These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Thailand, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well.
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Experience Wat Pho and the Grand Palace before the crowds.
Visit the traditional markets of Amphawa and stay in the Mae Klong delta.
Visit the Bridge on the River Kwai and explore the beautiful scenery of Kanchanaburi.
Take a Kermit tuk-tuk around the ancient temples of old Siam.
Relax on the island of Koh Samet.
Kayak along the bustling Chao Phraya River.
Immerse yourself in the hill tribe culture of northern Thailand.
Explore the communities living around the beautiful Khao Sok National Park.
Experience the many forms of local transport that Thailand has to offer.
Thailand, Cambodia and Laos
Soak up the culture in Vientiane; one of Southeast Asia's sleepiest capital cities.
Explore the stunning scenery of central Laos, including caves of Kong Lor and Xe Bang Fai.
Enjoy an unforgettable experience, camping under the stars in Nam Theun National Protected Area.
Follow the old 'Angkor Road', taking in the temples of Wat Phou, Preah Vihear, Banteay Srei and of course, Angkor Wat.
Thailand and Cambodia
Explore the many temples around Siem Reap including the iconic Angkor Wat.
Cruise out onto Southeast Asia's largest freshwater lake, the Tonle Sap.
Venture into the hills surrounding Chiang Mai for a rural Thailand adventure.
Navigate the huge bustling city of Bangkok where local street vendors and markets are contrasted by ultra modern shopping malls and spectacular sky bars.
Enjoy a three-day experience in the beautiful Khao Sok National Park.
Visit some of Thailand's greatest attractions within easy reach of Bangkok.
Relax on a converted rice barge whilst cruising the Chao Phraya River to the historic city of Ayutthaya.
Take in the beauty of the Kanchanaburi region made infamous by the events of World War II.
Trek through Khao Yai, the country's oldest national park.
Thailand and Cambodia
Visit the bustling capital city of Phnom Penh.
Explore the charming countryside around Battambang.
Wander around the stunning temples of Angkor.
Embark on a true adventure through the Cambodian jungle.
Visit the spectacular and previously off limits Preah Vihear temple.
Thailand and Myanmar
Experience the spectacular temples of Bagan.
Visit Monywa and explore villages on the Chindwin River.
Head further south from Inle Lake to the little-visited Tha Khauk pagoda complex.
Cross the border at Tachilek and explore the far north of Thailand.
Thailand, Cambodia and Laos
Take the road less travelled to Nong Khiaw in Laos.
Kayak through the Koh Kong conservation corridor on Cambodia's south coast.
Relax on a beautiful Thai beach.
Experience the varied flavours of Southeast Asian cuisine.
Enjoy an atmospheric cruise on Bangkok's Chao Phraya River while enjoying a delicious Thai dinner.
Visit Chiang Mai, Thailand's northern capital with its intricate temples, bustling markets and encounters with the Asian elephant.
Relax on the beautiful beaches of Phuket.
Stay in some of Thailand's most renowned and luxurious properties.
Thailand and Cambodia
Discover the charming temples in and around the Phimai National Historical Park.
Visit the stunning mountain top temple of Preah Vihear.
Explore the wonders of Angkor and perhaps catch the sunset over this iconic temple.
Witness the magic of the Phare Ponleu Selpak Circus in Siem Reap.
Vietnam, Thailand, Laos and Cambodia
Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Luang Prabang, Vat Phou and Angkor Wat.
Enjoy river cruising in Laos and Vietnam.
Explore the vibrant cities of Phnom Penh and Ho Chi Minh City.
Experience the full flavour of life surrounding the Mekong in Indochina.
Myanmar and Thailand
Sail the beautiful clear waters of the Mergui archipelago by yacht.
Immerse yourself in the serene atmosphere of Yangon's shimmering Shwedagon Pagoda.
Explore the many beautiful and impressive temples of Bagan.
Enjoy an early morning balloon flight over Inle Lake for a unique vantage point of the stilted villages and floating gardens.
Imagine the former splendour of Inwa, a lost royal city.
Witness a little seen side of Mandalay.
Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam
Spend a night on a traditional junk cruising among the limestone scenery of Halong Bay.
Explore the fascinating towns of Hoi An and Hue.
Barter at the bustling markets in the Mekong Delta.
Explore the incredible Temples of Angkor.
Discover Buddhist culture in Luang Prabang.
Some of our favourite travel guides
- Luxury holidays in Thailand
- Travel responsibly: Thailand
- Honeymoons in Thailand
- Trekking in Thailand: four of the best trails
- Best of Bangkok: our what to do guide
- What to do in Thailand: our highlights guide
- Family holidays in Thailand
- Thailand's best beach holidays and resorts
- Into the wild: Thailand’s national parks
- Sweet, salty, sour and spice: what to eat in Thailand
Luxury holidays in Thailand
Our Thailand specialist Harriet has had the tough job of vetting some of Thailand’s most luxurious properties and exclusive experiences. Sharing her expertise, she’s picked out some of the best, including a sojourn in a 100-year-old rice barge and time in an opulent tented jungle camp.View this travel guide
Travel responsibly: Thailand
We’re committed to making sure that your Thailand trip has a positive impact on the people and places you visit, from elephant sanctuaries to remote communities. We share our tips in this responsible travel guide.View this travel guide
Honeymoons in Thailand
Combine culture, beaches and delicious food on a honeymoon in Thailand. We can advise on the best places to stay and how to make your visit extra special depending on your interests and preferences.View this travel guide
Trekking in Thailand: four of the best trails
From gentle strolls ending at waterfalls to multi-day adventures, Thailand specialist Mat picks out some of the country’s best on-foot experiences. He suggests ideas for families, Thailand first timers and those seeking off-beat exploration.View this travel guide
Best of Bangkok: our what to do guide
Thailand specialist, Charlotte highlights why Bangkok shouldn’t just be a transit destination. Spending three nights here will give you the opportunity to cook and taste Thai cuisine, experience its temples and markets, and weave through its canals on a Thai longtail boat.View this travel guide
What to do in Thailand: our highlights guide
To travel to Thailand and only see the beaches is to miss a magical and enthralling experience. This guide delves more deeply into what you can see and experience in this diverse country.View this travel guide
Family holidays in Thailand
It's hard to imagine a more family-friendly destination than Thailand. Family traditions are deeply revered in the country and the Thais have a natural affinity with children. Here, we present a few of our favourite family-friendly places and activities.View this travel guide
Thailand's best beach holidays and resorts
The beaches of Thailand have always been alluring to travellers. We highlight some of the best beaches (and where to stay on them), all of which you can incorporate as a relaxing end (or start) to your journey in Southeast Asia.View this travel guide
Into the wild: Thailand’s national parks
In-between the modern cities and venerated temples, Thailand has one of the highest percentages of protected land of any nation in the world. Discover how Thailand’s varied typography can take you from thick, waterfall-strewn cloudforest to primary rainforest, across elephant-trodden grasslands and into azure waters where turtles swim.View this travel guide
Sweet, salty, sour and spice: what to eat in Thailand
You may have experienced Thai food at a local restaurant, but travel to Thailand and you’ll discover a depth and complexity to the cuisine that’s hard to find elsewhere. Thailand specialist Mark explains the distinct regional specialties and the best ways to experience them.View this travel guide