Importantly, the landscapes are just one of the reasons that make this country the “darling” of Southeast Asia.
Gastronomy, history, religion and a good dose of excitement make Thailand even more attractive, excelling in the art of satisfying the most diverse desires.
With amazing cities and beaches, Thailand is the perfect scenario for your dream honeymoon trip.
Thailand shares a border with Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar and Malaysia.
“To try it” is, at the very least, to let yourself be carried away by the smells, colors, flavors and exoticism of this region that is the champion of tourism in Southeast Asia.
Such a feat, obviously, has one reason, or rather, several.
Far to the north, in the middle of the green of the forest, the sacred temples Chiang Mai, show, in a unique way, the spirituality of the Buddhist country.
For its part, in the incomparable capital, Bangkok, the Thai frenzy reaches its peak, at the same time that it gains balance with historical riches punctuated in the middle of the metropolis.
In the extreme south, almost on the border with Cambodia, a piece composed of paradisiacal beaches and almost unknown islands, such as Koh Kood, confirms: this country is so diverse, it is even more surprising.
Capital and the largest city in Thailand, Bangkok is not a place for those looking for peace and quiet.
Modern and cosmopolitan, it has an exciting nightlife, excellent shopping centers and markets with products at unbelievably low prices.
Typical of large cities, these characteristics coexist, however, with a “Zen” side and very rich in history.
To give you an idea, between palaces and temples, there are more than 430 spread over the approximately 1,500 m² of territory.
The kitchen also stands out. Vegetables, meats, fish and soups get a generally spicy seasoning to make rice, the base of Thai meals, more attractive.
For dessert, although tropical fruits such as mango, pineapple and bananas are abundant, the choice is to try the famous durian, also known as “fruit of the gods”, given the flavor it has.
About 800 km from Bangkok, the Chiang Mai region is marked by an imposing equatorial forest that gives the place a very special character.
Despite being a vast jungle area, it has a good structure of airports, hotels, resorts and a trade with large malls.
Founded in 1926, Chiang Mai is also the cultural and spiritual center of northern Thailand. The old town, surrounded by a wall and fortified walls, features a labyrinth of markets, alleys and ancient temples.
It is also worth visiting its surroundings, where you can see magnificent gardens, tribal villages and elephant farms.
The villages that live there are known for their handicraft work with porcelain, silk pieces, wooden sculptures, among other products.
KOH KOOD ISLAND
The island of Koh Kood is neighboring Cambodia and covers 105 km², being the second largest island in the province of Trat.
Full of cool hotels, it is a coveted destination during the summer, both for nature lovers and for those looking for days of peace and comfort.
The white sands and turquoise waters are an invitation to relax and date by the sea, but other activities also include adventurers, such as diving courses, snorkeling and kayaking.
To explore, there are waterfalls, great trails for trekking and bike rides.
Those interested in fishing can also spend an entire day in a traditional Thai boat, accompanied by a local fisherman.
Six Senses Samui Koh Samui
There is a small, slightly sloping promontory at the northern tip of Samui, where private villages blend into the landscape of natural vegetation.
This is the Six Senses Samui Koh Samui resort in Thailand, a place where you can rest near a vast infinity pool and get lost while taking in the stunning views of the Gulf of Thailand.
Outdoor dining at Dining on the Rocks offers the panoramic ocean scenario, an ideal setting for a romantic evening.
Surprise your loved one with a private and secluded dinner under the stars that you will enjoy so much.
Six Senses Samui is inspired by a Thai fishing village.
The villa accommodations, most with private pools, are surrounded by natural vegetation and offer panoramic views of the Gulf of Thailand.
You will have your own GEM (Guest Experience Maker) for the best personal service and to organize everything from jungle tours to boat trips.
Hua Hin Resort & Spa – Anantara
Hua Hin is just a few hours drive south of Bangkok.
It is also the setting for the first Anantara, a multi-award winning resort among Hua Hin hotels, which has inspired dozens of others around the world.
Inspired by a traditional Thai village, low gable pavilions are set in lush tropical gardens with ponds filled with lotuses and winding paths through exotic foliage.
A wide coastal strip is in front of the resort.
Dine on freshly grilled seafood, fished in the region, overlooking the ocean or savor delicious Thai specialties by the pool.
Take the opportunity to relax in the award-winning spa located in an oasis inspired by a lagoon.