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If two weeks is all you've got, this trip will take you to visit some of Thailand's best. After visiting the capital Bangkok, we explore its famous floating markets and then head north to the famous Chiang Mai Region. Visit an elephant camp and then head to the Golden Triangle where the mighty Mekong River separates its borders between Laos and Burma. From here we head south to the pristine waters of the Andaman Sea at Phuket, home to splendid beaches with plenty of sunshine. Visit the famous Phi Phi Islands famous for its magical beauty.

Day-01 Arrival Bangkok
Upon arrival at Bangkok's International Suwarnabhumi airport, proceed through immigration to obtain your Visa-on-arrival. Claim your luggage and proceed to the arrival hall. Our Representative will meet you here holding an Off The Map Adventure’s sign. Transfer to your hotel for check in, free at leisure.
Overnight in Bangkok
Day-02 Temple Tour-Royal Grand Palace & Emerald Buddha
Breakfast at hotel and then sightseeing tour to visit: WatTraimit, the Temple of the Golden Buddha, the temple is famous for its 900-years old five-and-a-half-ton solid gold image, then continue to visit WatArun, perhaps better known as the Temple of the Dawn, is one of the best known landmarks and one of the most published images of Bangkok. After that, a visit to Wat Po, the largest and oldest temple in Bangkok, as well as the largest single Buddha image: the Reclining Buddha (PhraBuddhasaiyas), also known as WatPhraChetuphon or The Temple of the Reclining Buddha. The temple is also known as the birthplace of traditional Thai massage. Our guide will assist you to a local restaurant for lunch. We continue to visit the most famous tourist places in Bangkok, Royal Grand Palace and Emerald Buddha. The Grand Palace adjoins WatPhraKaew in a common compound. Despite the proximity of the two, there's a distinct contrast in style between the very Thai style WatPhraKaew and the more European inspired designs of the Grand Palace (the roof being the exception). After a busy day we head back to our hotel. You have the option to explore Bangkok at night. Bangkok is famous for its markets, restaurants and its night life. Ask your guide to for suggestions.
Overnight in Bangkok
Day-03 Half Day Tour DamnoenSaduak Floating Market
At DamnoenSaduak, visit the gardener's house and see how the sugar is made right from the coconut tree. DamnoenSaduak is also Thailand's most famous and one of the most colourful Floating Markets. We will take a long tailed speedboat to the main market area. Take part in an experience that connects ancient traders with present day vendors. Now is your chance to try various kinds of exotic Thai fruits such as rumbutans, mangoes, and papayas. Purchase genuine Thai handicrafts at this unique spot. See people haggle with each other from boat to boat. Envy the customers of the food vendors who prepare dishes on board their narrow crafts. We return back to Bangkok for leisure or shopping in the afternoon.
Overnight in Bangkok
Optional Tours: Dinner Cruise on the ChayoPharya:
The Chao Phraya Cruise departs from the River City Pier, where you will begin a timeless journey up the river to witness the historic attractions and 19th-century buildings lining the two riverbanks. Behold the marvelous Temple of Dawn, The Grand Palace, Rama VIII Suspension Bridge and a delightful collection of waterfront hotels and landmarks. All of these and a sumptuous buffet dinner, complemented with live music and a Thai classical dance show. Sit back and relax as you enjoy the unforgettable experience with your friends or family.
Overnight in Bangkok
Day-04 Bangkok-Chiang Mai--DoiSuthep Tour
After breakfast transfer to the airport for your domestic flight to Northern Thailand. Arriveat Chiang Mai, meet the tour guide and then transfer to the hotel. After check-in start the tour with a visit to the famous DoiSuthep Temple which is revered to be the most sacred temples in Chiang Mai - WatPhrathatDoiSuthep. Located on a hilltop,that overlooks the Chiang Mai Valley, in traditional Northern-Thai style construction, the Wat contains a holy relic of Buddha. Enjoy a panoramic view of the Valley from here. Return to the hotel to relax or visit the famous Chiang Mai's night bazaar. In the evening enjoy the famous dinner "Khantoke Dinner" also known as the Northern welcome dinner including hill tribe dancing.
Overnight in Chiang Mai
Day-05 Elephant Safari-Ox-Cart Riding- Bamboo Rafting
Breakfast at hotel, embark for the Elephants Camp to see the elephants at work in a jungle area. See how the elephants are trained for working with human as they show off their skills in an elephant shows. It is time for an exciting elephant ride along the jungle trails followed by an Ox-Cart ride back to the camp. (The elephant ride is optional). Lunch at the elephant camp. Afternoon, enjoy a thrilling bamboo raft ride along Mae Taeng river. Return to Chiang Mai with an additional stop at the Orchid Nursery. Transfer to your hotel.
Overnight in Chiang Mai
Day-06 Chiang Rai Golden Triangle
After breakfast, drive to Tha Ton Temple to see the largest Buddha image in aseated position on top of the summit of Tha Ton. Proceed to Mae Sai Border Market, one of the largestborder market of Thai (Thai - Myanmar Border). Here you can get your passport stamped at the border for a small fee and you can officially get in to Myanmar for a few hours. Here you see several products such local foods, clothes, jewelry, silverware, stones etc. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant. Continue to Golden Triangle where the 3 borders of Laos, Myanmar & Thailandmeet along with the mighty Mea Kong River. With its close proximity with Chinathe river was used as a highway for trade. Along with many merchandise also came opium. Later on, visit the Opium House, which is located nearby. You will learn about the trade routes of Opium along with interesting facts about the history of this area. After our tour we will return to our hotel.
Overnight in Chiang Mai/Chiang Rai
Day-07 Chiang Mai-Phuket
After breakfast you will be transferred to the Airport for your flight to Phuket. Arrive at Phuket airport, you are met and transferred to your hotel, after check in you are free to enjoy Phuket on your own.
Overnight in Phuket
Day-08 Full Day Join Phi Phi Island Tour
After breakfast at hotel join us on a tour to the Phi Phi Islands. Transfer to the pier to take a speedboat trip to KohPhi PhiDon.
09.00 Departs from Chalong Pier to "Phi PhiIsland" for swimming and sightseeing at Maya Bay. Famous movie "The Beach" was shot here. Enjoy snorkeling and feeding colorful fish at LohSamah Bay.Sightseeing at Peleh Cove and Viking Cave.
12.00  Arrive at Phi Phi Don Island. You can share bananas with the local monkeys here.
12.30  Lunch will be served at Phi Phi Don.
02.00  Enjoy swimming along the Monkey Beach in crystal clear water. Snorkelaround splendid coral reefs and a variety of colourful fish.
03.00  Arrive at “KhaiNok Island” enjoy, sunbathing and observing the abundant variety of marine life.
04.00  Back to Chalong Pier and transfer to your hotel.
Overnight in Phuket
Day-9 Phuket Free Day
Breakfast at hotel, then free at leisure or relax on the beach.
Overnight in Phuket
Day-10 Phuket-Departure
Breakfast at hotel, then free at leisure till time for your transfer to Phuket airport.


  • Bangkok
  • Elephant camps in the jungles of the North
  • The Golden Triangle of near Chiang Mail and Chiang Rai. Discover'unspoiled rural cultures'. 
  • Pristine waters of Phuket and Phi PhiIslands. 
  • Major Cities/Towns: Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Phuket



Unique Local From big cities to small towns the tour is packed with a number of experiences that will

Experiences: give you a better understanding of its diverse culture and customs. As you encounter its natural wonders, amazing wildlife, dances, music and a variety of local food, you will experience Thailand as nowhere else.

Variety of Transport:  Bus, van, local taxi, elephants, long tail boat, bamboo rafts. 

(Options are available for biking and motor scooters)

Variety of local food: A large variety of local cuisines including central and northern Thai food. 

Activity: Easy: Walks in the towns and bazaars. Short hikes in the jungles and national reserves, moderate walk along the trails. Take Bamboo rafts to discover rural backwaters. 


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