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Let’s travel to Thailand!

Thailand has so much to offer – from its world-class food, beautiful landscapes, fascinating culture, stunning historical landmarks, to some of the best hospitality anywhere. Enjoy a blend of fun, relaxation, learning, delicious food, and authentic cultural experiences, all with the backdrop of gorgeous natural settings. Although this is a new part of the world for EarthTreks, our Bangkok team includes some of the best logistics people around to put together itineraries.  Just get in touch with whatever you had in mind!

  • Explore the bustling capital city of Bangkok, from grand palaces and temples to a world-renowned floating market to a multitude of street vendors serving up delicious Thai food.
  • Indulge in a Thai massage and wonderful full spa experience.
  • Stroll through the small alleys while taking in the sites and smells of Bangkok’s China Town.
  • Ride on a longtail boat for a trip down the Chao Phraya River – known as the River of Kings.
  • Head to the Damnoen Saduak floating market to see the unique market where vendors sell their goods from boats and stalls set up along the water’s edge.
  • Head to the stunningly beautiful emerald green pools of Erawan Waterfalls.
  • Travel to Ayuthaya to see the many ancient temples, historical ruins and Buddha statues.
  • Head out to the historical ruins of Old Sukhothai, set amid beautiful lakes and garden, containing the remains of 21 historic sites in total, with striking Buddha images and four large ponds often filled with stunning lotus flowers in full bloom.  
  • Take a delicious Thai cooking class and then enjoy the fruits of your labour.
  • Visit the Hmong Hilltribe Lodge in a picturesque hilly countryside for a traditional meal and cultural performance and to learn about their traditional lifestyle.
  • Visit Chiang Mai, renowned for its incredible beauty, welcoming locals, its many famous temples and an interesting old city area.
  • Spend a day in an elephant sanctuary to learn all the tricks for helping the local population to thrive.
  • Visit an historical temple from the Chiang Saen Kingdom, dating back 600 years, surrounded by ancient kilne sites and lush forest.
  • Spend some time in the gorgeous blue-green water on the beaches of Hua Hin.
  • Or….tell us what you had in mind, and we can try to put together just that!