Immersive Thailand


Thailand is world-renowned for its incredible cuisine, golden temples and affable locals. It’s also country with enviable, diverse topography; ranging from sweeping mountains in the north, highlands in the centre, and coral fringed beaches in the south. Bangkok is your gateway to Thailand. Here, you will see high-rises and ritzy shopping centres, positioned alongside ancient pagodas and Buddhist temples. On this two-week long journey, be prepared to cycle across lush paddy fields, trek through mountainous jungle and snorkel in the azure waters of the Andaman Sea. Travel by plane and train from Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Phuket to sample scrumptious food, interact with friendly locals and to see fist hand how the Kingdom of Thailand has successfully fused western modernity while keeping its rich heritage intact.


13 Days





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Single Supplement

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Easy to Moderate

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  1. Day 1

    Arrive in Bangkok and spend the night to adjust to the time difference.

  2. Day 2

    Today you will partake in a cycling tour of Bangkok, checking out all the noteworthy monuments and lively markets.

  3. Day 3

    After breakfast, drive 2.5 hours to Kanchanaburi to visit the limestone cliffs and Erawan Waterfall.

  4. Day 4

    Today you can cycle the entire city of Kanchanburi before transferring in the afternoon to Thailand’s former capital, Ayutthaya.

  5. Day 5

    Ayutthaya is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, filled with wats, temples and an old summer palace. In the evening you will transfer to the railway station to board an overnight train to Chiang Mai.

  6. Day 6-7

    Upon arrival in Chiang Mai you will begin your two-day trek through the mountains. The two nights spent outside the city will be in the villages of different hill tribes, sleeping in bamboo huts. Gorgeous scenery is at every turn.

  7. Day 8

    Trekking during the day, and once arriving back in Chiang Mai, enjoy a four tour. Chiang Mai is world-renowned for its sapid cuisine.

  8. Day 9

    Enjoy a daytime tour of Chiang Mai, and in the mid-afternoon, head to the airport to fly south to the island of Phuket.

  9. Day 10

    Kayak across Phang Nga Bay, manoeuvring though caves and giant limestone karsts. This area is brimming with exotic birds and wildlife.

  10. Day 11

    Travel to the region’s most recognisable, Phi Phi Islands. These islands became famous after the 2000 film, The Beach. Enormous limestone karsts, inky blue water and bright white beaches are the primary draws of this location.

  11. Day 12

    This day is free at your leisure. Relax on the beach, or explore the island on your whim.

  12. Day 13

    Head to Phuket International Airport for your onward flight.

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