7 Super Experiences!
Our genuine experts explored the destinations time and again and finally worked out the itinerary taking you to experience the highlights in various ways that others might miss.
Be fascinated by the stories behind the Merlion and learn how this modern city came to be.
Take a local Tuk Tuk to stroll around the ruins of several ancient temples including the amazing Wat Mahathat, where the roots of a tree surround the head of Buddha.
Take a traditional long-tail boat to experience the floating village then start your in-depth exploration to bargain in the 100+ years floating market by paddle boat.
Put on the local Karen cloth and enjoy your time playing with the elephants in our carefully hand-picked elephant sanctuary in Chiang Mai.
Have hilarious experience with cheeky monkeys on Monkey Beach, enjoy exciting shark watch at Long Beach, experience the jungle trek on Phi Phi Islands!
Ayutthaya is the center for the production of "Sweet Angel Hair"(Roti Sai Mai). A normal tour to Ayutthaya will always skip this special local snack, but you will not miss it!
Our knowledgeable local guide will take you back to the Ayutthaya period to discover the unbelievable Thai-Burma war and to see how the historical Ayutthaya became ruins.
The following itinerary is for your inspiration. Our experts will customize your own tour according to your interests, schedules, hotel tastes and budget. All can be tailor-made!
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Day 1 - Welcome to Thailand！
Today you will fly to Bangkok. On arrival, your private guide will welcome you at the arrival hall and transfer you to your hotel with a private car and driver. Your guide will help you with luggage and hotel check-in and ensure your arrival is worry-free
Day 2 - Floating Market & The Grand Palace
Depart early morning for a 2-hour drive to the 100-year-old Damnoen Saduak Floating Market located 100 km (62 mi) from Bangkok, one of Thailand’s most famous attractions. Day-in and day-out from about 8 am to about 11 am, the Floating Market is routinely crowded with hundreds of vendors and purchasers floating in their small rowing boats selling and buying, or exchanging their goods. You will have a chance to take a ride on a long-tail boat to get a real sense of a floating village. After the long-tail boat cruise around the village, you will stop at a transit point where you can choose to further explore the floating market by a 4-seat boat (at your own expense) or stroll around by the river's banks.
After having lunch, you will return to Bangkok, and you will visit Wat Pho, which is one of Bangkok’s oldest and largest temples. Wat Pho was built by King Rama I about 200 years ago and houses the gigantic, gold-plated Reclining Buddha image. This unique image is 49 meters long and 12 meters high with beautifully inlaid mother-of-pearl soles. Your last stop is The Royal Grand Palace, the nation's landmark and the most revered royal monument. You will see the Palace, which is used for many different occasions, and you will see The Coronation Hall, the Funeral Hall, the Royal Guest House, and the mysterious, famous Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaew), the most revered Buddha image in Thailand. Then return to the hotel.
Wear something light and long when you visit palaces or temples. You'll need to wear pants or a dress/skirt that extends well past your knees, and a top that fully covers your shoulders. If you don't, the Grand Palace does offer clothes rental service in which you can borrow some stylish trousers and/or tops for a refundable 200 baht deposit from an office near the entrance. Hang onto your claim ticket, however, as you will need it to get that deposit back.
Day 3 - The UNESCO World Heritage Site - Ancient Captical Ayutthaya
Depart for a 1.5-hour drive through Bangkok's rural outskirts to Ayutthaya History Park. Begin by visiting the Bang-Pa-In Summer Palace, located 60 kilometers north of Bangkok, an impressive architectural blend of East and West dating back to the 17th century. Then continue your visit by long-tail boat to Ayuthaya. Lunch at a local restaurant.
Continue to Ayutthaya, which was the capital of the Thai Kingdom for 417 years. The city was founded in 1350 by King U-Thong and in 1767 it was destroyed by the Burmese army. Nowadays the ruins of the former city are on the UNESCO World Heritage list. You will take a local Tuk Tuk to stroll around the ruins of several ancient temples including Wat Phanancheong, Wat Mahathat, where the roots of a tree surround the head of Buddha; Wat Prasri Sanphet, a former royal temple during Ayutthaya days of glory; Elephant Camp, Wat Lokkaya (Wat Pranon), if time permits, Wat Chai Wattanaram, a perfect example of Khmer architectural influence. During the visit, your guide will take you to sample a notable local snack – Roti Sai Mai which is also referred to as "Sweet Angel Hair".
After the visit, you will take a private car back to your hotel in Bangkok.
When you are visiting Ayutthaya, you must try Boat Noodles (Kuai Tiao Ruea)! Originally, this dish was only sold on small paddle boats in Ayutthaya. As time went on, it started to be sold on the shore, too. Now, this Thai noodle dish is sold in tiny bowls, and there is always a challenge - to see whose bowl is piled higher! Ask your private UME guide to stop at one of these popular local restaurants and try this delicious dish. It is hard to find this dish in any other place in Thailand!
Day 4 - Fly to Chiang Mai
You will take your internal flight to the historical and colorful city of Chiang Mai. Chiang Mai, located in the north of Thailand, with its lovely Lanna temples, charming traditions, fantastic food, family-friendly attractions, and stunning setting is a gem in Thailand’s northern hills. There’s so much for tourists to do here, from cultural exploration to adventurous treks and food tours. Your private guide is waiting for you at the airport to take you by private car to your hotel.
Chiang Mai is a shopping paradise, with its famous arts and crafts. Nothing beats shopping for a bargain in the famous Chiang Mai Night Bazaar. The Night Bazaar, on the east side of the old walled city, is approximately 1km long. This evening, you can explore the night bazaar and find all the unique handicrafts and souvenirs you need along the street, plus a heap of mobile food street stalls.
Day 5 - Chiang Mai Temples & Local Hill Tribe
Your Chiang Mai temple tour takes you on an unforgettable drive through many different parts of the city. Passing markets, residential areas, foreign consulates and establishments, government buildings, and Ta-Pae, Chiang Mai's main street. You will visit four of the most important temples: Wat Chiang Man (AD 1297), the oldest temple within the city walls; Wat Chedi Luang (AD 1411), where the Emerald Buddha was once enshrined; Wat Pra Singh (AD 1345), housing a very sacred 1,500-year-old Buddha image; and Wat Suan Dok (AD 1371), where the ashes of Chiang Mai's Royal Family are interred.
After having lunch, a relaxing drive about 1hr takes you to the Doi Suthep Mountain. Climb 309 steps to the top (For the less active traveler, a tram is available for a small surcharge.), enjoying the truly breathtaking scenery all along the way. You will find Wat Phra That at the very top, one of Northern Thailand’s most sacred temples. At the top, rest and relax while marveling at the panoramic views of the city of Chiang Mai.
Next, take an adventurous ride on a songthaew across the rugged roads toward the exotic Meo hill tribe villages, which are located a further 18 Kilometers from Wat Doi Suthep into the mountains of Doi Suthep Pui National Park. You will visit a native household and discover the daily lives of the friendly villagers. Learn about their unique customs and heritage before returning to your hotel in Chiang Mai.
Day 6 - Half Day Elephant Sanctuary
A half-day package to the Elephant Jungle Sanctuary offers you an enjoyable opportunity to spend quality time with elephants in their natural home, as well as gain an insight into their history and behavior, and create cherished lifelong memories of their time spent with these amazing animals.
Today you will be picked up from your place of accommodation and will drive through scenic agricultural areas before arriving at the Sanctuary. There, you will meet your English-speaking guide and learn a little about the elephants, before changing into traditional Karen clothing.
After being allocated bananas and sugar cane to feed to the elephants, you will walk with your guide through the Sanctuary, where you will find free-roaming elephants and hear their individual stories. You can touch, feed, photograph, and interact with the elephants at your leisure while you learn about their lifestyle and behaviors.
After the close encounter with the elephant, you have head to visit Doi Suthep Mountain. Climb 309 steps (or for the less fitness-oriented, a tram is available for a small surcharge) to the top, enjoying a truly breathtaking scenery all along the way up to the top where you will find Wat Phra That, one of Northern Thailand’s most sacred temples. Have a panoramic view of the city of Chiang Mai.
Day 7 - Fly to Phuket
This morning you will check out and transfer to the airport for your flight from Chiang Mai to Phuket. On arrival, your private guide will accompany you for your hotel check-in. After settle down, relax poolside or head to the beach.
Day 8 - Explore Phi Phi Island
Enjoy a private transfer to the pier. Depart by speedboat (join boat) from Boat Lagoon Marina to visit one of Thailand's most popular natural attractions, the gorgeous Phi Phi Islands. To avoid the crowds, first visit Bamboo Island and its pristine white sand beach with emerald waters, simply perfect for swimming. Next, enjoy snorkeling off Yoong Island noted for its antler corals and colorful fish. Cruise 30min to Monkey Beach with its colony of wild macaques. Enjoy a simple local buffet lunch on arrival at Koh Phi Phi Don before taking a dip in Viking Cave on the island's northeastern tip, known for its swifts' nests used in Bird’s Nest Soup. Visit Maya Bay, the postcard-perfect setting made famous by the film “The Beach”, and enjoy a swim or simply relax on its white sand beach. Cruise back to Phuket and private transfer to your hotel.
1. The itinerary and timing above are approximate and may be modified without notice to fit the tide and local weather conditions.
2. What to bring: Sunglasses, hat and suntan lotion, spare T-shirts, non-slip shoes, a beach towel, swimming suit, and a camera.
3. Please ensure you take a waterproof holder/bag to carry the equipment in case of rain or water etc.
4. We do not recommend pregnant women to participate in this tour.
Day 9 - Free Time in Phuket
Day at leisure. Relax at your hotel, or explore the surrounding area.
Day 10 - Fly to Singapore
After breakfast at the hotel, free at leisure then depart for Phuket airport to connect your flight to Singapore. On arrival, your private guide will accompany you for your hotel check-in.
Day 11 - Boat Cruise to Merlion Park & National Orchid Garden
You will explore the history of the tiny nation of Singapore by hopping on board a traditional bumboat, a humble mode of water transportation that’s operated both to ferry goods and people across the Singapore River for decades. Set sail across the watery stretches bound for Merlion Park, home to a magnificent statue and water fountain shaped like the mythical creature. Take in beautiful views of the Marina Bay waterfront and snap a few photos at the iconic statue before heading down to the Civic District.
Here, take a wander through the boulevards lined with historic buildings before continuing down Orchard Road, a chic shopping avenue that’s the beating heart of Singapore’s glitzy commercial center.
Finally, head to the nearby National Orchid Garden for a deep breath and a wind-down. Spend time here exploring the garden’s 60,000 plants and orchids and keep an eye out for the country’s national flower, Vanda Miss Joaquim, before heading back to your hotel.
- 2 Nights in Bangkok
- 1 Night in Bangkok
- 3 Nights in Chiang Mai
- 3 Nights in Phuket
- 2 Nights in Singapore
A short walk from the BTS skytrain
Daily shuttle services from the hotel take guests to popular shopping venues
Offers ticket service, laundry and currency exchange
Facilities available at the hotel include a rooftop swimming pool, garden, fitness center, and business center
Directly connected to Ratchathewi BTS Skytrain Station, Asia Hotel Bangkok has an outdoor pool and 6 dining options. It is 1 Skytrain stop from Siam Square and MBK Shopping Mall.
Asia Hotel Bangkok is also 1 Skytrain stop from Phaya Thai BTS Skytrain Station, which connects to the Airport Railway Link to Suvarnabhumi Airport.
Spacious rooms 30㎡
15-minute stroll from Sunday Walking Street
Traditional Lanna Style
43 sqm Supreme Deluxe Room
2 minutes walk from the beach
Offers free WiFi, 2 outdoor pools and a restaurant
It offers outdoor dining and evening dance performances
Carefully selected accommodation with breakfast
Accommodation based on two people sharing (for each person not sharing a room, the single supplement will be added)
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Handpicked hotels with good service and spacious room.
Super nice location
Downtown location with convenient transportation and many good restaurants nearby.
All mentioned internal flights, trains, and cruises
Private & air-conditioned vehicle with ample space
No early get up. No late arrival.
Select seats for you as spacious as possible, such as exit row or bulkhead with more legroom.
All meals specified in the itinerary
Your special request on food can always be satisfied, no matter it relates to religion or medical purpose!
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Bottles of drinking water and cold towels per guest per day
24/7 helpline while you are travelling
All excursions specified in the itinerary
All entrance fees specified in the itinerary
We offer professional private tour guides with over 10-year experience, well-performed vehicles less than 5-year service life and licensed drivers with 5-year practice. Each of our employees undergoes rigorous screening before they can join our network.
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You will have our local team's urgency contact number and we are available whenever and wherever. If you meet any problem or need any help, just make a phone call and everything will be settled down at a time.
We provide the welcome kits for each customer, you will receive the SIM card, city map, a bottle of drinking water and a cool towel per guest per day for FREE. Get all first-step information and useful tips in one profile and make your first tour simple and easy.