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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- 31 individual whitewashed cottages sit among lush tropical gardens.
- The hotel is located on the secretive Ao Prao Beach on tiny Koh Samet for perfect relaxation.
- Spa set alongside the sweeping pool for an open air massage with a gorgeous view.
- Location on the southern tip of the island means seclusion with spectacular sunrises and sunsets.
- Individual whitewashed villas have thatched palm roofs and many have private pools.
- Snorkelling and kayaking out to the nearby coral reefs.
- Asian fusion dishes created by Thai celebrity chef McDang served at the elegant restaurant.
- Seemingly hidden away in nature for ultimate relaxation.
- The restaurant is a covered bamboo terrace for stunning views over the beach and ocean as you dine.
- The hotel style is relaxed and friendly, with room interiors drawing on elements of nature.
- Enjoy a relaxing beachside massage at the open air Kala spa.
- Hidden on the idyllic island of Koh Yao Noi within a tropical rainforest reserve.
- Fantastic fresh seafood is on offer at Seafood Terrace, situated right on the beach.
- The rooms are set within the tranquil forest with views over the gardens or the bay.
- Opportunity to kayak to the nearby limestone rock formations or hidden coves.
- The Serenity Spa has many treatments to choose from and two daily yoga sessions.
- Each of the suites and villas features a private plunge pool and stunning views.
- Dine by Design offers guests the chance to design the setting and menu for a private dinner.
- Award-winning spa providing traditional Asian wellness experiences.
- Secretive location set among huge palm trees and descending right onto the white sand beach.
- Options for snorkelling and diving on day trips.
- Enjoy the natural beauty of Khao Lak, with 11 km of white sand beach.
- Delight in alfresco beachside dining at the Edge restaurant.
- Fantastic location for snorkelling and scuba diving at the Similian and Surin Islands.
- Thai cookery classes introduce guests to authentic Thai flavours and how to recreate them.
- Pool suites and residences have access to their own private terrace and pool.
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.
Get off the beaten track and see the real Thailand.
Seek out abandoned ruins in Sukhothai by bicycle.
Spend time with a Hmong community close to the Laos border.
Enjoy the scenery of Doi Angkhang and visit Black Lahu and Palaung tribes on a day trip.
Soak up the atmosphere of Chiang Mai and barter at the night market.
Laos, Cambodia and Thailand
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.
Explore the huge sprawling city of Bangkok.
Journey to Kanchanaburi, home to the River Kwai, beautiful waterfalls and forgotten temples.
Cruise to the ancient capital of Ayutthaya on board the charming Anantara Song.
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 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 Myanmar
Navigate through the huge metropolis of Bangkok.
Enjoy an immersive Thai cooking experience in Chiang Mai.
Explore Sukhothai Historical Park.
Take in the colonial remnants of Mawlamyine (Moulmein).
Trek through beautiful Hpa-An.
End your trip with a highlight tour of Yangon.
Experience Bangkok's street food with your guide and its high-end cuisine with a chef's table dining experience.
Try your hand at preparing traditional Thai cuisine during a cooking class.
Visit local markets and shop as local people do.
Indulge in fresh seafood on Thailand's beaches.
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