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Thailand Honeymoon Experience

For a romantic getaway comprising of arts, culture, nature and the extra touch of amorous this honeymoon experience is the one to go on. Visit iconic temples in Bangkok, partake in a traditional Lanna-style wedding ceremony in Chiang Mai and  spend laissez-faire days in the pristine island of Koh Samui.

HIGHLIGHTS

Various activities on sites

  • Visit the iconic temples of Bangkok and Chiang Mai and learn about the importance of the religion in Thailand.
  • Cruise down majestic rivers to admire the breathtaking sights of Chao Praya River
  • Enjoy the spectacular view of Bangkok and its surroundings by boarding a private helicopter
  • Enjoy an unforgettable hot air balloon ride in Chiang Mai. 

Unforgettable moments

  • Dress up in traditional outfits and partake in a traditional Lanna-style wedding ceremony.
  • Receive an unforgettable private blessing ceremony and watch the evening chanting ceremony of the temple’s monks.
  • Experience the honeymoon photo shoot with local people and beautiful surrounding natural scenery in Chiang Mai
  • Enjoy leisurely days and relax on the beaches of Southern Thailand

Nature exploration

  • The amazing and peaceful scenery of the countryside of Thailand
  • The magical beauty of the forested mountains, valleys and stunning rice fields of Thailand
  • The peaceful beauty of the southern Thailand with caves, hidden lagoons and white sand beaches

Culture experience

  • Learn about the culture & history of Thailand
  • Learn about the traditional Thai cuisine while enjoying good food in here
  • Experience the peasant culture of the people living in the countryside of Thailand

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Detailed schedule

Day 1 - Welcome to Bangkok

On arrival in Bangkok, be met by a representative who will fast-track the immigration procedure. Be assisted with the luggage and be introduced to our travel guide. Then, be transferred to the hotel by a private car, check-in and enjoy a glass of welcome champagne with other honeymoon amenities carefully prepared in advance for a wonderful romantic time together.
In the late afternoon, be met by the guide at the hotel’s lobby and be escorted on a private air-conditioned vehicle to Sirocco, located at the State Tower at Lebua, on the 65th floor. Be there at the Skybar just right in time to chill out with a sunset cocktail while enjoying panoramic views of Bangkok. Following this, it’s time to enjoy dinner.
Overnight in Bangkok.

Notes

Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport – The Peninsula Hotel (approx. 40 km): approx. 40 min – 1 hr

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Day 2 - Bangkok Exploration

Breakfast at the hotel. Go behind the scenes for a closer look at Buddhist culture. Start the morning with a trip to Wat Pho, arguably Bangkok’s most enchanting temple. Arrive just as the resident monks gather for their morning chants. Witness this deeply spiritual ritual and gain a better sense of Thailand’s Buddhist heritage.
After the chants, take a walk around Wat Pho and see the vast collection of religious treasures on display. Admire the famed reclining Buddha image, which stretches 45-metres in length. Learn about the symbolism of the Buddha’s intricate footprint and witness devotees making offerings to this revered image.
The tour then continues to the nearby Grand Palace, which has served as the seat of Thailand's revered Royal family for more than two centuries. Take a walk around the vast grounds, stopping in to explore the various temples, throne halls and museums within the compound. Visit the Emerald Buddha, the most revered Buddhist image in Thailand, and hear about its mysterious origins. (Note: Grand Palace is one of the most popular destinations and is usually a number one must-see place in Bangkok. Not surprisingly, it receives millions of tourists annually. To get the best of your visit and avoid crowds on spot we will allow your guide flexibility to visit the temple either early morning or late afternoon if possible in your itinerary. If you by any means decide that there are too many people for your liking, the guide can bring you to an alternative temple in the area such as Wat Saket or Wat Suthat, this decision needs to be made before entering the Grand Palace.)
Enjoy your Thai set lunch at Supatra River House and then hop on a luxury boat along the Chao Phraya River through Thonburi klongs (canals), see the local life and enjoy a delicious of Thai dessert and canapé served on board. Continue back down the Chao Phraya river and onwards to the hotel.
This evening, explore the flavors, spices and aromas of the city’s Village of Love - the historic Bangrak neighborhood. Experience how the locals live, eat and shop as you take part in unique local food tastings each packed with authentic history and intimate stories of the neighborhood.
Our local experts have hand-picked food that is guaranteed to tickle your taste buds, and their intimate stories of Bangkok and Thailand’s everyday culture will fill your minds with amazement.
Overnight in Bangkok.

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Day 3 - Bangkok Exploration

After breakfast at the hotel, start the day with an exclusive Bangkok helicopter experience. Board a private helicopter from the Peninsula Helipad.
As the helicopter rises, enjoy the spectacular view of Bangkok and its surroundings. Fly along Chao Phraya River to Rama Nine Bridge, before moving further to the Samut Prakarn suburban area. Spot the gigantic statue of the three-headed elephant at Erawan Museum, and soar towards the ancient city, unconcerned with the traffic below.
While turning back towards the helipad, admire the impressive panoramic views of the ‘Magnificent City of the Nine Gems’. Enjoy the beverages served on board as the helicopter flies over well-known business districts.
After approximately 30-minute of flight, descend from the helipad back at the Peninsula.
Lunch at the hotel and free at leisure in the afternoon.
In the late afternoon, embark on a sunset cocktail cruise. Be escorted from the hotel to the cruise. On board, enjoy drinks and canapés along Chao Phraya River. On the way back, be dropped off at the pier of Mandarin Oriental for the special dinner with the private Joe Louise puppet show at a Thai style pavilion restaurant called “Baan Noi”.
After dinner, board the hotel shuttle boat back to the Peninsula Hotel.
Overnight in Bangkok.

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Day 4 - Bangkok - Chiang Mai

Breakfast at the hotel, check-out and transfer to Bangkok airport for the flight to Chiang Mai.
Upon arrival in Chiang Mai Airport, be met by our guide and be transferred by luxury car to the hotel. Check-in and free at leisure at the hotel.
In the afternoon, explore the ancient city of Chiang Mai, including its old city walls, gates, moat and markets. First, visit Wat Suan Dok where the ashes of Chiang Mai’s royal family are interred. Then go to the historic Wat Jed Yod and continue to Wat Phra That Doi Suthep which is a sacred temple in northern Thailand set high on a mountain on the outskirts of Chiang Mai. The local guide will explain the story of the temple and show its impressive chedi and beautiful murals.
In the late afternoon, get a chance to experience the magical view of Chiang Mai as the city lights begin to light up below. Receive an unforgettable private blessing ceremony and watch the evening chanting ceremony of the temple’s monks.
Afterwards, take part in a memorable Khantoke dinner which is a northern Thailand dinner accompanied by music and dance. The meal is served on a low, circular table called toke. Enjoy dining on delicious local specialties while watching a spectacular performance of northern Thai folk dancing.  
Overnight in Chiang Mai.

Notes

The Peninsula Hotel – Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport (approx. 40 km): approx. 40 min – 1 hr Chiang Mai Airport – 137 Pillars House (6.9 km): 17 min
 

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Day 5 - Chiang Mai - Lanna-style Wedding Ceremony

This morning, depart from the hotel around 06:00 (Note: A takeaway breakfast box from the hotel will be provided) and ride a deluxe car for a trip to a special ceremony.
Drop off at a beautiful northern Thai-style teak wood house surrounded by a nice, relaxing garden with old trees. The house is beautifully decorated in traditional Lanna style, adorned with scented flowers at every corner, keeping the authentic touch and feel of a Northern Lanna wedding ceremony.
A traditional Lanna style wedding is about to commence so get ready to be dressed in Lanna wedding attire. The morning wedding ceremony starts with a parade of the groom and supporters carrying trays of gifts and flowers. Receive ‘soul enlightenment’ (‘Kwan’ in Thai) for a blessed and happy married life. The head monk leading the private blessing ceremony will perform a tying of the string on the wrists that bind two people as one. End the ceremony by planting a love tree.
Return to the hotel after the ceremony where lunch is served. Enjoy a ‘khao soy’ lunch (traditional curried noodle soup) which is a signature dish of northern Thailand. Each meal is served in specially designed ‘khao soy’ sets, consisting of 8 small ceramic condiment dishes, laid around a large ‘khao soy’ bowl and set on an artist’s palette.
In the afternoon, relax at the hotel and enjoy the hotel facilities.
Overnight in Chiang Mai.

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Day 6 - Chiang Mai - Honeymoon photo shoot

Breakfast at the hotel. Leave from Chiang Mai town and drive out of town to a local community for the honeymoon photo shoot with local people and beautiful surrounding natural scenery. The photo shoot will be taken by a professional photography and videography team. Get perfect shots from above by drone and other camera equipment. Great memories to bring home from this trip! Enjoy a luxury picnic lunch prepared by the hotel.
Return to the hotel in the late afternoon.
Overnight in Chiang Mai.

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Day 7 - Chiang Mai - Hot Air Balloon Ride - Elephant Camp

Wake up early morning at 05:30. Enjoy an unforgettable hot air balloon ride in Chiang Mai. Awake early and transfer in the dark to the launch site on the outskirts of town (Note: A takeaway breakfast box from the hotel will be provided). Enjoy a cup of coffee while the crew inflates the balloon, watching as the canopy rises gently into the air.
Following a safety briefing from the pilot, climb into the basket. Once everyone is on board the pilot will fire up the burners, release the ropes, and start navigating the balloon into the sky. Soar higher and higher as the sun peeks over the horizon. The gentle breeze will help the pilot fly the balloon over the countryside. Pass fields and rice paddies, see the lush Ping River Valley and dip low over rural Thai villages. Enjoy the solitude of the open skies while soaking up the panoramic views.
After 1-1.5 hours, the pilot will begin to descend back to the ground. Land in the countryside and celebrate with a champagne toast, a ballooning tradition.
Armed with a certificate of achievement and a camera-full of memories.
Continue to be transferred to the Elephant Discovery Camp, located in a private natural area up on a hill which is not open to the public. Meet the staff of the camp to change and be transferred by 4WD drive to the campsite.
Upon arrival at the camp, enjoy lunch served at the camp. After that meet an elephant mahout, be introduced to the elephants, and learn about their story and daily lifestyle. Interact and play with the elephants under mahouts’ supervision and form a bond with them. Enjoy a walk alongside hem and enjoy watching them play in the mud pond. Learn to communicate with them and how to prepare nutritional food and desserts for them using various natural ingredients. Also, have fun bathing and soaking the elephants in a big pond.
Overnight in Chiang Mai.

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Day 8 - Chiang Mai - Koh Samui

Breakfast at the hotel, check-out and be transferred back to Chiang Mai airport for the flight to Samui.
Upon arrival at Samui Airport, meet with representative for private transfer to the hotel. Check-in and spend the rest of the afternoon free at leisure in the hotel.
This evening, enjoy a private dining on the beach, called ‘Once in a Blue Moon’. Tuck-in to a candlelight dinner filled with a cozy ambience and sea breeze, this will be a special moment to be remembered. Enjoy a choice of dinner set menu from Thai, Thai Fusion, and Western.
Overnight on Koh Samui.

Notes

Samui Airport – Four Season Resort Koh Samui (19.2 km): 35 min

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Day 9 - Koh Samui

Breakfast at the hotel. Today is a relaxing honeymoon photoshoot day together with a professional photographer who will capture the best shots for an unforgettable moment in time. There are many beautiful scenes at the resort and around for perfect honeymoon shots. The shoot takes around 2 hours.
Spend the rest of the day free at leisure or enjoy the optional activity.

OPTIONAL: Half Day Cooking Class at the Hotel
Learn to cook at KOH Cooking School, Four Season Resort Koh Samui. Each class includes two recipes from the resort’s menu (the menu is changed on a daily basis). (L or D)
Time: 2 hours
Departure: Daily, except Thursdays and Sundays
Note:
Max. 4 persons
Book directly with the hotel

OPTIONAL: Spa Treatment “Sunset Connection” (120 minutes)
A blissful flowing massage followed by a flower- fragranced bath beneath the forest canopy. Melt into the evening with an intense full body massage with warm oil, then retire to a warm bath infused with tropical flowers. Choose to bathe in the Spa’s al fresco tubs or in the personal villa.
Departure: Daily
Note: Book directly with the hotel
Overnight on Koh Samui.

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Day 10 - Koh Samui

Breakfast at the hotel. Spend a free day at leisure or enjoy an optional activity.

OPTIONAL: Full Day Cruise to Mu Koh Angthong National Park by Luxury Yacht
Hop on a private full day cruise to Mu Ko Angthong National Park which consists of 42 islands. Its main islands are Phaluai Island, Wua Chio Island, Wua Talap Island and Mae Ko Island. 
Explore the area’s many caves, hidden lagoons and white sand beaches, or go kayaking and snorkelling among the shallow coral gardens for a popular and fascinating day trip. All of the islands are close to each other, making for a breathtaking panorama when throughout around the park. Each island has its own, unique size, shapes and geological makeup. Most of them are covered with tropical forests and named after their distinguishing geography, a kind of descriptive appellation, such as 'Sleeping Cow Island' and 'Three Pillar Island'. 
Mae Ko (Mother Island) is a must-see stop. Here, an emerald seawater lake in the middle of the island is encircled on all sides by limestone cliffs, but linked by an underground tunnel connecting with the sea. Reaching the lake entails a short climb of 10 minutes or so but be rewarded with a spectacular views across the whole park. 
Departure: Daily
Note: Book directly with the hotel
Overnight on Koh Samui.
 

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Day 11 - Koh Samui

Breakfast at the hotel. Spend the rest of the day free at leisure at the hotel.
This evening, have a wonderful time on board by a private luxury cruise along the Andaman Sea. Relax with a special cocktail and canapés while enjoying a nice sunset view.
Return to the hotel for a farewell dinner.
Overnight on Koh Samui.

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Day 12 - Koh Samui - Departure

Our guide will meet up with you at the hotel and transfer you to the airport for your departure flight to your onward destination. 

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