Looking for beautiful exotic islands in Thailand for your post wedding getaway? You are on the right track.

From having a castaway experience on a remote island to lounging on picture perfect beaches to adrenaline pumping adventures and out-of-the-world diving, these islands promise memories of a lifetime.

Thailand has so many amazing islands to choose from that picking the right ones for you can be a challenge. But fret not, we have cherry picked 10 of the best islands in Thailand for your honeymoon.

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1. Phuket

Phuket is the favorite haunt of honeymooners across the world and the most popular island in Thailand. It’s no surprise why – with its white sand beaches, turquoise waters, cozy resorts, luxury spas and an insane nightlife, Phuket caters to your every need.

Phuket

Why you should go: It has a million things to do. So if you want an endless stream of sights, sounds and action, Phuket is your best bet
Where’s the catch: Phuket is the most popular island in Thailand. So you might find yourself jostling for space everywhere you go
Ideal Duration: 4-5 days
Best time to go: November to April
Budget: Caters to all kinds of travelers – budget, mid-range and luxury

2. Koh Samui

Koh Samui is an island which appeals to almost everyone, but none more than honeymooners. It’s easy to see why – you can rejuvenate in world class spas, relax in plush resorts, have romantic dinners under the sky or indulge in some fine dining, all in one place. Koh Samui is the epitome of a romantic getaway.

Koh Samui

Why you should go: With its secluded beaches, waterfalls and stunning national parks, it’s perfect for nature lovers. It also has some of the dreamiest accomodations for a honeymooning couple
Where’s the catch: It can be a hard on your pocket as stay options are more expensive as compared to other islands
Ideal Duration:  3 days
Best time to go: Jan to August
Budget: Midrange to Luxury
Must try Experience: Trip to Ang Thong National Park

3. Koh Chang

Koh Chang is one of those relatively unexplored islands, which is now picking up among travelers. Full of tropical forests, it’s a dream for nature lovers. Being a part of the Mu Koh Chang national park, scuba diving here is a fantastic experience.

Koh Chang

Why you should go: There are lot of jungle trails,hiking through which, you can discover hidden waterfalls with the bluest pools you can lay your eyes on.
Where’s the catch: With a number of beachfront resorts coming up, there is little beach space left for you to enjoy
Ideal Duration:  3 days
Best time to go: November to April
Budget: Midrange to Luxury
Must try Experience: Scuba diving

4. Koh Phi Phi

Travelers swear by the beauty of this island – the main area in Phi Phi is a strip of land surrounded on both sides by picturesque bays and wrapped by colourful reefs. It rose to fame after being featured in the Dicaprio movie The Beach.

Koh Phi Phi

Koh Phi Phi is in its elements after the sun goes down. There are tons of bars scattered around the island, all filled with a party hungry crowd. So music and alcohol just flows through the night. So if you are party loving couple, there is no better place in Thailand.

Why you should go: Phi Phi is best known for its scenic beauty and wild nightlife. So if you want to chill during the day and party hard at night, Phi Phi will fit the bill
Where’s the catch: Unless you are staying away from the main area, it can get pretty loud at night.
Ideal Duration:  2 days
Best time to go: November to April
Budget: Midrange to Luxury
Must try Experience: Scuba diving and beach parties

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5. Koh Lanta

Koh Lanta is a place dreams are made off, offering the perfect blend of gorgeous beaches, spectacular diving, amazing food and friendly locals.

Koh Lanta

Travelers usually come here to lounge on its milky white sands, dive into its mesmerizing waters, chill at beachside bars and gaze at spectacular sunsets. “Take it slow” is pretty much the motto here.

Why you should go: Lanta has some of the best beaches in the world. Sunsets over the sea are even better. If the idea of trip for you is a chilling on secluded beaches during the day and relaxing at a bar at night, then Lanta is your paradise
Where’s the catch: There are no options for shopping. Nightlife and dining options are also limited.
Ideal Duration:  3 days
Best time to go: November to April
Budget: Midrange to Luxury
Must try experience: Its waters are unbelievably clear, the corals are a riot of colours, teeming with marine life. In fact its dive sites are touted to be among the world’s best. Need we say more?

6. Koh Lipe

Ever dreamed of having an island all to yourself? Then you can live that dream on Koh Lipe. It is one of those islands which has escaped the eyes of tourists. The beaches are flour like and the waters are of a blue, which will put even a sapphire to shame. It is truly the exotic Thai island that you have been searching for.

Koh Lipe

Why you should go: You will get the feeling of owning an island. Yes, it’s that empty
Where’s the catch: Very little thought has given been to development here. The poor construction has led to creation of slum like areas with exposed wiring, no trees and narrow streets
Ideal Duration:  3 days
Best time to go: November to April
Budget: Midrange to Luxury
Must try experience: Koh Lipe has some of the best dive locations in Thailand. The underwater world here is home to many unique species like sperm whales, minke whales and dugongs.

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7. Koh Kood

One of Thailand’s last remaining unspoilt islands, it is ideal for those who want blissful silence and the company of nature. It has an authentic feel to it, with its jungle clad interiors, rubber and coconut tree plantations and sleepy fishing villages.

Koh Kood

Why you should go: If you want to get away from the crowds and experience an authentic Thai island blessed with stunning beauty, Koh Kood is ideal
Where’s the catch: With no public transport on the island and long distances between beaches, getting around can be exhaustive
Ideal Duration:  2-3 days
Best time to go: November to April
Budget: Midrange to Luxury

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8. Koh Maak

An overlooked gem, Koh Maak is the place to go for its deserted beaches and rustic feel. The island was once featured as having some of the top beaches in the world by Sunday Times.

Koh Maak

Koh Maak is ideal for those who want to avoid the over commercialized islands without sacrificing on comforts.

Why you should go: It has a marine park nearby which means fantastic diving and snorkeling opportunities
Where’s the catch: Reaching Koh Maak from Bangkok by bus and ferry takes around 6-7 hours. It’s quite a tiring commute to reach the island.
Ideal Duration:  3 days
Best time to go: November to April
Budget: Midrange to Luxury

9. Koh Yao Noi

Koh Yao Nai is perfect for those who want a luxury honeymoon experience in an offbeat location. The idyllic island has a diverse landscape with dense mangroves, golden sand beaches and views of towering limestone karst islands.

Koh Yao Noi

Why you should go: If you want to have an authentic Thai island experience
Where’s the catch: There is little to do here beyond diving and kayaking. So if you are looking for a lot of entertainment avenues, Koh Yao Noi will disappoint you
Ideal Duration:  2 days
Best time to go: November to April
Budget: Budget to Luxury

10. Koh Racha Yai

Despite being close to Phuket, Koh Racha Yai pulls in only a handful of travelers, which has ensured the island retains its local flavour. Riding through the island, you are most likely to stumble upon rubber farms, buffaloes, farmers and waving children.

Koh Racha Yai

Its beaches are amazing, snow white in colour, with talcum powder like sand. Ideal for stringing up a hammock and getting lost in the astounding beauty around you.

Why you should go: Its dive sites are mind blowing, with colorful corals, and a chance to spot giant Manta rays
Where’s the catch: There is little to do here beyond diving. So if you are not a water baby, you might get bored soon.
Ideal Duration:  2 days
Best time to go: November to April
Budget: Luxury