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9 days




Koh Samui

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12+ (All travelers under age 18 must be accompanied by an adult)



Bangkok, Ayutthaya, Chiang Mai, Koh Samui, Angthong Marine Park

Impressive Thailand 9 Days


Let’s enjoy an Impressive Thailand Honeymoon 9 Days in Thailand by going to three of the best places: Bangkok, Chiang Mai, and Koh Samui. You’ll have great memories of these places for the rest of life. This amazing trip has been carefully planned so that you can see the best of what Thailand has to offer and have fun and wonderful times. A tour of Bangkok’s Chinatown, a wedding in the Lanna way, elephant bathing, trips to temples, and so much more. You will remember this trip with fondness for many years to come.


Highlight Impressive Thailand 9 Days


  • Visit the Grand Palace, Wat Phra Kaew, Wat Pho, Wat Arun, and Wat Traimit, which are Bangkok’s top cultural sites.
  • In a Chiang Mai camp, you can spend a day with elephants and learn about their history, habits, and way of life.
  • Visit the Temple of Doi Suthep, which is one of the most well-known places in Northern Thailand.
  • Join a cooking class to find out how to make traditional Thai food.
  • Koh Samui has beaches where you can relax in the sun.

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Day 1: Bangkok

Day 2: Bangkok City Tour

Day 3: Bangkok – Ayutthaya

Day 4: Bangkok – Chiang Mai

Day 5: Chiang Mai – Elephant Nature Park

Day 6: Chiang Mai – Thai Cooking Class - Koh Samui

Day 7: Koh Samui – Angthong Marine Park

Day 8: Koh Samui – Free & Leisure

Day 9: Departure


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Day 1: Arrive Bangkok

Sawad-dee! (Hello)

When you get to Bangkok, your private guide and driver will be there to meet you. They will then take you to your hotel.

As soon as you step foot in this vibrant metropolis, you will feel the stifling heat and hectic pace of Thailand's bustling capital. After you have checked into our hotel, you are free to do some independent sightseeing, relax your muscles with a therapeutic massage, or just lie by the pool and take in the first rays of that delicious Thai sunlight.


Overnight in Bangkok

Day 2: Bang Kok City Tour

Your tour guide will come to the hotel to get you up. Visit one of Rattanakosin Island's most well-known and historically significant community markets—the amulet market—along the way.

Learn about the Emerald Buddha Temple, or Wat Phra Kaew, also known as Wat Phra Si Rattana Satsadaram, the temple's official name. It's the holiest Buddhist temple in all of Thailand.

Go on a tour of the Grand Palace, the royal palace of Thailand. Certainly among Thailand's most impressive palaces. After King Rama, I relocated the capital from Thonburi to Bangkok in 1782, and construction on the Grand Palace began that same year. It was the royal palace of the Chakri dynasty in Thailand from the 18th century onward.

Our tour of Bangkok's temples continues as we make our way across the city to Wat Po, where we'll see the massive reclining Buddha and the Chedis (stupas containing the ashes of the Kings). Find out how King Rama I made this previous temple his main temple and how some of his remains are interred here. UNESCO has included it in its "Memory of the World" project. Moreover, it is the original site of Thai massage, which is now taught and practiced in the temple as it has been for centuries.

Visit Wat Arun (the Temple of Daw); it is one of Bangkok's most recognizable sights. The temple is located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River and is most famous for its 70-meter tower covered with tiny bits of colorful glass and surrounded by Chinese porcelain.

Our afternoon ends in Bangkok's Chinatown, which is one of the city's oldest areas. It is possible to buy almost anything you can think of in this chaotic labyrinth of narrow streets and busy sois (alleys), which are overrun with restaurants, stores, street markets, and food booths. You will also make a pit stop to try some of the most delicious food the city has to offer, such as odd snacks in a market, some of the best noodles in the city, or dessert. There is no need to bother eating in advance because you won't feel hungry at any point during the event. Throughout the course of the tour, vegetarian meal alternatives will be provided.



  • The chapel is a national shrine and you will be required to wear proper attire: no bare shoulders and knees, or strapless-heel shoes.
  • Shoes must be removed before entering the temple buildings as a matter of respect.
  • Photography is permitted in the Royal Palace Grounds and in the compounds of the Emerald Buddha Temple, but not inside the buildings.


Overnight in Bangkok

Meals included: Breakfast | Lunch

Day 3: Bangkok – Ayutthaya – Bangkok

Ayutthaya was the capital of Siam during its golden age, and its temple ruins are a sight to behold.

After breakfast, your guide will pick you up for the drive to Wat Lokayasutha, which is the first stop in Ayutthaya, after traveling there in a luxurious and air-conditioned vehicle from Bangkok. This temple is famous for its enormous picture of a Buddha that is reclining because it is one of the few constructions that has been preserved here.

Your next stop will be at Wat Phra Sri Sanphet, which is located within the complex of the royal palace and was used by the royal family for religious ceremonies. It is widely acknowledged as Ayutthaya's most significant religious structure.

After that, you should go to Wat Mahathat Ayutthaya. It is said that the sacred relic of the Buddha was formerly kept within this temple, making it one of the oldest and most important in Ayutthaya's history. Take a moment to appreciate the iconic Buddha head that has been sculpted into the roots of a Bodhi tree.

After that, you will have a delicious lunch at a local Thai restaurant, where your guide will be available to provide recommendations on the regional delicacies served there.

Your journey should come to a close at the magnificent Wat Chaiwattanaram, which is located along the river. As you make your way through the gigantic grounds, don't forget to keep your eyes peeled for the captivating architectural style that was inspired by the Angkor Wat complex in Cambodia.


Overnight in Bangkok

Meals included: Breakfast | Lunch

Day 4: Bangkok – Chiang Mai

In the morning, we take an early flight to Chiang Mai.

Chiang Mai, the former capital of the Lanna Kingdom, is your destination today. Lanna, which had been on par with the Ayutthaya Kingdom, was dissolved and incorporated into the new Siamese kingdom in the late nineteenth century. Northern Thailand is still home to the Lanna people with their own language, culture, cuisine, and traditions.

When you arrive, we'll take you to your hotel so you can check in or drop off your bags. (Early check-in is NOT included and depends on the hotel's availability)

We start our sightseeing through the old city and learn everything about the fascinating past of this city and its double moat. Then, head to the peak of Doi Suthep, a mountain on the outskirts of town, to look out over the city and its environs. One of the most revered temples in the country may be found at the summit, where you can also receive a blessing. Before heading to your hotel, visit Wat Umong, one of the city's most interesting temples built in the 14th century, a heavily forested temple covered by moss and small plants offering a unique yet charming sense of natural decay. The temples' underground tunnels were built to contain a mad monk.

The rest of the day is yours to do anything as you, please.


Overnight in Chiang Mai

Meals included: Breakfast

Day 5: Chiang Mai – Elephant Nature Park

Visit an elephant rescue center in the jungle just outside of Chiang Mai for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure that is truly one of a kind. Take a dip in a waterfall, taste a lunch prepared in the traditional style of Thailand, and spend the day acting as a caretaker for the elephants as you interact with them, feed them, and watch them in their natural habitat.

Begin from your hotel after breakfast. Take a trip to the southwest of Chiang Mai and enjoy the beautiful scenery as you pass by local farms, communities inhabited by hill tribes, and rice fields.

You should take a trip to the Mae Wang Waterfalls so that you may unwind and cool off in the water there. Elephant Sanctuary, which is located deep in the jungle, is where you will arrive. A host will greet you as you enter the sanctuary, and then a guide will take you through the entire experience.

Put on some traditional garb from the Karen hill tribe, such as the clothes that the elephant keepers wear. The following step is to receive an orientation on Asian elephants as well as the history of the sanctuary. You are invited to visit the tame elephants who have been rescued and give them bananas. Join the elephants as they make their way up the hill through the forest in search of food. See how different elephant families interact in their natural habitat. Get in the river with the elephants and take a refreshing dip. Join the elephants on their walk back to the sanatorium, where you can reflect on your time with them and say your goodbyes.

Before being dropped off at your accommodation in Chiang Mai, you will finish off the day with a bamboo rafting ride along the Mae Wang River, which is known for its breathtaking scenery.

After a journey of one hour back to Chiang Mai, you will be dropped off at your hotel. The rest of the day is at your disposal to do as you like.

Note: You should bring extra clothes, comfortable shoes, sandals you don't mind getting wet and dirty, shampoo and soap, a camera, and mosquito spray or bug repellent.


Overnight in Chiang Mai

Meals included: Breakfast | Lunch

Day 6: Chiang Mai – Thai Cooking Class - Koh Samui


Participating in a Thai cooking lesson at Chiang Mai Cookery Class is something that may be done today. Learn the ins and outs of Thai food, including its nuanced flavors and distinctive presentation styles. Learn another facet of this intricate cuisine with a private cooking class that focuses on the cuisine of the Lanna region of Thailand. Go beyond the standard red, green, and yellow curries as well as pad thai, which are typically associated with Thai food. The cuisine of this region is characterized by a predilection for salty and fiery flavors, and it is built around the use of jungle vegetables and herbs, pork, and sticky rice. Cook your lunch on a traditional charcoal stove using food purchased at the market or grown on the farm, and enjoy your lunch.


we transfer you to the airport for a flight to Surat Thani.
Upon arrival, transfer to the pier and get on a speed boat to reach Koh Samui – one of the most beautiful islands.


Overnight on Koh Samui

Meals included: Breakfast

Day 7: Koh Samui – Angthong Marine Park

The transport will pick you up from your hotel's lobby, and your guide will drive you to the dock. After getting helpful information from your guide, you will next embark on a journey to Ang Thong National Marine Park via speedboat.

You will begin your journey with a stop first at Koh Wao, which is made up of three islands with a shallow, sheltered bay in between. The clear seas and rich marine life make this an ideal place to go snorkeling.

Keep going until you reach Mae Koh Island, and then hike up to the viewpoint that overlooks Emerald Lagoon.

Continue your journey to Phaluai Island, where you may savor a delectable meal prepared at a Thai restaurant. Sea gypsies, who make their living off of fishing. You can take a leisurely journey along the coastline with natural rock formations by sea kayak, or you can unwind and take in the sunshine on the quiet Son Pee Hong Beach.

The journey ends on Koh Hua Talap, the main island, where visitors can swim, snorkel, and relax on white sand beaches surrounded by turquoise water or go to Pha Chan Charat Viewpoint. When the tour is over, you'll head back to the Koh Samui dock and get a ride back to your hotel.


Overnight on Koh Samui.

Meals included: Breakfast | Lunch

Day 8: Koh Samui

along the lovely beach. Savor the tasty seafood and other dishes or use utility at the hotel.


Overnight on Koh Samui.

Meals included: Breakfast | Lunch

Day 9: Departure

Enjoy your breakfast and check out the hotel, our driver will pick you up and transfer you to the airport for your next flight.

The tour ends. That doesn't mean you have to call a stop to your trip just yet, though! If you would like, you can stay for a couple of extra days and continue to immerse yourself in the culture and cuisine of Thailand. If you would like to start another destination in Asia, we will be pleased to help you get a great itinerary.

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Detailed Included & Excluded

What’s included
  • All hotel accommodations including all taxes and breakfast
  • Internal economy flights with airport taxes
  • All transfers & sightseeing transportation
  • The local guides
  • Meals as mentioned (B= Breakfast, L= Lunch, D= Dinner)
  • All entrance fees into historical sights & museums
  • 24/7 support from the Amazing Team
What’s not included?
  • Your International Flights to and from Thailand
  • Thailand entry Visa Fees (contact us for further information)
  • Other meals than mentioned
  • Other services mentioned
  • Laundry, telephone calls, and expenditures of a personal nature
  • Tips
  • Travel Insurance
  • Early check-in/Late check-out.
Money Exchane

During this tour, you will pay for things in Thai Baht. Since currency exchange rates in South East Asia change, please visit the following sites for the most up-to-date daily rates: For each of the above currencies, go to www.xe.com. The best way to keep money is on debit cards that you can use at ATMs to get cash in the local currency. There are ATMs all over South East Asia, and most of them accept Visa and Mastercard cards. If you can, bring both a Visa and a Mastercard with you when you travel. This way, if you lose or have trouble with one card, you will have a backup. Please remember that your bank will charge a fee for withdrawals made outside of the country. USD Cash is best for times when you can't get to an ATM. You should bring some cash with you in case of an emergency, but bringing only cash is a risk. The best mix is one or more ATM cards and some cash. Swap traveler's checks can be hard, take time, and cost money. We don't suggest bringing checks as your main source of money, but it's good to have one or two in case of an emergency. Some banks also offer cash advances, but they take a long time and often come with high fees. You can use a credit card at some high-end restaurants and some large shops to buy big things.

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