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Ask any couple in the throes of wedding planning and they will most likely tell you the thing they’re looking forward to the most (an eternity of marital bliss aside) is the honeymoon.
According to a 2013 study by wedding and lifestyle website The Knot.com, couples are spending more time researching, planning, and actually traveling for their honeymoons than ever before.
Located between popular tourist spots Phuket and Krabi, The Six Senses Yao Noi consists of 56 stilted, thatch-roofed villas strung along the beach.
Honeymooners looking for a little more privacy can opt for the Hilltop Pool Villa, completely shrouded in jungle but with spectacular views overlooking the resort and Phang Nga Bay.
“As couples are getting married later, many times they’re already living together, so the things that they would traditionally register for they already have.
The value of gaining an enriching experience over material things is far more prevalent.” Offering some of the most unique tailor-made travel experiences around the world, London based luxury travel company Black Tomato is an expert when it comes to planning the perfect honeymoon.
“There are a couple factors contributing to this,” Executive Editor of XO Group Kristen Maxwell Cooper told T L.
Check out T L’s complete guide to the honeymoon experience of a lifetime.
At 3,100 square feet and modeled after a 19th-century Mandalay palace, these villas are made for romantic getaways.
Romance can be found off-property, too, including dinner along the Ping River aboard Riverside Restaurant’s nightly cruise, which includes shopping at the night market and taking time to explore the dozens of temples in the area.
And for dinner, one of the most unique features of the resort is Treepod, a zip-line accessible table where you can take your meal high amongst the natural beauty of the surrounding rainforest.
With an abundance of French colonial influence mixed with ancient temples and culinary experiences around every corner, Luang Prabang is a one of a kind city—but also manageable.
It’s set on a marine reserve, which keeps the islands’ reefs and marine life (including turtles, seahorses and exotic species of tropical fish) safe.