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Private guided round trip - Thailand

Thailand round trip and beach vacation


  • 14 days traveling through Thailand with a private guide

  • Get to know Bangkok on a city tour

  • Discover art, culture, and landscapes in the north

  • Visit ruins & temples with a tuk tuk

  • Relax on the dream beaches in the south


Deserted and paradisiacal beaches. Locals more charming and hospitable than almost in any other nation. A country where all that glitters is gold. This is Thailand.

Over the course of 14 days, you will experience the highlights of this enchanting country. Discover the capital, Bangkok, which welcomes you on arrival with the world's largest Buddha. Visit the ruins of the ancient capital, Ayutthaya, the legendary Golden Triangle and then dive into the fascinating underwater worlds of the dreamy beaches in the south of the country. Let yourself be carried away and Thailand will put a smile on your face.



Bangkok - Kanchanaburi - Ayutthaya - Phitsanulok - Chiang Mai - Khao Lak / Koh Samui

The best season for a trip to Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Khao Lak is from December to March. This is the dry season, when it rains only a few days a month and temperatures are warm (about 25° Celsius to 30° Celsius).

Welcome to Thailand. Upon arrival at Bangkok International Airport, you will be met behind the baggage claim. You will be greeted with the typical Thai smile and transported to the city center of Bangkok. After about an hour's drive, you will arrive at your hotel. We recommend that you first lie down and rest for a few hours to be ready for the next few days.

This afternoon you will have the opportunity to explore the City of Angels on your own. Your hotel is in close proximity to the main sights and there are also a few parks within easy walking distance.

Bangkok Airport to your hotel in Bangkok: 33 km / approx. 40 minutes

2 nights at Mode Sathorn Hotel**** with breakfast in a deluxe Mode room, Bangkok, Thailand

After a fortifying breakfast at the hotel, a half-day city tour awaits you. Explore the highlights of Bangkok, whose official name, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon, means “city of angels”. You'll make your way through the clutter of traffic together with your private driver and guide, arriving first at the Temple of the Golden Buddha, Wat Traimit. This imposing structure houses the world's largest golden Buddha. The colossal treasure captivates its visitors not only with its impressive dimensions: The statue measures almost 30 meters and weighs 5.5 tons.

You will stroll further along the riverbank and lose yourself in the tiny alleys of Chinatown. Together with your guide, you can browse to your heart's content in one of the numerous markets and certainly discover one or two hidden gems. Finally you will reach Wat Pho, which dates back to the 16th century - older than Bangkok itself. The country's largest temple houses a school of traditional Thai medicine as well as an impressive reclining Buddha statue. It symbolizes the death of Buddha and his passage into Nirvana, measures a proud 46 meters, covered with gold leaf and seemingly made for eternity.

Afterwards, you will visit Wat Benjamaborpit, an essential experience on any visit to Bangkok. Made of Italian Carrara marble, the gleaming white building stands in the middle of a park and is guarded by two white lions. The complex offers retreats to escape the hustle and bustle of the big city.

You will be picked up at your hotel in Bangkok and drive to Kanchanaburi. On the way, stop at a rural market that takes place along the railroad tracks. Watch the busy hustle and bustle of the vendors here, especially when the northbound train rushes by, which makes all the merchants deftly pack up their merchandise and belongings. Stroll through the market and try some samples of local Thai cuisine.

Afterwards, you will be transferred to the train station and travel along the famous Death Railway across the Kwai River to Kanchanaburi. In Kanchanaburi, visit the famous bridge over the Kwai River, which shows traces of World War II. Stroll along the historic streets of Pak Preak community, which are lined with neat stores. The houses were built during the reign of King Rama and exude a very special charm. Once here, you will be transferred to your hotel.

Bangkok to Kanchanaburi: 216 km / approx. 3 hours

1 night at Hintok River Camp with breakfast in tent, Kanchanaburi, Thailand


Nakhon Pathom is considered one of the oldest cities in Thailand. Once here, you will visit Phra Pathom Chedi, the largest stupa in the world. You will also visit Wat Bang Phra, the tattoo temple. Thais make pilgrimages to this temple because of the magical effect of the tattoos, which give their wearer strength, protection and luck. If you are lucky, you will have a chance to have a chat with the tattoo master of the temple.

You will leave Nakhon Pathom and visit a floating market in the region. Local delicacies, such as steamed fish and glutinous rice, are on sale. Here you will purchase your lunch for today, which you will enjoy aboard a longboat that will take you to Ayutthaya.

Kanchanaburi to Ayutthaya: 397 km / approx. 5 hours

1 night at Classic Kameo Hotel & Serviced Apartments***** with breakfast and lunch included in a deluxe room, Ayutthaya, Thailand

An exciting day with a ride in a tuk tuk and a boat awaits you today. You will explore the ruins of the ancient capital of Thailand in style. Visit the temples Wat Yai Chaimongko l and Wat Mahathat. The latter houses a Bodhi tree with Buddha's face carved into its roots. Afterwards, you should take the opportunity to stroll through the market of Wat Phra Srisanphet. Not far away is the Muslim quarter, which you should not miss not only for its architecture but also for the local delicacy, cotton candy.

After sightseeing, you will continue to Lopburi, a small town famous for the Phra Pang Sam Yod temple, which is ruled entirely by monkeys. You will have lunch at a local restaurant.

After lunch, you will continue to Phitsanulok, where you will visit Wat Mahathat, home to arguably the most beautiful image of Buddha.

Ayutthaya to Phitsanulok: 530 km / approx. 7 hours

1 night at The Park Hotel*** with breakfast and lunch included in a superior room, Phitsanulok, Thailand


An exciting day lies ahead of you. You will leave Phitsanulok and first reach Sukhothai. Known as the Cradle of Thailand, it was the first capital of the Siamese Kingdom, founded in the early 13th century and once glorified as the “Dawn of Bliss”. Even today, the imposing remains bear witness to the city's significante. You will take a tour of the through the historical park and then continue to Lampang. The clatter of horse-drawn carriages past centuries-old temples has become emblematic of Lampang, a city in northern Thailand that charms visitors with its cultural richness.

You will reach Chiang Mai in the afternoon and be transferred to your hotel.

Travel time Phitsanulok - Chiang Mai: 343 km / approx. 5 hours

2 nights at The Rim Chiang Mai**** with breakfast and lunch in superior room, Chiang Mai, Thailand

Getting up early is worth it. You will be picked up around 06:00 a.m. and drive to Doi Suthep, in time to buy some offerings and watch the locals perform the alms giving ceremony. You will then climb the temple hill and enjoy spectacular views over the city and the surrounding countryside. Continue to Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, where you will climb 309 steps to Folden Naga to view the golden pagodas.

Wat Umong, built in the 14th century, is a now mossy temple surrounded by small exotic plants that give it a special charm. After a walk through these mysterious tunnels, you will reach the temple's viharn, where you can experience your personal ceremony.

After a traditional lunch, you will take a city tour of Chiang Mai. Popularly known as the "Rose of the North", the city and its surroundings - with its idyllic location on the banks of the Ping River -, captivate with their unique scenic beauty as well as distinctive cultural and historical monuments.

After breakfast, your transfer to Chiang Mai airport will be waiting for you. You will take a domestic flight either to Phuket or Koh Samui. Traveling to Phuket and the region of Khao Lak is worth it in the months from November to March, while you can travel to Koh Samui also in the European summer months.

After your arrival at the airport in the south of Thailand, you will be expected and transported to your beach hotel.

The next days will be all about relaxing in a beach hotel in Khao Lak/on Koh Samui. You will spend 6 nights in one of the Manathai houses. Enjoy the powdery fine sandy beach between your feet. Alternatively, take a few excursions in the surrounding area: visit Khao Sok National Park near Khao Lak or Mu Ko Ang Thong Marine Park, near Koh Samui.

6 nights at Manathai Koh Samui/Khao Lak**** with breakfast in a Deluxe Balcony Room, Koh Samui/Khao Lak, Thailand

Depending on the departure time, you will be picked up by your driver and taken to the airport. Did the time go by too fast after all? Would you like to relax a few more days on the beach or generally make your itinerary more individual? Just contact us and we will organize a trip precisely tailored to your wishes.

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Mode Sathorn****, Bangkok, Thailand (2 nights)

This modern hotel is centrally located directly across from Surasak Skytrain Station. Hotel services include reception, lobby, fitness center with sauna, and five outstanding restaurants and bars. Relax by the inviting pool or indulge in a relaxing spa treatment in the spa area. Look forward to 201 modernly furnished rooms that leave nothing to be desired with bath/shower, WC, air conditioning, flat-screen TV, minibar and electric kettle.

Hintok River Camp***, Kanchanaburi, Thailand (1 night)

This resort in the countryside welcomes you with views of the legendary River Kwai. Located in a clearing of Hellfire Pass, Hintok River Camp offers accommodations in luxurious tents. It also features a natural spring water pool. The restaurant, which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, is surrounded by tropical trees.

The spacious tents at Camp Hintok River are furnished with luxurious wooden furniture. They feature outdoor showers with hot water, air conditioning in the accommodation and a private veranda.

Classic Kameo Hotel & Serviced Apartments*****, Ayutthaya, Thailand (1 night)

Just a 5-minute drive from Wat Yai Chai Mongkol, Classic Kameo Hotel & Serviced Apartments welcomes you. Look forward to modern non-smoking rooms with kitchenettes and seating areas, an outdoor pool, a fitness center and a sauna. Free Wi-Fi is also available in public areas. Rooms feature modern decor, air conditioning, a flat-screen cable TV and a safe. The private bathroom has a bathtub. A wide selection of Chinese dishes can be enjoyed daily at the Terrazzo Restaurant.

The Park Hotel***, Phitsanulok, Thailand (1 night)

Your accommodation is located in close proximity to the city center. You can easily reach the famous night market and other attractions on foot. The Park Hotel offers free shuttle service, restaurant, free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, pool and massage service.

The air-conditioned rooms all have bath/shower, toilet, TV, minibar and a desk.

The Rim Chiang Mai****, Chiang Mai, Thailand (2 nights)

This boutique hotel is located in Chiang Mai's Old Town about a 15-minute walk from Sunday Walking Street. Rooms feature modern decor and private balconies, wooden furniture and Thai fabrics. Other amenities include air conditioning, a flat-screen TV, a minibar, a safe, and coffee and tea facilities. Relax by the outdoor pool and indulge in traditional fare at The Canal Restaurant. Internet is available free of charge throughout the hotel.

Manathai Khao Lak****, Khao Lak, Thailand

Welcome to the Manathai Khao Lak. This beautiful resort blends seamlessly into the picturesque landscape and offers direct access to the fine sandy Bangsak Beach. Noisy bars, discos or a turbulent nightlife you will look for in vain: Khao Lak is considered Phuket's little sister and has still kept its authentic charm. There are a few local restaurants in the vicinity. You can reach Phuket airport in about 1.5 hours.


Manathai Koh Samui****, Koh Samui, Thailand

Separated from the beautiful beach by only one street, this colonial-style hotel is set in the middle of a tropical garden. The lovingly designed Manathai has 133 elegant rooms. The excellent restaurants offer culinary delights for every taste, be it the freshly grilled king prawns at the seaside restaurant, Waterline, or Pad Thai, a world-famous Thai dish. Koh Samui International Airport is about 25 minutes away.

Duration of the trip: 14 days / 13 nights


  • 13 night accommodation in the hotels mentioned (or comparable)
  • Daily breakfast; other meals as per program
  • Private guided tour according to itinerary incl. entrance fees with tour guide

Not included

  • International flights
  • National flight: Bangkok-Phuket/Koh Samui (approx. EUR 100/170 per person)
  • Meals and beverages not included in the package price
  • Personal expenses, like minibar and tips
  • Insurances
  • Visa

Additional experiences

Bangkok Culinary Experience

  1. Per person from 58 € excl. Flight
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Thonburi Khlongs and Royal Palace

  1. Price per person from 48 € excl. Flight
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Explore Bangkok by train, boat, and tuk-tuk

  1. Price per person from 112 € excl. Flight
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Half day Tuk-Tuk Tour through Bangkok

  1. Price per person from 133 € excl. Flight
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Discover Chiang Mai by bike

  1. Per person from 85 € excl. Flight
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River cruise through rural Ayutthaya

  1. Price per person from 168 € excl. Flight
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Trip to Doi Suthep and the Meo Hill Tribe

  1. Per person from 58 € excl. Flight
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Chiang Mai City & Temple Tour

  1. Per person from 30 € excl. Flight
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