Tourism Authority of Thailand Launches Honeymoon Site

If you have clients looking to try a different twist on a honeymoon, we suggest checking out Thailand. The Tourism Authority of Thailand has recently launched its dedicated Honeymooning site, at www.honeymooning-in-thailand.com.

The new site is solely devoted to customized honeymoon packages in some of Thailand's most exotic and romantic locations, along with luxe properties and spas.

Here is a sampling of packages available:

Celebrate the Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Towers' "Memorable Honeymoon by the River Package," including three nights' accommodations in a Junior Suite; luxury round trip airport transfer; daily breakfast served in the guest's room or at the hotel's restaurant; sparkling wine and fruit basket upon arrival; nightly turndown of elephant chocolate, heart-shaped cake and a bouquet of roses; romantic dinner cruise on the "River of Kings"; 60-minute massage at Mandara Spa; and an early check-in as well as a late check-out. Rates begin at $840. Visit www.sheraton.com/bangkok.

Honeymooners are invited to relax and embark on a journey with Melati Beach Resort & Spa's "Honeymoon Package." This package includes four-nights' accommodations in a Grand Deluxe room with daily American breakfast; round trip transfer from Samui Airport; a welcome fruit basket and flower arrangement in room upon arrival; one bottle of sparkling wine; a candlelit dinner for two at View Pha Nang Restaurant; 60-minute Aroma Massage for two; late check-out complimetnary shuttle bus to Chaweng Beach; complimentary internet access; 20 percent coupon for food and beverage at View Pha Nang and Kan Sak Thong; and a 10 percent discount for laundry service. Rates begin at $1,000. Visit www.melatiresort.com.

For more packages visit www.honeymooning-in-thailand.com.
 

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