12 days
2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Family Beach Vacation – Thailand

Looking for a family beach vacation that’s a little different? This 12 day tour offers the culture, friendly locals, yummy food, unspoiled beach, stunning scenery & exciting activities that make Thailand an ideal family destination.

Accommodations Private transfers
Professional guide Meals (B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner)
Boat cruises Entrance fees
Internal and external flights
Personal expenses
Visa fee
Travel insurance

Visit the legendary Bridge on the River Kwai near Kanchanaburi, explore ancient ruins at Ayutthaya, shop in colorful markets in Bangkok and visit an Elephant Nature Park in Chiang Mai. Relax at beautiful Koh Chang beach. Introduce the kids to a new world and have a great holiday at the same time on this fun-filled Thailand family adventure.


Day 1: Bangkok Arrival(L)

Arrival at Bangkok International airport, you will be welcomed by our guide and transferred to your hotel. Rest of the day is at leisure. Overnight in Bangkok.

Day 2: Bangkok (B, L)

You will begin your day with a visit to Wat Pho, home of the giant reclining Buddha before heading off on a long tail boat to explore the canals of Bangkok.
You have free time this afternoon to enjoy this bustling city. Bangkok has plenty of appeal. With towering skyscrapers pressed up against Chinese shop-houses and brand-new Mercedes squeezing past vendors with pushcarts, this is a city of distinct contrasts. Culture fiends will delight in the dazzling Royal Palace and the city’s countless pagodas, while shoppers could spend weeks sifting through Bangkok’s malls and open-air markets. Overnight in Bangkok.

Day 3: Kanchanaburi (B, L)

Traveling by private van to Kanchanaburi, you will visit Erawan National Park. The park contains the waterfalls of the same name (seven tiers of blue clear water with little fish that nibble at your feet), is well worth a visit. You can see Erawan, the 3 headed elephant that carries the Hindu God Indra, when you reach level seven.
Situated alongside the River Kwai Yai amongst limestone hills, Kanchanaburi (golden city) is most famous (or infamous) for the death railway that was constructed during WWII using prisoners of war and Asian labor. The bridge on the River Kwai, the war cemetery, Thai Burma war museum all make up the major attractions of this town. Many veterans and descendants of the POW’s return here to honor those that died during the construction of the railroad. Around 100,000 Asian laborers and 16,000 POW’s died during its construction with the track only running for about 20 months. Return to Bangkok for your overnight stay.

Day 4: Ayutthaya (B, L)

Ayutthaya served as Thailand’s capital from the 14th to 18th centuries, when it ranked as one of the most magnificent cities in the world. Late in the 17th century its population reached one million, and foreign visitors wrote awestruck accounts of its size and splendor. Located 86km north of Bangkok, the ruins of this World Heritage Site include various pagodas and Buddha images. You arrive into this spectacular town early in the morning and transfer to our hotel by local songthaew. Once we have checked in, had some breakfast and cleaned up we will take a leisurely bicycle ride around the Historical Park and look at the wonders of this ancient capital city. Tonight you take an overnight train from Ayutthaya to Chiang Mai. Overnight on the train.

Day 5: Chiang Mai - City Tour (B, L)

Surrounded by rolling hills, Chiang Mai offers both pretty surroundings and architecture. Enclosed by a moat and crumbling walls, the old city features great cafes, shops and accommodations. An important Buddhist center since the 14th century, Chiang Mai is home to more than 300 temples. Many visitors come here to attend meditation retreats, massage classes or yoga lessons. It is also a center of handicraft production, with a long history of silverwork, woodcarving, pottery-making and weaving. Not to be missed is the Night Bazaar, a series of covered markets, shops and stalls that offer the best selection of handicrafts in Thailand.

Day 6: Chiang Mai (B, L)

Morning free at leisure. Later in the afternoon you will visit the Temple of Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, spectacularly situated on a mountaintop at an altitude of 3,520 feets. The temple’s golden pagoda contains Buddha relics, and attracts Buddhist pilgrims from all over the world throughout the year. Its compound offers an exhilarating view of Chiang Mai city and surrounding countryside. You board an overnight train to take us from Chiang Mai back to Bangkok.

Day 7: Bangkok - Koh Chang (B)

Arrive Bangkok early in the morning and from here travel to Koh Chang, a beautiful beach area conveniently located just a short distance from Bangkok. This island paradise is a long way from the busy streets of Thailand’s cities, the ideal escape from the pressures of the city at the end of an adventure-filled holiday.
Spend 4 nights in this tropical paradise isle taking boat rides, exploring its many beaches and participating in all the water sports it has to offer. Justly famous for the delicious fresh seafood, indulge yourself on the plentiful fish, crab and squid that is on offer.

Day 8: Koh Chang (B)

After breakfast, free for swimming or being at your own activities. Overnight in Koh Chang.

Day 9: Koh Chang (B)

After breakfast, free for swimming or being at your own activities. Overnight in Koh Chang.

Day 10: Koh Chang (B)

After breakfast, free for swimming or being at your own activities. Overnight in Koh Chang.

Day 11: Koh Chang (B)

After breakfast, free for swimming or being at your own activities. Overnight in Koh Chang.

Day 12: Bangkok Departure (B)

Free at leisure til transferring to airport for your onward flight. End of services.
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Grand Palace
Erawan waterfall
Wat Prathat Doi Suthep

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