Tour, Travel

Krabi Hotels A Amazing Getaway

Krabi, a delightful province in southern Thailand, is the ideal holiday destination for almost every type of tourists imaginable. There is such a diverse range of activities to suit all ages, from scuba diving to sun bathing and rock climbing to dining out on delicious Krabi seafood. There are also countless National Parks, bustling local markets, and charming fishing villages to explore, ensuring that holiday makers never run out of intriguing places to visit. It would do this fantastic Thai holiday resort a serious injustice to suggest that is more suitable for any one specific category of holiday maker!

However, there is no getting away from the fact, that Krabi is also an incredibly romantic environment that is particularly attractive to couples in love, both young and old. Krabi is not as developed as some of the other major Thai resorts such as Koh Samui or nearby Phuket, so those wishing to escape from the rest of the world, can make the most of isolated islands and deserted Krabi beaches, with only each other for company. And Krabi is such a dream-like setting that it seems to bring out the romance in even the most reserved of couples!

Because of this, newlyweds just setting out on an exciting new life together are increasingly choosing to spend a honeymoon to remember in Krabi. They are enticed by Krabi’s stunning scenery, with it’s backdrop of dramatic limestone cliffs set against sweeping, white sandy beaches and the emerald green waters of the Andaman. Krabi seems to embody the very idea of romance and is certainly able capture the imagination of those interested in affairs of the heart.

Honeymooners are also drawn to the glamour of the renowned five star Krabi resorts and hotels, where they are guaranteed a fairy-tail holiday and treated like royalty in sumptuous honeymoon suites. A number of Krabi hotels cater specifically for the honeymoon market and go out of their way to make sure that a holiday in their resort is both intimate and truly memorable. Many newlyweds pick the luxury Rayavadee resort on the Phranang Peninsula, which, as it is only accessible by boat, makes a secluded and idyllic hideaway where couples can simply lose themselves in each other.

The Tubkaak in Klong Muang is also tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the Ao Nang tourist areas, allowing starry-eyed lovers both the privacy and the peace and quiet that they yearn for. These indulgent Krabi hotels offer a superlative standard of accommodation and couples benefit from their own personal villas set in lush, tropical gardens. There are also spa facilities offering traditional Thai massage and beauty treatments, where couples can feel utterly pampered. Krabi honeymoon resorts provide all their guests with unique finishing touches and ensure that their recently married visitors receive extra, yet discrete, attention. They are often presented with a beautiful bouquet of flowers upon arrival and welcomed with champagne and honeymoon cake to their private suite.

Some couples who visit Krabi find themselves totally swept away with the romance of the area and choose to get married on the spur of the moment. Again, many Krabi hotels and resorts offer special wedding packages that take care of not only of the legalities, but all the practical arrangements such as the flowers, photographer and a lavish reception combining mouthwatering Thai food and warm Krabi hospitality.

A holiday in Krabi can put the sparkle back into any relationship, letting couples fall in love all over again. So, what are you waiting for? Why not whisk the love of your life off for a surprise holiday in this most heavenly of destinations, for a holiday romance all of your own!

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