Experience Amazing Thailand through “The Bachelor”
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) was a proud participant in the final two episodes of ABC’s “The Bachelor” season 27. The episodes featured Thailand as home for the week for the newest Bachelor, Zach Schallcross. The show’s 27th season finale and highly anticipated final rose ceremony and proposal took place in the stunning Krabi province of Thailand, offering an unforgettable backdrop for the journey of love. From breathtaking beaches to thrilling adventures, the contestants were swept away by the beauty of Krabi while also facing challenges and tough decisions along the way.
“We were pleased to be a participant in the final two episodes of ABC’s The Bachelor, season 27. Krabi, known for its beautiful beaches and luxurious resorts, is a top romance travel destination and served as an ideal backdrop for a picturesque final rose ceremony,” said Santi Sawangcharoen, Director of the TAT New York Office and Acting Director of the TAT Toronto Office. “Perfect for honeymoons, proposals, and destination weddings, Krabi, and Thailand as a whole, offer couples an idyllic escape. With the removal of Covid-19 restrictions, travelers can once again easily visit the destination. Thailand has fully re-opened to tourism and there is no better time than now to plan a trip to Thailand to travel the way The Bachelor cast did, and to explore the country’s natural beauty, five-star accommodations, and extravagant offerings.”
While in Thailand, cast and crew of the show stayed in the luxurious Sofitel Krabi Phokeethra Golf & Spa Resort. This 5-star resort offered world-class amenities, including a golf course, spa, and several dining options, such as the elegant White Lotus restaurant. The three contestants stayed in different hotels, including Nakamanda Resort, The Elements Resort, and Dusit Thani Krabi Beach Resort. These luxury accommodations offered a range of experiences, from tropical seclusion to modern comfort, providing the perfect retreat for the contestants to reflect on their experiences.
The first overnight date took the contestants to the vibrant Pudam Night Market and Krabi Walking Street, where they were able to immerse themselves in the local culture and enjoy some delicious street food. The evening ended with a romantic dinner at White Lotus and a luxurious stay in a 2-bedroom pool villa at Nakamanda. The second overnight date took the contestants on a junk boat to Koh Poda Island, where they could relax on the beach, swim, and snorkel in the crystal-clear waters. The day was capped off with a delicious meal at Na Mi Chai Café and a dreamy stay in a Venice Villa Krabi Resort. The third overnight date was an exciting kayaking trip along the Klong Srakaew river, which offered stunning views of the lush jungle and towering cliffs. The evening was spent in style at the Banyan Tree Presidential Villa, where the contestants indulged in a sumptuous dinner and a luxurious stay.
The last date activities included horseback riding on the beach near Café de Rimlay and a visit to the stunning Khao Phanom Bencha National Park and its waterfall. The family meeting, where the contestants got to meet the Bachelor’s family, was held at the Villa Saifon, a beautiful and serene villa that offered privacy and comfort. The final rose ceremony took place at the picturesque Poonsiri Resort, where the Bachelor had to make difficult decisions and eliminate contestants. The journey culminated in a magical proposal at the Aqua Beach Club & Restaurant, where the Bachelor got down on one knee and popped the question to the lucky winner.
To learn more about Krabi and Amazing Thailand, the idyllic setting for the 27th season finale of The Bachelor, and the unforgettable blend of romance, adventure, and stunning natural beauty experienced at locations including the luxurious Sofitel Krabi Phokeethra Golf & Spa Resort and the serene Aqua Beach Club & Restaurant, visit thailandinsider.com/as-seen-on-bachelor-season-27
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