Multi-Day Tours
Thailand North to South 22 Days / 21 Nights

Bangkok arrival 
Arrive at Bangkok Airport upon arrival at Bangkok International Airport, a representative greets you at the airport and assists with transfer to the hotel. 
Overnight in Bangkok

Bangkok Highlight and Klong Tour
Breakfast at your hotel, your guide will meet you at your hotel. Continue to visit Wat Pho, home of the Reclining Buddha and the renowned Thai massage school. From here visit the beautiful Grand Palace. This is the nation's most revered landmark and houses the mysterious Emerald Buddha, the most respected Buddha image in Thailand the Magnificent Wat Phra Kaeo a treasure trove of Thai arts and home to the Emerald Buddha, Thailand’s most revered Buddha image is at the heart of the complex.  Lunch will be serve at a local restaurant nearby the Grand Palace.
Enjoy a Thonburi Klongs boat tour stopping at Wat Arun. Among the best ways to explore Bangkok is by boat. A cruise along the Chao Phraya River - the city's lifeblood - and the canals of Thonburi reveal scenes at odds with the bustling, modern inner city. Visitors get a glimpse of the serene and simple lifestyle of riverbank dwellers. This picturesque view is what earned Bangkok the title of "Venice of the East." Our extended tour takes you along a longer route through smaller canals and includes visits to and Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn), one of the most attractive temples in Thailand.
Overnight in Bangkok

Damnoen Saduak and take a boat ride to explore a local lifestyle along 
Breakfast at your hotel, guide will meet you at your hotel, drive to the real floating market is the one at Damnoen Saduak, where colorful clad merchants paddle along the canals. The Floating Market is an ideal place for tourists to see the old style and traditional way of selling and buying fruits, vegetables and other from small boats. Great photo opportunities and will also be able to see traditional Thai houses pass by houses and small villages set upon the water’s edge and see the ways of life of the people in this part of rural Thailand. 
On waterway-based opportunities and can experience the local way of life of the Thai people and their connection to water. Already The customized itinerary offered a fascinating glimpse of Khlong Damnoen Saduak and over 200 small canals, which were created during the reign of King Rama IV the Great, the local agricultural lifestyle and intriguing historic sites like the over 145-year-old. Lunch will be serve at Local restaurant. 
Travel between the various attractions was by long-tail boat, giving participants an exhilarating taste of getting around local-style. Start from Wat Choti Thayakaram participants travelled by boat to Ban Mahat Lek Chek Huat, also visited by King Rama V the Great. They then continued on to Lao Tak Lak Market, the first traditional floating market in Thailand where ancient Thai-Chinese wooden row architecture can still be seen. Other inclusions were visits to Mae Thongyib Farm and Mae Thong Yip Agricultural Garden where activities include weaving, making Thai desserts. Return to your hotel in Bangkok after visiting. 
Overnight in Bangkok

History of the ancient ruins of Ayutthaya.
Breakfast at your hotel. Drive to Ayutthaya, your guide will meet you at your hotel. You will venture away from Bangkok to the ancient capital of Siam, straight to the fabulous city of Ayutthaya. This ancient capital was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981. In Ayutthaya visit the most important of the ruined temples in Ayutthaya historical park. Explore the Historical Park and enjoy an in-depth tour of the most famous temples. Wat Chai Wattanaram one of Ayutthaya’s most photographed sites. Wat Phra Sri Sanphet The prototype of the famous Grand Palace in Bangkok. Wat Phra Mongkol Borphit An active temple compound that is visited by many people throughout the day to worship the huge Buddha image. Wat Mahathat famous for the Buddha Head in the banyan tree. Lunch at Local restaurant, continuing north to Ang Thong province to see the Sukhothai period reclining Buddha at Wat Pa Mok Worawihan on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River. After the visit proceed to Uthai Thani for overnight.
Overnight in Uthai Thani

Explore a small town in the Central of Thailand 
Breakfast at hotel, after breakfast visit the local market place and Wat Chantharam (Wat Tha Sung). Then board a converted rice barge for a leisurely cruise along the Sakaekrang River. Watch traditional houseboats and the serene life along the riverbanks during the one-hour cruise. You will then have the opportunity to stroll through the busy market along the banks of Sakaekrang River. Lunch at local restaurant before driving north to Kamphaeng Phet.  
Kamphaeng Phet province, whose name means "diamond wall", is more than 900 years old - making it more ancient than better-known Sukhothai  and is home to a selection of fascinating ruins bearing testament to its splendid past. 
Overnight in Kamphang Phet

Old town of Historical and was registered as a UNESCO world Heritage site.
Breakfast at hotel, visit Kamphaeng Phet province is an old town of Historical significance. Formerly known as "Chakungrao city", with an important Archaeological site and Kamphaeng Phet Historical Park.  Kamphaeng Phet Historical Park consists of city walls, moats, fortifications and ancient temples such as Wat Phra Kaew, Wat Chang Rob, Wat Phra Si Iriyabot that is still beautiful with outstanding laterite architecture until was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Then Continue to Lampang, visit Wat Phra That Lampang Luang, one of the most spectacular temples in Thailand a large trading center during the 19th Century. Then walking along Taladkao Road where you can see old Thai, Chinese, British and Burmese merchant houses. Lunch at local restaurant then drive to Chiang Mai, arrive the charming city then check in at your hotel.  
Overnight in Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai City Temples and Wat Doi Suthep 
Today you'll visit the 600-year-old temple of Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep. After a drive up the mountain’s winding road, the final climb to the site is via an enormous mythological Nagas the most famous landmark in the area, found 1676 meters above the city. Climb the steep staircase adorned with Nagas the mythical Thai water spirits to reach the impressive golden pagoda. Staircase of 306 steps (elevators are available). Inside the cloister is an intriguing copper-plated chedi topped by a five-tier gold parasol, which contains partial relics of Lord Buddha. On a clear day, there are incomparable views over the city of Chiang Mai from the temple grounds.
Then return to the city and continue to Wat Jed Yod. See how the architectural styles of Laos, India, China, and Lanna are blended together in this 14th- century temple. Get up close to the seven spires to see the incredible carvings of celestial beings and other ornate decorations. Highlight of the Wat Jed Yod is the viharn, where the temple derives its name from. Jed Yod means 7 peaks, referring to the 7 chedis on top of the structure.  
Other temples visited in the city Wat Suan Dok, whose large central stupa contains a Buddha relic which supposedly self-multiplied. Wat Suan Dok a 48-metre golden chedi marks this holy site which was built in the Sri Lankan style. Learn why Wat Suan Dok is popular with local Buddhists, it was constructed in the gardens of Lanna Royal Residence. The rows of smaller white chedis contain the ashes of Chiang Mai Royal family
Overnight in Chiang Mai

Doi Inthanon is the tail of the Himalayan range and a national park 
Breakfast at Hotel, Depart from Chiang Mai drive arrive to the mountain and after a final steep climb, the summit is surprisingly flat though misty, cool and breezy. Enjoy exploring around Ang-Kha Nature Trail at the highest peak viewing beautiful Fern & Moss as well as White & Red Rhododendrons (bloom only during Jan – Feb). After visit the Twin Pagodas built by the Thai Air force in honors of their Majesties King and Queen for their 60th Birthday Anniversaries. A visitors’ center nearby contains tourist information both in Thai and English. On the way down we stop to shop at a Hmong Tribal Market.
Lunch will be served at a local restaurant and then drive through Hmong community of Doi Inthanon heading to the Royal’s Project. Enjoy walking around and have the chance to take some pictures of beautiful flower plantations and the organic farmland inside the Project. Then head further down to the Karen Hill tribe village at Baan Sop Had. Before heading back to Chiang Mai we stop at Wachiratarn Waterfall. Relax and freshen up in the cool waters. Arrive back in Chiang Mai in the evening.
Overnight in Chiang Mai

From the north to Southern, Phrae – Sukhothai
After breakfast, check out and depart for Sukhothai via Phrae. Enjoy sightseeing of this charming small town. Visit Wat Chom Sawan, a temple in a typical Burmese style, and Baan Prathab Jai. Visit a village to see how people are coloring cotton with natural indigo and produce the popular local denim called Mo Hom. Lunch at local restaurant. 
Continue to Sukhothai. We take you to Sukhothai, a name meaning “dawn of happiness” that was founded in the 13th century and became the kingdom's first capital, overseeing a period renowned as the golden age of Thai history. Visit Sukhothai Historical Park, which was once a walled city surrounded by a moat, the park contains almost 200 ruined chedi in remarkable condition. See the main sites of visit Wat Mahathat, the largest and most important temple of the empire. Next Wat Sra Sri with its bell-shaped chedi constructed in typical Sri Lankan style and then, admire 
Wat Sri Chum with its graceful Buddha sculpture enshrined inside the remaining structure of the square mandala building.
Overnight in Sukhothai

Drive to Kanchanaburi stop on the way with Lunch
Breakfast at Hotel, 6 hours travel from Sukhothai on route Nakornsawan-Chainat-Suphanburi to Kanchanaburi stop lunch at local restaurant. Arrive Kanchanaburi Visit the Thailand-Burma Railway Centre, where interactive exhibits, short films and clear descriptions provide the context of the Japanese aggression in Southeast Asia, detail their plans for the railway and describe the horrors faced by those prisoners who worked and died constructing it. Stop at the war cemetery and memorial site, the graveyard fitting memorial to the thousands of Prisoners who died from exhaustion, malnutrition or deadly disease during the construction of the railway.  Continue to the Bridge over the River Kwai that has gained international fame from the film version of the novel. The Imperial Japanese Army ordered the black railway bridge to be brought to Kanchanaburi by the POWs from Java as part of the so-called Death Railway. 
Overnight in Kanchanaburi

Train along the Death Railway - Erawan Waterfall
Breakfast at hotel, then set off by train along The Death Railway; a route built by the Japanese during the Second World War, using forced labor made up of prisoners of war. It is said that for every sleeper laid down on the track, at least one life was lost. The area retains many poignant reminders and relics of the past. Lunch is served at a local restaurant, then you will drive to Erawan Waterfall a beautiful 7-tiered waterfall located in Erawan National Park, where you can walk up to see each of the picturesque falls (it is best to bring good walking shoes). Also, do remember to bring your swimming suit if you wish to swim in the natural pools. 
Overnight in Kanchanaburi

The experiences the atmosphere of vibrant capital of Phetchaburi
Breakfast at hotel, drive from Kanchanburi to Hua Hin. Visit the capital of Phetchaburi to visit the landmark, Khao Wang (Palace Hill). The summer Residence of King Mongkut (Rama IV). Who loved the area so much he constructed a palace where he could stay during his numerous trips to the area and also built a tower for his astronomical observations. The decoration is mainly European style with Thai and Chinese influence, the palace dominates the three peaks of the hill, which you can see by your eyes. Then explore the Khao Luang cave housing more than 200 Buddha statues and beautiful stalactites and stalagmites. Next visit is Wat Mahathat, admire the Khmer architecture in this area. The lunch and refreshments will be served to you before continue to Hua Hin.
Overnight in Hua Hin

The experiences the atmosphere of vibrant capital of Phetchaburi
Breakfast at your hotel, depart to Khao Sam Roi Yod National Park, which occupies an area of 98 square kilometers with undulating ranges of Limestone Mountains, mangrove swamps, and beaches. With a large number of ridges, Khao Sam Roi Yod (or the mountain of 300 peaks) stands as a landmark for seaman and also provides a good shelter for ships during a storm. Visit Tham Phraya Nakhon, one of the largest caves in the park. It can be reached by boat or on foot during a one-hour climb from the village of Bang Pu. There are a couple of natural ventilation holes on the roof of the cave thus allowing sunlight to shine inside. The most popular attraction of the cave is a four-gabled pavilion constructed during the reign of King Rama V in the year 1890. With its beauty and distinctive identity the pavilion is now used as the symbol of Prachuap Khiri Khan. After lunch at a simple restaurant. Continue to Chumporn for overnight.
Overnight in Hua Hin

Khao Sok River Canoe
Breakfast at Hotel, depart to Khao Sok, Surat Thani. Arrive at your hotel drive to visit Monkey Cave temple. Enjoy bathing the elephants at Khaosok Discovery Elephant Camp, then continue sightseeing with a stop that enjoys great panoramic views of Khaosok. After lunch, set off downriver on a canoeing trip, during which you can spot a range of flora and fauna and view spectacular limestone cliff formations. Transfer back to your hotel, Dinner at the hotel then enjoy time at leisure, surrounded by the sounds of the jungle.
Overnight in Khao Sok

CheowLan Lake (Join activities)  
After breakfast at the resort, drive to CheowLan Lake and board a long tail boat to cruise the turquoise water. Take a jungle walk to enjoy the flowers, butterflies, birds, insects and reptiles on your way to Rai Lake. Cross the lake on a bamboo raft to Pakarang Cave (Coral Cave). The stalagmites have a similar shape to coral, which is how the cave came to be named. After lunch, take the long tail back to your hotel in Khao Sok for dinner.
Overnight in Khao Sok

Breakfast at your hotel, pickup is in the morning, then it’s time for jungle hiking on foot in Khaosok National Park, an inland haven tucked away from the throng of beach crowds; Khao Sok is Thailand’s secret jewel. 
This ancient rainforest dates back 160 million years and it wears its age well. Explore into the tranquility and beauty of nature as you explore the secluded trails in search of wild encounters. 
Time for check out from Khao Sok and ready for transfer for Krabi province, the characterized by craggy, sheer limestone cliffs, dense mangrove forests, and more than a hundred offshore islands. 
Overnight in Krabi

Breakfast at your hotel check out and transfer to Phuket for day at leisure.
Pick up from your hotel and transfer to Nopparatthara Beach, from where we will depart to Tab Island. The island is composed of two small islands Koh Tub and Koh Mah which are joined together by sand bars. You can see the sand bars only when it is the low tide. There are also other islands to visit as well, Kai Island (or Chicken Island), is an amazing rock formation where you will see a lot of small colorful fishes when snorkeling in the area. Have a picnic lunch on the beach at Poda Island an island with white sandy beaches, clear Water and schools of colorful fishes in abundance. It is a perfect place for snorkeling or swimming. In the afternoon, visit Phranang Cave and Phranang Beach to swim or just relax on the nice beach. We return to Nopparatthara Beach and then transfer back to the hotel.
Overnight in Krabi

Breakfast at your hotel, depart for the biggest tourist attraction at Phang Nga Bay National Park  the “James Bond Island” by traditional long tail boat and explore the area which consists of numerous dramatic limestone cliffs rising sheer out of the waters. The most famous one being James Bond Island with its needle formed limestone rock which featured in the James Bond movie "The Man with the Golden Gun". Enjoy a lunch in a local restaurant on the Muslim fishing village on the island Koh Panyee which is another popular spot to visit.
Drop off will be at your Phuket hotel.
Overnight in Phuket

Breakfast at your hotel and day at leisure to relax and enjoy the beach. 
Overnight in Phuket

After breakfast at the hotel, check out and transfer to Phuket Airport for your onward flight.

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