Crystal & Travis Bali is always one of the first places many Aussies think of when they think holiday, and it makes sense that if you’re looking for a beautiful destination wedding locale that is but a hop, skip and s jump away, then Bali would be your first port of call. Crystal and Travis
Image by Silentpilot Festivals are known for bringing parts of the world to life; the streets are full of revellers, the architecture – both modern and ancient – is decorated, and the entire event is overflowing with excitement and joy. With an atmosphere that’s almost always more splendid around festival time, there’s no better time than
Image via Natural Focus Safaris For a honeymoon that’s both adventurous and romantic, consider just how perfect a safari adventure could be! Dine underneath the stars, sleep under the open sky, and then head out into the wild to get up close and personal with some of your favourite animals. A safari honeymoon can be
Image via Lonely Planet Xiamen, a coastal city in Fujian province in the southeast part of China may not be amongst the most popular tourism or honeymoon destinations in China, but it may just be the type of romantic spot you’re looking for if you want to explore somewhere off the beaten path. The name
Image via Happy Trips The incredibly beautiful city of Udaipur is known for its glittering lakes, picturesque mosaic palaces, and a romantic vibe that settles into the very essence of the Rajasthan state of India. The rolling hills, charmingly crooked and colourful streets and the beautiful lakes of the city makes Udaipur that much more
Image via Atlantis The Palm Indulge in complete and total relaxation below the surface with your significant other in some of the most extraordinary and romantic honeymoon destinations in the world! Below-water hotels and suites are incredible and just as picture-perfect as you would expect. Image via PER AQUUM Atlantis The Palm, Dubai Wake up
Sarah & Paul With a love of relaxation, island holidays and their favourite people Sarah and Paul chose a Koh Samui destination wedding to tie the knot. And although Mother Nature diverted their plans from the tropical sunshine paradise they had dreamed of, the pouring rain just added an extra sense of something special to
Image via Pangkor Laut Resort The idyllic Pangkor Island in Malaysia consists of a main island, surrounded by a group of smaller islands, dotted with luxury retreats. Pangkor’s low-key village feel and beach activities makes it a beautiful place to escape for weekend warriors and honeymooners alike. From a swaying hammock on the island’s many beaches,
Image via The Samaya Fancy a secret overseas honeymoon getaway that isn’t far from home? Australian favourite, Bali, is perfect for your escape! For many years Australians have boasted their love for the tropical Indonesian island but there still are some hidden gems. Check out our list below for something different to do on your
Image via Samui Boat Charter The incredibly beautiful Thai island has been a much-loved source of relaxation and comfort for more than a few long, luxurious decades. The island offers some of the most incredible sites of Thailand, both above the island amongst the tropical rainforests, and from below the surface where the abundance of
Image via The Beach Resort It’s easy to find yourself lost in the beauty of an island. Endless beaches surrounded by iridescent clear blue sea and the lush green of the foliage is always breathtaking. Islands provide for the best romantic honeymoon getaways where you can expect to relax the days away in the sun. St.
Elisse & David If you dream of celebrating your nuptials with just a handful of your favourite people, an amazing backdrop of Mother Nature’s shoreline and your own private villa then Elisse and David’s Canggu private villa wedding is sure to inspire you. The happy couple worked with Keelan Christopher Photography. Elisse tells their story.
Nature enthusiasts and outdoorsy couples will delight in a post-wedding getaway to Kota Kinabalu, the capital city of the Malaysian state of Sabah, Borneo. This alluring Southeast Asian isle is split between Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei and is the third largest island in the world. From the towering peak of Mount Kinabalu to lush forests
Image via Hua Hin Once a quiet Thai fishing village, Hua Hin became a fashionable escape for affluent Bangkok residents when the Thai royal family built their summer palaces here. The beach-side town is approximate three hours’ drive away from Bangkok and there are even connecting trains to Hua Hin from the capital city too.
Image via Sofitel Dubai Exotic Dubai has, for the past few years become a popular tourist destination. The city, known for luxury shopping, modern architecture and a lively night scene strives for excess. Be prepared for sensory overload from the moment you touch down in the desert city that rose like a mirage to the