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Thailand Beaches East Coast (May - Oct) Itinerary
Visit Thailand, a country with all the ingredients for a holiday in paradise. Pristine beaches, remote islands, dramatic sunsets and world famous Thai cuisine.
Days 1-2 Bangkok
Fast-paced and fascinating, Bangkok's chaotic streets are a traveller's delight. Head out to Wat Arun to visit the 'Temple of the Dawn' and see its ornate Khmer-style tower. Then climb aboard a southbound overnight train.
ACCOM: Hotel - 1, Overnight sleeper train - 1
Days 3-4 Ko Pha-Ngan
Chilled out and picturesque, Ko Pha-Ngan is the perfect place for a tropical island getaway. Visit fishing villages, discover temples or swim under refreshing waterfalls.
ACCOM: Guesthouse - 2
Days 5-6 Ko Tao
Soak up the best of beach life on the white sandy shores of Ko Tao. Diving is the order of the day for many visitors to Ko Tao but snorkelling over the colourful reefs is equally as impressive. There's also plenty of time to simply relax on the beach under swaying coconut palms.
ACCOM: Bungalow - 2
Days 7-9 Ko Samui
Travel across to Ko Samui and enjoy long white beaches, ancient temples and cooling waterfalls - but this time with the addition of a lively nightlife. Take a day tour to Thailand's largest national marine park, home to the beautiful Emerald Lake, or choose to head out on a sea-kayak trip. If that seems like too much hard work, just kick back with a cocktail on one of Ko Samui's beaches.
ACCOM: Hotel - 2
Thailand Beaches East Coast (May - Oct) Reviews
Our Thailand Beaches East Coast (May - Oct) trips score an average of 4.5 out of 5 based on 4 reviews in the last year.
Thailand Beaches East Coast (May - Oct), June 2014
We didn't see much culture and did alot of travelling between islands would have preferred more beach time or activities
Review submitted 12 Jun 2014
Thailand Beaches East Coast (May - Oct), July 2012
Our whole experience was made all that more special by the attention and care given by our tour leader Gung Duanphen Khamwicha. Our delay in submitting our comments are entirely due to a family bereavement shortly following our return. The delay does not reflect anything to do with the fantastic experience we as a family enjoyed. We would love to do the trip again.
Review submitted 04 Mar 2013
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