An out and out travel destination for hedonists, Thailand is where every day is a new opportunity to take a plunge into an adventure of some kind. It’s quite difficult to make choices in Thailand where the tourist attractions are in plenty and the allure to explore is ever-increasing. A beach lover’s paradise that this Southeast Asian destination is, it boasts of a surreal coastline that can mesmerize at the very first encounter. Don’t even let us get started on the variety of watersports and activities in Pattaya, Ko Lipe and Ko Tao, and those unforgettable and famous beach parties like the one on Koh Phi Phi. Those with the ravenous appetite for backpacking, Thailand is the best tourism destination with a well-curated travel guide to eat cheap yet delicious street food, sleep in some fancy hostels, sightsee and party in a budget that will not burn a hole in the pocket.
It’s exactly about the vibes that ooze out from the beaches, temples and royal palaces in Thailand, that a short vacation here is not enough to let you discover its beauty. And that’s when Tour My India comes in as an absolute saviour for you and your loved one with its 6N/7D Thailand Honeymoon Package that promises you to make your every moment spent here count. By adding class apart facilities and tours to top attractions in its Thailand Honeymoon Itinerary we promise you that this compact tour is the best one can relish for a lifetime. Along with keeping your preferences and your privacy in mind we also take care of where your inclination is when it comes to cuisine hotel, accommodation and transportation. To know more, take a look at our detailed itinerary mentioned below to make you more familiar with what all we offer.
DAY 1: ARRIVAL AT PHUKET INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
On your arrival at the Airport, our representative will escort you to the hotel you chose for your stay in Phuket. Rest of the day is at your disposal followed by night stay.
DAY 2: PHUKET
Rise and shine as not only a delicious breakfast waits for you but a half day tour as well. On your way, you will get to embrace the beautifully set up markets and Portuguese style buildings followed by a visit to Karon View Point, Wat Chalong and Old Town Area. Rest of the day is free for leisure followed by a comfortable stay arranged for you at the hotel.
DAY 3 PHUKET – PHI PHI ISLAND
On day 3 after finishing your breakfast, you will head towards the popular Phi Phi Island Tour with your partner cruising through Asia’s most beautiful islands to set eyes on. Phi Phi Don, the larger island of the two is where you will get an opportunity to enjoy snorkelling and swimming. After the tour, we will proceed towards the hotel for night stay.
DAY 4 PHUKET - KRABI
This day we will take you to the next must visit place in Thailand you will be exploring with your partner, Krabi. After breakfast, we will escort you to Krabi where after the check-in formalities you can spend some alone time with your loved one. This tourism destination of Thailand is nestled in the hearts of travellers across the globe for its limestone cliffs, beaches, long tail boats and abundant coral reefs. Rest of the day can be enjoyed as per your preference at the hotel where you will be staying the night or exploring Krabi.
DAY 5 KRABI- FOUR ISLAND TOUR
On day 5, as soon as you are done with your breakfast we will take you for a captivating experience via a Four Island Tour namely Koh Gai, Koh Tup, Koh Mawr and Poda in Krabi. You can also pay a visit to Pranang cave. Rest of the evening is at leisure followed by night stay at the hotel.
DAY 6: DAY FREE FOR LEISURE
Enjoy your morning meal and unwind yourself as day 6 is all free for you to take on the streets and explore the unexplored parts of Krabi. Night stay at the hotel.
DAY 7: DEPARTURE
It’s time to pack your bags and head towards the Airport to catch your flight towards home or some other tourist destination.
Best places to visit in Thailand
Here is our Thailand travel guide condensed into 15 unmissable Thai destinations:
You could spend a year in Thailand's capital and still not tick off all the boxes. There are a few absolute must-sees though. Start with Wat Pho, a lively and lavish temple, encompassing the awesome Reclining Buddha. Move onto the Grand Palace, which encompasses the country’s holiest and most beautiful temple, Wat Phra Kaeo. Then the markets…
Phuket, Thailand’s largest island, is the region’s major resort destination for families, package tourists and novice divers. Its dining, shopping and entertainment facilities are second to none. Phuket Town offers handsome Sino-Portuguese architecture and some of the most interesting sleeping, eating and drinking options on the island.
- Ko Tao
The furthest inhabited island of the Samui archipelago, Ko Tao, has taken off as a scuba-diving centre, but despite a growing nightlife and restaurant scene, still has the feel of a small, rugged and isolated outcrop. A boat-trip round Ko Tao Satisfying exploration and great snorkelling, especially off the unique causeway beaches of Ko Nang Yuan.
- Gulf Coast
Southern Thailand’s gently undulating Gulf coast is famed above all for the Samui archipelago, three small, idyllic islands lying off the most prominent hump of the coastline. A lazy stay in a beachfront bungalow is so seductive a prospect that most people overlook the attractions of the mainland. Added to that you’ll find scenery dominated by forested mountains that rise abruptly behind the coastal strip, and a sprinkling of fascinating historic sights.
- Chiang Mai
Old-town temples, the best of Thai crafts, cookery courses and fine restaurants – the north’s sophisticated capital is a great place to hang out. The capital and transport centre of the north, it's also a great place just to hang out or prepare for a journey into the hills. For many tourists, this means joining a trek to visit one or more of the hill tribes, who comprise one-tenth of the north’s population.
- Chiang Rai
In the last few years Chiang Rai has acquired several genuine sights of interest, notably the Mae Fah Luang Art & Cultural Park, a beautiful storehouse of Lanna art. There’s now also a good choice of guesthouses and upmarket riverside hotels in which to lay your head, and from here you can set up a wide range of trekking, day-trips and other outdoor activities in the surrounding countryside.
- Ko Pha Ngan
In recent years, backpackers have tended to move over to Ko Samui’s fun-loving little sibling, which still has a comparatively simple atmosphere. The most popular activities on Ko Pha Ngan are round-island boat trips, from Hat Rin and Hat Yao, and trips to Ang Thong National Marine Park. Other activities include learning to cook Thai food, bicycle tours, yoga, meditation and kiteboarding.
- Ko Lanta Yai
The “island of long beaches”, Ko Lanta has an atmospheric old town, offers an appealing choice of places to stay. There’s good snorkelling and diving nearby, plus caves to explore, kayaking and other water sports. The island is especially popular with families, in part because of the local laws that have so far prevented jet-skis, beachfront parasols and girlie bars from turning it into another Phuket, though resort facilities are expanding fast.
- Ko Samui
Ko Samui is easily one of the most naturally beautiful Thai islands, with its long white-sand beaches and arching fringes of palm trees. Samui has over a dozen scuba-diving companies, offering trips for divers and snorkellers and courses throughout the year. Also on offer are plenty of spas, as well as meditation retreats, island tours, ziplines, kiteboarding and cooking classes.
- Khao Yai National Park
The stunning jungle-clad karsts of Khao Sok National Park are well worth heading inland for. Located about halfway between the southern peninsula’s two coasts and easily accessible from Khao Lak, Phuket and Surat Thani, the park has become a popular stop on the travellers’ route, offering a number of easy trails, a bit of amateur spelunking and some scenic rafthouse accommodation on Cheow Lan Lake.
- Ao Phang Nga
Protected from the ravages of the Andaman Sea by Phuket, Ao Phang Nga has a seascape both bizarre and beautiful. Covering some four hundred square kilometres of coast between Phuket and Krabi, the mangrove-edged bay is spiked with limestone karst formations up to 300m in height, jungle-clad and craggily profiled. This is Thailand’s own version of Vietnam’s world-famous Ha Long Bay, reminiscent too of Guilin’s scenery in China, and much of it is now preserved as national park.
- Ko Yao Noi
Located in an idyllic spot in Phang Nga bay, almost equidistant from Phuket, Phang Nga and Krabi, the island of Ko Yao Noi enjoys magnificent maritime views from almost every angle and makes a refreshingly tranquil getaway. Measuring about 12km at its longest point, it’s home to some four thousand islanders, the vast majority of them Muslim, who earn their living from rubber and coconut plantations, fishing and shrimp-farming.
- Ko Kood
The fourth-largest island in Thailand, forested Ko Kood (also spelt Ko Kut and Ko Kud) is still a wild and largely uncommercialised island. Though it’s known for its sparkling white sand and exceptionally clear turquoise water, particularly along the west coast, Ko Kood is as much a nature-lover’s destination as a beach-bum’s. Swathes of its shoreline are fringed by scrub and mangrove rather than broad sandy beaches, and those parts of the island not still covered in virgin tropical rainforest are filled with palm groves and rubber plantations.
- Ko Samet
Blessed with the softest, squeakiest sand within weekending distance of Bangkok, the tiny Thai island of Ko Samet, which measures just 6km from top to toe, is a favourite escape for Thais, expats and tourists. Its fourteen small but dazzlingly white beaches are breathtakingly beautiful, lapped by pale blue water and in places still shaded by coconut palms and occasional white-flowered cajeput (samet) trees, which gave the island its name and which are used to build boats.
Ringed by high mountains, the small but prosperous provincial capital of Nan, 225km northeast of Lampang, rests on the grassy west bank of the river. Few Western visitors make it out this far, but it’s a likeable place with a thriving handicrafts tradition, a good museum and some superb temple murals at Wat Phumin, as well as at Wat Nong Bua out in the countryside. The town comes alive for the Lanna boat races, usually held in late October or early November.