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    Hi there, chances are that Thailand would be a fine place for a honeymoon. I have been many times and there is bound to be a spot that suits both of you...so ask around to find out how "civilized" or adventuresome you want it to be. Please beware of the Monsoons as they are to be avoided...check to see how much rain is expected in the area you want to visit : http://www.thailandlogue.com/weather-in-thailand over 7 years ago

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    The rainy season in Phuket starts in May. What that means is there is some rain a lot of days. Look at www.phukettravelandtours.com for some activity options. Accom is very cheap as well at this time.

    Another island is Koh Samui, which is quieter and not as exposed. over 7 years ago

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    I wouldn pick phuket for honeymoon...too much hustle and bustle...ko on the eastern side...koh samui tao or phangan over 7 years ago

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    Hi, Nomad2b.
    Hopefully, this site gives you some inspiration for your honeymoon plan.you can find unique experiences.
    https://www.govoyagin.com/activities?country=thailand&area=bangkok&category=all&sort_by=review over 7 years ago

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    It really depends on the type of honeymoon you want, if it is the clubbing/party type then definitely one of the islands down south. If you are looking for a more relaxed stay then I can highly recommend Chiang Mai, it's the ancient capital of Thailand and has an abundance of places of interest to visit both within the city itself or not too far away. You can relax a bit more due to there not being so much hustle and bustle that you will see if you go to Pattaya or Phuket. I have spent time in bangkok and both of the above resorts, I now live in Chiang Mai with my wife and daughter, mainly because it is more relaxed. over 7 years ago

    Answered by Ginge Warne via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    Thailand over 7 years ago

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    May is generally considered a Monsoonal month here, so you might find yourself in the middle of a lot of rain showers, not saying that is not romantic in itself though :). Some great Honeymoon retreats here are in Koh Samui, Koh Chang, Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai.

    One advantage of coming here in May is that it since it is an off-season as far as tourism goes, the crowds will be lesser and the prices will be cheaper. over 7 years ago

    Answered by joe_t via Site_iconTravellr.com

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