Thursday, 22 January 2015

Why Couples Must Visit the Island of Koh Samui in Thailand!

Nam keun hai reep tak. Translated from Thai this means: “When the water rises, hurry to get some.”  If you have an opportunity to do something exotic in your life, like visiting Thailand for instance, do it before it’s too late. Usually, you don’t get the same chance twice in a row. Thailand is a magical land with majestic natural beauty. However, you shouldn’t be thinking of taking this trip if you haven’t got at least two weeks of your free time, even though a month would be even better. It will take some time to taste the most of the interesting things it has to offer.

Leave the prejudices behind



Flights to Thailand usually last 10-15 hours, not more. Travel costs are actually your biggest concern when it comes to prices. Once you get there, everything else is incredibly affordable. Can you imagine buying delicious street food for less than a dollar, or paying under 20$ for a night in the most luxurious hotel? Yes, it’s that cheap. It’s very important to carefully choose the time of the year when you are going to visit Thailand. Probably the best time for this vacation is between January and May while the season of monsoons hasn’t started yet.

Perfect honeymoon destination


If you’ve decided to spend the whole month in Thailand, there’s no better place than Koh Samui to turn your plans into action. If you are newlyweds, sandy beaches, breathtaking sunsets, and luxurious accommodation with an intimate atmosphere are perfect conditions for a romantic getaway. No matter on which part of the island you decided to stay, it’s all well connected with highways leading you between coconut trees, offering you a fantastic view of the private villas, spas with pools, and apartments for tourists and honeymooners near the coast. On the other hand, if you’re engaged, here’s your chance to surprise her with the wedding of her dreams. What’s more, she might have never imagined that she will get married in Thailand, and this will surely be one of her dearest memories.


Activities on Thailand

After having delicious mango juice in the morning, you can enjoy Thai massage or a comfortable canoe ride to the nearest beach. At night you can visit traditional Thai night markets where you can find some quality silk, cheap souvenirs, the artworks of Buddha and other luxury goods. After you are done with shopping, you can take some rest in a Reggae pub or if you still have some energy left, you can watch a traditional Thai boxing match. For those who like to go wild all night long, there are many night bars available where you can try some of the exotic Asian cocktails such as a traditional Thai coco cocktail, a blushing dragon, the hakka or perhaps a tom yam.

Food


If you don’t speak Thai, you can smile and point at the food you like. Whatever you try you won’t be disappointed. From street food to some of the most exclusive restaurants, Thai food is one of the finest in the world. However, you haven’t been in Thailand if you haven’t tried Tom Yam Goong (classic Thailand dish with fragrant herbs) or Pad Thai (noodles dressed up with Tofu).

Enjoy your Thailand Tour and don’t forget to take some photos. It happens that people become so excited they forget to ‘immortalize’ some of the moments. Make sure you relax and have as much fun as you can in this magical place.