This exciting multi centre holiday combines Thailand’s historical and cultural highlights, with the stunning landscapes and beaches Thailand is famous for.

14 Night Packages, From £1,175*

Price is a guide for this multi-centre holiday including all your flights, hotels and transfers.

* Prices are only to act as a guide


3 Nights – Bangkok
1 Night – River Kwai
1 Night – Bangkok
3 Nights – Northern Thailand
6 Nights – Beach Resort

✈ UK – Bangkok (3 Nights):First you will fly from your chosen UK airport to Bangkok.

When you arrive in to Bangkok you will have the day and evening at leisure, to relax after your flight, and to take in this bustling city.

The following day you will spend visiting the Grand Palace which was built in 1782 by the first king of the ruling Chakri dynasty. You’ll also visit temple Wat Phra Kaew, which houses the Emerald Buddha, take in Wat Po, the largest temple in Bangkok and home to the 15 metre high, 46 metre long reclining Buddha, as well as venturing across the river to Wat Arun (the Temple of Dawn). If shopping takes your fancy, you’ll have the opportunity to visit the famous floating markets, numerous street and night markets, as well as the various modern shopping complexes that now fill the city.

The next day you will visit the ruins of Ayutthaya. Phra Nakorn Sri Ayutthaya served as the Siamese capital from 1350-1767 and used to be one of the most splendid cities of the Orient. You will also visit the restored Summer Palace and visit the Historical Park to view the still impressive ruins of Wat Yai Chai Mongkol, Wat Panan Cheon and the distinctive triple chedis of Wat Phra Sri Sanphet.

🚗 Bangkok – River Kwai (1 Night): On your fourth day you will visit the well-maintained Don Rak War Cemetery and the Thailand-Burma Railway Museum that vividly illustrates the history of ‘Death Railway’ before continuing on to the Bridge on the River Kwai. A long-tail boat delivers you to the River Kwai Resotel (other options available) in a wonderful natural setting. After lunch you’ll visit the Mon village where there is an option to enjoy an elephant experience, before spending the evening enjoying traditional Mon dance and dinner.

🚂 River Kwai – Bangkok (1 Night): Day five will begin with a visit to the Hell Fire Pass Memorial, marking the most difficult cutting through rock along the Thailand-Burma Railway. Finally after lunch you’ll take a scenic train ride along the notorious Death Railway before returning to Bangkok to an evening at your leisure.

✈ Bangkok – Northern Thailand (3 Nights): On your final day in Bangkok you will have the morning to relax before we take you back to the airport for a flight up to Chiang Mai, where you’ll be met on arrival and taken to visit Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, an important pilgrimage site for Northern Thailand. In the evening you’ll enjoy a dinner of Northern Thai delicacies accompanied by a traditional dance show.

The following morning you’ll visit an elephant camp, followed by a visit to an orchid farm, and a local Lunch. In the afternoon you will tour the city of Chiang Mai and view some of its splendid Buddhist temples.

On your third day in northern Thailand, we will take you to Chiang Rai to tour this intriguing city as well as going via Wiang Pa Pao where you’ll visit Wat Rong Khun and the Golden Triangle.

✈ Northern Thailand – Beach (6 Nights): Your final morning in Northern Thailand will be spent in Chiang Mai at your leisure, before we return you back to Chiang Mai airport for you next flight on to your beach destination where you will stay for the remainder of your holiday. We can arrange for you to stay at any beach resort you choose, however if you’re unsure let us know and we can recommend one we feel would be suitable.

✈ Beach – UK: On your final day we will take you back to the airport for your flight back to the UK.