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Thailand in 21 days,lets start a memorable journey

Ko Lipe, Satun Province – Thailand  
Duration: 21 days
Maximum Number Of Travelers: 9
Prices Start At          $4,058 USD /  2,84060 INR

WE offers a diverse and fun trip through Thailand that is perfectly suitable for families with kids. In this trip, you will find soft adventure programs, culture and enough free time so It will not be to busy for your children. During this journey, we have picked various Child-friendly hotels all with swimming pool and cool activities. Because we understand that when the children are happy the parents can relax!

Thailand’s popularity as a tourist destination makes it seem like an easy place to get around – and it is. However, if you want to see more than the usual tourist traps of Bangkok, Chiang Mai and an island or six, you’ll need to plan your Thailand itinerary a bit more carefully.Lesser visited islands have less frequent ferry departures; remote national parks will need booked guides and accommodation; and hopping on a last minute coach tour to a hill tribe may not be the authentic cultural experience you were looking for – so our advice is to plan ahead! Click on the blue map points for more information about each location; below the map are our top Thailand itineraries, incorporating our favourite highlights.

Bangkok Kanchanaburi Town Koh Chang Khao Sok National Park Koh Phi Phi Chaiya Chiang Mai Pai Koh Samet Khao Yai National Park Sukhothai Elephant Nature Park Doi Angkhang Golden Triangle Khao Luang Chao Mai

BANGKOK

Thailand’s crazy capital is a bustling blend of ancient and modern, traditional and cosmopolitan. Take a tour on foot, tuk tuk, riverboat or Skytrain; discover the floating markets, temples, Buddhas and palaces, have dinner in a floating restaurant, or escape across the river to the lush jungle to the secret Bang Krao Jao gardens. Don’t forget your street food fix – and try recreating it yourself in a cooking class.

CHAIYA

Dating back over a thousand years, Chaiya is a break from the relentless tourist bustle, and a chance to explore lost temples, archaeological sites and local night markets. It’s also an ideal base for daytrips to Mu Ko Chumporn National Park, local fishing villages, nearby hot springs and silk mills. There are also hidden beaches to relax on.

CHAO MAI

With their limestone karsts and mangrove swamps, the beaches of Chao Mai National Park are some of the most picturesque in Thailand – while being just a little too far south for the majority of tourists. Visit tiny fishing villages, canoe through surreal limestone tunnels, explore sacred caves and cool off in the clear waters of Hat Yao.

CHIANG MAI

Founded 800 years ago at the foot of a mountain, Chiang Mai is a welcome retreat from the southern heat. The city itself has temples to explore and a wonderful elephant sanctuary, as well as Thai cookery classes and a fascinating night bazaar. It is also a convenient base for adventure sports including hiking, biking and rafting. Alternatively, head into the mountains to visit the region’s many hill tribes.

DOI ANGKHANG

Escape the lowland heat in the mountain scenery of Thailand’s “Little Switzerland” – which even has the occasional snowfall. Situated on the Burmese border, Doi Angkhang offers a cultural glimpse of its neighbour, with hill tribe visits, flower and fruit farms and even Yunnan villages. Trek with local guides, or get on your bike to tour the King’s royal agriculture projects – a wonderful addition to your Thailand itinerary.

ELEPHANT NATURE PARK

Elephant Nature Foundation campaigns for elephant rights; this is their key project. Here, elephants do not work for people – the people work for them, ensuring they are cared for full time. All are either retired working elephants, or rescued from abuse or neglect, and cannot be returned to the wild. See them interacting and grazing as they would in their natural homes – there are no shows or rides here.

GOLDEN TRIANGLE

At the confluence of the Ruak and Mekong Rivers, where the verdant valleys of Northern Thailand give way to the mountains of Burma and Laos, the Golden Triangle is a chance to meet isolated tribes in colourful traditional dress, explore Chinese temples and local markets, and visit the Hall of Opium Museum to learn more about the illicit trade that grew from the region’s blanket of poppy fields. Chiang Mai is the gateway.

KANCHANABURI TOWN

Home of the famous Bridge on the River Kwai, this little town is surrounded by waterfall-filled jungle, with pools and rivers to bathe in. Take a cycle tour of the town, visit the War Museum and spend the night bobbing in a floating rafthouse on the river. You can also hike the scenic tracks of the so-called “Death Railway” – named after the number of workers and POWs who were killed during its wartime construction.

KHAO LUANG

Named after the 1,835m peak that it surrounds, Khao Luang National Park is an Asian Eden of tropical rainforest, fruiting trees, indigenous orchids and multi-tiered waterfalls, hosting over 200 bird species, macaques and deer. Elusive big cats – including the tiger and clouded leopard also inhabit this park. As well as trekking and rafting, you can explore the stalacmite-and-stalactite-filled Hong Cave.

KHAO SOK NATIONAL PARK

Wilderness lovers should pack their walking shoes and bug spray and head to one of Thailand’s most stunning national parks – a wonderland of limestone karsts, lakes, waterfalls, rainforests and treehouses. Kaho Sok is for the intrepid explorer, you can sleep in a rafthouse, surrounded by jungle, travel by longtail boat, hike in the forests and canoe or tube along the river.

KHAO YAI NATIONAL PARK

Thailand’s oldest reserve is a UNESCO World Heritage Site encompassing rainforest and savannah with all the wildlife to match, including tigers, elephants, gibbons and hornbills. The 2,000 plant species create fairytale scenes of lianas and spiny palms, and over 320 species of birds live here. Night safaris are one of the most thrilling ways to wildlife, or trek to waterfalls and bat-filled caves.

KOH CHANG

This national marine park feels a million miles from the chaotic beaches of Koh Samui or Phuket. The little archipelago has plenty of little islands to explore, including tiny, tranquil Koh Maak; the powdery beaches of Rayang; Koh Rang – the best place for snorkelling and diving, and Koh Chang itself. Canoe through mangroves, swim beneath waterfalls and discover local fishing villages – this is the Thailand that people dream of.

KOH PHI PHI

“The Beach” was filmed partly in this archipelago – and sadly Koh Phi Phi seems to be following the same script. Though the islands remain ridiculously beautiful, this is precipitating their downfall, as rapid development continues. You can trek, view prehistoric cave paintings, climb the cliffs, snorkel, dive, spot birds – and run away from the fierce monkeys. Just be sure you’re not part of the problem, and travel respectfully.

KOH SAMET

Some of Thailand’s most idyllic beaches can be found on this island, just 6km long, and surrounded by clear water and coral reefs. Tourism has increased – thanks to its proximity to Bangkok – but not to the crazy extent found elsewhere. There are dozens of beaches, from the busy to the secluded, depending on whether you want easy access to bars, diving, local villages or wildlife – including sea turtles.

PAI

Thailand’s hill tribe heartland, the region of Pai is home to several colourfully dressed tribes, with even more colourful cultures – including the Lahu; former crossbow hunters with their respected shamans, as well as Karen and Shan communities. Trek the hills, stay in communal village houses sleeping on rattan mats and learn how to cultivate rice. You can also explore the vast Tham Lod cave network.

SUKHOTHAI

A historical addition to your Thailand itinerary. This UNESCO World Heritage Site, whose name means “the dawn of happiness”, dates back to the 13th century, when it was the capital of Siam. Many of the ancient Buddhas and temples have now been restored, but venturing out to the unrestored areas give

 

Thai history begins as a story of migrants heading into a frontier land claimed by distant empires for trade, forced labour and patronage. Eventually the country fused a national identity around language, religion and monarchy. The kings resist colonisation from the expansionist Western powers on its border only to cede their absolute grip on the country when challenged from forces within. Since the transition to a constitutional monarchy in 1932, the military predominantly rules the country with a few democratic hiccups in between.

Ancient History

Little evidence remains of the cultures that existed in Thailand before the middle of the 1st millennium AD. Homo erectus fossils in Thailand’s northern province of Lampang date back at least 500,000 years, and the country’s most important archaeological site is Ban Chiang, outside Udon Thani, which provides evidence of one of the world’s oldest agrarian societies. It is believed that the Mekong River Valley and Khorat Plateau were inhabited as far back as 10,000 years ago by farmers and bronze-workers. Cave paintings in Pha Taem National Park near Ubon Ratchathani date back some 3000 years.

Early Empires

Starting around the 10th century, the ‘Tai’ people, considered to be the ancestors of the contemporary Thais, began migrating from southern China into present-day Southeast Asia. These immigrants spoke Tai-Kadai, said to be the most significant ethno-linguistic group in Southeast Asia. Some settled in the river valleys of modern-day Thailand while others chose parts of modern-day Laos and the Shan state of Myanmar.

They settled in villages as farmers, hunters and traders and organised themselves into administrative units known as meu·ang, under the rule of a lord, that became the building blocks of the Tai state. Over time, the Tai expanded from the northern mountain valleys into the central plains and northeastern plateau, where there existed several important trading centres ruled by various indigenous and ‘foreign’ empires, including the Mon-Dvaravati, Khmer (Cambodia) and Srivijaya (Malay).

Dvaravati

The Mon dominated parts of Burma (present-day Myanmar), western Thailand and into the central plains. In the 6th to 9th centuries, the Dvaravati culture emerged as a distinct Buddhist culture associated with the Mon people. Little is known about this period but it is believed that Nakhon Pathom might have been the centre, and that overland trade routes extended to Burma, Cambodia, Chiang Mai and Laos as evidenced by findings of distinctive Dvaravati Buddha images, temples and stone inscriptions in the Mon language.

The Dvaravati was one of many Indian-influenced cultures that established themselves in Southeast Asia, but scholars single out the Dvaravati because of its artistic legacy and the trade routes that might have provided an early framework for what would become the core of the modern-day Thai state.

Khmer

The Khmers were Southeast Asia’s equivalent of the Roman Empire. This kingdom became famous for its extravagant sculpture and architecture and had a profound effect on the art and religion of the region. Established in the 9th century, the Khmer kingdom built its capital in Angkor (modern-day Cambodia) and expanded westward across present-day central and northeastern Thailand. Administrative centres anchored by Angkor-style temples were built in Lopburi (then known as Lavo), Sukhothai and Phimai (near Nakhon Ratchasima) and linked by road to the capital.

The Khmer’s large-scale construction projects were a symbol of imperial power in its frontier lands and examples of the day’s most advanced technologies. Khmer elements – Hinduism, Brahmanism, Theravada Buddhism and Mahayana Buddhism – mark this period in Thailand.

Srivijaya

While mainland Thailand was influenced by forces from the north and west, the Malay peninsula was economically and culturally fused to cultures further south. Between the 8th and 13th centuries, the Malay peninsula was under the sway of the confederation of the Srivijaya, which controlled maritime trade between the South China Sea and Indian Ocean. The Srivijaya capital is believed to have been in Palembang on Sumatra.

Of the series of Srivijaya city-states along the Malay peninsula, Tambralinga established its capital near present-day Nakhon Si Thammarat and adopted Buddhism in the 13th century, while the states further south adopted Islam, creating a religious boundary which persists to this day. Remains of Srivijaya culture can be seen around Chaiya and Nakhon Si Thammarat. Many art forms of the Srivijaya kingdom – such as năng đà·lung (shadow theatre) and lá·kon (classical dance-drama) – also persist today.


Itinerary

Day 1: From Bangkok to Kanchanaburi via Nakhon Pathom

Stop At: Wat Phra Pathom Chedi, T.Phra Pathom Chedi, Amphoe Mueang, Nakhon

Pathom 73000 Thailand
The stupa is located in Wat Phra Pathom Chedi Ratcha Wora Maha Wihan, a temple
located in the center of Nakhon Pathom, in Nakhon Pathom province, Thailand. Phra
Pathom Chedi is the biggest stupa in Thailand.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Bridge Over the River Kwai, Tha Makham, Kanchanaburi 71000 Thailand

Kanchanaburi, near Myanmar border, is home to the famous Bridge on the River Kwai.
During WW II, Japan constructed the meter-gauge railway line from Ban Pong, Thailand
to Thanbyuzayat, Burma. The line passing through the scenic Three Pagodas Pass runs
for 250 miles.
Duration: 2 hoursStop At: River Kwai, Kanchanaburi Thailand

Free time
Duration: 2 hoursMeals included:

• Lunch: Lunch in a typical restaurant.
• Dinner: Dinner in a typical restaurant.
Accommodation included: Night at Sabai @ Kan in Kanchanaburi city or equivalent.Day 2: Sai Yok discovery

Stop At: Erawan waterfall, Moo 4 Tha Kradan Erawan National Park, Erawan National

Park 71250 Thailand
Walk and swim in the 7 levels of Erawan waterfalls.
Duration: 4 hoursStop At: Hellfire Pass – Burma Railway, Unnamed Road,, ตำบล ท่าเสา อำเภอ ไทรโยค

กาญจนบุรี 71150, Thailand
Hellfire Pass. Walk on the death railway and visit the museum. Hellfire Pass is a section
of the famous Death Railway where the Japanese prisoners cut a long and deep trench
into a huge rock mass to allow the passage of the railway. This passage dug in the rock
extends on 500 meters, on a height of 26 meters. This place was named Hellfire Pass by
the prisoners, because at night, the lighting was provided by torches, which gave it an
infernal and ghostly appearance. The Hellfire Pass museum displays photos, maps,
models, and illustrations from the time. Information is provided about the railway and
what happened in this area. The museum has a small screening room, where a short
video shows some stages of the construction and where we can also hear the dialogues of
several Australian prisoners of war.
Duration: 3 hoursStop At: River Kwai, Kanchanaburi Thailand

Optional ‘Funny buggy’ or Mountain bike, On demand.
Duration: 2 hoursStop At: Sai Yok Noi Waterfall, Tha Sao, Sai Yok District, Kanchanaburi 71150, Thailand

Optional thai massage. On demand.
Duration: 1 hourMeals included:

• Breakfast
• Lunch
• Dinner: Dinner on a floating raft in Saiyok Yai national park,floating raft on the Kwai
Noi River.It is surrounded by waterfalls
Accommodation included: Night on a floating raft on the Kwai Noi river. At the foot of

the waterfall Khao Chon . An unforgettable experience !

Day 3: Discovery walks and splendid views

Stop At: Market Tha Khanun, Thetsaban, Tha Khanun, Amphoe Thong Pha Phum, Chang

Wat Kanchanaburi 71180, Thailand
Visit the traditional market of Thong Pha Phum. 1 hour walk, discovery of a temple and
the traditional market. The local market of Thong Pha Phum allows you to enjoy all the
colors, the smiles of Thailand and to discover all the particularity of the typical Thai
cuisine and also, in this region close to the border which counts many refugees, all the
flavors of Burmese cuisine.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Khao Laem Lake, Sangkhla Buri Thailand

Beautiful sceneries on the way to Sangklaburi, all along the lake…
Duration: 2 hoursStop At: Three Pagodas Pass, Nong Lu, Sangkhla Buri Thailand

The three pagodas pass and the local market discovery.
Duration: 2 hoursStop At: Mon Bridge, Nong Lu, Sangkhla Buri 71240 Thailand

Walk on the wooden Mon bridge. Speaking about “Sangkhlaburi district”, the first things
that come to mind should definitely be a picture of a wooden bridge stretching across the
river. The bridge is embraced by verdant mountain ranges, surrounded by plants of
diverse species, and covered by a thin layer of fog. The dazzling bridge that reflects the
charm of local people’s way of life is named Uttamanusorn Bridge or commonly known
as Mon Bridge.
Duration: 2 hoursStop At: Khao Laem Lake, Sangkhla Buri Thailand

Longtail boat on Khao Laem lake to visit the engulfed temple.
Duration: 1 hourMeals included:

• Breakfast
• Lunch: Lunch at the Three Pagodas Pass.
• Dinner: Dinner in a typical restaurant.
Accommodation included: Overnight at the hotel with breathtaking views of the lake at

Sangkhlaburi. P. Guesthouse hotel or equivalent.

Day 4: Easy trek and relaxation in the nature

Stop At: Khao Laem National Park Office, 339 หมู่ที่ 4 Tambon Prang Phe, Amphoe

Sangkhla Buri, Chang Wat Kanchanaburi 71240, Thailand
Trekking (easy walk) around 1 hour in Sangklaburi jungle
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Khao Laem National Park Office, 339 หมู่ที่ 4 Tambon Prang Phe, Amphoe

Sangkhla Buri, Chang Wat Kanchanaburi 71240, Thailand
Bamboo rafting.
Duration: 2 hoursStop At: Hin Dad Hot Spring, Hin Dat, Thong Pha Phum 71180 Thailand

Swimming and relaxation at Hindad hot spring.
Duration: 2 hoursPass By: Kwaï, Tambon Sai Yok, Amphoe Sai Yok, Chang Wat Kanchanaburi 71150,

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Back to Sai Yok.Meals included:

• Breakfast
• Lunch: Eating lunch in the bush.
Accommodation included: Overnight at a typical Thai hotel by the river. Tree Tara Hotel
or equivalent.

 

Day 5: A day for wild elephants observation

Stop At: Elephant Haven, 71150 Thailand

A day for observing elephants from 9 am to 3 pm. In the greatest respect of the wilds
animals.
Duration: 6 hoursStop At: Elephant Haven, 71150 Thailand

Learn about wild elephants, how about their needs, how to protect them, how to provide them food supplement.
Duration: 2 hoursStop At: Elephant Haven, 71150 Thailand

Jungle walk and elephants observation. Take pleasure in seeing these free animals.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Elephant Haven, 71150 Thailand

Swimming and water game. It is possible to observe elephants coming to drink or bathe.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: River Kwai, Kanchanaburi Thailand

Kayak on the river Kwai. This route on a quiet and peaceful stream will take you from
Wat Tha Nam Tuen to drift along luxuriant and green shores, a trip along the water to
the Bridge on the river Kwai.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Ayutthaya Historical Park, 196 หมู่ที่ 4 Khlong Tho Rd, Tambon Pratuchai,

Amphoe Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, Chang Wat Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya 13000,
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On the way to Ayutthaya. About 4 hours and 30 minutes drive.
Duration: 4 hoursMeals included:

• Breakfast
• Dinner: Dinner in a typical restaurant.
Accommodation included: Overnight at Ban Thai House with A / C and hot water. Or
equivalent.

Day 6: Temples and history

Stop At: Sukhothai Historical Park, Mueang Kao, Sukhothai 64210 Thailand

On the way to Sukhothai. About 4:30 drive.
Duration: 4 hoursStop At: Wat Si Chum, Sukhothai Thailand

Discovery of the Wat Si Chum at Sukhothai. A little outside from the historic park, this
temple is often forgotten by visitors. But it a is beautiful place, with his huge seated
Buddha covered with stucco. It is the largest of its kind in Thailand.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Wat Phra Pai Luang, Sukhothai Thailand

Wat Phra Phai Luang discovery. The Wat Phra Phai Luang is located near the San Luang
gate in the North city wall, just outside of the old walled town. The temple dates to the
end of the 12th century or early 13th century before the founding of the Sukhothai
Kingdom, which makes it one of the oldest monuments in Sukhothai.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Sukhothai Historical Park, Mueang Kao, Sukhothai 64210 Thailand

Relaxation, free time.
Duration: 2 hoursMeals included:

• Breakfast
• Lunch
• Dinner: Dinner in a typical restaurant.
Accommodation included: Night at Charme hotel or equivalent.Day 7: Sukhothai, meeting with the past…

Stop At: Sukhothai Historical Park, Mueang Kao, Sukhothai 64210 Thailand

Sukhothai Historical Park. The Sukhothai Historical Park is one of the precious UNESCO
World Heritage Sites.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Ramkhamhaeng National Museum, Muang Kao Sub-district, Sukhothai Thailand

Visit the King Ramkhamhaeng Museum. The King Ramkamhaeng Museum displays
artifacts and antiques discovered during a series of excavations in the historic Sukhothai
and Sri Satchanalai Parks in the 1960s. The highlights of the museum are the Buddha
images Sukhothai style. Sukhothai is considered the most beautiful Buddhist style in Thai
history. In addition, the exhibits also feature Chinese porcelain and precious objects that
are evidence of Sukhothai’s prosperity during its heyday.
Duration: 2 hoursStop At: Sukhothai Historical Park, Mueang Kao, Sukhothai 64210 Thailand

Bicycle ride in Sukhothai Historical Park.
Duration: 2 hoursStop At: Wat Phra That Lampang Luang, Moo 2 Tambon Lampang Luang, Amphoe Ko

Kha, Lampang 52130 Thailand
On the way to Chiang Mai via Lampang province. 4 hours ride.
Duration: 4 hoursMeals included:

• Breakfast
• Lunch: Lunch at a typical restaurant.
• Dinner: Dinner with traditional dance show from the north.
Accommodation included: Overnight in a Chiang Mai hotel with A / C and hot water.

Khampaeng Ngam Hôtel or equivalent.

Day 8: Chiang Mai the beautiful

Stop At: Doi Suthep-Pui National Park, Huai Kaew Road Amphoe Pakkret, Nonthaburi,

Doi Suthep 11120 Thailand
Visit of the Doi Suthep Pui National Park. Formerly known as Doi Aoy Chang, Doi Suthep
Pui National Park owes its name from the mountain where the hermit Sudeva lived for
many years. The park is located in Chiang Mai Province, just a few kilometers northwest
of Chiang Mai City and covers 265 km². Doi Suthep is part of the Thanon Thong Chai
Range, most of its bedrock is granite.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, Mueang Chiang Mai District, Doi Suthep 50200

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Climb the 306 steps to the temples. You can also take the funicular that leads to the
temple at 1,100 m above sea level.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: San Kamphaeng Hot Springs, Moo 7, Baan Pong Hom Ban Sahakorn, Mae On

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On the way to San Kamphaeng village. San Khampaeng is a small village where people
derive their income from agriculture and make many handicrafts. They are famous for
weaving silk and cotton, making silver jewelry, lacquered objects, carving wood,
umbrellas …
Duration: 1 hourStop At: San Kamphaeng Hot Springs, Moo 7, Baan Pong Hom Ban Sahakorn, Mae On

50130 Thailand
Stop at: the San Kamphaeng hot springs. Hot springs from San Kampheang (น้ำพุ ร้อน
สันกำแพง) deliver water at 105 ° C, an ideal temperature for cooking an egg.
Several pools are built in the busiest part, you can sit and soak your feet. The water
temperature is 40 to 50 ° C depending on the location. Behind these basins, a pool allows
children to bathe entirely. Further, we can see two geysers whose access is prohibited to
the public.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: San Kamphaeng Hot Springs, Moo 7, Baan Pong Hom Ban Sahakorn, Mae On

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Lunch with boiled eggs cooked in spring water. The thermal springs of San Kamphaeng:
105 ° C is ideal for cooking an egg. You can buy small baskets with three or more eggs on
the spot and cook them for cooking, boiled or hard, a packet of soy sauce is provided
with the eggs. There are special basins equipped with small hooks to hang your baskets.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Wat Sri Suphan, 100, Wua Lai Road Hai Ya, Chiang Mai 50100 Thailand

Visit of the Wat Si Suphan, the Silver Temple. Originally built between 1495 and 1515,
Wat Si Suphan (วัดศรีสุพรรณ) has been destroyed and rebuilt over the centuries. Bounds
show the original building. The temple is located in the goldsmith district of Chiang Mai.
The ubosot is covered with silver plates, inside and outside.
Duration: 2 hoursStop At: Night market, 18 Thipanet Rd, Tambon Hai Ya, Amphoe Mueang Chiang Mai,

Chang Wat Chiang Mai 50100, Thailand
Walk in the night market, 2 hours of free time.
Duration: 2 hoursMeals included:

• Breakfast
• Dinner: Dinner in a typical restaurant.
• Lunch: Lunch with boiled eggs cooked in spring water.
Accommodation included: Overnight in a Chiang Mai hotel with A / C and hot water.

Khampaeng Ngam Hôtel or equivalent.

Day 9: Discovery trek and hidden waterfall

Stop At: Chiang Dao Cave, Chiang Dao Sub-district, Chiang Dao 50170 Thailand

Discovery of the Chiang Dao caves. A covered staircase leads to the Chiang Dao Caves
Complex, which consists of more than one hundred caves that stretch for ten to twelve
kilometers.
The caves have served as a bivouac for Burmese troops before the attack on Chiang Mai
in the mid-1400s.
Inside the cave you can let your imagination play to interpret the shape of stalagmites
and stalactites.
Duration: 4 hoursStop At: Chiang Dao Wildlife Sanctuary, 273 หมู่ 5 Chiang Dao, Amphoe Chiang Dao,

Chang Wat Chiang Mai 50170, Thailand
Small trek in the jungle to visit a hidden waterfall.
Duration: 2 hoursStop At: Chiang Dao Wildlife Sanctuary, 273 หมู่ 5 Chiang Dao, Amphoe Chiang Dao,

Chang Wat Chiang Mai 50170, Thailand
Relaxation, free time.
Duration: 2 hoursMeals included:

• Breakfast
• Lunch
• Dinner: Dinner in a typical restaurant.
Accommodation included: Overnight in Chiang Dao in a hotel with A / C and hot water.

Hotel Rabiang Chumpa or equivalent.

Day 10: Discovery of Mai Sai

Stop At: Wat Thaton, Thaton 50280 Thailand

On the road to Thaton.
Visit Wat Tha Ton, known also as Phra Aram Luang, located at the top of the mountain,
beautiful view of the Kok River.
Duration: 4 hoursStop At: Doi Tung Royal Villa, Mae Fa Luang Thailand

Visit Doi Tung Royal Villa of the Princess Mother. In this royal villa, the Mother Princess
has spent a lot of time improving the lives of local tribes and abandoning the opium
culture.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Doi Tung Royal Villa, Mae Fa Luang Thailand

Discovery of a beautiful log palace with a wonderful flower garden.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Mae Sai waterfall, Sai, Mae, ตำบล แม่ยาว อำเภอเมืองเชียงราย เชียงราย 57100,

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Visit of Mae Sai, Thailand at the Burma border. Thais, Chinese and Burmese cross the
border to Mae Sai to trade and work.
Duration: 2 hours

 

Meals included:

 Breakfast

• Lunch: Lunch at a typical restaurant.
• Dinner: Dinner at a typical restaurant.
Accommodation included: Overnight in Chiang Saen, hotel with A / C and hot water.

River Boutique Resort or equivalent.

Day 11: See Chiang Rai and short trip to Laos

Stop At: Golden Triangle, Sob Ruak Village, Chiang Saen 57150 Thailand

Discovery of the Golden Triangle. The Golden Triangle is a famous opium production
area. It is a mountainous region on the Laos, Burma and Thailand borders. The
triangular border on the three countries lies at the confluence of the Mekong and its
affluent, the Ruak in the agglomeration of Sop Ruak.
Boat ride on the Mae Khong River.
Duration: 2 hoursStop At: Chiang Rai River Beach, Rop Wiang, Mueang Chiang Rai District, Chiang Rai

57000, Thailand
Boat ride on the Mae Khong River.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: ตลาดศิริกรณ์, Wiang, Mueang Chiang Rai District, Chiang Rai 57000, Thailand

Brief visit to Laos. A visa is not necessary.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Wat Rong Khun, Lahaul-Spiti Pa O Don Chai Subdistrict, Chiang Rai 57000

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Visit Wat Wat Rong Khun, the white temple. Typical of Thai kitsh, Wat Rong Khung is
immaculate white. It is encrusted with fragments of mirrors. The temple symbolizes the
purity of Buddhism. Its construction began in 1997 under the leadership of a
contemporary local Thai artist, Chalermchai Kositpipat. Inside murals mingle traditional
Buddhist symbols, animals and elements of pop culture: Batman, Matrix, Spiderman … At
the foot of the bridge that leads to the main building, a basin filled with hands of the
ground and skulls seeming to escape from hell. Porticoes decorated with a death’s head
evoke the misdeeds of cigarettes and alcohol.
Duration: 2 hoursStop At: San Kamphaeng Hot Springs, Moo 7, Baan Pong Hom Ban Sahakorn, Mae On

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Stop at the San Kamphaeng hot springs. Hot springs from San Kampheang (น้ำพุ ร้อน
สันกำแพง) deliver water at 105 ° C, an ideal temperature for cooking an egg.
Several pools are built in the busiest part, you can sit and soak your feet. The water
temperature is 40 to 50 ° C depending on the location. Behind these basins, a pool allows
children to bathe entirely. Further, we can see two geysers whose access is prohibited to
the public.

Duration: 2 hours

Meals included:

• Breakfast
• Lunch: Lunch at a typical restaurant.
• Dinner: Dinner at a typical restaurant.
Accommodation included: Night at Khampen Ngam Hotel or equivalent.

Day 12: Flight to Krabi

Pass By: Chiang Mai International Airport (CNX), 60 Mahidol Rd, Suthep, Amphoe

Mueang Chiang Mai, Chang Wat Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand
Flight with Air Asia Chiang Mai / Krabi.Meals included:

• Breakfast
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Night at Phra Nang Inn Hotel, Ao Nang Krabi or equivalent.

Day 13: Seaside day

Stop At: Dodee Koh Yao Noi, 21/11, Moo.1, Ko Yao Noi 82160 Thailand

A day visit of 4 islands by boat.
Duration: 4 hoursStop At: Krabi Seaview Cabin Club, 56/2-2 Moo 3, Ao Nang, Muang Krabi, Krabi 81180,

Thailand
Relaxation and free time on the beach.
Duration: 4 hoursMeals included:

• Breakfast
• Lunch: Lunch on the beach.
• Dinner: Dinner in a typical restaurant.
Accommodation included: Night at Phra Nang Inn, Ao Nang Krabi or equivalent.Day 14: Phuket and relaxation

Pass By: Phang Nga Bay., Ao Phang Nga National Park Thailand

Transfer Krabi / Phuket. Departure at 9 am. Journey time around 2H30.

Stop At: Pakbang Road, Kata Beach, Karon, Phuket 83100 Thailand

Afternoon relax by the pool at Centara Kata Resort Phuket.
Duration: 4 hoursMeals included:

• Breakfast
• Dinner: Dinner at a typical restaurant.
• Lunch: Lunch at a typical restaurant.
Accommodation included: Night at the Centara Kata Resort Phuket or equivalent.Day 15: A nice day in Phuket

Stop At: Chaiyathararam Temple, 70 หมู่ที่ 6 Chao Fah Tawan Tok Rd, Tambon Chalong,

Amphoe Mueang Phuket, Chang Wat Phuket 83000, Thailand
Discovery of the Wat Chalong.
Duration: 2 hoursStop At: Old Phuket Town, Thalang Road, Talat Yai, Phuket Town, Phuket 83000 Thailand

Visit of the Century-old Phuket town Sino-Portuguese architecture. A must visit in
Phuket, a walk in the old town. The magnificent architecture along these roads will take
you back to the charm of a past century. According to Pranee Sakulpitpatana, lecturer at
Phuket Rajabhat University, the architecture is a reflection of the European influence on
the island. Europeans, including the Portuguese and the British, had been interested in
Phuket since the 16th century because of its wealth of tin.
Duration: 2 hoursStop At: Big Bee Farm, 50/6 Moo 2 Chao-Fa East Rd. Wichit Subdistrict, Phuket Town,

Phuket 83000 Thailand
Visit of the Big Bee Farm that produces honey. The Big Bee Honey Farm is a place that
sells everything that is honey-based. You will be able to see the bees that make honey,
then you can buy the products. Everything is organic and very good quality! You do not
pay for the samples and the store has a lot of samples …
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Phuket Town, Unnamed Road, ตำบล ตลาดเหนือ อำเภอเมืองภูเก็ต ภูเก็ต 83000,

Thailand
Visit of a cashew plantation. The nuts produced here are either plain or prepared with
various spices. The flavor {{Tom Yam}}, named like this because of the famous Thai soup,
is undoubtedly the most special and enjoyable.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Patong Beach, Patong, Kathu, Phuket 83000 Thailand

Stop at the viewpoints on Patong Beach to enjoy the sunset.
Duration: 1 hourMeals included:

• Breakfast
• Lunch
• Dinner: Dinner at a typical restaurant.
Accommodation included: Night at the Centara Kata Resort Phuket or equivalent.

Day 16: Visit of the Similan islands and relaxation

Stop At: Similan Islands, Phang Nga Thailand

Discovery of Similan Island. The Similan Islands is an archipelago of the Andaman Sea in
the province of Phang Nga in southern Thailand. Consisting of nine islands: Koh Bon,
Koh Bayu, Koh Similan, Koh Payu, Koh Miang, Koh Payan, Koh Payang and Koh Huyong,
it is a national park since 1982, open from November to May and closed the rest of the
year.
Duration: 3 hoursStop At: Similan Islands, Phang Nga Thailand

Relaxation and free time on the beach.
Duration: 3 hoursMeals included:

• Breakfast
• Lunch
• Dinner: Dinner at a typical restaurant.
Accommodation included: Night at the Centara Kata Resort Phuket or equivalent.

Day 17: The James Bond island and sea caves

Stop At: James Bond Island, Ao Phang Nga National Park Thailand

Visit with James Bond Island tour / Ko Panyi Island. Visit of the James Bond Island and
cruise to Phang Nga Bay which is the second most popular activity in the area, 25 km
northeast of Phuket. Many spectacular limestone cliffs emerge from the waters. The most
famous is James Bond Island with its needle-shaped limestone rock immortalized in the
James Bond film The Man with a Golden Rifle.
Duration: 4 hoursStop At: Ko Thalu, Ao Luek Noi, Ao Luek 81110 Thailand

Nature and marine caves in canoe on the island of Talu. Explore the nature and the sea
caves by canoe on Talu Island with experienced paddlers as guides.
Duration: 4 hoursMeals included:

• Breakfast
• Lunch
• Dinner: Dinner in a typical restaurant.
Accommodation included: Night at the Centara Kata Resort Phuket or equivalent.

Day 18: Relaxation and swimming in Ko Lipe

Stop At: Ko Lipe Thailand

Departure for Ko Lipe at 8 am. About 5 hours with car and boat.
Duration: 5 hoursStop At: Ko Lipe Thailand

Relaxation and free time on the beach.
Duration: 4 hoursMeals included:

• Breakfast
• Lunch
• Dinner: Dinner in a typical restaurant.
Accommodation included: Night at the Bella Vista Beach Resort Ko Lipe or equivalent.

Day 19: Paradise islands and relaxation

Stop At: Ko Lipe Thailand

A day visit of 4 islands by boat. Lunch on the beach. Relaxation and free time on the
beach.
Duration: 8 hoursMeals included:

• Breakfast
• Lunch: Lunch on the beach.
• Dinner: Dinner in a typical restaurant.
Accommodation included: Night at the Bella Vista Beach Resort Ko Lipe or equivalent.

Day 20: Free day at Ko Lipe

Stop At: Ko Lipe Thailand

Free day and relaxation.
Duration: 8 hoursMeals included:

• Breakfast
• Dinner: Dinner in a typical restaurant.
Accommodation included: Night at the Bella Vista Beach Resort Ko Lipe or equivalent.

Day 21: Back to Bangkok or transfer

Pass By: Hat Yai International Airport (HDY), 99 หมู่ 3, Khlong La, อำเภอ คลองหอยไข่ Chang

Wat Songkhla 90115, Thailand
On the way to Hat Yai airport.Pass By: Don Mueang International Airport (DMK), 222 Vibhavadi Rangsit Rd, Khwaeng

Sanambin, Khet Don Mueang, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10210, Thailand
Fly return to Bangkok. End of this Safarine tour.No meals included on this day.

No accommodation included on this day.

Important Information:
Details
  • Departure Time: 8:00 AM

 

  • Departure: Traveler pickup is offered
    Pick up at the travelers arrival at Bangkok airport.
    For other transfer or accommodation as other language guides, please contact us.

Additional Information

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking

 

  • Not wheelchair accessible

 

  • Service animals allowed

 

  • Near public transportation

 

  • Most travelers can participate

 

  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund

 

  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate

 

Inclusions

  • 19x Breakfast

 

  • 19x Dinner

 

  • 17x Lunch

 

  • Accommodation included: 20 nights

 

  • Services of an English speaking guide.

 

  • Entrances to the activities mentioned in the program.

 

  • Transport during the tour.

 

  • Meal – Drinks: water, coffee and tea during meals.

 

  • Entry/Admission – Erawan waterfall

 

  • Entry/Admission – Hellfire Pass – Burma Railway

 

  • Entry/Admission – Khao Laem Lake

 

  • Entry/Admission – Khao Laem National Park Office

 

  • Entry/Admission – Hin Dad Hot Spring

 

  • Entry/Admission – Elephant Haven

 

  • Entry/Admission – River Kwai

 

  • Entry/Admission – Wat Si Chum

 

  • Entry/Admission – Wat Phra Pai Luang

 

  • Entry/Admission – Sukhothai Historical Park

 

  • Entry/Admission – Ramkhamhaeng National Museum

 

  • Entry/Admission – Doi Suthep-Pui National Park

 

  • Entry/Admission – Wat Phra That Doi Suthep

 

  • Entry/Admission – San Kamphaeng Hot Springs

 

  • Entry/Admission – Wat Sri Suphan

 

  • Entry/Admission – Chiang Dao Cave

 

  • Entry/Admission – Chiang Dao Wildlife Sanctuary

 

  • Entry/Admission – Wat Thaton

 

  • Entry/Admission – Doi Tung Royal Villa

 

  • Entry/Admission – Golden Triangle

 

  • Entry/Admission – Chiang Rai River Beach

 

  • Entry/Admission – Wat Rong Khun

 

  • Entry/Admission – Dodee Koh Yao Noi

 

  • Entry/Admission – Chaiyathararam Temple

 

  • Entry/Admission – Big Bee Farm

 

  • Entry/Admission – Phuket Town

 

  • Entry/Admission – James Bond Island

 

  • Entry/Admission – Ko Thalu

 

  • Entry/Admission – Ko Lipe

 

Exclusions

  • Services of a French speaking guide.

 

  • Optional activities

 

  • Tips and gratuities

 

  • Alcoholic beverages

 

  • Entry/Admission – River Kwai

 

  • Entry/Admission – Sai Yok Noi Waterfall

 

Terms of Use

Once you have booked and received your travel voucher, the contact details for the
travel service operator will be on this voucher under the heading “Important
Information”. Where applicable, you are required to call the travel service operator

directly to advise of additional information such as:

  • Hotel for pick up

 

  • Weights for helicopter tours

 

  • Choice of times for tours

 

  • Special dietary requirements, meal choices etc.

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