Explore the best of Thailand
14 Days 13 Nights
Thailand shines with magnificent temples, golden beaches, and fresh air. Thai tourism has everything such as beautiful sights, traditional temples, clear blue beaches, busy cities, and great foods. Thai food is so delicious and diverse that it makes visitors feel like they never eat the same dish twice. As the country’s terrain is so unique, visitors to this land are able to go on a number of different adventurous excursions during staying. From urban to rural and island, your journey will help you explore bests of Thailand. Let’s bring your belongings and go with us on this interesting trip.
Go sightseeing to National Park and historical sites of the old Kingdom
Try delicious and diverse dishes everywhere you visit in Thailand
Have a chance to meet and talk with local people to have an inside view about Thai’s culture in Chiang Mai
Experience the local top-class massage service with the skillful technique
Enjoy and relax with clear beach, blue sea and fine white sand in Phu Ket
After a long way to get to Thailand, our car will take you to the hotel and check in at 2 pm. On the way to the hotel, it would be an interesting experience to take a look at the street with the typical and distinctive architecture of Thailand.
Even more interesting, as a warmly welcome of Thailand, you are served dinner at the hotel with traditional foods of Thailand that is among the most delicious dishes in the world. A walk around Bangkok to see how busy this city is and meet friendly locals will be a great option after your dinner.
In the first day to discover Bangkok in this tour, we introduce you Grand Palace which is a complex of buildings at the heart of the Capital. The palace has been the official residence of the Kings of Thailand since 1782. In shape, the palace complex is roughly rectangular in an area of 218,400 square metres, surrounded by four walls. situated on the banks of the Chao Phraya River at the heart of the Rattanakosin Island. This place has a wonderful view and is one of the most popular tourist destinations near the city center.
About ten minute walk from the Grand Palace, the second destination is Wat Pho (the Temple of the Reclining Buddha) or Wat Phra Chetuphon, standing behind the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. It’s one of the largest temple complexes in the city with a well known giant reclining Buddha that is about 46 metres long and covered by gold. This is also a great chance to get a traditional Thai massage around the area as it is often considered the top place to learn massage technique in Thailand. You will have lunch in a nearby restaurant.
The journey continue on Chao Phraya river ts low alluvial plain forming the centre of the country. It flows through Bangkok into the Gulf of Thailand and is the origin of Thai civilization that passed down a long lasting history. You can try a world-class cruise trip on Chao Phraya to view the historical landmarks along the Chao Phraya River and experience the magnificent sceneries here.
The last Stop in the first day discovering Bangkok is Temple of Dawn or locally known as Wat Chaeng, situated on the west (Thonburi) bank of the Chao Phraya River. It is one of the most stunning temples in Bangkok thanks to its riverside location and the unique design that is totally different from the other temples in Bangkok. The harmony of nature and the building made up of colorfully decorated spires and stands majestically over the water.
The next day in Bangkok will be a nice day tour from Bangkok to visit River Kwaim where you can take time to see the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market – the busiest floating market in south east Asia regions and among the most-photographed destinations in the country. You will see the Thai-Burma Death Railway Bridge – the famous railway appear in Oscar-winning film named The Bridge on the River Kwaier. You will enjoy the great atmosphere on the river and experience the realities of Thai daily life in the old times.
Located 123 Km to the west of Bangkok, we will arrive in Kanchanaburi – a town municipality (Thesaban Mueang) and part of Kanchanaburi Province. It locates at the edge of a mountain range, which keeps it much cooler than the other provinces in the central of Thailand. If you notice, there are two major commercial districts here including the downtown area consists of several office buildings, shop fronts, and a shopping mall. The riverfront trading areas are mostly further west along River Kwai.
Continue the journey of discovering Kanchanaburi, the day will start at Elephants camp that is a very active part of Thai society and culture. Here, you will have the chance to touch, feed, bath and play with the elephants.
Leaving a peaceful life of Kanchanaburi, for about 3 hours of driving, you will spend time in Ayutthaya – the former capital of Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya province in Thailand. In the valley of the Chao Phraya River. The Ayutthaya Kingdom was a Siamese Kingdom in the Far East from the mid-14th century to the mid-18th century. First you will have time in the beautiful temple complex, Wat Chaiwattanaram that is a Buddhist temple in the city of Ayutthaya Historical Park, on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River. It is one of Ayutthaya’s most famous temples as well as a major tourist attraction. After that, the tour will stop by Wat Phra Sri Sanphet – the holiest temple on the site of the old Royal Palace in this Thailand’s ancient capital until 1767. It was considered the grandest and most beautiful temple served as a model for Wat Phra Kaeo in Bangkok.
After discovering Ayutthaya, the journey in Thailand goes on to Sukhothai which was place the first Thai Kingdom. The city flourished during the 13th to 14th century, establishing Sukhothai as a powerful kingdom rivalling of Angkor. In Sukhothai, the top destination to visit in this trip is the 70 square kilometre UNESCO World Heritage Historical Park which is 193 historical sites of the old kingdom.
In addition in this beautiful and mysteries city, you will stop by Wat Mahathat, the most spectacular part of the park, which used to be the epicenter of the kingdom. The next stop is Wat Sa Si located on a small land and on Sri-lanka’s design. Moreover on this park, many historical place like Wat Si Chum, Wat Chetuphon and Wat Traphang is great place for you to hear stories and find out the outstanding part of the old kingdom in Thailand.
On the next day, moving from Sukhothai, we will arrive in Chiang Mai which is very popular tourist destination in Thailand. As you might notice when you come closer to Chiang Mai, the scenery starts to become more jungle-like. At some point, it feels like it is possible to see an elephant emerging from the jungle. It takes almost 5 hours driving, so the lunch will be ready at Chiang Mai. In the afternoon, it is optional whether you can take some rest or take a walk around this city and enjoy the air here.
To explore Chiang Mai today, you will visit some of the city’s beautiful temples and unique sites. The historical capital of the old Lanna Kingdom, Chiang Mai is rich in culture. The Old City – an attraction itself – hosts most of the best temples, museums and other interesting sites, with many more just outside the ancient city walls and moat. It will be interesting to have a talk with local people to find out their culture, belief and top destination to walk around. And certainly, there are many delicious street foods for you to try.
In the morning, you will go to Elephant Camp and Park. You will have one of the most delightful experiences in Thailand when riding in a safe howdah on the back of an elephant. Riding on the elephant through the tropical jungle is surely a lifetime memory.
After that, the trip stops by the beach that is paralleled with Mae Ping River of 1.5 kilometers long that is formed from the imitation of the ecosystem. Nothing is more suitable to escape the high temperature in Chiang Mai than to swim here.
Before heading back to the hotel and enjoy dinner, the last destination is Elephant school. As elephants are friends to people here, there are many type of Elephant Schools. These schools help not only the visitors but also the local people teach, talk and cook for elephant, which makes a stand out name for Thailand tourism.
From Chiang Mai, we will ride to one of the most popular national parks in Thailand – Doi Inthanon. It is famous for having many waterfalls and viewpoints with cool weather all year around. As a part of the Himalayan mountain range, the highest peak at Doi Inthanon is 2565 meters, which is the highest mountain in Thailand or so-call “The Roof of Thailand”.
In this park, there are currently around 65 mammals in the national park, half of these are bat species. With 362 bird species, the park becomes the second highest place that has bird livings in Thailand. Furthermore, The park is one of the few in the country easily accessible by public transportation though it is quite challenging.
Farewell the peaceful life in Chiang Mai, we will fly to Phuket- an attractive tourist destination in Thailand with scenic and attractive spots, incredible shows. It is almost three hours to fly and move to the hotel, therefore, we check in at the hotel at 2pm. Later, before enjoying dinner at the hotel, wandering around this city is a great option. Whether it’s a sunny day or a rainy day, the time you spend on the tropical island of Phuket will be unforgettable.
On the first morning in Phuket, the tour starts by trying speedboat to Phang Nga Bay that has many rocky mountains rising on the blue sea. This is also the place to preserve the rich of flora and fauna. Kao Ping Gan and Jame Bond Island are two of the most popular areas in the bay. Before taking the boat back to pier and riding to the hotel, the tour offers a boat trip to explore the island with stops at some of the emerald beaches of Phang Nga Bay.
On this day, you are free to have your own adventure. Among many places to visit Thailand, old town might be on the list of must-go destinations. Not the same as many other provinces in Thailand, the old town in Phuket marks the old time within the modern life. The area has a high historical value with many honors, temples of the Chinese,museums and old houses.
In Phuket there are 29 temples, pagodas scattered throughout the island. Occupying in centuries, the Chalong Temple should be the destination for your free tour with the most beautiful and monumental architecture in Phuket. This vast temple is divided into several smaller temples, of which the most famous is the Poh Than Jao Temple in the west.
On the second free day in Phuket, take your time to visit Phi Phi island, which has appeared in many films. Phi Phi Island appears as a beautiful fort in the middle of the sea. The island is divided into two small islands: Phi Phi Leh and Phi Phi Don – where no one has to rush to the peaceful space of glamor as paradise on earth. Or you can take a boat to admire the island or to a place with great views such as the Big Buddha, Promthep Cape, Radar Hill, Rang Hill … to capture the best images of Phuket.
Phuket Island with crystal clear sky, turquoise waters, pristine mountains and forests is attractive to every visitor. On the last day, spend sometimes to take pictures and buy some souvenirs to bring home. Time can change every things. As a result, do not forget to comeback and discover the new things in Thailand. Hope to see you again someday.
Daily breakfast and meals as mentioned in the program
All land transfer by air-conditioned vehicles
All entrance fees and sightseeing fess as mentioned in the program
Local English-speaking tour guide
All local taxes and service charges
Visa approved letter if needed
Not mentioned international, regional and domestic flights
Tips for tour guide and driver
Personal Insurance (Highly recommend)
Optional tours and extra services
Other services not mentioned in the program
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