It’s not a surprise that Thailand has some of the most romantic spots in the world. With its white-sand beaches, ancient ruins, magical waterfalls, and beautiful limestone mountains, it’s the perfect destination for all the lovebirds out there. We’ve had the opportunity to explore some romantic destinations in the Land of Smiles and with this article, we highlighted the 10 Most Romantic Places in Thailand.
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1. Explore the unseen Nakhon Ratchasima
Nakhon Ratchasima is located only about 3 hours northeast of Bangkok but however, it’s not that popular amongst tourists. This is the most romantic province that we’ve been to in Thailand. It doesn’t have those beautiful beaches that Thailand is known for, but it has its own charms. Nakhon Ratchasima is so unique that you might ask yourself if you are even still in Thailand. Most of the buildings here are built in an Italian style, however, it doesn’t just stop there. You can walk straight out of Italian architecture into a French-inspired village and then finish your world trip at a replica of the lifeblood of London, the River Thames. From Castles, mountains, waterfalls, sunflower fields to Italian inspired villages, couples can find it all in Nakhon Ratchasima.
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Best time to visit Nakhon Ratchasima
The best time to visit Nakhon Ratchasima is from December to January, since the sunflowers are blossoming during this time, and you don’t want to miss it.
Top 5 things to do in Nakhon Ratchasima
2. Go Island hopping in Krabi
Krabi is located in the South of Thailand and is known for its surprisingly beautiful limestone cliffs and emerald waters. If you are looking for a romantic island adventure, Krabi is definitely the place where you want to be. It has over a hundred offshore islands which you can get to by taking a boat from the mainland. The two most popular islands around Krabi is Phi Phi island and Hong island. There are more beautiful island day trips that you can take for less than $30. Krabi is also known for its mangrove forests, rock climbing, kayaking, snorkelling, and hot springs. It has an active nightlife, although not nearly as active as Phuket and Pattaya. Krabi is the ultimate romantic destination for all couples and honeymooners out there.
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Best time to visit Krabi
The best time to visit Krabi is any time from November until March. Thailand doesn’t experience rainfall in April and May, but it might not be the best time to visit. April is the hottest time of the year in Thailand. Krabi is the perfect island destination, so, for this reason, You might not want to visit here during the hottest time of the year. From June until October is the rainy season in Thailand, which can put a downer on your island holiday.
Top 5 things to do in Krabi
3. Experience the sad history of Kanchanaburi
Kanchanaburi is a province filled with so much history and beauty. It’s mostly known for the Death Railway bridge that was built during World War 2, and the tragic deaths of the prisoners that were forced to build this bridge over the River Kwai. Even though this might put quite a damper on those romantic vibes, don’t overlook Kanchanaburi.
The reason why it made it onto the list of most romantic destinations in Thailand is because of the Erawan National Park and Sai Yok National Park. Erawan waterfalls is a 7 tier waterfall and it gets more romantic with every tier you climb up. We recommend visiting early to take the relaxing hike while avoiding the crowd and experience its incredible natural beauty. You are allowed to swim in some of the pools of water and what is more romantic than swimming under a waterfall. Sai Yok National Park is especially known for Sai Yok Yai and Sai Yok Lek waterfalls, Dao Wadung Cave, Khang Khao Cave, and Lawa Cave. If you want to make the best of your stay in Kanchanaburi, we would recommend renting a car or getting a personal tour guide that can take you to where you would like to go.
Best time to visit Kanchanaburi
The best time to visit Kanchanaburi would be right after the rainy season, so any time from November to February. Because it’s known for its beautiful waterfalls, you want to be there when the waterfalls have the most water. However, Kanchanaburi is beautiful all year round, and the waterfalls don’t dry out. We do, however, recommend avoiding Kanchanaburi during April because it’s the peak of summer.
Top 5 things to do in Kanchanaburi
4. The perfect island holiday on Koh Samui
Koh Samui is the second-largest island in the South of Thailand just after Phuket. Some people consider it to be one of the most romantic islands in Thailand. It’s known for its white sandy beaches, coconut groves, mountainous rainforest, plus luxury resorts and spas.
Couples can explore many of the island’s waterfalls or admire the 12-meter tall Buddha statue that stands on a small island just off the mainland of Koh Samui. There are so many day trips to Ang Thong National Park and the other islands close by, such as Koh Tao and Koh Pangan. The island is particularly famous for its unique rock formations known as Hin Ta and Hin Yai ( which resembles the male and female genitalia). After a long day of exploring, Koh Samui offers beautiful sunsets and endless romantic nights out. With so many restaurants on the beach where you can enjoy delicious meals by candlelight and fire shows, it’s easy to see why so many couples enjoy this island.
Best time to visit Koh Samui
Koh Samui is best experienced in the following months: February to June, September, and early December. During this time of the year, it’s great weather for the beach. February and March are the driest and the sunniest months on Koh Samui.
Top 5 things to do in Koh Samui
5. Enjoy the bustling city of Bangkok
Bangkok is the capital of Thailand, and it’s no coincidence that it’s the heart of Thailand. With so many things to do in Bangkok, it’s hard to decide what to do, so you don’t miss out. No matter what you feel like, all couples will find something to meet their romantic needs. Bangkok is well known for its large markets, stunning temples, unique cafes, and intrigued attractions. The city also has some hidden gems that are perfect for all couples. Whether you want to indulge in a couples massage, a romantic stroll through the streets of the Asiatique market, or enjoy a rooftop candlelight dinner, Bangkok has it all.
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Best time to visit Bangkok
Bangkok can be visited all year round. From January until December, it won’t make a big difference. April is the hottest month of the year in Thailand and May until October is the rainy season, but other than that, the weather is good all year round.
Top 4 things to do in Bangkok
6. Escape to the mountains in Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai is one of the most visited provinces in the north of Thailand, but somehow over the years, it has managed to keep a calm and laid back atmosphere. It’s perfect for those romantic couples that are searching for that peaceful serenity but still want to experience somewhat of a city vibe. Chiang Mai is bursting with beautiful jungles, misty mountains, colourful hill tribes, and a heap of scenic views. Adventurous couples can take part in some thrilling outdoor activities like rafting, hiking, and ziplining. While the more laid back couples can enjoy shopping, a Thai massage, and an authentic Thai cooking class.
Best time to visit Chiang Mai
The most ideal time to visit Chiang Mai is from October until April. During this time, the weather is cool, and you can enjoy a light breeze that fills the air. We recommend booking your trip to Chiang Mai while festivals are going on so you can see the best the city has to offer. Like the Cherry Blossom Viewing in December to January, the lantern festival on New Year eve, the umbrella festival in January, the flower festival in February, and Songkran (Thai New Year) in April.
Top 5 things to do in Chiang Mai
7. Stay on the elephant shaped Koh Chang
Koh Chang is also known as Elephant Island. It’s located in the east of Thailand, and it’s surprisingly the third-largest island in Thailand. This island is part of Mu Ko National Park, which preserves hiking trails and waterfalls all over the island. Koh Chang is one of the only islands here in Thailand which managed to retain a remote atmosphere. When you come to Koh Chang, you come here for that perfect beach holiday. Most of the hotels are built right on the beach making relaxing on the beach so magical.
Best time to visit Koh Chang
Koh Chang has three main seasons; a cool season, a hot season and a rainy season. The cool season is from November until the end of February. This is a popular time for tourists to visit because temperatures are between 27℃ and 30℃. The hot season lasts from the beginning of March until the beginning of May. Temperature can be 33℃ and higher. The rainy season stretch from June until the end of October. During this time, Koh Chang experienced unpredictable rainfall. It’s still a wonderful time to visit because the number of tourists drops during this time, so the island becomes even more remote.
Top 5 things to do in Koh Chang
8. Splash around the beaches of Hua Hin
Hua Hin used to be a remote fisherman village but over the years it has developed into a romantic escape for tourists. This town is the perfect blend of city life and beach life. Hua Hin offers everything from beaches, viewpoints, one of a kind markets, rock climbing, temples and so much more.
Best time to visit Hua Hin
November to February is considered to be the best time to visit Hua Hin because you are more likely to experience dry, sunny days. March to April are the hottest time of the year here. From June until October you might experience light to heavy rainfall.
Top 5 things to do in Hua Hin
9. Take a step back in time in Ayutthaya
There is just something so romantic about stepping back in time. Ayutthaya is one of Thailand’s most ancient towns. It used to be the former capital of Thailand, and some of the highlights include Wat Mahathat, Wat Yai Chai Mongkorn and Bang Pa In Palace. Couples can explore the whole town on a bicycle or a tuk-tuk ride. With ancient temples all around, you can escape from the present and imagine life 700 years ago. Nothing more romantic than strolling hand in hand through all the ancient ruins that surround you. One other activity you shouldn’t miss out on it the sunset cruise around the city. Also, spend the night in an expensive hotel or a traditional wooden Thai home-style hotel on stilts.
Best time to visit Ayutthaya
The best time to visit Ayutthaya is from November to the end of January. This is the only time when Ayutthaya experience less rainfall, making the weather ideal. As most of the attractions in Ayutthaya are outside, it is better to visit there during the winter months from December to January and avoid visiting during the summer peak in March and April.
Top 5 things to do in Ayutthaya
10. Spot an elephant in Khao Sok National Park
Khao Sok National Park is the new up and coming attraction in Thailand. The National Park is a nature reserve that’s located in southern Thailand. It contains dense jungle, tower-like limestone karst formations and the man-made Cheow Lan Lake. Couples have the opportunity to experience close and personal encounters with elephants, jungle trekking on foot and canoeing. This is once in a lifetime experiences. One of the most romantic places is the beautiful Cheow Lan Lake in with its floating raft houses and luxury tents which can be booked for a romantic night or two.
Best time to visit Khao Sok National Park
The best time to visit Khao Sok is from May to October because many of Khao Sok’s activities require rain. During this time, the wet and dry weather alternate. Most rainfall will be experienced during June and September, making this the best time for river-tubing. You can, however, visit the National Park all year round.
Top 5 things to do in Khao Sok National Park
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