If you preferred less traveled road then this is the place for you. Thailand is famous for beaches, islands, spas, massage etc but Thailand is much more than that. It has some unusual and amazing things to do when you want to cut the unwanted crowd from your vacation and want to spend some alone time either with your partner or just alone. Here is the reason what are some of the unique and amazing things to do in your Thailand honeymoon packages.
Enjoy their local Festivals
Guests are always welcome to be a part of local celebrations, and most the events and festivals offer a special perception into local traditions and cultures. If you are planning your trip in November then you must see Loi Krathong. In October you can experience a natural event that happens just once a year named the Naga Fireballs. Enjoy Songkran/Thai New Year water festival in April. Thailand is a country of nice and friendly people and their hospitality is top notch.
Explore some unusual Floating markets
It’s the iconic things in Thailand, the floating market. The area is filled with shabby wooden boats stacked high with vibrant local produce. There are numbers of the market you can choose from. Pick any market, and visit very early to avoid heavy crowds and cash the best bargains. These markets are very colorful and give you a picture-perfect spot to capture the beauty of vivid Thailand. Amphawa Floating Market, Samut Songkhram is best for any tourist who wants to see the temple also. It is located just next to a temple. But the biggest and the most famous floating market in Damnoen Saduak, Ratchaburi.
Kanchanaburi province is a picture perfect area covered with lush green forest and a dreamland for backpackers but it has some park history past. Here, you’ll find some remains of the Death Railway which link Thailand to Myanmar, and the Railway bridge over the River Kwai in Thailand. Both are built by WWII prisoners of war. But now it is a chilling spot, and one of the most essential visits on any Thailand holiday packages to get some alone time in amazing scenic landscapes. You can visit the Tiger Temple.
Witness the beauty of ancient ruins and national parks
Thailand features diversified panoramic landscapes, and its national parks are well known for their elegance and size. Some of the sites here are declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. These places are perfect for hikers and trekkers who want to enjoy the magnificent views with trekking. Prasat Hin Phimai Historical Park is one of the famous parks for hiking and trekking. Doi Inthanon National Park has the highest peak in Thailand. Khao Yai National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the largest monsoon forests in Asia.
Thailand has some amazing waterfall to explore. Sai Yok National Park has some of the amazing caves and waterfalls which definitely make your trip worth visiting, To observe some rare animals make your visit to Sai Yok National Park. You can also witness some of the Khmer ruins of the 12th century. Khao Sai Dao Waterfall can be explored while exploring the wildlife sanctuary. Erawan Waterfall boasts seven tiers of thrilling waterfalls, each providing freshwater pools you can go for swimming in it. The most beautiful waterfall is Thilosu waterfall and it is one of its kind in whole South-East Asia.
Shop til you drop
From street booths to vibrant marketplaces, you can go shopping at each and every turn in Thailand. Bangkok is the best place for a shopping. There are numbers of markets you can shop in like Asiatique Night Market located in Riverside which opens all seven days a week. Weekend Market opens only on Saturday and Sunday. JJ Mall is also known as Chatuchak. stroll the streets of Night Bazaar in Chiang Mai. Wualai Walking Street Saturday Market opens only on Saturday. These are some of the great places from where you can buy a souvenir for your friends and family.