Honeymoons in Thailand

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Thailand Overview

Thailand truly does have something for everyone with its outstanding hospitality, many attractions and hot tropical climate. It is the only destination for those who wish to get a taste of culture but combine it with beautiful beach resorts. Bangkok is vibrant and lively whilst Phuket, Koh Samui and Krabi are all very popular resorts with beaches perfect for snorkelling and diving. Explore the jungle in the North and visit Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai to take in some stunning scenery.

Key Facts for Thailand

Currency: Thai Baht

Capital: Bangkok

Language: Thai

Flight time: 12 hours from London

When to Honeymoon in Thailand

When to go:
November to March are the best months to visit when there is little rain and the humidity is lower, although Koh Samui is best visited from June to September

Flight Information:
Bangkok is approx 12 hours from London with direct flights to Thailand operated by British Airways, Thai Airways and Phuket Airways

Thai Baht

Visas are required for stays of over 30 days

Average Temperatures (°C)

Average Daily Sunlight (hours)

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Getting Married in Thailand

Thailand is a beautiful country full of culture and excitement; The perfect destination for your wedding abroad if you are looking for a destination with a twist. There are several beautiful parts to Thailand that you can experience during your wedding celebration.  From the vibrant and colourful city of Bangkok to the more remote and private islands such as Phuket and Koh Samui, Thailand can offer you both value for money and amazing weather, for the most part. Tropical beaches line the islands of Thailand and the sunsets will provide breathtaking backdrops for your wedding photography.  If you are travelling to Thailand for your destination wedding then it makes sense to double it up as your magical and romantic honeymoon destination as well.

Marriage Requirements


A Valid Passport

Affidavit of Freedom to Marry under Thai Law:
This is an Affidavit notarized by your Embassy or Consulate stating that you are both free to marry and in effect they have no objection to you doing so. You will be required to visit your Embassy or Consulate in Bangkok to obtain this document and you will each require individual Affidavit.

If you are divorced - a Decree Absolute

If you are a widower - a Death certificate and previous Marriage Certificate.

Proof of income may be required:
This is stated on the affidavits if any income is declared. (Best to check with your Wedding Planner or Tour Operator).

Prenuptial agreement:
If you are planning to have a prenuptial agreement this will not be recorded by the registrar in Thailand.