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There is no better way to start your life together or reignite your romantic flame than getting away from it all with your significant other, even if it is just for the weekend. And with every romantic holiday, the journey can be just as important as the destination. Whether it is by land, sea, or air, each option has its advantages and charms to consider.
How much time do you have? Would you like the option to stop at places along the way? Are you going from one place to another or just exploring a particular area?What kind of budget are you working with? Selecting how you travel can make the difference in a truly romantic experience.
Within Bangkok and in the provinces, try taking a spin with the local means of transport, whether it is a tuk-tuk or a songtaew pick-up truck or a longtail boat.One thing you will find in Bangkok is that the multitude of taxis are friendly, knowledgeable, and the metered fare is very reasonably priced, while an ever expanding network of subways and skytrains add convenience to life in the metropolis (and another great opportunity to people-watch).
The adventurous couple might also enjoy the express water taxis along Bangkok’s klongs or ferrying passengers along the Chao Phraya River for a relative pittance.
Thailand is just the right size to fly anywhere you want in just about an hour, to enjoy the cool misty green mountains of the north or the stunning blue seas of the beaches and islands in the south.
The romance of the high seas is eternal, and it is no wonder the most idyllic means of travel around the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand is on a chartered cruise.
Of all the modes of travel, travelling by rail is probably the most romantic. And no name is more distinguished in this regard as The Orient Express, which captures and preserves the romance of long distance rail with beautifully appointed railcars.
Many of us have never ridden a helicopter, and when it comes to romantic holidays, shouldn't it include extraordinary experiences that you can both share?