Thailand Honeymoon Destinations - Hidden Paradise


Khao Lak is a resort town in Phang Nga province on the western Andaman Sea coastline of southern Thailand, about an hours drive from Phuket airport. It is a hidden paradise of sun, sea and sand, as well as lush tropical greenery, granite mountains and stunning waterfalls. Add this to the glorious National Park which surrounds it, the fabulous beaches which fringe the turquoise ocean and the natural warmth and friendliness of its people and you will fully appreciate why we recommend this as your next holiday destination.Daily flights operate between Bangkok and Phuket.


Krabi Province, is one of most attractive destinations in southern Thailand. Krabi is an ideal getaway destination teeming with natural attractions including white sandy beaches, fascinating coral reefs, numerous large and small islands and verdant forests with caves and waterfalls. Daily flights operate between Bangkok and Krabi making it easily accessible.

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Ideally situated in the growing southern Thailand province of Krabi, Koh Lanta has converted from an 80’s backpacker haunt into a new hot spots in South East Asia. And while budget travelers still find ample space to cool their heels, Lanta has gone up-market in the past few years with new four and five star resorts dotting its picturesque 40 kilometers of Andaman Sea coastline. The island’s proximity to Phuket, Phi Phi, Krabi and even Bangkok, makes it a great holiday alternative to other crowded and commercial tropical island destinations.


The Phi Phi islands are some of the loveliest in Southeast Asia. Just a short speedboat jaunt from Phuket, or Krabi these picture postcard islands offer the ultimate tropical getaway.Classic beaches, stunning rock formations, and vivid turquoise waters teeming with colourful marine life - it’s paradise perfected.


The Similan Islands are a group of islands in the Andaman Sea off the coast of Phang Nga Province, southern Thailand. It is a national park which was established in 1982.Nine Unihabited islands with some of the best scenery in Thailand

The Similan Islands National Park is known for long white coral sand beaches, crystal blue waters- home to the best diving and snorkeling sites in Thailand. The Similan Islands are home to a huge variety of marine life and incredible opportunities to see rare and endangered species. Often referred to as one of the best dive spots in the world . While the underwater world may attract some people - there are also many varieties of birds and animals on the Similan islands.

The Similan Islands are very easy to visit. Located only 50 Kilometers from Khao Lak - Visiting the Similan Islands should be a must in your next holiday


Surin Islands comprise of five main islands, including 2 large islands consisting of the northern Surin island and southern Surin island which located very adjacent like the twin island. They are separated by the 200 meters width shallow sea. In the low tide period, you can walk across to the other island or so-called "cutted channel bay". The other three islands are the rock islands with some dwarf trees.

The Surin Islands are a great spot for Snorkeling and Diving.Visiting the Surin islands is as easy as hopping on a speed boat from Khao Lak.


Koh Samui is the third largest island of Thailand after Phuket and Koh Chang and one of the most popular destinations for travelers. In recent years it developed to a tropical beach resort but still maintained its charm and has everything to offer - from coconut tree fringed beaches to tropical jungles to a vibrant nightlife.

Day tours to the neighbor islands of Koh Phangan, Koh Tao and the Angthong Marine National Park are a must if you plan to visit Koh Samui. Direct flights to Samui airport operate daily from Bangkok, Singapore and Hongkong making it easily accessible.


Koh Tao , an island north of Koh Samui and Koh Phangan, is one of the most beautiful islands in the Gulf of Thailand. Koh Tao has been widely dubbed "the Paradise island" for their peerless natural beauty both on land underwater.Ko Tao is less developed than Ko Samui and Ko Pha Ngan, but has become increasingly popular with those wishing to escape the crowds.


Koh Phangan is famous for the Full Moon Party which is held every month.It brings hundreds of people to the island for a fantastic beach party.People think Koh Phangan is destination only for backpackers, or young people enjoying the Full Moon Party , but this is a large island and the party is just a tiny part of it. Situated just 15kms from Koh Samui, its about an hour’s boat ride.