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Overview

‘Tour Thailands best cities and beaches’

Visiting Bangkok, Chiang Mai & Koh Samui will offer a fantastic multi centre itinerary and really gives you a sense of what Thailand is about. The chaos of Bangkok, followed by the serenity of Chaing Mai and finally the beautiful beaches and laid back vibe of Koh Samui.

Start you trip by visiting the non-stop city of Bangkok, glittering with golden temples and steeped in Thai history this is a must visit city on any Thailand multi centre itinerary.

Chiang Mai is a gateway to the jungles and hidden treasures of the North of Thailand. The Northern reaches of Thailand and often overlooked but really give a feel for real Thai life and culture. Adding this city to your holiday itinerary will change your perspective on Thailand

After a busy few days visiting Thailand’s best cities, Koh Samui offers the perfect island to unwind on and leave behind any stresses of modern life. Chaweng is the favoured beach on Koh Samui but if you want something a bit quieter then Lamai in the south and Bo Phut in the north both offer excellent spots to relax.

Itinerary

Destination 1: Bangkok

Bangkok is a city not to be missed. A true assault on the senses, this huge sprawling Asian powerhouse will be like nothing you have experienced before.

A boat journey down the Chao Phraya River is a must, as is a visit to the Grand Palace and Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun). The BTS Skytrain makes getting round Bangkok fast and easy and will allow you to explore some of the farther reaches of this enchanting city.

For the more adventurous, Patpong offers some of the most interesting bars and entertainment in Thailand and the night markets are famed throughout the region. Every visitor to Thailand should make allowance for a stop in Bangkok before moving onto somewhere a bit more relaxed.

Destination 2: Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai epitomises all that is good about Thailand. Great food, friendly people and city rich in tradition.

Situated in the Northern reaches of Thailand, Chiang Mai dates back as far as the 1200s. Its old city area still retains walls and moats from its history as a cultural and religious centre. It’s also home to hundreds of temples, including 14th-century Wat Phra Singh and 15th-century Wat Chedi Luang, adorned with carved serpents.

Chiang Mai is a great place to relax after the chaos of Bangkok and reinvigorate yourself with fabulous food and leisurely wandering. If you don't want to participate in the vast array of activities on offer, just stroll around the backstreets, and discover a city that is still firmly Thai in its aspect, atmosphere, and attitude.

Destination 3: Koh Samui

Koh Saui is one of the jewels of the Gulf of Thailand and is popular with travellers and tourists alike.

Home to a number of world class beaches, including Chaweng, Bo Phut, Lamai and Maenam, Koh Samui offers crysal clear water and fine white sands. While away your days will the palms sway in the breeze..

Koh Samui is home to some of the best hotels in Thailand and you will not be short of choice, be it a travellers beach hut or a five star luxury resort there is something to cater for everyone.

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