ULTIMATE THAILAND


BANGKOK | CHIANG RAI | CHIANG MAI
KOH SAMUI


DAY 1 Outbound international flight to Bangkok.

Stay: Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok (3 nights)
​DAY 4 ​Bangkok to Chiang Rai
Flight Time: 1 hour, 20 minutes 

Stay: Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle (3 nights)
​DAY 7 ​Chiang Rai to Chiang Mai
Journey Time: 3 hours, 45 minutes by private car

Stay: Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai (3 nights)
​DAY 10 ​Chiang Mai to Koh Samui
Flight Time: 1 hour, 45 minutes

Stay: Four Seasons Resort Koh Samui (5 nights)
​DAY 15 Depart Koh Samui on your flight via Bangkok back to London Heathrow.
PRICES ​14 nights from £5,975 per person​

THE ANDAMAN COAST


BANGKOK | KHAO SOK | KHAO LAK


DAY 1 Outbound international flight to Bangkok.

Stay: Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok (3 nights)
​DAY 4 Bangkok to Khao Sok
Journey Time: A two-hour flight to Phuket, followed by a two-hour private car transfer

Stay: Elephant Hills Tented Camp (3 nights)
​DAY 7 ​Khao Sok to Khao Lak
Journey Time: 1 hour, 20 minutes by private car

Stay: The Sarojin (7 nights)
​DAY 14 Depart Phuket on your flight via Bangkok back to London Heathrow.
​PRICES ​13 nights from £3,350 per person​

THAI DISCOVERY


​BANGKOK | CHIANG MAI | PHUKET


​​DAY 1 Outbound international flight to Bangkok.

Stay: The Siam (3 nights)
​DAY 4 ​Bangkok to Chiang Mai
Flight Time: 1 hour, 15 minutes

Stay: Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai (3 nights)
​DAY 7 ​Chiang Mai to Phuket
Flight Time: 2 hours, 10 minutes

Stay: Trisara (7 nights)
​DAY 14 Depart Phuket for your flight via Bangkok back to London Heathrow.
​PRICES ​13 nights from £4,175 per person

TOP TIPS

 
Shop 'til you Drop Bangkok's Chatuchak weekend market sells virtually everything, from vintage trainers to baby squirrels! It's one of the world's largest markets, divided roughly into themed sections, and is a full day out – good job there are so many snack vendors! Beat the crowds and the heat by turning up early.

 
Elephant Whispering No trip to Thailand would be complete without riding elephants, which can be organised near to any of the major centres. Go one better and spend a whole day with these magnificent creatures, learning to become a Mahout (elephant trainer)!

 
Bay Watch Legendary adventurer and Phuket's original kayak outfitter John Gray and his team can take you on a fascinating excursion: exploring Phang Nga Bay (with its famous forested limestone pillars) by kayak under the stars – paddling through bat caves into bioluminescent lagoons, it'll be a trip you'll never forget!

 
White Knuckle Ride Bangkok is famous for its traffic (verging on gridlock), so one of the more entertaining ways to get around the city is aboard a tuk-tuk. These three-wheeled taxis are a familiar sight in the city, weaving in and out of the traffic at incredible speed!

 
Boating in Bangkok The city was once known as 'the Venice of the East' and its canals are fascinating. You'll wonder how the craft miss each other as they crisscross the waterways. Stop at the Royal Barge National Museum, where you'll see eight of the intricately-gilded state barges on display.

 
Ape's Eye View Chiang Mai in the north is surrounded by mountains covered in lush rainforest ideal for adventure! The latest craze is zip-lining through the forest canopy along a wire over a mile long, with 18 or so staging platforms following the route a gibbon might take down the mountain. Exhilarating? You bet!

 
Under the Sea The Similan Islands, less than 65 miles from lively Phuket, are one of the world's top 10 dive sites, with brilliant coral reefs harbouring a huge range of fascinating wildlife. Non-divers, however, can simply sit back, relax, and enjoy the pristine castaway beaches.

 
Cocktail Cruise As the sun goes down, how about enjoying a refreshing cocktail aboard one of the luxurious river cruisers on the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok, or the Mekong River in the northern Golden Triangle? It makes the perfect end to the day.​

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