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Explore lush rainforests, visit the famous bridge over the River Kwai, learn the secrets of delicious Thai cuisine, and immerse yourself in the distinctive culture on this unforgettable journey through Thailand.

Begin your adventure in Bangkok, one of the most vibrant cities in the world, where you will experience the hustle and bustle of lively streets by tuk tuk and explore sacred temples. Continue to Kanchanaburi and experience a train journey along a section of the Burma Railway before travelling north to the city of Chiang Mai. Located high in the mountains and encircled by jungle, here you will visit magnificent temples, spend time at an elephant sanctuary and learn to cook with a local family. Trek through the ancient jungle of Khao Sok National Park before rounding off your Thai experience with a few days by the beach in Khoa Lak, where you can browse local markets for crafts and souvenirs, explore nearby coral reefs and karst islands by boat, or simply relax and admire the spectacular scenery. 

 

Staying in a combination of hotels, community lodges and floating bungalows, discover for yourself why they call Thailand the “Land of Smiles" during this small group tour with a difference.

 

Practical Information for this holiday

Currency
Thai Baht
Local Time
GMT +7 hours
Passport, Visa & Vaccinations
Irish and UK citizens may enter Thailand for up to 30 days without obtaining a visa. Passports must be valid for at least 6 months after your departure date from Thailand. Vaccinations may be required before your departure - please consult with your GP or Tropical Medical Bureau.
Climate

Thailand has a tropical climate. There are three distinct seasons in Northern Thailand; cool from November to February, hot from March to June and rainy from July – October. Southern Thailand generally just experiences rainy and hot seasons but the coastal regions are generally sunny year round.

Food & Drink

Thai cuisine is light, aromatic and can have a slightly spicy edge. Rice is a staple part of the Thai diet and accompanies most meals. Expect to have all of your five taste senses sparked as you indulge in tasty local dishes made from pork, chicken, fish or shrimp accompanied by exotic fruits, vegetables and herbs. Seafood is abundant, fresh and cheap in coastal areas. Banana pancakes are a great choice for dessert or for breakfast!

Average Prices for Region
  • Coffee: 60B
  • Beer: 100B
  • Main course: 150B
  • Soft Drink: 18B
  • Bottled Water: 10B
  • (100 baht = €2.60)
Packing List
  • Your valid passport
  • Sun cream and sun hat
  • A 220v plug adaptor
  • A small backpack
  • Comfortable shoes that are easily removed when entering Temples, shops and restaurants
  • Camera
  • You can pick up a cheap scarf or shawl locally to cover arms and shoulders when entering temples

Holiday highlights

The Grand Palace Bangkok

The Grand Palace is the must-see attraction in Bangkok. An architectural wonder of golden stupas, walls and pillars encrusted in shining and colourful mosaics it was previously the residence of past kings of Thailand. The architecture is predominantly Thai, though there are some European influences. The palace served as the official residence of kings of Thailand from the 18th to the mid-20th century. The most famous building within the palace grounds is Wat Phra Kaew and this is regarded as the most sacred Buddhist temple in Thailand.

River Kwai & the Death Railway

Visit one of Kanchanaburi's best known attractions, The Bridge on the River Kwai, which is part of the infamous Death Railway. Spanning over the Kwai Yai River, the 415-kilometer railway was built to connect Thailand and Myanmar to secure supplies to the Japanese army during World War II and was built by the prisoners of war. It is called the Death Railway as it involved the death of too many people during the construction period. The Bridge, together with the Death Railway, is now regarded as a significant symbol of peace.

Khao Sok

Established as a national park in 1980, the Khao Sok National Park is a virgin rainforest surrounded by limestone mountain ranges and high cliffs. With an area of approximately 646 square kilometers, the main attractions in the park include Namtok Mae Yai and Namtok Sip Ed Chan which can be reached by car while other waterfalls and caves are accessible by foot. The area is home to wildlife animals like elephants, leopard, serow, langurs, tigers and bear.

Thai Elephant Care Center

Thai Elephant Care Center is a small sanctuary at Mae Sa, about 25km northwest of Chiang Mai, that was set up to provide care for elderly elephants retired from logging camps and elephant shows. Visitors can feed the elephants with ground grass, herb balls and bananas as well as help out at bath-time in the river. A visit to this centre will allow you to get up close and personal with these majestic animals as you learn about the impact that Asian elephants have had on Thai Society throughout history.

Khao Lak

A golden sandy beach interspersed with large colourful rocks, Khao Lak is the ideal spot for swimming, watching the sunset, or just taking in the seaside atmosphere. Browse local markets for crafts and souvenirs, explore nearby coral reefs and karst islands by boat, or simply relax and admire the spectacular scenery. Offering more secluded spots and less crowded beaches than the nearby Phuket, Khao Lak is the perfect place to relax and unwind at the end of your trip to Thailand.

Practical Information for this holiday

Currency
Thai Baht
Local Time
GMT +7 hours
Passport, Visa & Vaccinations
Irish and UK citizens may enter Thailand for up to 30 days without obtaining a visa. Passports must be valid for at least 6 months after your departure date from Thailand. Vaccinations may be required before your departure - please consult with your GP or Tropical Medical Bureau.
Climate

Thailand has a tropical climate. There are three distinct seasons in Northern Thailand; cool from November to February, hot from March to June and rainy from July – October. Southern Thailand generally just experiences rainy and hot seasons but the coastal regions are generally sunny year round.

Food & Drink

Thai cuisine is light, aromatic and can have a slightly spicy edge. Rice is a staple part of the Thai diet and accompanies most meals. Expect to have all of your five taste senses sparked as you indulge in tasty local dishes made from pork, chicken, fish or shrimp accompanied by exotic fruits, vegetables and herbs. Seafood is abundant, fresh and cheap in coastal areas. Banana pancakes are a great choice for dessert or for breakfast!

Average Prices for Region
  • Coffee: 60B
  • Beer: 100B
  • Main course: 150B
  • Soft Drink: 18B
  • Bottled Water: 10B
  • (100 baht = €2.60)
Packing List
  • Your valid passport
  • Sun cream and sun hat
  • A 220v plug adaptor
  • A small backpack
  • Comfortable shoes that are easily removed when entering Temples, shops and restaurants
  • Camera
  • You can pick up a cheap scarf or shawl locally to cover arms and shoulders when entering temples

Trip Itinerary - Day by day

Day 1 - Depart for Thailand

Afternoon

Depart for Thailand

Begin your adventure with an overnight flight to Thailand’s bustling capital, Bangkok.

Day 2 – Arrive in Bangkok

Evening

Arrive in Bangkok

Upon arrival at Bangkok International Airport, you will be met by your local expert guide and transferred to your hotel in Bangkok. Bangkok is a modern metropolis, well known for ornate shrines and vibrant street life. The rest of the evening will be at leisure for you to settle in to your new surroundings.

Overnight

Accommodation

3 star hotel in Bangkok (2 nights)

Day 3 - Explore Bangkok

Morning

Morning Tuk Tuk tour

Get to grips with the hidden gems of Bangkok on a full day excursion with your local expert guide. Your morning will begin by tuk tuk as you make your way through Bangkok’s notorious traffic to Rattanakosin Island, the historical heart of the capital. This traditional mode of transport is a fun way to immerse yourself in the buzzing atmosphere of the city. Some highlights this morning will include the Giant Swing, known as Sao Chingcha, Corrections Museum, which was once the site of the Bangkok Remand Prison and Wat Suthat Thepwararam, a 200 year old temple known for its unusual statues. You will enjoy a walking tour discovering the less well known nooks and crannies of the city. In the small alleys you will encounter wooden houses, local markets, old Thai communities and learn about local beliefs and ancient superstitions.

Afternoon

Bangkok's Temples

In the early afternoon you will visit the famous Grand Palace. The Grand Palace Complex, which includes the Temple of The Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Keow), is a must see for every visitor to Bangkok. Within Wat Phra Keow is a fabulous Buddha image, carved from one piece jade. The last stop for today will be Wat Po, the oldest temple in Bangkok. Founded in the 17th Century, it is here that you can see the enormous reclining Buddha Statue.

Evening

At Leisure

The remainder of the afternoon and evening will be at leisure. You can enjoy some free time relaxing at the hotel or else you can continue to explore the city of Bangkok independently. Your local expert guide will be happy to suggest some activities to suit your taste.

Day 4 - Bangkok to Kanchanaburi

Early Morning

Railway Market

Depart Bangkok in the early morning and head towards the old fishing port of Samut Songkram, locally known as Maeklong. This spot is well known for its railway market. The train station is located in the middle of a sprawling local market. Local vendors use the space between the railway tracks for their trays of vegetables, fruit and fish. Your local guide will take you on a walk through the market along the tracks until the train arrives!

Full Day

Hellfire Pass

Your day will continue with a visit to the Hellfire Pass Memorial Museum. Hellfire Pass is a 500-metre-long and 26-metre-deep section of rock that was dug out by Prisoners of War, intended to allow the ‘Death Railway’ to continue its route from Bangkok to Yangon. Soldiers were forced to remove the rock using no more than picks, hammers and their bare hands. The museum explains the story of why and how the railway was built and attempts to convey the hardships and suffering endured by so many who were forced to work in extremely harsh conditions. Following this you will proceed along the walking trail, through Hellfire Pass, with your local guide. Afterwards, you will transfer to your raft resort, located on Kwai Noi River, where a welcome evening meal will be included.

Overnight

Accommodation

Floating bungalow in Kanchanaburi (1 night)

Day 5 – Explore Kanchanaburi

Morning

Erawan National Park

After breakfast, enjoy a long-tail boat journey passing by some of the stunning scenery Kanchanaburi has to offer. Afterwards you will transfer by coach to Erawan National Park, where you will spend the remainder of the morning. The park, which is home to elephant and deer, is well known for Erawan Falls, which cascades down 7 tiers of rock. The park also includes many caves which feature rock paintings. You have the option to walk up to the top of Erawan Falls or else you can take a swim in the clear water of one of its many tiers.

Afternoon

The Burma Railway & River Kwai

Dine like a local this afternoon as you enjoy a simple Thai lunch at Erawan Falls. Afterwards, transfer to Nam Tok station where you will board a train to experience a journey along a section of the infamous Burma Railway, which was constructed in World War II by Prisoners of War. You will travel along the most scenic section of the route along the River Kwai and over the Wampo Viaduct. After disembarking the train, you will visit Kanchanaburi’s historical highlights such as the War Cemetery, the Railway Museum and of course the world famous Bridge over the River Kwai.

Overnight

Accommodation

3 star hotel in Kanchanaburi (1 night)

Day 6 - Kanchanaburi to Chiang Mai

Full day

Fly to Chiang Mai

After breakfast, depart Kanchanaburi for your internal flight to Chiang Mai, the cultural capital of Northern Thailand. En route to Bangkok airport you will make a brief stop to visit Phra Pathom Chedi, meaning the 'First Stupa'. It is the tallest stupa in the world standing at 127 meters tall and stands in the place where Buddhism was first introduced into Thailand two thousand years ago.

Evening

At Leisure

Arrive into Chiang Mai, located high in the mountains and encircled by jungle. The old city area still retains traces of walls and moats from its history as a cultural and religious centre. On arrival in Chiang Mai you will transfer to your hotel where you will spend the evening at leisure. You may simply relax and settle in to your new hotel but we recommend you check out the buzzing night market in your free time.

Overnight

Accommodation

3 star hotel in Chiang Mai (4 nights)

Day 7 - Explore Chiang Mai

Early Morning

Chiang Mai Gate Market

This morning will be an early start in order to visit the Chiang Mai Gate Market, a traditional Thai market where you will find fresh vegetables, fruit, spices, cooked chicken, fish, sweets and coffee to name a few. As the monks make their morning alms round, you will wander around the market with your guide and have the opportunity to sample some typical Thai snacks and appetisers before returning to your hotel for breakfast.

Morning

Rickshaw Tour

Later in the morning you will visit the riverfront Worarot Market. Here you will find colourful flowers, clothes made by the local hill tribe, as well as silks, hats and beads. Afterwards you will visit Thapae Gate, one of the four original city gates. From here you will continue by rickshaw with stops made along the way at the temples of Wat Chiang Man, Wat Chedi Luang and Wat Phra Singh. At Wat Phra Singh you will have the unique opportunity to meet with an English-speaking monk for a chat.

Evening

At Leisure

The remainder of the day and evening will be at your leisure to spend as you wish. Your local guide will be happy to suggest some activities to suit your taste or you can simply relax and enjoy the hotel’s facilities.

Day 8 - Thai Cooking Class with a local family

Full day

Thai Cooking Class with a local family

This morning you will visit a nearby village to meet with a local family. They are a Lanna family, meaning they continue the old tradition of building their homes of teak wood and maintaining the natural surroundings in a way now rarely seen in Chiang Mai. The family orchard has many types of fruit such as banana, mango, coconut, whilst the garden is filled with herbs. During this culinary class with a difference, the family will teach you about their culture as you select ingredients from their garden and then cook and eat together. You will also learn how to make small bamboo baskets. Today will be one of the cultural highlights of your time in Thailand, as you will have the unique opportunity to get to know a Thai family, spending the day their house as guests.

Evening

At leisure

The remainder of the day will be at leisure in Chiang Mai. Continue to explore this charming mountain city independently or simply relax and rejuvenate. The choice is yours!

Day 9 - Thai Elephant Care Centre

Full Day

Thai Elephant Care Centre

Thai Elephant Care Centre is a small sanctuary at Mae Sa, about 25km northwest of Chiang Mai, that was set up to provide care for elderly elephants retired from logging camps and elephant shows. You will have the opportunity to spend the full day at the center, as you get up close and personal with these majestic animals. You will learn about the impact that Asian elephants have had on Thai Society throughout history. There will also be the chance to feed the elephants with ground grass, herb balls and bananas as well as helping out at bath-time in the river, which is always very entertaining. Lunch is included at the centre and afterwards you can explore the surroundings and discover the area where elephants rest in the afternoon and night time.

Evening

At Leisure

Tonight will be your last night in Chiang Mai to spend as you wish. This is the perfect time to do any last minute shopping down at the bustling night markets. As always, your local guide will be happy to suggest activities to suit your taste.

Day 10 - Chiang Mai to Khao Sok National Park

Morning

Depart for Phuket

After breakfast, you will make your way back to Chiang Mai airport. From there you will fly south towards Phuket. South Thailand is home to dramatic karst islands, relaxed beaches and tropical rainforests. On arrival in Phuket, you will transfer to your accommodation in Khao Sok National Park. Established as a national park in 1980, the Khao Sok National Park is an ancient rainforest surrounded by limestone mountain ranges and high cliffs. With an area of approximately 646 square kilometers, it is home to wildlife animals like elephants, leopard, serow, langurs, tigers and bear.

Afternoon

Khao Sok National Park

Spend the afternoon exploring Khao Sok National Park. You will begin at a nearby cave where the locals will demonstrate Tam Boon, a Buddhist merit making ceremony. Afterwards take a short walk through the caves towards Sok River. From here you will enjoy a leisurely canoe ride along the river as you pass karst peaks, small villages and palm olive plantations. Don’t forget to keep your eyes peeled for wildlife along this idyllic stretch of water. You will also catch glimpses of the impressive King Kong Mountain and will pass under the “Big Turtle” bridge before making your way back to your lodge for an evening at leisure.

Overnight

Accommodation

Community Lodge in Khao Sok (1 night)

Day 11 – Explore Khao Sok National Park

Morning

Cheow Lan Lake

This morning you will visit a local village and temple, before crossing a hanging bridge that provides very scenic holiday snaps of Cheow Lan Lake. You will have the chance to buy some local organic fruit from one of the orchards before boarding a long tail boat at Rajjapraba Dam. You will cruise towards your accommodation for the night, a raft house with traditional Thai style floating bungalows. Upon arrival, you will have the opportunity to relax, take a swim or borrow a kayak to explore the many inlets of the lake before enjoying a traditional Southern Thai lunch of curries with local vegetables, and a selection of tropical fruits for dessert.

Afternoon

Jungle Trek

In the afternoon embark on a 3 hour trek through the ancient jungle of Khao Sok National Park. Along the way your local guide will give you insights into the various plant species and wildlife that can be found here. In the late afternoon there will be time to soak up the tranquil atmosphere at your floating bungalow before dinner. Dinner is served at the raft house. Enjoy a freshly prepared fish dish along with some spicy Thai soup and Asian greens in picture perfect surroundings.

Overnight

Accommodation

Floating bungalow at Khao Sok Lake (1 night)

Day 12 - Khao Sok National Park to Khao Lak

Morning

Wildlife Safari

Early this morning, you will board a long tail boat for a wildlife safari along the lake. From your boat you may see monkeys, gibbons, great hornbills, wild boars, and even the occasional elephant. Afterwards, enjoy a traditional Thai breakfast of Khao Tom, a savoury rice porridge, as well as eggs, toast and pancakes. There will be some free time to for independent kayaking or a swim after breakfast.

Afternoon

Depart for Khao Lak

Visit a nearby local village where you will enjoy lunch in a temple, cooked and served by the local community. You will have the chance to visit some organic fruit orchards as well as the hanging bridge that overlooks the Saeng River. It will then be time to depart Khao Sok for Khao Lak, where you will enjoy the remainder of the day at leisure as you settle in to your new surroundings. Offering more secluded spots and less crowded beaches than the nearby Phuket, Khao Lak is the perfect place to relax and unwind at the end of your trip.

Overnight

Accommodation

4 star hotel in Khoa Lak (2 nights)

Day 13 – Khao Lak at leisure

Full Day

Khao Lak at Leisure

You will have a full day at leisure to enjoy all that Khao Lak has to offer. A sandy beach with large colourful rocks, Khao Lak is the ideal spot for swimming, watching the sunset, or just taking in the seaside atmosphere. Browse local markets for crafts and souvenirs, explore nearby coral reefs and karst islands by boat, or simply relax and admire the spectacular scenery. The choice is yours.

Day 14 – Khao Lak to Phuket

Morning

At leisure

You will have the morning and early afternoon free to spend as you wish in the surroundings of Khao Lak. This is the perfect time to do any last minute shopping or sightseeing, or you can simply relax on the beach.

Afternoon

Transfer to Phuket airport

In the late afternoon you will transfer from your hotel to Phuket Airport for your overnight flight home.

Day 15 - Arrive Home

Morning

Arrive Home

Arrive home following your once in a lifetime adventure in Thailand.

* Please note that the order of your excursions on the itinerary above is provisional and subject to change

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Hotel address
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Rainforest Boutique Resort
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Hotel address
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Hotel address
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Hotel address
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