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Classic Thailand tour

 Enjoy an awesome, accompanied 15 day trip to Thailand this winter for £3,250.
Hurry though, numbers are limited!

The trip will start on November 25th in Bangkok. It will be a small group, maximum of 8 people so you will need to be quick to confirm a place.

 

Normally at Bespoke Getaways we only offer personalised tours, however, as a result of the feedback from clients I have decided to create some fantastic breaks to SE Asia this winter. This means that you will be getting all the benefits and experience of an expat who has lived in SE Asia, at this incredible price. The Thailand 15 day experience will take you to some of my personal favourites, and I will be accompanying you throughout your stay.

So what are you waiting for! Beat the winter blues and plan an escape to Thailand. November is such a great time to visit Thailand, the 'Land of smiles' will literally charm you. The weather is cooler but still sunny, and there are fewer tourists. There is something for everyone, from the metropolis of Bangkok, the spectacular beaches, the history of the bridge over River Khwai, the hills and greenery of the north. And of course the food, it's way more than Thai curries! This is a country which became our home for more than 10 years, the people are so charming. Living here is an adventure and so uplifting.

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Bangkok

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    Explore the Grand Palace complex, including Wat Pho and the magnificent reclining Buddha

  • Climb up Wat Arun the Temple of Dawn, on the Chao Prayer river

  • Step back in time at Jim Thomson's magical teak house 

  • Shop till you drop, at the ultra-modern shopping malls, 'MBK' to the famous Chatuchak market, treat yourself to a relaxing spa experience or a cooking class, relax and enjoy a drink at one of the rooftop bars

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Kanchanaburi

  • Learn about the history of the Bridge over River Kwai at Hellfire Pass

  • Visit the allied war memorials, a truly emotional experience

  • At sunset relax at your hotel with a drink and enjoy the view

  • Take in the national parks like Erawan

  • Get up close and personal with elephants at a genuine rescue sanctuary. 

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Krabi

  • This has to be one of the best beach options anywhere

  • Stay at Railay beach

  • It's time to relax and enjoy the sun

  • For the more adventurous and energetic there is also plenty to do.

  • You can try rock climbing, diving/snorkelling or just enjoy a boat trip around the islands.

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Chiang Mai

  • Thailand’s second city and the gateway to the north of the country

  • Take a trip around the old city in a tuk-tuk

  • Go shopping for souvenirs at the famous night market

  • Spend time exploring the nearby craft villages 

  • Visit the majestic temple at Doi Suthep in the surrounding hills and admire the views of Chiang Mai, later, go and see the nearby Palace Gardens

  • From here you can continue to Chiang Rai and the Golden Triangle and walking 

Amazing Thailand: Tours

What's included in the tour price

  • The itinerary begins when you arrive in Ho Chi Minh City

  • Accommodation will be in boutique or 5 star hotels, depending on location, and breakfast is included.

  • I will personally accompany you during your trip. The evenings will be free for you to decide where you wish to go. Of course I will be available for advice and recommendations, and make any arrangements as required.  

  • Professional tour guides will be on hand for specific trips and activities to further enhance your experience.

  • All internal transfers will be included.

Contact Us

If you would like more information about our accompanied tours and how we can help plan your trip, please get in touch to arrange a discussion.

Bridgefoot Cottage
Church St
Norton St Philip
Bath

+447541513570

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