About Thailand

Thailand continues to be Asia’s most popular holiday destination. There are seemingly unlimited options for visitors as they explore every part of this magnificent country. Regardless of the amount of visitors to this country, Thailand has managed to hold onto its cultural identity. Many have wondered if this is because Thailand has never been colonised by another nation and their heritage is so rich and strong that visitors have the opportunity to view it without changing it. Friendly and fun loving, exotic and tropical, cultured and historic, Thailand radiates a golden hue from its glittering temples and tropical beaches through to the ever-comforting Thai smile. The bustling markets filled with fascinating street food and colourful patterns of clothing and goods will have any traveler lost in the beauty of this country.

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Destination Information

Facts & Figures:

Official Name: Kingdom of Thailand
Location: Southeast Asia, bordered by Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar & Malaysia
Language: Thai, minority languages, English
Population: 68.6 million
Size: 514,000 km2
Capital: Bangkok
Time zone: GMT +7
Currency: Thai baht (THB) 1USD ≈ THB 32.87 (Sept 2019)
International Dialing Code: +66
Major religions: Buddhist, Muslim, and Christian
Ethnic Groups: Thai (75%), Chinese (14%) and other (11%)
Traditional New Year: Songkran (April 13th or 14th & lasts for around 3 days)

Times of Year to go:

Thailand climate is controlled by tropical monsoons.

The majority of the country can be described as hot and humid during most of the year with an average annual temperature of 28°C.

The weather in Central, Northern, and North-eastern Thailand is determined by three seasons. Meanwhile, the Southern, Coastal regions of Thailand feature only two: Green season and Dry season.

Hint: Optimum beach weather on the Andaman Sea (Phuket) is between November – April and April – October for the Gulf of Thailand (Koh Samui).


Thai food is based on a balance between different flavours including spicy, sour, sweet, salty and bitter. One distinctive aspect of Thai food is the use of fresh herbs and spices, fish sauce is also a popular ingredient just like fresh chili.

Health & Safety:

Travel Health Insurance is highly recommended.

Thailand has a robust health-care infrastructure – the majority of cities and popular tourist areas have adequate, and even excellent, medical care.

Vaccinations are recommended but not always a must.

Avoid drinking the tap water.

Beware of unauthorized people who offer their services as tour or shopping guides.

Penalties for drug offences are very severe in Thailand including long jail sentences or even death.

Travel Tips:

Start your journey in the North (ie: Chiang Mai) and travel down to the south by train. This option makes for a better loop and is a fantastic way to experience the country. This is a good way to ease travellers into the country by putting the large Metropole of Bangkok in the middle of the itinerary.


Visa exemptions: ASEAN or Western countries, including most European, Commonwealth, and North American citizens, are not required to have a Thai visa for visits less than 30 days in Thailand. The passport must be valid for at least 6 additional months from your last departure day from Thailand


International airports: Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK), Don Mueang Airport (DMK), Chiang Mai Airport (CNX), Phuket Airport (HKT), Hat Yai Airport (HDY) and 6 other international airports

Border crossings from: Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar & Malaysia

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Bangkok, Thailand’s capital, is an enormous city known for fancy places of worship and energetic street life. The pontoon filled Chao Phraya River encourages its system of channels, streaming past the Rattanakosin regal area, home to the lavish Grand Palace and its holy Wat Phra Kaew Temple. Adjacent is Wat Pho Temple with a gigantic leaning back Buddha and, on the opposite shore, Wat Arun Temple with its lofty advances and Khmer-style tower.

Chiang Mai is a city in rugged northern Thailand. Established in 1296, it was capital of the autonomous Lanna Kingdom until 1558. Its Old City zone still holds remnants of dividers and canals from its history as a social and religious focus. It’s likewise home to many expound Buddhist sanctuaries, including fourteenth century Wat Phra Singh and fifteenth century Wat Chedi Luang, embellished with cut snakes.

Ko Samui, Thailand’s second biggest island, lies in the Gulf of Thailand off the east shoreline of the Kra Isthmus. It’s known for its palm-bordered shorelines, coconut forests and thick, rugged rainforest, in addition to extravagance resorts and luxurious spas. The milestone 12m-tall brilliant Big Buddha statue at Wat Phra Yai Temple is situated on a little island associated with Ko Samui by a boulevard.

Khao Lak is a progression of towns, presently traveler situated, principally in the Takua Pa District and halfway in the Thai Mueang District of Phang Nga Province, Thailand. The name “Khao Lak” actually signifies ‘Lak mountain’. Lak mountain is one of the principle tops in the sloping little uneven district (most extreme tallness 1,050 meters (3,440 ft) in Khao Lak-Lam Ru National Park. The modest town of Ban Khao Lak, the first shoreline, Hat Khao Lak, and the cove of Khao Lak (Ao Khao Lak) in reality all lie in the Lam Kaen sub-region of Thai Mueang District.

Phuket, a rainforested, rocky island in the Andaman Sea, has a portion of Thailand’s most famous shorelines, predominantly arranged along the unmistakable waters of the western shore. The island is home to some top of the line shoreline resorts, spas and eateries. Phuket City, the capital, has old shophouses and occupied markets.

Hua Hin is a seaside resort on the Gulf of Thailand, in the southern Thai province of Prachuap Khiri Khan. Once a quiet fishing village, it grew into a fashionable escape for residents of Bangkok after the 1920s, when the Thai royal family built summer palaces here. Hua Hin Beach, popular for kitesurfing and other water sports, is the main stretch of sand, lined with high-end hotels and seafood shacks.

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Accommodations by City

Below you will find a list of hotels that can accommodate different star ratings / budgets. You will find a list of destinations within the country and in each destination it will feature different hotel accommodations available to include on your trip. Simply click and check off the boxes where it says “Add to Journey” for the hotels you wish to include in your itinerary and type in the amount of nights for each!

Hotel Rating Legend

Hotel Rating Legend

Luxury – An exclusive, marquee property offering the highest standards in accommodations and facilities. Guest and public rooms are luxurious, the service is impeccable.  

Deluxe – An excellent property, offering a high standard in accommodations and public rooms. Full range of services, amenities and facilities. 

Superior – An above average property, with very comfortable accommodations and public rooms. Usually provides a full range of services, amenities and facilities. 

Medium/Comfortable – A nice and comfortable property,  limited range of facilities with comfortable well maintained accommodations. 

Shanghai Mansion Bangkok (Superior)

The Shanghai Mansion began in 1892 as a trading house, and in 1908, it was transformed into Bangkok’s first Chinese opera house. Renowned for its spectacular interiors and popular staging of classic Chinese theatre, the opera house was frequented by members of Thailand’s Royal Family, among other members of the aristocracy. By the mid-1900s, the building transformed again, serving as Thailand’s stock exchange and a textile trading center, before becoming Yaowarat Square, a popular department store brimming with restaurants and shops peddling Chinese herbal medicine. By 1998, the building fell into disrepair and in 2005, it was purchased by Burasari Group.

Inspired by the ongoing revival of Yaowarat Road, Burasari Group refurbished it as Shanghai Mansion — Chinatown’s most striking and artistic boutique hotel. Inspired by the building’s theatrical roots and original Art Deco flair, Shanghai Mansion reflects the stylish mood of Shanghai, circa 1930, full of rich, vibrant colours, opulent fabrics, imperial furniture and whimsical details.

Today, Shanghai Mansion reflects Bangkok’s dynamic temperament, where heritage blends with modern living, where East meets West. Locals and visitors flock here at every hour of every day, beguiled by Chinatown’s teeming markets, exotic street food and heritage pedigree. We invite you to enjoy the panache and spirit of our neighborhood at your Shanghai Mansion.

Well Hotel Sukhumvit (Superior)

Well Hotel Sukhumvit 20 is in the heart of Bangkok on Sukhumvit 20 road. Its rooms and suites feature a mini bar, personal electronic safety box, 45 Inch smart TV with free Wi-Fi. It is 235 room property with 5 categories, fitted with private exercise bikes both on the executive rooms and executive suites and a well fit box containing a yoga mat, yoga block, an exercise ball, massage ball and a resistant band as well as an electric weight scale for the health loving travelers. In addition to this a microwave is provided in al the executive rooms and printer is available on request.

The Siam (Deluxe)

Located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River in downtown Bangkok 3km from Teak Vimanmek, 5km from the famous Grand Palace and 35km from Suvarnabhumi International Airport. They also provide free shuttle boat sesrvice from the hotel to Sathorn Pier from 10:00 – 18:00 hrs.

Accommodation with modern facilities, designed by an internationally renowned architect, Bill Bensley, with an outdoor pool and on-site parking, free Wi-Fi in all areas of the hotel

Luxurious villas and suites all with air conditioning are tastefully decorated, incude a tv, mini bar, unlimited local phone service and a fruit basked for all guests. All modern bathrooms are equipped with a bathtub and shower, well-equipped fitness centre, spa and library. In addition, the hotel also provides other services; 24-hour front desk, currency exchange, babysitting services and a personal assistant service for convenience

Chon Thai Restaurant is located within a group of 3 teak Thai houses with excellent Thai food. There are many restaurants, including the Deco Bar & Bistro inspired by the jazz atmosphere and decorated in black and white tones serving international cuisine. Including a selection of fine wines and cocktails.

Riva Surya (Superior)

Located on the Chao Phraya river and 25km from Don Mueang airport and surrounded by heritage sites like Grand Palace Wat Pho and Wat Arun.

The property has 68 beautifully designed rooms and elegant dining options, a river side swimming pool and leisure facilities, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, iPod docks minibars, tea and coffeemakers, free parking and room service. Some balconies enjoy a sea view. There are 2 bars (1 poolside), as well as a pair of riverfront restaurants. Private dining is offered. Other amenities include an outdoor pool, a hot tub and a gym.

Na Nirand Romantic Boutique Resort (Deluxe)

Na Nirand Romantic Boutique Resort is a charming hideaway nestled in the heart of  Chiang Mai. Legendary stories are combined with the history of the Charoenprathet road area.

The resort is surrounded by indigenous trees, large and small, allowing guests to feel and experience natural peace, tranquility, and relaxation. The residences and facility buildings are all designed to encompass the giant rain tree, which distinctly stands as the centerpiece and Heart of Na Nirand…

All 45 guest rooms are non-smoking rooms, and have a private balcony. A full array of conveniences are provided including, washing and ironing services, airport shuttle services, a library, spa, fitness, restaurant and an outdoor pool.

X2 Chiang Mai Riverside (Deluxe)

Situated in the tranquil banks of the ping river the X2 Chiang Mai Riverside is the first X2 Resort in Thailand’s culture capital. The luxury 5-story resort features 30 elegantly designed suites. The resorts courtyard is interpersed with 100 year old tamarind trees.

The X2 Chiang Mai Riverside resort offers guests the very essence of true boutique resort luxury, The Cross-To experience promises to bring to Chiang Mai a new standard of hospitality, comfort and excitement. The journey north begins at Cross-To, bringing you a unique blend of culture, elegance, fine dining, and fun.

Enjoy the Ozone Gym-Pool-Roofbar which overlooks the tranquil flow of the Ping river. Guests can enjoy the luxurious X2 Spa and fitness facilities, as well as fine dining in the Oxygen Dining Room – the resort’s French/Thai fusion fine dining restaurant. The famous dining room is set in a modern glass building which has won both culinary and design awards.

The Library Bar & Café is a casual yet chic chill zone. Enjoy downtime and relaxation as you enjoy affordable food, sip on great cocktails or enjoy the selection of its varied wine menu. Chess, magazines and Wi-Fi make this lounge café a perfect private hideaway or another choice to have high tea, snacks and drinks.

Akyra Manor (Deluxe)

Welcoming all to an intimate and all-suite luxury hotel, where the suites are created around a courtyard within a room concept Akyra Manor is the hip downtown hotel Chiang mai never had.

The spacious Urban Suites of the Akyra are Air-conditioned with a sofa seating area LCD TV and outdoor spa bath on the balcony, equipped with a safety deposit box, coffee machine and a stocked mini bar.

Guests can enjoy the state-of-the-art show kitchen and pizza oven at the Italics restaurant and also by ordering drinks at Rise, the hotel’s rooftop bar.

Akyra Manor Chiang Mai is within walking distance of chic boutiques, galleries and coffee shops. It is less than 3 km from the city centrer and a 15-minute drive from Chiang Mai International Airport.

Siripanna (Superior)

The Sirapanna offers 104 luxuriously appointed Lanna style rooms. The property is set amidst lush surroundings. Siripanna has an outdoor Italian restaurant surrounded by gardens, and a traditional eatery with a bar.

One of the most amazing facts about Siripanna Villa is that each room opens up to different sceneries such as the rice field, the old rice barn, the Thai house, the terrace under the old Longan tree or the mountain range. Each room contains free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV, balcony with garden view, a safe, minibar, tea and coffeemakers also upgraded rooms with direct pool access. All suites have seating areas, and upgraded suites offer separate living rooms.

Our unique Lanna services offers a quality that will provide you with excellent experiences from our accommodation, natural spa, exquisite dining ranging from a la carte through to the most amazing Lanna style banquets.

The Sarojin (Deluxe)

This luxurious resort on the Andaman Sea offers a lush tropical garden setting with direct access to a secluded beach area. Surrounded by national parks and rainforests, with an offering of a tropical retreat 1-hour by car from Phuket.

Suites enjoy private terraces, bathrooms with rainfall showers, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, minifridges and safes, as well as tea and coffeemakers. Upgraded rooms offers private pools, and suites add separate living areas. Relaxing massage treatments can be enjoyed at Sarojin’s spa or by the outdoor pool. Every day is an experience at The Sarojin, where staff can easily arrange Thai cooking classes or private boat charters to visit nearby islands.

The Edge and Ficus restaurants serve some of the best Thai and Mediterranean Cuisine in Thailand. fresh seafood by the beach. A wide selection of wines can be enjoyed at The Wine Bar & Cellar. Guests can also request  gourmet picnic baskets for a day out or a romantic candlelight dinner by the waterfalls.

The Sands Khaolak (Superior)

The modern rooms and suites come with flat screens TV’s, minifridges, tea and coffeemakers, balconies with garden or sea views. Family rooms feature underwater-themed decor, while some suites have private plunge pools and/or separate living areas. Breakfast is free. Amenities include outdoor pools, a gym and a spa, plus sports facilities and a kids’ club. There are also 3 restaurants and 4 bars (2 swim-up). Thai boxing and cooking classes are also available.

Amari Koh Samui (Deluxe)

Inspired by Thai design with a contemporary twist and a modern sophistication fused with understated elegance and a unique perspective from each wing, this tropical island paradise will promise you something new and spectacular. Located in the peaceful shore of North Chaweng, Amari Koh Samui has 24-hour reception, concierge services, laundry and free parking for its guests. This Thai inspired resort provides traditional-inspired rooms in a tropical setting. It also offers a diving centre with 2 swimming pools, a fitness centre and free Wi-Fi access. Talking about the food, meals are sampled at the all-day Amaya Food Gallery or at Pan Asian, which has live cooking stations and weekly events. A buffet breakfast is also available. Prego offers Italian classics and a selection of fine wines. Room service is also available.

Amari Koh Samui is 2.5km from the Chaweng Walking Street and 15 minutes’ walk from Central Festival Samui.

Banyan Tree Koh Samui (Luxury)

The Banyan Tree Samui is nestled among the rich jungle of a private bay in Lamai. This Luxury all pool villa resort combines the best elements of a tropical getaway  with a pristine beach, blissful spa escapes, bespoke dining offerings, locally infused experiences, a personal Villa Host concierge and unparalleled views.

Each spacious villa features a private terrace with sweeping ocean views. These Villas contains a flat-screen cable TV, DVD player and iPod dock, large bathrooms with floor-to-ceiling windows and twin vanities for the guests.

The resorts facilities include a wellness centre and complete hydrotherapy experience, fitness and yoga centre, a kids’ club, as well as 50 metre long main pool overlooking  the beachfront lawn and the resorts own private bay.

Chura Resort Koh Samui (Superior)

This resort offers first-class service dotted with palm trees presents a contemporary Asian Décor, with more than 60 modern stylish rooms and suites with amenities like free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, safes, minibars, and tea and coffeemakers. All include siting areas and patios, while upgraded quarters offer gulf views. The 1-bedroom suites have separate living rooms and open-air bathrooms. The Chura Samui bar offers fresh and mouth-watering seafood dishes and cocktails to sip whilst enjoying the ocean view and refreshing sea breeze. Guests can have breakfast, prepared to order, and served at the KAN Restaurant.

Chura Samui is a 10-minute drive from Samui International Airport.

Sala Samui Chaweng (Superior)

Inspired by the Asian culture this uniquely designed resort comprises of two buildings, featuring luxurious pool villas and suites, a signature ‘moon pool’ that overlooks the sea and a romantic beachfront restaurant. The spacious pool deck also comes with plenty of sunbeds and a kid’s pool.

Uniquely designed rooms with handcrafted furnishings and air-conditioning with a cable/satellite TV and minibar are standard features. Bathrooms have hot-water showers and a hairdryer.

The open air Tent Beachfront Restaurant and Bar features fresh seafood and a variety of international and Thai favorites.  There are also options for a romantic indoor dining experience with a private gazebo or a complete beachfront dining experience can also be arranged.

SALA Samui Chaweng Beach Resort is less than 5 minutes’ walk from Chaweng Town. It is a convenient 10-minute drive from Samui Airport.

Six Senses Samui (Deluxe)

This upscale resort is located on 8 hectares of land and provides a luxurious experience to the guests with views of the Gulf of Thailand, outdoor showers, free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. This luxurious resort in Thailand has 66 private Villas with minibars, and tea and coffeemakers. Many have private infinity pools and/or lounges which are landscaped within natural vegetation, as well as walk-in closets. Room service is available 24/7.

Amenities include free parking and a breakfast buffet, plus 2 gourmet restaurants and bars. There’s a wellness spa, an infinity pool and a fitness center, plus direct beach access.

Koh Yao Island Resort (Superior)

Located in the famous archipelago of Phang Na Bay on Koh Yao Noi in Southern Thailand the Koh Yao Island resort is a resort which is surrounded by the secluded  beaches, rainforest and uninhabited islands.

Each of these Thai-style villas are created to strike the perfect balance between nature and western-style luxury. Open-air rooms, free Wi-Fi, desks, minibars and Nespresso machines. All have fans and balconies; 1- and 2-bedroom beachfront villas also have air-conditioning, sitting areas and also a nearby tented lodge with a private beach. These lodges are all made from local materials with natural palm leaf roofs. Those staying in one of the beachfront villas may have the direct view of the beach and can enjoy the viewd of James bond island.

Local and international food are served by the on-site restaurants. Dine on the private island of Ko Nok, which is a 15-minute boat ride away.

Paradise Koh Yao (Superior)

Located in the Northern Tip of the Koh Yao Noi island Phang Nga Bay which is world famous for its unique limestone formations and pristine beaches. The spacious studios and villas are set on the beach, gardens or on the hill side overlooking the bay.

The resort offers a wide range of dining options. Guests can sink their feet into the sand at the Seafood Terrace that opens all day and serves a hearty buffet breakfast, in additon to local Thai and Western favourites for lunch and dinner. During the day, tasty snacks and drinks can be ordered from the Beach Club Bar, located in front of the pool. In the evenings, the Al Fresco Restaurant serves delicious Asian-Western fusion. At the end of the day, lounge on the beanbags, sip the special cocktails and enjoy sunset views at the Sundowners Bar.

Six Senses Yao Noi (Deluxe)

The Six Senses resort is a quite retreat away from the city spread out over 24 acres. The resort offers luxurious air-conditioned villas with private pools and a personal butler.

The spacious villas have an outdoor pool terrace with a dining area and sun loungers, equipped with a flat-screen TV, free wifi and iPod docks. Attached bathrooms have a bathtub and outdoor showers.

The Six senses spa offers guests a wide range of beauty and body treatments as well as gym. The resort offers Thai cooking classes and wine tasting sessions. Bonfires and outdoor movie screenings can be enjoyed at the private beach.

Six Senses resort also provides a wide range of dining options including Italian, Thai and Indian cuisine.

Tree House Villas Koh Yao (Luxury)

This luxurious-adults only resort is set on an island only accessible by boat and offers serene and bright villas with timber floors set amongst the trees, on a hill or overlooking the beach. Amenities include free Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, flat-screen TV’s, tea and coffeemakers, minifridges, private balconies and seating areas. Some feature private pools. Room service, including in-room dining, massage and yoga, is also available.

There are several dining options for the guests including open-air and beachfront dining, as well as a bar with live music.

Koh Yao Yai Village (Superior)

A beachfront resort surrounded by the lush gardens. Located 5km from the speedboat transfers from Phuket and Krabi.

Stylish Thai style thatch roof bungalows come equipped with free Wi-Fi, cable TV, minifridges, tea and coffee maker and excellent sea view Villas with open air showers and access to a shared pool; upgrades have living rooms. Room service is available.

Free buffet for breakfast.  Two great restaurants one offering open-air dining and a bar. There’s also an infinity pool with a swim-up bar and a spa offering Thai massage and other treatments.

Burasari Resort Phuket (Deluxe)

Located 3km away from Banzaan Fresh Market  and a 2 minute walk from Patong Beach, the Burasari Resort is set in a lively entertainment district and is surrounded by lush gardens.

The rooms feature local art and ornate woodwork. The colourful rooms include tea and coffeemakers, balconies with pool or garden views, minibars and free Wi-Fi. Deluxe upgraded rooms offer living areas and patios with direct pool access and/or jacuzzis.

In addition to an outdoor pool and spa, amenities include a sleek restaurant, snack /juice bar, as well as a poolside sports bar.

Katathani (Deluxe)

This upscale beachfront resort on Kata Noi Bay, offers rooms with balconies, flat-screen TVs, DVD players, safes and minibars, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities. Luxurious Suites, some with beach views, add living rooms, while villas offer kitchens. Family suites have kids’ rooms with boat-shaped beds. Upgraded suites offer sea views; some have hot tubs.
There are 6 dining options, 6 bars and 10 outdoor pools, plus a fitness center and a spa with a rooftop hot tub.

Sala Phuket (Deluxe)

The Sala Phuket is an ultramodern resort that is surrounded by trees on Mai Khao Beach. Bright rooms featuring balconies with daybeds, plus open-air bathrooms. All are equipped with free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TVs, minibar, tea and coffee maker. The 1- and 2-bedroom villas have private pools and some have separate living rooms.

Enjoy the  acclaimed poolside restaurant, outdoor pool, rooftop eatery and the hip beachfront bar. A spa with massage, beauty treatments and gym are also available for you to take advantage of.

The Boathouse Phuket (Superior)

Located in Kata District on the west coast of Phuket. The Boathouse has 38 rooms and suites with free wifi, free parking, outdoor pool, spa, restaurant, bar, 24 hour front desk, RE KA TA Beach Club.

Its spacious restaurant serves French and Asian cuisine in a sumptuous setting with a white theme with a large bar area complete with bar stools and sofas at one end and a centrally located stairway heading up to the roof terrace

Winner of the Wine Spectator Best Award of Excellence since 2006. The 800-label cellar has around 6500 bottles featuring classical, organic and New World wines.

Island Escape by Burasari (Deluxe)

Located on Koh Mapraow (Coconut Island) within a 20-minute transfer from Phuket town, the resort occupies an area of 150 acres with 15 private ocean view pool villas 35 garden villas, 5 swimming pools, and a children’s playground.

The property has a 24 hour front desk, currency exchange, room service and its own private beach area.

All rooms at the resort have air conditioning, a flat-screen TV, DVD player, private bathroom with a bidet, a hairdryer and free toiletries. Buffet and American breakfast options are available each morning..

The Slate (Deluxe)

Located just 5minutes away from Phuket international airport this upscale resort is next to a pristine and secluded beach.

The Slate offers a sleek industrial design with its beautiful backdrop of Nai Yang Beach and the Andaman Sea. Modern suites feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen tvs, along with living rooms and balconies. Upgraded suites add features such as  private gardens, plunge pools, saunas or whirlpools. Luxe 1- and 2-bedroom villas include private gardens and spa areas. It also has a rainforest spa and 3 outdoor pools, one is open for the family while the other 2 pools are adults only.

Five dining options that offer everything from a breakfast buffet to fresh seafood barbecue dinners. Tongkah Tin Syndicate provides a snooker hall and international whiskeys. The upscale fusion restaurant overlooks the lagoon and the open-air steakhouse has an ultramodern garden spa. The electic bar has a pool table, along with 3 outdoor pools, including an infinity pool and a pool with a swim-up bar.


Experiences by City

Below you will find a list of experiences that you can add to your itinerary when travelling to Thailand. You will find a list of destinations within the country and in each destination it will feature different options available to include on your trip. Simply click and check off the boxes where it says “Add to Journey” for the experiences you wish to include in your itinerary!

Biking Tour: Tour Includes

Bicycle & Bicycle Helmet

English Speaking Guide

2 (longtail) boat rides

Delicious Thai snack/meal

Water or soft drinks during the excursion


Free photos or GoPro Videos*

Free Wi-Fi at lounge

A unique and unrivalled Bangkok cycling experience

Biking Tour

Pick up time: 07:00-07:30 AM.

Get ready to explore the colours of Bangkok on one of our most popular half day Bangkok bike tours. We will take you to parts of the Thai Capital that you may miss on your own.  We will be taking you through a place with narrow streets and backyards to escape from the dense traffic of Bangkok.

In the first part of our journey you will be witnessing stand alone villas, luxurious apartment buildings, town houses, small factories and some shops.  As we continue our journey we will walk through a small community in one of the more impoverished areas and stop at a local Kindergarten where we will see children receiving education.

We continue our of Bangkok bicycle excursion and  arrive at the pier. Here we will be boarding a typical Thai longtail boat to cross the mighty Chao Phraya river.

At the other side of the river we will find ourselves back in the ‘Jungle’ or the ‘Green Lung’ of Bangkok, the greenest area in the whole city.
We will be cycling on elevated pathways through lush vegetation and in the shade of coconut palms and banana trees. Halfway through the tour we stop at a local restaurant and enjoy a Thai meal of  Pad Thai (Thai noodles) or Khao Pad (fried rice).

After our meal we visit a very old, non-touristy Buddhist temple. The guide will tell you everything about this temple and about Buddhism in general. Unfortunately, time has come to return to the pier where we take a short boat ride back to the hustle and bustle of Bangkok again. We make a last stop at an open-air Muay Thai school. Muay Thai, or Thai Boxing, is the national sport and cultural martial art of Thailand and its origin dates back several hundred years. Participants on our Colourrs of Bangkok bicycle tour will learn about the daily life of Bangkokians. We take you off the beaten track and show you a different Bangkok, a ‘local’ Bangkok, far away from the well-known tourist areas.

After this half day Bangkok Bicycle tour we will return to the hotel by 12:30-13:00 hrs. by minivan.

Cooking Class: Tour Includes

Welcome Herbal drink

Visit to Herbal Garden and introduction to essence of Thai cooking

3 hours hand-on cooking experience of 4 dishes


Recipe card of the dishes made

Boat transfer for about 40 minutes to school

Return transfers from school by car to your hotel


Cooking Class

Pick up time: 07:00 AM.

In the morning our driver will pick you from your hotel in Bangkok and transfer you to the Maharaj Pier. The Maharaj Pier is located just behind the Royal Grand Palace and Emerald Buddha Temple. We will continue our trip by taking a boat cruise along Chao Phraya River, passing through Temple of Dawn and into Bangkok Yai Canal, to exploring the simple lifestyle of the riverbank dwellers.

After 30 minutes of cruising, we will arrive at the Cooking Class, where we will be welcomed with a Thai herbal drink. We will begin by having a discussion with the instructor on Thai Cooking before we begin preparing for typical Thai dishes. We will visit the herb and spice garden to select the ingredients for our personal cooking experience

The Chef will start with a cooking demonstration of the dishes that you’re going to prepare. Everybody will receive a set of recipes and a private bench and wok and will be taught under close guidance of instructor and her assistants.

After the cooking class we will proceed to lunch where everyone can taste and enjoy their own cooking creation at the school’s waterside garden or in the Thai style pavilion. At the conclusion we will return you back to your hotel by 1 pm.

Bangkok City Tour: Tour Includes


Entrance Fee

English Speaking Guide


Wat Arun

Water Taxi

Long Tail Boat

Bangkok City Tour

Pick up time: 08:00 AM.

In the morning the guide and driver will meet you at your hotel lobby for the city tour. Be dazzled by the architecture and intricate details on one of Bangkok’s most magnificent landmarks “The Grand Palace”. The Grand Palace was built in 1782 and was used as a residence for the royal family until 1925 and is now used for ceremonial purposes only. The highlight of this breathtaking temple is the Temple of the Emerald Buddha: Wat Phra Kaew. The residence of Thailand’s most sacred Buddhist sculpture ‘Phra Kaew Morakot’.

Not far from the Grand Palace is Wat Pho. Known for its giant reclining Buddha that measures 46 metres in length and is covered in real gold leaf. Wat Pho is also considered the leading school for traditional massages in Thailand.

You will take a break and have lunch at a local restaurant before taking a water taxi to visit the legendary Wat Arun, also known as The Temple of Dawn. It is one of the most striking riverside landmarks of Thailand because of its architecture and fine craftsmanship.

After this, you will navigate Asia’s “Venice of the East” by a long tail boat. Venture along the waterways and canals, discovering the fascinating lifestyle of the neighbourhood where life is simple and more relaxed with their authentic Thai waterfront homes and their spirit houses.

After a full day of excitement, you return to your hotel.

Ayutthaya Day Tour: Tour Includes


English Speaking Guide

Entrance Fee Bang Pa Inn


Entrance Fee Wat Prananchoeng

Entrance Fee Wat Chai Mongkol

Entrance Fee Wat Mahathat

Ayutthaya Day Tour

Pick up time: 08:30 AM.

After breakfast at the hotel, the guide will pick you up and drive to you Ayutthaya,  which served as the capital city of Thailand from 1350 to 1767. Ayutthaya served as the centre of Thai culture and international trade, until its final destruction by the Burmese. Ayutthaya was home to 33 different Siamese kings and at one point had over one million inhabitants.

On the way, a stop is made at Bang Pa In palace, which was used by the kings of Thailand as their summer residence. The design of the palace is very European.

The buildings are laid out along an artificial ornamental pond. This was formerly the public area of the palace. The lake is a long rectangular pool lined. The most obvious of the ornaments is a modern copy of a Khmer style Prang. After a local lunch, we head to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Ayutthaya and explore the ancient ruin that once was the capital city of Thailand. Here you will find a giant sitting Buddha statue at Wat Prananchoeng and the famous leaning Chedi at Wat Chai Mongkol, as well as hundreds of smaller statues along the walls. A stop is made at a local riverside restaurant before continuing to Wat Mahathat. Wat Mahathat is famous for the Buddha head in the banyan tree.

Diversity & Harmony Walking Tour: Tour Includes

Public Transportation

Local English-speaking guide

Water/soft drink

Diversity & Harmony Walking Tour

Pick up time: 08:30 AM.

In the morning you will meet your guide at your hotel lobby and head out to explore Bangkok’s hidden gems by public transport. Take a watertaxi and cross over to the Thonburi side of the river to see the “Kudi Jeen” community. Witness the harmony in the community, which adheres to different religious practices that have been living together in peace within the Thai culture over the past 250 years. While you’re on this tour, not only will you be seeing some insights on the area, but you will also taste their local specialties.

Start the morning at the Asadang Pier, we will have a nice Thai dessert before taking the water taxis across the Chao Phraya River to the Kanlayanamitr Temple. Wat Kanlayanamitr houses Phra Phuttha Trai Rattana Nayok, also known among the Chinese as Sam Po Kong or Sam Po Hut Kong and is well-respected.  It is the only temple in Thailand where one of the principal Buddha images is seated on a rock with the left hand on the left knee facing downwards and the right hand on the right knee facing upwards.  There are mural paintings depicting the Story of Lord Buddha’s life and how people lived during the King Rama III reign.

The second stop is the Santa Cruz church, one of the oldest churches in Thailand. The construction was completed on the 14th September 1769. Based in the area of “Kudi Jeen”, experience the differences in their community. Your tour guide will explain why this church is so interesting, focusing on how it existed and why it is now called “Kudi Jeen” or “the Chinese church” by the locals. Visit Khnom Farang Kudi Jeen, if you’re lucky, they will show you how to bake this. This sweet baked treat is unlike any Thai dessert, owing to its European, Siamese, and Chinese heritage.  If you’re interested in more, enter the Baan Kudi Jeen museum and see the history of the area.

Head to Wang Lang Market by local public transportation. This market is known to the locals, yet undiscovered by tourists. This means that vendors tend to give you some extra, friendlier attention. Here you can find so many kinds of local snacks. The most famous one is Wang Lang Bakery, which is mixed with Thai and Western style. After a half day of excitement, you will head back to your hotel with your guide by public transportation.

Foodie Tour: Tour Includes

2Days/1 Night cruise in the Bay (twin or double cabin on shared boat)

All transfers and transportation with air-con vehicles

Meals (B/L/D) (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner) as indicated in the program

Local English-speaking guide

All the activities as mentioned in the program

All entrance fee

2 bottles of mineral water per person per day on bus on days of transfer and sightseeing

Foodie Tour

Bangkok Food Tour was launched in early 2011. The hosts are warm and generous with a deep knowledge in local culture and cuisine, and are eager to guide you through culinary journeys, assisting in exploring the Thai culture, and connecting you with the locals.

Their mission is not only to introduce Thai local flavours to the world, but also to help foreign visitors “eat like Thais do”. Besides filling your stomach with delicious dishes, we feed you with fun history, rich culture, and insights into the neighborhoods we visit.

Bangkok food tours is known as the one and only 100% local company that offers authentic food tours in all of Thailand, and has quickly gained a reputation for providing visitors with creative ways to explore Bangkok and beyond like locals. They have been recognized by pubications such as Travel+ Leisure and the Lonely Planet.

Bangkok Night Life Tuk Tuk Tour : Tour Includes


Food and drinks

Transportation during the tour


Drop off

Bangkok Night Life Tuk Tuk Tour

The tour starts on the Thonburi side of the river, which is traditionally more residential. After meeting the guide and other group members at Krung Thonburi BTS station (the first station once you cross the river), your guide will introduce you to your driver and as a group you will start your journey whizzing around Bangkok.

You will first stop at a local market where we will pick up snacks and explore market life from a local’s perspective. You will then continue to a local temple that is beautiful at night, for an introduction to Buddhism and Thai beliefs.

You will then continue back across the river to the historic heart of Bangkok. You will visit places that most tourists only visit during the daytime including some of Bangkok’s most famous temples, such as Wat Pho. We will walk through local Bangkok night markets including the 24-hour Flower market where the vivid colors come alive under the fluorescent lights, at a time when flowers are starting to get delivered.

Along the way you will stop to sample some of the best food in the city, whether it be random snacks in the first market, some of the city’s best noodles, or a surprise dessert stop at the end. You will not go hungry so no need to eat beforehand! There are also vegetarian food options available throughout. At the end of the tour, we will return you to your hotel.

For most of the tour we will get around by tuk tuk and while we cannot promise it, we will hopefully encounter very little traffic. The tour lasts 4 hours and for those who want to get the full night experience you will still have time to check out more of the diverse nightlife.

The Golden Mountain Eclipse Game: Tour Includes

Game equipment’s and materials

Light refreshments

Some surprises along the group

The Golden Mountain Eclipse Game

Pick up time: 08:00 AM.

In the morning you will be picked up by our driver and transferred to the meeting point where you will meet the team, get briefed and receive the game materials. These adventures were created to deliver an experience like no other. As eager world travelers, they cherish in living life through journeys, creating a memorable experience that’s full of fun, joy and rewarding stories. Bangkok is renowned for its rich history, beautiful traditions and fun-loving cultures.

Lanna Home Host, Chiang Mai: Tour Includes

Round Trip Transportation


Lanna Home Host, Chiang Mai

Pick up time: 15:30 – 16:00 PM.

Experiencing a typical day in the life of a Lanna person, join the real-life home cooking in a real Lanna Thai neighborhood. Join Mr. Prapat in his family car and transfer 30 minutes to Hangdong to spend the day with your “Lanna Thai family” In true Lanna Thai style, slip into a pair of local ‘fisherman’s pants’ discover the architecture of a traditional Thai house and rice barn. Your Lanna Thai family will also demonstrate their basket weaving skills, a tradition that has been in Thailand for centuries. Stroll around the small, family orchid and select fresh ingredients to add to the days cooking extravaganza. Here you will learn to cook traditional home cooked recipes with authentic Northern Thai flavours that are different from standard dishes offered in commercial cooking classes. Best of all you will have the opportunity to get to know a real Thai family and be their house guest for the day. Enjoy a delicious home cooked lunch with your family (cooked together). In the late afternoon, go for a stroll around the neighbourhood to see some cottage industry goods being made before returning to Chiang Mai.

Elephant Owner For A Day Morning Session: Tour Includes

Round trip transportation (in downtown)

Fruit & Lunch

Drinking Water

Training outfit

Photos of Activity

Elephant Owner For A Day Morning Session

Pick up time: 07:30 AM.

Elephant Owner for  a Day is a special program created for everyone to learn and interact with elephant as what an owner would do daily, during which time you’re trained to approach your elephant correctly, know the elephants temperature, feed and check its health, learn about and take care of your own elephant, bathe and brush it in the river, learn how to ride an elephant and communicate through different spoken commands

Trekking + Elephant: Tour Includes


Local English-Speaking Guide

Lunch & Snack

Trekking + Elephant

Pick up time: 08:00 AM.

This morning, you will be picked up by minivan and guide. On the way we stop at local market to buy some food and snacks for the elephant. After that we continue to visit the Elephant Camp at Maewang. Enjoy feeding and playing with them. Take a break for lunch and then go and explore inside the jungle with our guide on a 3 hour trek. Our guide will show you the local plants, we will take a stop briefly at a small waterfall. Then we continue trek to visit small Karen village, and take a break at a local house get some drinks to refresh and then be transferred back to your hotel by 5pm.

Pantawan Cooking Class: Tour Includes

Round trip transfer

Cooking class


Pantawan Cooking Class

Pick up time: 09:00 AM.

This morning, you will be pick up from your hotel, and driven to the Pantawan Cooking Class. This is a fine cooking school in Chiang Mai where your half day Thai cooking class will take place. Its a fun and hands on class taught you by professional Chef.

Vespa Insider Chiang Mai: Tour Includes

Round trip transfer

English speaking Guide


Soft drinks on tour

Stylish Vespa

Experience driver

Rain coasts


Vespa Insider Chiang Mai

Pick up time: 09:00 AM.

Discover the real Chiang Mai

Experience the exotic culture and explore the quieter lanes and surrounding areas of this fascinating city riding pillion on our stylish Vespas.

From the iconic Tha Phae Gate, we ride through a labyrinth of narrow lanes and winding, historic streets in the old city before the scenery opens up around us on picturesque tree lined roads.

We head up to the top of the hill, where we reach a very famous & prominent temple, whose origins date back to the 7th century. Perched on the top, there is a serene Buddha statue that overlooks the beautiful countryside and we can absorb the culture and surroundings as we take in these incredible city and mountain views.

It’s back on the Vespas for an exhilarating ride downhill to an arts & craft village located in a quaint garden setting. There’s a real bohemian, laid back feel to this community. Next up, it’s a change of pace as we experience the bustle of Chiang Mai’s largest and most famous market, where we can try the exotic local produce and fully embrace the chaotic Thai market experience & customs.

Finally, it’s on to one of Thailand’s most stunning temples which had a spectacular makeover at the turn of this century by local silversmiths. We finish our adventure by enjoying a light local lunch. Let our guides give you a unique local’s insight into Chiang Mai.

Lanna Home Host, Chiang Mai: Tour Includes

Joint Tours and transfers with multilingual English, German Speaking Guide

Lunch at local restaurant

Water / Soft Drinks

James Bond Phang Nga

Pick up time: 07:30 – 08:00 AM.

In the morning our driver will pick you from your hotel and transfer you to Phang Na Bay pier, from where we will take longtail boat for sightseeing through Mangrove forest and enjoy canoeing in the sea before proceeding to James Bond Island. James Bond Island is a famous landmark in Phang Nga Bay. It first found its way onto the international tourist map through its starring role in the James Bond movie ‘The Man with the Golden Gun’. After canoeing and sightseeing we will proceed for lunch at Panyi Village, Ko Panyi is a fishing village in Phang Nga Province, Thailand, notable for being built on stilts by Indonesian fishermen. After having a delicious lunch we will proceed to visit a local temple with caves and monkeys in Panyi Village. Afterwards you will be dropped off back at your hotel.

Phang Nga Bay Hong Island Explorer: Tour Includes

Joint tours and transfer with multilingual English, German speaking guide, (other on request)

Lunch at local restaurant -VAT 7%

Water / Soft drink

Phang Nga Bay Hong Island Explorer

Pick up time: 04:30-05:00 AM.

In the early morning our driver will pick you from your hotel and transfer you to Phang Na Bay pier, from where we will take longtail boat for sightseeing through Mangrove forest and enjoy canoeing in the sea before proceeding to James Bond/Hong and Panak islands. After canoeing and sightseeing we will proceed for lunch at Panyi Village, Ko Panyi is a fishing village in Phang Nga Province. Most notable for being built on stilts by Indonesian fishermen. After having a delicious lunch we will proceed to visit the local temple at Phang ga park with caves and monkeys of Panyi Village. Afterwards you will be dropped off back at your hotel.

Ang Thong National Marine Park by speedboat: Tour Includes

Transfer from and to hotel

Liquid refreshments

Lunch and fruits for full day tour

Life jackets and snorkeling gear

English Speaking Guide

Ang Thong National Marine Park by speedboat

Pick up Time: 08:00 AM.

This group of islands is located 45 km north-west from Koh Samui. It takes about 2 hours by tour boat and 1 hour by speedboat. Visitors will be enjoy this enchanting wonderland composed of bulbous green isles, clear blue lagoons, mysterious caves and strangely shaped rock formations. This 0National Park is comprised of 40 islands covering an area of 250 sq kms. Most of the islands are comprised of  limestone masses reaching heights of up to 450 metres, blanketed by 4 different types of forests such as Dry Evergreen, Beach Forest, Limestone Forest and Mangrove Forest.

In the morning we transfer to the Pier, to board the speed boat to Angthong National Marine Park. You will arrive at Koh Wao or Koh Tai Plow to snorkel and enjoy the incredible variety of fish and coral reefs. Then we do sight-seeing around the National Marine Park. Climb up the steps to see the wonderful “Emerald Lake “known as Talay Nai, surrounded by the mountain. Buffet lunch is served is at The National Marine Park. In the afternoon, enjoy relaxing on the beach, swimming or climbing up to see the fantastic panoramic view of Angthong Marine Park .At 3 pm we begin our cruise back to Koh Samui and transfer you to your hotel.

Around island by minivan: Tour Includes

Transfer from and to hotel


Lunch and fruits for full day tour

Liquid refreshments

Life Jackets and snorkeling gear

English Speaking Guide

Around island by minivan

Pick up time: 09:00 AM.

The first stop is the Big Buddha temple, a large statue of Lord Buddha dominates the hilltop. Next we stop at the abnormally shaped Grand Ma & at Pa rock which is up to you for interpration of what it resembles. Then visit Guan Yu Koh Samui shrine, the most recent addition to the island’s sightseeing destinations. The shrine is a celebration of Chinese heritage and is dedicated to Guan Yu, a legendary warrior who died almost 2,000 years ago. Visit Wat Kunaram for pay respect to the mummified body of Luang Por Daeng, the sacrosanct for native, he died more than 30 years ago in a sitting position of meditation. His body shows few signs of any major decay. We also stop at Na Muang 1 Waterfall to see its impressive 18 metre drop into a natural pool. You have time for shopping at Nathon town, the capital of Koh Samui.

Kho Tao & Koh Nang Yan by Speedboat: Tour Includes

Transfer for and to hotel

Liquid refreshments


Lunch and fruits for full day tour

Life jackets and snorkeling gears

English Speaking Guide

Kho Tao & Koh Nang Yan by Speedboat

Pick up time: 08:00 AM.

Kho Tao is a diving and snorkeling paradise with the clearest and best underwater visibility in the Gulf of Thailand. It’s located 70 km further north of Samui. It’s home to various coral species and abundant of tropical marine life. Starting early morning, the boat departs the pier to Koh Nang Yuan. Koh Nang yuan is a group of three islands in the northwest of Koh Tao. The journey takes about 1 1/2 hour. Upon arrival, you can climb up the mountain to the viewpoint of Nang Yuan for a panoramic view. Enjoy lunch at a restaurant on Koh Tao. After lunch visit beautiful snorkeling points around Koh Tao. Explore the beauty of the underwater world with its colourful marine life. At 3 pm we will depart back to Koh Samui, arriving back at 4:30 pm.

Koh Phangan Tour: Tour Includes

Transfer from and to hotel

Liquid refreshments

Lunch and fruits for full day tours

Life jacket and snorkeling gears


English Speaking Guide

Koh Phangan Tour

We will take you on an adventure to discover the beautiful landscape around Koh Phangan, the neighbouring island of Koh Samui. Our boat departs from Samui pier in the late morning. We will enjoy delicious lunch on board. After lunch, you can explore the colourful underwater world of Koh Ma with its stunningly clear water, corals filled seabed, abundant sea anemones, and numerous varieties of tropical fish. After snorkeling, the boat stops on Thong Nai Pan beach where you can relax on this secluded bay and enjoy a cocktail. Nearing the end of the journey, you will be able to admire Koh Phangan’s rugged coastline, stunning coves, and deserted beaches while returning to Koh Samui. Snacks will be served during sunset.

Koh Phi Phi Island by speed boat: Tour Includes

Experienced English-speaking guide

Speed boat with full insurance

Full snorkeling equipment’s (except fins available for rent at pier)

Koh Phi Phi Island by speed boat

Pick up time: 08:00 AM.

In the morning our driver will pick you up from your hotel and transfer you to our departure lounge at the Royal Marina. We will then depart for Phi Phi Island by speed boat, then continuing to Koh Phi Phi Ley with the magical landscape of Maya Bay (where the Beach was partially filmed). Enjoy some great snorkelling at Loh Sa Mah and Phi Phi Ley Cove. Enjoy a Buffet lunch on Phi Phi island.. After lunch we will be continuing sightseeing in Ton Sai Bay, with some  free time on your own in the village. Do some snorkeling, swimming or simply relaxing on the white sandy beach at Khai Island. In the evening we will arrive at the pier to transfer back to your hotel.

This excursion inlcludes an experienced english speaking guide, speed boat with full insurance, full snorkeling equipment (except fins available for rent at pier)

Phang Nga By Starlight: Tour Includes

Escort Boat (when applicable)

Hotel & Airport pick-up and drop off


Well educated and experienced guides

Full board meal plans

Soft drinks and water Camping and cooking gear

User Fees

Phang Nga By Starlight

Pick up time: 11:30-12:30 pm

In the morning our driver will pick you from your hotel to continue to Ao Po, where we wiil board a motorboat. You will have lunch onboard and attend a brief discuss about the trip and what you will encounter. We will proceed to the first island where you willl explore several caves and hongs. We will return to the boat to continue to the second island for more cave explorations. Next we will enjoy a mouthwatering Thai Seafood buffet while admiring the beautiful Phang Nga Bay Sunset. We leave to board our kayak in the evening to go to Loi Kratong , after this we will return back to Ao Po by boat and then transfer from Ao Po to your hotel.

Phuket City Tour: Tour Includes

English speaking guide

Admission Fee

Round trip



Bottle Water

Phuket City Tour

Pick up time: 09:00 AM.

Pick-up from your hotel and then proceed for a walking tour through the Sino-Portuguese quarters and visit the clock tower and Jui Tui Shrine in Phuket Town. And then visit China temple and explore magnificent 360 degrees panorama view from Rang hill over Phuket Town, Chalong Bay and the islands. Visit Chalong temple, the biggest and most important Buddhist temple in Phuket. Then proceed for a fantastic panorama view over the eastern side of Phuket from the Big Buddha. Enjoy Lunch at Chili restaurant for panoramic views of Kata Noi, Kata and Karon beaches. Proceed to Phrom Thep Cape most famous view point in Phuket with views over the rough southern point of Phuket.

Similan Island Tour: Tour Includes

Round trip transfer

National Park Fee

Snorkeling equipment

Accident insurance


English speaking guide

Similan Island Tour

Pick up time: 06:00 AM.

You will be picked up at your hotel and taken to the pier at Tub Lamu to check in and pick up your snorkeling equipment. Depart for Similan Island by speed boat and upon arrival start snorkeling to enjoy the the underwater marine life and corals. Visit several islands and enjoy some time to relax at Koh Miang island to enjoy leisure time at the beach. Afterwards enjoy a buffet lunch before continuing on to Oh Ba Ngu island for snorkelling at Christmas point.  Depart from Similan island and be taken back to your hotel.

Biking Tour: Tour Includes

Top Quality trek mountain bikes and helmets

Round trip transfer



English speaking guide

Biking Tour

Pick up time: 07:15 – 08:30 AM.

Koh yao Noi is a peaceful island still enjoying a slow pace of life located in Phang Nga Bay. Located a short 60 minute boat ride away from Phuket. Exploring the island by bike is a great way to experience the landscape and meet the friendly locals. Your English-speaking guide will show you the best places on Koh Yao Noi, and you will have the chance to ride through small market towns, past beautiful rice paddies, and see the homes of the fishermen and the locals. The jungle of the island offers a stunning diversity of plants and animals, and your guide will help point out the most important varieties around. The island has very few vehicles making this a perfect location for a biking trip. Combination of on and off-road Biking provide an exciting and challenging experience.

This excurison includes an English-speaking guide

Top-quality trek mountain bikes and ing Bikes and helmet as well as a round trip transfer, including lunch and insurance

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