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Some Most Romantic Resorts for couples getaway to Thailand


For couples, Thailand offers temptation in the sheer breadth of indulgent experiences. From private pool villas to five-star hotels and beachfront retreats, the luxury holiday and honeymoon options are endless. Together with thoughtful service and those beautiful Thai smiles, you have the makings of an unforgettable romantic escape.


 

Paresa Phuket.                                                                                                                                

Named after the ‘heaven of heavens’ in Sanskrit, Paresa perches high on the cliffs of Kamala Bay, with sandy beaches within easy reach and God-given views of Andaman Sea sunsets from all of its contemporary rooms. Sensitively designed around existing trees to make the most of its 30-acre coastal setting – with a natural palette of stone, timber and green slate roofs so it blends in with the bush – this restful resort does romance to the max. Opt for the ‘Infinity dining’ option, and staff will set up a day-bed for two suspended over the LED-lit infinity pool, where waiters will wade out to serve you supper beneath the stars.

Putahracsa Hua Hin.

Get your marriage off to a romantic start at Putahracsa in Hua Hin, where all that glitters isn’t gold – it’s calming white and beige. This stylish reinvention of Sixties motel architecture features romantic rooms and villas clustered around a rectangular infinity pool, bordered by wooden walkways and parasol-shaded day beds. The restaurant serves up delicious fusion food; nab a coveted table with two seats facing the sea (unless you’d rather stare into each other’s eyes lovingly). You can also request yoga sessions or unwind entirely with snooze-inducing spa treatments.

Layana Resort and Spa Ko Lanta, Krabi Province.

The 51-room Layana Resort and Spa is a luxury beachfront escape, with James Bond-style treatment that starts with a private speedboat along the scenic Andaman coast to Koh Lanta Island. The lush, adults-only resort consists of exquisite Garden Pavilions as well as exclusive Beach Suites (stand-alone bungalows) that sport private terraces and direct beach access. The resort offers a saltwater infinity pool, spa, and fitness centre. Guests can sample international and local Thai cuisine at the on-site restaurant, and as the name suggests, watch the sunset from the Sundowner Bar and Lounge.

The Shore Kata Beach, Karon, Phuket.

The Shore at Katathani is an upscale villa resort that caters mainly to couples and honeymooners. The spacious villas come with private plunge pools, some with direct ocean views. Its private location, tucked away in a cove along Kata Noi Beach, adds to the hotel’s intimate, beachy atmosphere. The property includes a small spa, an oceanfront restaurant, and freeform infinity pool with sweeping views of the beach.

Six Senses Yao Noi – Phang Nga.

It can be quite a struggle to tear yourself away from this hotel’s private pool villas and jaw-dropping views. But trust us, it’ll be well worth it. Tucked away on an unspoilt island facing Phang Nga Bay’s picturesque limestone pinnacles, the resort has access to some of the world’s best scuba diving and snorkelling sites, as well as sea-kayaking and sailing equipment. Can’t find your sea legs? Hop on a boat to nearby Krabi or Phuket for elephant trekking, mountain biking, hiking, and rock climbing.

 



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dishes you must try while celebrating Songkran


5 dishes you must try while celebrating Songkran!

April 7, 2018

 

Songkran is an annual festival celebrated in Thailand over the course of three days during the traditional Thai New Year. It takes place from 13th to 15th April every year. The first day is dedicated by the locals to cleaning their houses, and the second day is all about spending quality time with their family over a scrumptious Thai feast. The third day is spent offering food to monks after which locals and visitors take to the streets for a massive water fight. This act of dousing each other with water is traditionally to cleanse and invite good luck for the upcoming year.

 

If you happen to be visiting Thailand during the festival of Songkran, these mouth-watering dishes are definitely worth a try!

 

Pad Krapow Gai or Spicy chicken and basil stir-fry

Pad Krapow Gai or Spicy chicken and basil stir-fry

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Thai basil chicken, better known as pad kra pao gai, is one of the most popular, and most beloved Thai street food dish of all time. This deletable dish is made using holy basil and plenty of chillies which results in a magical marriage of flavours. Sometimes, the chicken is even substituted with minced pork. The dish is served with white rice and topped with a running fried egg which blends through the dish providing for a truly unforgettable experience, much like the festivities at Songkran.

 

Kai Yang

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Kai Yang when translated, literally means grilled chicken. It is eaten all over Thailand, is a staple at street markets and is commonly available at all times. The marinade of this dish typically includes fish sauce, garlic, turmeric, coriander root and white pepper. However, many variations exist. Compared to various other street food dishes, Kai Yang is mild and somewhat sweet. It is mostly served with traditional sticky rice and green papaya salad.

 

Khao Soi

Khao Soi is a creamy coconut curry noodle soup, perfect to warm you up after you’ve been doused in water! It is available in various options like chicken, beef, pork or vegetables. This mouth-watering soup has a rich and creamy coconut curry base, boiled egg noodles and is topped with crispy egg noodles, pickled mustard greens, shallots, lime and ground chillies fried in oil.

 

Gaeng Keow Wan

Gaeng Keow Wan or Thai green curry originates from central Thailand. This curry dish is spicy and is generally had with coconut milk that gives it the perfect balance. It is made from some of the most flavoursome ingredients like fresh green chillies, ginger, eggplant, and plenty of coconut milk. Gaeng Keow Wan will truly prove to be a celebration for your taste buds.

 

Mango Sticky Rice


And finally, a sweet treat to sweeten the festivities. Mango Sticky Rice is a traditional Thai dessert. Mangoes are ripest and sweetest during the summer months (April-May) which makes this dessert a must-try during Songkran. This dish is made with sweet coconut milk and sticky rice with fresh slices of mango placed atop.

 

For more information about Thailand Street Food, visit our website http://tourismthailand.in/



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