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A honeymoon is a perfect opportunity to learn more about your spouse and share your dreams about your future as partners. It’s also an ideal time to relax and indulge in scrumptious food after a strict exercise regimen couples may have followed in preparation for their big day. But you need a professional travel partner equally keen to create lasting honeymoon memories. Visit us if you are looking for Koh Samui honeymoon packages that match your travel style and budget.
Koh Samui is probably the most visited place in Thailand, bringing in millions of visitors annually from across the world. It is the country’s second-largest resort island and home to multiple tourist attractions, including national parks, beaches, and temples. Koh Samui is also famous for its active nightlife with the best bars, clubs, and night markets. This island offers amazing water sports –from snorkeling and deep-sea fishing to paddleboarding and flyboarding. At GT Holidays, we curate some of the best Koh Samui honeymoon tour packages that include everything the island offers.
Koh Samui is equally famous as a food destination. Tourists can visit the island’s multiple food markets to sample exotic tropical fruits and other local produce. And if you love Thai food, don’t miss the Nathon Night Food Market to sample a variety of local delicacies, including pad thai, smoked fish, banana pancakes, and a variety of sausages.
This is one of the most popular beaches in Koh Samui and the most developed as well. The beach is famous for its powdery white sand and beautiful landscape. Thanks to the multiple beachside restaurants and water sports, it is always busy. Chaweng is divided into four sections: North Chaweng, Central Chaweng, South Chaweng, and Chaweng Noi. North Chaweng is famous for snorkeling but is less crowded and ideal if you’re looking for romantic Koh Samui honeymoon tour packages.
Central Chaweng is lively and full of bars, clubs, and fine-dining restaurants. There are plenty of chain restaurants and pizza outlets if Thai food doesn’t excite you. Chaweng Noi is a comparatively quiet beach with small, inexpensive eateries. Similarly, South Chaweng is quiet but lined with streetside shops selling exotic fruits and local delicacies.
Wat Plai Laem, or the Big Buddha Temple, is one of the most famous temples in Koh Samui and home to various statues of Buddha in different sizes and forms. The statue is situated just off the corner from Koh Samui on a tiny island. The local name for the temple is Wat Phra Yai; it is connected to the mainland by a causeway. The statue is made of gold and appears in a sitting position wherein it depicts the Buddha rejecting all temptations. The 12 feet statue is the first thing people notice as they walk toward the temple.
When visiting the temple, remember to cover your shoulders and respect the local’s religious beliefs. You must also take your shoes off when entering the temple to pay respect to the Buddha.
Ang Thong was established as a marine park in the 1980s to highlight and protect the diverse marine life around Ang Thong. The park is spread over 97 miles in the Gulf of Thailand and is an archipelago of 42 islands of varying sizes. The major islands include Ko Phaluai, Ko Wua Ta Lap, Ko Phai Luak, etc. Tother, they form the Ang Thong National Marine Park and are home to dozens of wildlife species, including angel fish, parrot fish, stingrays, black tip sharks, groupers, and crabs. But the wildlife on land is equally impressive, including iguanas, pythons, monkeys, and brahminy kites.
The vegetation is equally impressive, with over four types of forests; dry evergreen forests, beach forests, limestone forests, and mangroves. Some of the activities offered at the park include snorkeling, kayaking, diving, rock climbing, and hiking. You could also relax by the beach or stay overnight camping. Make sure you choose the right Koh Samui honeymoon packages to experience these activities.
There are multiple local markets in Koh Samui offering a vast selection of shopping and dining experiences, ranging from clothes and accessories to handicrafts and local food. While there are plenty of markets in popular places like Chaweng and Lamai, some markets are very famous for their choice of food and shopping options. The Nathon Walking Market is a great place to sample local cuisine, with hundreds of stalls lined up with Thai delicacies ranging from fresh fruits and pad thai to grilled and skewered meats, seafood, and even insects.
The Fisherman’s Village along Bophut Beach is famous for its street foods, drinks, and souvenirs. You can enjoy performances by street artists while enjoying local Thai food or go bar hopping. And if you’re looking for authentic handicrafts, visit the Lamai night market – it is less crowded but full of local flavors. You cannot visit Thailand and miss a visit to one of the many floating markets. The Choeng Mon Night Market is famous for its takeaway food and relaxed vibe.
Koh Samui is famous for its Instagrammable beaches lined with palm trees and craggy limestone formations that stand precariously on turquoise waters. To best experience the varied marine life and vibrant corals, you must dive into its waters, offering marvelous underwater scenery. Not to mention the powdery white sands and crystal clear waters best enjoyed while relaxing on a sun lounger with a fresh coconut.
While there are plenty of secluded beaches in Koh Samui, some are very popular for their expansive water vistas. You mustn’t miss Chaweng, Lamai, Bophut, and Choeng Mon beaches in Koh Samui. Silver Beach, Lipa Noi, and Maenam Beach are equally famous. Most beaches offer more than picturesque views – they are lined with countless bars, clubs, and restaurants, promising a great time to tourists looking for vibrant nightlife.
In Thailand, Buddhism is a way of life rather than a religion. Here, the Buddha’s teachings are all-pervasive, influencing every aspect of an average Thai’s life, from art and architecture to business. In Thailand, you mustn’t miss visiting some of the popular temples in Koh Samui, with the Big Buddha Temple being the most famous. This temple is renowned for its 12-meter Buddha statue that sits majestically on Koh Fan island, a few kilometers off Koh Samui. Hin Lad is equally famous for the beautiful scenery that greets tourists en route to the temple. It is situated in the middle of an evergreen forest and boasts a lovely garden, a dedicated meditation area, and various religious sculptures.
You mustn’t miss the Wat Plai Laem Buddhist temple, famous for its 18-armed image of Guanyin, the Thai Goddess of Mercy and Compassion, and its elaborate architecture.
At GT Holidays, we offer some of the best Koh Samui honeymoon tour packages throughout the year. But your vacation choice depends on your budget and the activities you have planned for your vacation. If you’re planning a winter vacation, look for Koh Samui honeymoon vacations between December and February. This is peak season, but there are plenty of accommodation options to suit every traveler. For the best hotels, consult our tour expert to choose the best Koh Samui packages for couples. The weather is perfect during this time and not much rain as well.
July to August is drier months but also prone to unannounced rains. October and November are the rainiest months and the best time when hotels to announce discounted Koh Samui honeymoon package costs.
Visit us if you are looking for customized Koh Samui honeymoon packages that offer the best this island offers.
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