charm and the environment for romance. It has a mix of culture, adventure and luxury. Phuket, another romantic destination in Thailand is blessed with fine sand beaches and palm fringed coastline. Take a private yacht cruise relax on a lonely picturesque beach.
TRAVEL UNTAMED ON THIS 13-DAY THAILAND ROMANTIC HOLIDAY…
And, find perfect location & environment for luxurious indulgence.
Romance in Thailand Perfect for romance, adventure, relaxation and the utmost of luxurious indulgence.
(13 Days - Departs Daily on a Private Basis)
Bangkok, Golden Triangle, Chiang Mai, Phuket
Thailand is the ultimate romantic destination offering perfect opportunities for adventure, relaxation, pampering and the utmost of luxurious indulgence. It has some of the world’s most luxurious hotels and decadent resorts, top-class spas with centuries-old massage techniques, high-style, incredible food and beautiful landscapes.
Of course, romance often springs from more traditional moments too; an exclusive “elephant safari” in the Golden Triangle jungle, a luxury secluded hideaway in the north, sit down candlelit dinner, and sundowners from mountaintops and from a remote beach. This tour is perfect for such a romantic adventure.
Begin in Bangkok. With your private guide explore Bangkok’s most unusual Buddhist temples, the Chedis of the Kings and the invaluable golden Buddha weighing over 5 tons. Enjoy a fascinating, private long-tail boat tour through Bangkok's canals, the colourful markets and shop for exquisite Thai silks and art work. Also enjoy opportunities to swim, play tennis, and dine on some of Southeast Asia’s best cuisine.
Next, fly to Chiang Rai in the Golden Triangle, and stay at an exclusive safari-style tented camp. While there, explore the valleys and waterways where Laos, Thailand and Myanmar (Burma) meet along the Mekong River. Discover religious temples, military fortifications, ethnic tribes and artistic artefacts, not forgetting the culinary delights. Visit an elephant camp and spend time with a professional mahout (elephant handler) and learn to ride and work with these fascinating animals.
From the Golden Triangle, you will be privately driven to Chiang Mai where you will stay at one of Asia’s most luxurious and atmospheric resorts, surrounded by mountains and lush fields of terraced rice paddies. With your private guide explore the city of Chiang Mai, with a wealth of beautiful and historic Buddhist wats (temples) and the royal family’s Winter Palace. You will have enough time at leisure to browse craft markets or enjoy the resort's spa, cooking school, golf, or pool.
Next, fly to one of the Phuket Islands in the south and enjoy at one of Thailand's leading luxury resorts. Spend your days relaxing on pristine beaches, indulging at the spa, swimming, playing tennis or golf, taking cooking classes or yoga lessons, diving, or exploring nearby islands by luxury boat. Take a yacht cruise one day to Phang Nga Bay, and enjoy free time to indulge at the spa and relax on the picturesque beach.
Return to Bangkok for last minute shopping and connect with your onward flight.
Day 1 – Arrive
Bangkok VIP airport assistance on arrival. Private arrival transfer to hotel for 2 nights.
Day 2 – Tour
Bangkok Half-day private city tour, including private longtail boat ride.
Day 3 – Transfer
Golden Triangle Private transfer to airport for flight to Chiang Rai.
Private arrival transfer to tented camp for 3 nights.
Afternoon selection of cultural and soft-adventure activities.
Days 4 & 5 – Explore
Golden Triangle Selection of cultural and soft-adventure activities, including mahout training and elephant experience.
Day 6 – Transfer
Chiang Mai Private overland transfer to Chiang Mai resort for 3 nights, with touring of hill tribe villages en route.
Day 7 – Experience
Chiang Mai Option for sunrise alms-giving. Full-day private tour of town, temples and craft districts.
Private round-trip transfer to night market.
Day 8 – Rest
Chiang Mai At leisure at resort.
Optional activities can be arranged, upon request, such as a Thai cooking class, golfing, hiking, yoga lessons, shopping and more.
Day 9 – Transfer
Phuket Private transfer to airport for flight to Phuket.
Private arrival transfer to resort for 3 nights.
Day 10 – Rest
Phuket At leisure at resort.
Day 11 – Cruise
Phuket Half-day yacht cruise to Phang Nga Bay and nearby islands or snorkeling.
Day 12 – Transfer
Bangkok Private transfer to airport for flight to Bangkok.
Private arrival transfer to hotel for 1 night.
Afternoon flexible private touring or shopping.
Day 13 – Depart
Bangkok Private airport transfer.
Check In: 14:00h
Check Out: 12:00h
Make this your holiday
Getting There Thailand has four international airports; in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Phuket and Hat Yai, but Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi airport is the country's major gateway. Practically every airline carrier that flies to Asia also flies into Bangkok. This means there are plenty of services and the competition on the routes helps to keep the ticket prices down. There are now a throng of low-cost-carriers serving Southeast Asia, led by KL-based AirAsia. It can be cost effective to fly from your home country to Bangkok, Singapore or KL with a traditional carrier, then pick up a LCC flight to your final destination.
When to go The best time to visit most of Thailand is between November and February as it is the coolest time of year and it rains the least. March-Jun brings the hot season when sightseeing is best scheduled for morning or late afternoon. The best way of cooling off during hot season is to join the Thai Water Festival generally held in mid-April. Rains start in July through October. The temperature during these months tends to be cooler, tourists are fewer and the landscape is lush and green. The rain isn't permanent though - it comes in bursts and cools things down after it has gone.