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The Journey, Thailand

Itinerary:​

  • 28th - 30th Dec, Bangkok: Grand Palace and Temple of Reclining Buddha.

  • 29th Ayutthaya: Ayutthaya Historical Park (UNESCO World Heritage site).

  • 31st Dec - 2nd Jan, Chiang Mai: Floating Lantern Festival and night safari park.

  • 2nd - 5th Jan, Pai: Pai Canyon, Tham Lod Cave and Elephant reserve.

  • 5th - 9th Jan, Chiang Mai: Wat Phra That Doi Suthep temple and Hill top tribes, .

  • 7th Jan, Chiang Rai: Wat Rong Khun (White Temple), Khong River boat ride to stop by the Golden Triangle.

  • 9th - 11th Jan, Phuket: Old Phuket Town tour, watch Muay Thai fight and Bangla road in Patong, .

  • 11th - 13th Jan, Koh Phi Phi Island: Maya beach, Scuba diving and snorkeling.

  • 14th - 16th Jan, Koh Lanta Island: Koh Rok Island, snorkleing and relaxing in paradise.

  • 16th - 18th Dec, Floating markets.

Locations
Bangkok

Bangkok the capital of Thailand was originally was a small village on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River. After the fall of Ayutthaya in the late 18th century King Taksin the Great turned that village into the new capital.

Pai

Pai is a dreamy, relaxed and picturesque small town in the mountains of the north where the culture is heavily influenced by Burma.  Full of delicious food, kind people and zen, it has become a favourite destination for backpackers, tourists and hippies alike.

Koh Phi Phi Island

A small archipelago of six islands, Koh Phi Phi Don is the largest and this little paradise of tropical beaches, euphoric parties and stunning viewpoints up in the limestone mountains will leave you with a feeling of being on the top of the world.

Ayutthaya

The city was attacked and razed by the Burmese army in 1767 who burned the city to the ground and forced the inhabitants to abandon the city. The city was never rebuilt in the same location and remains known today as an extensive archaeological site.

Chiang Rai

Shares it's Thai borders with Myanmar and Laos which you can see over Mekong river. Due to this it shares itself as the commercial centre for the 3, bringing a unique feel to city in Thailand. The White Temple is here which is like no temple you will ever see.

Chiang Mai

Also known as the 'Rose of the north', is a beautiful and calm city full of culture, history and nature. Origianlly a walled city, it has expanded out and is now home to over 300 temples and becoming one of Thailands top tourist and back packing destinations.

Phuket

Not only is Phuket full of sun, sea, parties and 32 islands. It is also home to Sino-Portuguese architecture, arty cafes, fantastic restaurants and the rather infamous Bangla road where yours eyes will truly be opened.  They will need to be to dodge any ping pong balls!

Koh Lanta Island

This exotic Island is where you will find calm white beaches, beautiful sunsets. and inspiring scenery.  So there is no wonder many choose this destination for luxury holidays.  The calm, down to earth vibe and beautiful culture will  leave you not wanting to leave.