Go beyond the standard Thailand vacation packages and experience the cultural beauty and intriguing natural treasures that the country has to offer. Once you’ve completed your off-the-beaten-path adventure, unwind on the magical beaches of Khao Lak, surrounded by Thailand’s iconic rising islands.


Itinerary Summary

DayPlaceHighlightsHotel Options
1 - 3BangkokTraditional Buildings, Modern Skyscrapers, Beautiful MonasteriesMajestic Grande, Riva Surya
3 - 4KanchanaburiLimestone Hills, Sugarcane Fields, Erawan National ParkDhevamantra Resort, Float House River Kwai Resort
4 - 5AyutthayaTall Prangs Ruins, Headless Buddha, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Historical ParkKantary Hotel, Iudia Hotel
5 - 6SukhothaiUNESCO World Heritage Site, Sukhothai Ruins, Sri Satchanalai National Park, Wat MahathatLegendha Sukothai, Sukothai Heritage Resort
6 - 8Chiang MaiCultural Capital, Vibrant Nightlife, Ethnic and Modern CulturesBanthai Village, De Naga Hotel
8 - 13Khao LakTurquoise Waters, Relaxation, Scuba Diving, Tranquil AmbienceMoracea by Khao Lak Resort, Beyond Resort Khaolak
13 - 13PhuketWest Coast, Andaman Sea, Sunny Beaches, Shopping, Dining

Ideal For

  • Beaches
  • Heritage
  • Relaxation

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Itinerary Details

Day 1 - 3

International Arrival

Transfer from Bangkok Airport to Hotel


2 Days

Bangkok is a quintessential blend of old and new! Meaning the city of angels, Bangkok is the capital city of Thailand – and is its largest metropolis.

Included Activities

Highlights of Bangkok
Embark on Bangkok in all its regal glory! Begin with a cruise through the Thonburi klongs (canals) on a long tail boat. Stop en route at Wat Arun, also known as the Temple of Dawn monastery. Proceed onwards to the majestic Grand Palace to witness majestic throne halls and the enigmatic Emerald Buddha. Feast on lunch overlooking the Chao Phraya River at the exotic Supatra River House. Spend your afternoon with a visit to the world’s largest teak building, Vimanmek Palace, before finishing your day at Wat Benjamabophit, the Marble Temple, which is a fantastic fusion of Thai and European architecture.To respect local customs, please dress conservatively and avoid flip flops and sandals, which are not permitted within religious complexes. Kindly note that women are generally not allowed to enter the monk’s living quarters, where chanting takes place.

Hotel Options

Majestic Grande – Opt 1
RoomGrande Superior
Riva Surya – Opt 2
RoomRiva-Urban Room
Day 3 - 4

Drive from Bangkok to Kanchanaburi (130 km, 2.5 hrs)


1 Day

Kanchanaburi town lies 13kms west of Bangkok, bordering north-west Myanmar (Burma).

Included Activities

Highlights of Kanchanaburi
Explore the poignant War Cemetery, the infamous Bridge on the River Kwai and visit the JEATH War Museum that holds artifacts related to the notorious Death Railway, constructed by Prisoners of War in World War 2. Take a train ride up this line through stunning jungle scenery and historic sites to the Nam Tok terminus, where by late afternoon you will reach your accommodation.

Hotel Options

Dhevamantra Resort – Opt 1
RoomSuperior Garden View
Float House River Kwai Resort – Opt 2
RoomFloating Villa
Day 4 - 5

Drive from Kanchanaburi to Ayutthaya (130 km, 2.5 hrs)


1 Day

The Historic City of Ayutthaya (also spelled ‘Ayudhya’) or Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya founded in 135, is the capital of Thailand’s Ayutthaya province.

Included Activities

Half Day Visit to Ayutthaya Ancient Ruins
Visit first the Bang-Pa-In Summer Palace, an  excellent architectural blend of the East and West, with beautiful gardens. Ayutthaya, was once the Thai Kingdoms capital for 417yrs. The ruins of this former city are a UNESCO World Heritage site. Stroll through the ruins of Wat Prasrisanphet, a former royal temple during Ayutthaya’s days of glory; Wat Mahathat, where the roots of a tree surround the head of Buddha.

Hotel Options

Kantary Hotel – Opt 1
RoomStudio Room
Iudia Hotel – Opt 2
RoomIudia River view 1st Flr Room
Day 5 - 6

Drive from Ayutthaya to Sukhothai (352 km, 4.5 hrs)


1 Day

Located 427 km north of Bangkok, Sukhothai, meaning the “dawn of happiness,” is a small city in lower northern Thailand, renowned for the ruins of the ancient city Sukhothai which was the Thai capital during the 13th century.

Included Activities

Highlights of Sukhothai
In the late 13th/14th century, Sukhothai was the first capital city of the former Kingdom of Siam. Today it is a UNESCO protected historical park as it exemplifies the glory of original Siamese architecture and houses over 190 ruins related to the first Thai state. Discover the temple zone, especially the Wat Mathathat, the kingdom’s spiritual center with its prominent yet unique Sukhothai lotus-bud chedi (stupa or Buddhist shrine). The Wat Phra Pai Luang showcases early 13th century Khmer and Lopburi architecture, whilst the Wat Sri Sawai boasts floral stucco reliefs and Lopburi-style ‘apsaras’ (celestial nymphs). Don’t miss the Wat Sri Chum that holds much mystery with its ‘Phra Atjana’ or ‘immovable Buddha’ that stretches 15 meters tall and 11 meters wide!

Phitsanuloke, Lampang & Lamphun Visits (en route from Sukhothai)
There’s so much to see and do when driving down from Sukhothai to Chiang Mai! En route in Phitsanoloke (about 50 km), you can visit one of Central Thailand’s most beautiful and most important temple, the Wat Mahatat, which lies on the banks of Nan River. Then, follow the route via the mountains to Lampang, where just a few kilometers away from the city you will stop at Wat Phratat Lampang Luang. Built largely of teak wood, this wat (temple) once contained the famous Emerald Buddha Statue, which is today housed in the Wat Phra Keio. Drive further for another 20 km before reaching Tungvien market, where the inhabitants from the surrounding mountains gather to sell all kinds of exotic animals to eat ..if you have the stomach for it! Then visit Lampuhn city, to see Wat Haripunchai – one of the oldest temples in northern Thailand. Arrive in Chiang Mai, just 30 km away, by late afternoon.

Hotel Options

Legendha Sukothai – Opt 1
Sukothai Heritage Resort – Opt 2
Day 6 - 8

Drive from Sukhothai to Chiang Mai (420 km, 5.5 hrs)

Chiang Mai

2 Days

Chiang Mai is the cultural capital of northern Thailand and is enveloped by a ring of mountains.

Included Activities

Half Day Wat Prathat Doi Suthep & Hill Trip Tour
Enjoy the scenery as you drive up Doi Suthep mountain to Chiang Mai’s most famous landmark, the magnificent golden pagoda of Wat Prathat Doi Suthep.  With irresistible photo opportunities of the city below, climb the Naga (mythical serpent) staircase as the temple bells chime through the air. A songtaew (red seated truck) will take you further up a dirt track where you can stop for a brew. Enjoy a cup of the locally grown Arabica coffee, part of the Chang Khein coffee research project. Head onwards to Chang Khien where you can interact with a White Hmong of 800 traditional ethnic peoples and observe their traditional 500 year old lifestyle of unique culture and customs.

Hotel Options

Banthai Village – Opt 1
RoomDeluxe Room
De Naga Hotel – Opt 2
RoomDeluxe Room
Day 8 - 13

Transfer from Hotel to Chiang Mai Airport

Flight from Chiang Mai to Phuket

Drive from Phuket to Khao Lak (88 km, 1.5 hrs)

Khao Lak

5 Days

Khao Lak is Thailand’s tranquil seaside destination and home to many beach resorts.

Hotel Options

Moracea by Khao Lak Resort – Opt 1
RoomKhao Lak Resort - Jasmine Superior
StyleBeach Resort
Beyond Resort Khaolak – Opt 2
RoomPalm Villa
StyleBeach Resort
Day 13 - 13

Drive from Khao Lak to Phuket (60 km, 1.5 hrs)


0 Days

Phuket, in Thailand, has emerged as one of the most popular destinations in the world! Azure blue oceans, verdant rainforests and golden beaches are characteristic of the largest island in Thailand.

International Departure

 Price & Inclusions

  • Option 1 $ 2,516 /person
  • Option 2 $ 2,859 /person

Prices are in USD and exclude international flights

Price Includes

  • Accommodation (on a twin-sharing basis) on the indicated meal plan for 12 nights.
  • Economy flights for all sectors : Chiang Mai – Phuket
  • All activities as listed :
    • Bangkok: Highlights of Bangkok
    • Kanchanaburi: Highlights of Kanchanaburi
    • Bangkok: Half Day Visit to Ayutthaya Ancient Ruins
    • Sukhothai: Highlights of Sukhothai
    • Sukhothai: Phitsanuloke, Lampang & Lamphun Visits (en route from Sukhothai)
    • Chiang Mai: Half Day Wat Prathat Doi Suthep & Hill Trip Tour
  • All airport and hotel transfers
  • A high-quality air conditioned vehicle with a safety-tested chauffeur for all activities specified in the itinerary
  • All activities specified in the itinerary, including entrance fees wherever applicable, accompanied by our tour guide
  • Your Trip Coordinator: a 24/7 point of contact, supporting you during your trip
  • Welcome kit including all important documents and information regarding your itinerary
  • Insolvency insurance
  • Fees and taxes

This listed price is based on two people sharing a double room. The price may vary due to the time of year you travel, the size of your group, and accommodation availability.

What our guests say about this trip

Our guides were extremely helpful and knowledgeable. They had everything set up for us at each stop. They even helped with navigating through the airport when it was time to head off to a new city.

Fabulous service and truly a great company. I will never travel without this service again!

– Vanessa Stevens
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Assorted Treasures of Thailand

13 days $ 2,516 / person

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