It should be no surprise that Thailand is a popular location for honeymoons, anniversary excursions, and other romantic getaways because the country is famous for its historic temples, lively cities, peaceful beaches, and various landscapes. What better time to think about planning a romantic trip to Thailand? These are some of the ideas that we have put up for the future.
Relax with a couples massage
Treating yourself to a massage after the vacation, after a day of sightseeing, or simply because you deserve it is an excellent idea at any time. And the Thais know quite a bit about this topic, which is not surprising considering that they have been practicing this respectable art for almost 2,000 years. Traditional Thai massage, also known as nuad thai, is one of Thailand’s most well-known forms of alternative treatment. This practise can be traced back to the rural areas of Thailand, where traditional Thai medicine practitioners commonly used it to treat musculoskeletal conditions among the local populace. Nuad Thai can be broken down into two categories: one is more focused on providing therapeutic benefits, while the other is more concerned with providing health benefits. UNESCO recognised nuad Thai as a candidate for inclusion on the list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity as a result of its profound cultural origins.
You can have a massage at a wide variety of establishments in Thailand, ranging from day spas to hotels and spas to health retreats. Even in public places like airports, shopping malls, and religious sites like Wat Pho in Bangkok.
Sailing among pink water lilies
There are a lot of natural treasures to be seen in Thailand. The lotus blooms and the water lily lakes are two of them that come to mind. The Red Lily Lake in the province of Udon Thani is the first, and it is at its most beautiful between the months of December and February. The second one, known as Thale Noi, can be found in the province of Phatthalung in the south of the country and is at its most beautiful during the months of March and April. To get the most out of this experience, you should get up before sunrise and rent a boat so you can watch the blossoming and opening of the blooms. Thanks to the pink tones of the lilies and the early dawn, you’ll get the impression that you’re a part of a painting. You will experience a level of quiet that is rare to find in other places, thanks to the water’s peacefulness and the birds’ music.
Learn to cook authentic Thai food
It is common knowledge that consuming the local cuisine is one of the most effective methods to become fully immersed in the culture of a location. One of the best things about travelling around Thailand is getting to try their local cuisine. This nation has an unrivalled culinary industry, with restaurants that provide everything from street food to haute cuisine and are lauded with Michelin stars.
Taking a cooking class in Thailand is among the most effective methods available for gaining genuine exposure to the country’s cuisine. The first order of business for most people is a trip to the neighbourhood market, where they may learn about the intricate flavours and components of Thai cuisine. Following that is the cooking lesson, during which you will get the opportunity to prepare anywhere from three to four different dishes, depending on which option you select. After that, you will be able to delight in sophisticated delicacies. You will also receive a copy of the recipes so that you may reproduce this special supper once you have returned home. This will allow you to surprise your friends with a night that is inspired by Thai cuisine.
Explore beaches, islands and limestone karst formations
Thailand is well-known for its untouched beaches that are surrounded by water that is a turquoise colour and for its impressive limestone karst structures. Taking a traditional long-tail boat out on the water for the day and spending the day island hopping is the greatest way to see the many islands and beaches that Thailand has to offer. You can go for a swim or snorkel to witness schools of fish, rent a kayak and paddle towards the limestone cliffs, relax with your spouse under the palm trees to soak up the sun, or take a nap in between each activity if you feel like it’s warranted.
Have a drink at one of Bangkok’s rooftop bars
The historical and cultural significance of Thailand’s most important city cannot be overstated. Nonetheless, it is also one of the cities in Southeast Asia that is considered to be among the most contemporary. Ancient temples, local customs and traditions, historic neighbourhoods, and even modes of transportation like the tuk tuk all include remnants of the city’s long and illustrious past, which can be discovered in every nook and cranny of the city. But in addition to the glistening pagodas and golden Buddha statues, there are also skyscrapers, shopping malls, 5-star hotels, contemporary restaurants, and trendy rooftop bars.
If you want to spend the evening doing something sophisticated, rooftop bars in Bangkok are the place to go. Other options are available, such as the Mahanakhon Skybar, Vertigo at Banyan Tree, and the Skybar at the Lebua. At each venue, you are assured of a delectable beverage selection in addition to a breathtaking view of the city.
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