THAILAND
Multi-Day Tours
Nature of Thailand 15 Days / 14 Nights
ITINERARY :

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

Local community with Green area at Bang Krajao
Breakfast at your hotel, visit green area, encircled by the Chao Phraya River, is known as Khung Bang Krachao (or Bang Krachao River Bend), and it covers an area of 11,000 rai (17.6 sq.km). Here visitors can experience a totally different and altogether more tranquil vibe, so much so that they won’t believe they are less than an hour from downtown Bangkok.
There are communities with familiar names on this side of the river bend including Bang Krachao, Bang Nam Phueng and Bang Ko Bua. Upon arrival, travelers can take in the peaceful surroundings, bike along the designated routes to local communities, shop at markets and visit local cafes.
Situated in Khung Bang Kachao, “Si Nakhon Khuean Khan Park and Botanical Garden” is a great place you travel to learn about native plants and observe all kinds of exotic birds atop the bird watching tower. A trip to Khung Bang Krachao will also help visitors understand and appreciate how the community’s preservation of the traditional way of life and the nature that surrounds it has created a sustainability and a harmonious coexistence between villagers and their environment, despite its close location to a big, rapidly developing city. 
Overnight in Bangkok

Mae Klong Railway Market- The Bridge on the River Kwai
Early this morning you will be picked up from your hotel in Bangkok, and drive to Samut Sakorn Province Thailand.  Visit the most unique local market, Mae Klong Railway Market, the fishing has been (and still is) one of the main livelihoods of the people who live here, and the market is a way for them to sell their goods. However, officials decided to build a railway to better distribute their catch to provinces around Thailand, including the capital, but the market remained, despite the tracks cutting straight through it.
Travel to Kanchanaburi for lunch at local restaurant. 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 Don Rak 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 rcontinue to Hua Hin.
Overnight in Hua Hin

The experiences the atmosphere of vibrant capital of Phetchaburi
Breakfast at your hotel, transfer brings you from Hua Hin to Baan Ruam Thai in Kui Buri. Here you’ll find pineapple fields as far as the eye can see. Apart from consumption as food, pineapple is a versatile crop in which all parts can be used for different purposes. Its long, tough leaf fibers make good raw materials for the paper-making industry. Learn from the locals how they make a living by producing paper from pineapple fibers and elephant dung.
Established in 1999 Kui Buri National Park is located in the Tenasserim Hills in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province and home to one of biggest population of gaurs in entire Thailand with estimated around 100 individuals and around 320 elephants. After a picnic lunch at the Huay Samrong Ranger Camp Base where you will have a nice view, we change to a 4-wheel drive local vehicle at the Kui Buri National Park headquarters and start a safari. Due to the abundance of wild elephants hiking is strictly prohibited. 
Depart to Khao Sok, Surat Thani, on the way you will have the opportunity to try a cup of the rare and exotic Kopi Luwak (civet coffee) that is renowned all around the world for its incredibly delicious, subtle, lingering flavor and exceptional smoothness. 
Overnight in Khao Sok

Cheow Land Lake Full Day Trip 
After breakfast depart on a full day join in tour of Khao Sok’s incredible Cheow Lan Lake. The tour includes the visiting to local market and continue to Cheow Lan Lake pier, then boarding on a longtail boat to explore the lake and taking in the majestic scenery of striking white limestone cliffs and emerald green waters. Visit secluded inlets and “Little Guilin'' where you can jump from the boat for one of the most sublime swimming experiences in Thailand. You will stop for having lunch at raft house. After lunch, embark on self-guided canoeing or embark 2 hours excursion to the famous Coral Cave. Hike over a ridge and into a secluded valley, with another estuary which you will navigate on a short journey to coral cave. Return back to your hotel in Khao Sok. Arrive your hotel with the rest of the evening free at leisure.
Overnight in Khao Sok

Full Day Phang Nga Bay Hong Island Explorer (Join In)
Hong Island is a fascinating, unique and undiscovered natural sight.  It is a highlight for every adventurer and nature lover. Come with us to one of the most beautiful islands in Thailand and enjoy this amazing and extraordinary place.
Its name is based on eroded caves, which lie in the center of the island. Well hidden, it shelters a lake with small sea access. The only way inside can be passed during a short time slot (of about 1 h) and only once a day. When the tides allow to, one can enter inside the Hong Island by canoe.
Otherwise, if there is low tide, the caves are dry and sharp-edged stones as well as mud block the entrance. At high tide the access is completely under water. This little natural wonder makes it even more spectacular.
Besides Hong Island we take you to a cave with bats, another exciting place close to mangrove jungles and limestone carats. Be one of a few to see the natural beauty deep inside of Phang Nga Bay, as it is a unique experience you definitely should not miss.
Lunch at the beautiful restaurant at Koh Panyee. Furthermore, there will be some time to discover the environment. To round up a beautiful day of culture we will visit the Phang Nga Park when we arrive back on mainland. In addition to beautiful caves and a temple you can sometimes see wild monkeys there.
Overnight in Khao Lak, Phang Nga

Full Day Phang Nga Bay Hong Island Explorer (Join In) 
Hong Island is a fascinating, unique and undiscovered natural sight.  It is a highlight for every adventurer and nature lover. Come with us to one of the most beautiful islands in Thailand and enjoy this amazing and extraordinary place.
Its name is based on eroded caves, which lie in the center of the island. Well hidden, it shelters a lake with small sea access. The only way inside can be passed during a short time slot (of about 1 h) and only once a day. When the tides allow to, one can enter inside the Hong Island by canoe.
Otherwise, if there is low tide, the caves are dry and sharp-edged stones as well as mud block the entrance. At high tide the access is completely under water. This little natural wonder makes it even more spectacular.
Besides Hong Island we take you to a cave with bats, another exciting place close to mangrove jungles and limestone carats. Be one of a few to see the natural beauty deep inside of Phang Nga Bay, as it is a unique experience you definitely should not miss.
Lunch at the beautiful restaurant at Koh Panyee. Furthermore, there will be some time to discover the environment. To round up a beautiful day of culture we will visit the Phang Nga Park when we arrive back on mainland. In addition to beautiful caves and a temple you can sometimes see wild monkeys there.
Overnight in Khao Lak, Phang Nga

Breakfast at your hotel check out and transfer to Phuket for day at leisure.
Overnight in Phuket

Breakfast at your hotel and day at leisure to relax and enjoy the beach. 
Optional tours are available with pre-arrangement.
Optional 
-Half day Historical Phuket 
-Full day Phi Phi Isalnd & Khai Island by Speed Boat

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

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