From the hustle and bustle of Bangkok to the alone-in-the-world feeling of Koh Chang. Temples, temples and after that, some more temples, but nevertheless an extremely varied trip. Make this trip and fall in love with the land of smiles.
Day 1 – Arrive in Bangkok / minibus Bangkok – Ayutthaya (2h) / afternoon at the pool
Day 2 – Visit Ayutthaya by bike
Day 3 – Visit Ayutthaya by bike / Train to Pak Chong in the late afternoon (4h)
Day 4 – Khao Yai national park
Day 5 – Bus Pak Chong – Khorat, check-in hotel Khorat and bus Khorat – Phimai / Visit Phimai / Bus back to Khorat
Day 6 – Bus Khorat – Sukhothai (different options, all day)
Day 7 – Visit Sukhothai historic park by bike
Day 8 – Bus Sukhothai – Chiang Mai (6h) / Visit Chiang Mai in the afternoon
Day 9 – Visit Chiang Mai
Day 10 – Relax in Chiang Mai: massage, swimming, …
Day 11 – Visit Chiang Mai / Flight to Bangkok in the evening
Day 12 – Bangkok, Siam area
Day 13 – Bangkok, Siam area
Day 14 – Bus & boat to Koh Chang
Day 15 – Koh Chang
Day 16 – Koh Chang
Day 17 – Koh Chang
Day 18 – Bus & boat back to Bangkok
Day 19 – Bangkok, historical district
Day 20 – Bangkok, historical district
Day 21 – Bangkok, historical district
What did you think of Ayutthaya? I am debating if it’s worth me squeezing it in on my trip between Bangkok and Chiang Mai. I’ve been to Sukhothai and explored the temples there, are they similar at all?
Wow, I really like these itineraries, I will travel to Thailand this April.
I will use this itinerary.
This is an absolute tour for understanding the Thai Culture altogether, looking forward to experience Thailand like this.
Aww!! I really liked these itineraries. Thanks for sharing this with us. I am planning to visit Thailand next month. Surely it ill helps me…
I saw a picture of Mae Ya Waterfall in Chiang Mai recently. It is beautiful. Which places in and nearby Chiang Mai would you recommend?