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Luxury Thailand Honeymoon
Luxury Thailand Honeymoon OverviewLuxury Thailand Honeymoon A little bit of culture and a lot of indulgences: this Thailand honeymoon strikes the perfect balance. Enjoy special activities designed for two, connecting with Thai culture and with each other while exploring Bangkok and Chiang Mai. Then indulge with a week on Koh Lanta, a romantic tropical island.
Touring style: Professional English speaking guide and driver, private basis.
Best time to visit: November to April when days are dry with plenty of sunshine. Rain falls between May to September.
Enjoy private excursions designed for two, stay in romantic luxury hotels and dine at Thailand’s best tables.
Witness monks’ chanting rituals, be blessed in a spiritual ceremony and make offerings at pagodas to connect with Thai culture.Don traditional dress and join in a typical northern Thai wedding at a local family’s house
Day 1: Arrival Bangkok
On arrival in Bangkok, you will be met by a fast track representative who will fast-track the immigration procedure. They will assist with your luggage and introduce you to your Eastravel guide. You will be transferred to the hotel by private limousine car.
The Peninsula Hotel is the perfect place for a romantic honeymoon experience. The riverside location, stylish décor and scenic views make for a perfect setting for newlywed couples.
After relaxing at the hotel, head out for a drive through Bangkok’s old quarters to see the Grand Palace, the Royal Grounds and Ratchadamnoen Avenue all lit up in a dramatic fashion. After sightseeing, have dinner at Sala Rim Naam at the Oriental Hotel. Enjoy a lavish Thai dinner and admire a Thai classical dance performance.
Overnight in Bangkok
Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport – The Peninsula Hotel (37.3 km): 43 min
Day 2 Bangkok Wat Pho and the Grand Palace and afternoon boat cruise:
Leave early to Wat Pho in time to experience the monks early morning chanting ritual (chanting starts at 09.00 Hrs). After this uplifting and often private experience visit the temple grounds and the famous 45-metre reclining Buddha. Continue to The Grand Palace, Thailand’s most important landmark, where you will be awed by the grandeur and majesty of the building and its throne halls. Marvel at the mysterious Emerald Buddha, the most revered Buddha image in Thailand.
Enjoy a sumptuous Thai lunch at Supatra River House.
In the afternoon, board a private boat cruising down the River of Kings, the Chao Phraya and the quiet klongs (canals) for 2 hours, you will be taken back in time to a more traditional way of life far removed from Bangkok’s modern skyscrapers. Stops are made to visit the Temple of Dawn or Wat Arun – one of the most prominent landmarks of Bangkok.
Overnight in Bangkok.
Day 3: Give alms to the monks and visit Bangkok's temples. Afternoon Spa relaxation.
Your day starts at Wat Saket where you can partake in the offering of alms to the monks to gain some blessing for a healthy and safe trip. Then make a short climb up to the temple’s golden mount to enjoy the panoramic view of Rattanakosin Island while listening to the chimes of hundreds of temple bells. Continue with a drive through the historical part of Bangkok, passing some of the city’s most beautiful landmarks and temples.
Along the way, we will make a stop to buy a bucket filled with food and utility items for “Sangkatarn” – a special kind of offering for monks at Wat Ratchabophit. Visitors to Wat Ratchabophit will be amazed by the perfect blend of Thai architectural exterior with exquisite European influenced interior. The tour will cap off at the Tiger God Shrine, one of the oldest Taoist temples in Bangkok and renowned for being the most popular worshipping place amongst the Chinese community in the country.
Lunch at the elegant Jim Thompson Restaurant. Afterwards, visit the Jim Thompson museum and their shops.
In the afternoon, enjoy the hotel facilities or pamper yourself with a spa treatment at the hotel.
Overnight in Bangkok.