Places in Thailand to visit on Valentine’s Day

Places in Thailand to visit on Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and many people are looking for somewhere special to visit for the occasion. Let’s look at some travel options for you and your special someone on Valentine’s Day.

1. Singha Park Chiang Rai International Balloon Fiesta 2019

From February 13th-17th, the Singha Park Chiang Rai International Balloon Fiesta will be held at Singha Park in Chiang Rai. Boasting more than 30 huge balloons from 13 countries across the world, it’s the largest balloon competition in all of ASEAN. You’ll also also get to see performances by many talented artists and singers during the 5-day festival, and last but not least, any couples who want to tie the knot will have the opportunity to sign their marriage certificate while floating in a large balloon while hundreds of people watch from the ground!

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2. the Chrysanthemums Blooming

If you and your significant other love flowers, the Chrysanthemums Blooming in the Fog Festival might be just the destination for you. The festival will be held from February 8 to 17, 2019 in Nakhon Ratchasima. There you can enjoy a panorama of hundreds of thousands of chrysanthemums in many varieties across the 50-rai area. Only a short drive away, you can also visit other tourist attractions such as Florapark Wangnamkeaw, A Cup of Love, or Montana Farm.

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3. Khao Kho, Phetchabun Province

Khao Kho in Petchabun province is another popular sightseeing destination. Go for a drive or walk with your lover and take in the lush vistas of wildflowers against a backdrop of green mountain peaks. You can drop by at some cafes along the road to try some hot drinks. Other places near Khao Kho you should also visit are The Blue Sky Resort Khao Kho, wind farm, Pino Latte Resort & Cafe, Jolly Cafe, to name a few.

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4. Ratchada Train Market

If you prefer something simpler, make a visit to the Ratchada Train Market. It’s a night market where you can browse stalls hawking vintage clothing, bags, trendy accessories, and try a dizzying mix of flavourful and cheap street food. After walking around the place, sit and relax at a bar with a cold beer or a fruit smoothie and just people watch in the festive atmosphere.

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5. Chao Phraya River instead

Don’t want to leave Bangkok during Valentine’s Day? Try spending a romantic evening together on the Chao Phraya River instead. You can sit on a ferry dining on delicacies and taking in the lights and sights of the old city, from the Grand Palace to Wat Arun. Cruises have specific menus, from traditional Thai to international fare, so you can choose according to your tastes. You can also listen to music under the night sky, whether you prefer a party atmosphere of top-40 hits or a refined live performance of classical Thai instruments.

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