Thailand: From Bangkok to Phuket
Ideal Length:13 Days
Best Time To Go:November - April
Flight Time:LAX 19 Hours, CHI 20 Hours, NYC-All Airports 21 Hours
AVERAGE COST PER PERSON (Single occupancy; Airfare not included):$7,235
Don't miss visiting the Bangkok's famous floating market Damnoen Saduak, a traditional market on the khlongs, where they sell goods and food from the boats.
Go ahead and indulge in the luxe accommodations at COMO Point Yamu, located in Phuket. One of our expert travel agents can help you book this two-bedroom villa.
Foodies will enjoy trying Thai snack foods sold by vendors at local markets, such as the Chatuchak Weekend Market in Bangkok and the Warorot Market in Chiang Mai.
Feeling adventurous? Make the trek to the top of Doi Inthanon in Chiang Mai. It's the highest mountain in Thailand.
Consult an expert travel agent to help you arrange elephant training with a mahout. It's a once-in-a-lifetime experience to add to your bucket list when visiting the Golden Triangle.
Bangkok Day 1-3
The epitome of a modern Asian city, Bangkok is a great introduction to Thai culture, history, art and religion. Enjoy the opportunity to explore the city’s beautiful temples, palaces, and wander through its active markets and streets. Explore it all and make the luxurious Peninsula Bangkok your home base.
Golden Triangle Day 4-6
Travel deep into Thailand’s countryside of the Golden Triangle, named because of the location at the confluence of the Thai, Lao and Myanmar borders, forming a geographic triangle. Settle into your private, luxury, safari-style tent at the luxe Four Seasons Tented Camp.
Chiang Mai Days 7-9
Founded in the 13th century, Chiang Mai has long played a role in Thai history. Currently a flourishing cultural and economic center, this is a city in transition. Historically influenced by Thai, Burmese, Lao and hill tribes, its culture reflects an exotic blend of styles. Enjoy the luxe accommodations at the Dhara Dhevi Chiang Mai while you explore the area.
Phuket Day 10-13
The azure blue waters and white sand beaches of Phuket have been attracting visitors for decades, but there is also a unique history to the island which will be enjoyed in an in-depth walking exploration of Old Phuket Town balanced jaw-dropping accommodations overlooking Phang Nga Bay.