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Thailand Soft Adventure and Fun 13 Days

Thailand - Bangkok, Kanchanaburi, Ayutthaya, Sukhothai, Chiang Mai, Phuket, Khao Sok

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    • Explore the colourful night bazaars and boutiques of Bangkok 

    • Travel from place to place using a range of unique and authentic transportation 

    • Visit Bangkok’s Grand Palace and see the beautiful emerald Buddha statue 

    • See the quirky railway market which has sprung up around the tracks at Ratchaburi 

    • Haggle and barter at Damnoen Saduak – Thailand's most famous floating market 

    • Cross the Bridge on the River Kwai and uncover the region’s macabre history 

    • Hike to Erawan Waterfall and swim in the azure waters of the jungle falls 

    • Explore and admire the ruins of Ayutthaya, Thailand's former royal capital 

    • Take a fun and interesting bike ride through the ruins of Sukhothai Historical Park 

    • Enjoy a traditional Lisu dance performance 

    • Delve into the natural wonders of Thailand with a combination of trekking and canoeing


    Bangkok Arrival

    Hotel Royal Bangkok @Chinatown or similar
    Mini Van

    Arrive at the airport in Bangkok, where you will meet our licensed and experienced guide, then transfer to the hotel. 

    Check in and spend the rest of the day at leisure. 

    In the evening journey to Asiatique Night Bazaar. Asiatique on the Riverfront is themed according to the city's architecture of old Siam, and features a distinctive atmosphere. Divided into several sections, the Charoenkrung District has a total over 1,000 boutiques. The Town Square combines eastern and western culture with a variety of eateries, beer gardens and an outdoor activity square, whilst the Factory District is located in a 100-year-old refurbished sawmill with over 500 fashion stores, international restaurants, wine bars and panoramic views of the Chao Phraya River.



    Breakfast:Hotel    Lunch:Local restaurant
    Hotel Royal Bangkok @Chinatown or similar
    Mini Van

    Breakfast at hotel, then set off to uncover the history of Bangkok, travelling through this magical capital using public transportation such as sky train, Express Boat and long-tailed boat. Your time in the grandeur of Bangkok has just begun. 

    After breakfast, start your journey in Bangkok, one of Asia's most cosmopolitan centres, and ride on a BTS (Sky train) to the Chao Praya Central Pier. Continue to travel along the waterway to the majesty of the Grand Palace and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha.The splendid Grand Palace enclosure is home to many ornate temples and buildings, in a variety of architectural styles. Gold leaf, reflective tiling and Buddha Images are to be seen everywhere. The magnificent Wat Phra Kaeo - a treasure trove of Thai arts and home to the Emerald Buddha, Thailand’s most revered Buddha image - is at the heart of the complex. 

    Walk to one of the oldest temples in Bangkok: Wat Pho (or the temple of the Reclining Buddha). The famous reclining Buddha, constructed in 1932, is enshrined in this temple. The 46-metre-long and 15- metre-high gold-plated Reclining Buddha, with eyes and feet inlaid with mother-of-pearl brings, to mind the Lord Buddha’s entry into Nirvana. Wat Pho was also the first centre of public education in the Kingdom. Nowadays, it is an important centre for the teaching and administering of traditional Thai massage. 

    Set off along the Waterway of Chao Praya River on a private long-tailed boat to discover the Thonburi canal and get an in-depth look at daily life along the canals. Before returning to your hotel, discover some of the main landmarks of Bangkok. 


    Bangkok - Kanchanaburi

    Breakfast:Hotel    Lunch:Kanchanaburi    Dinner:Hotel
    River Kwai Jungle Raft or similar
    Mini Van

    After breakfast at the hotel, we'll journey about 75 miles west of Bangkok to Ratchaburi, set on the banks of the Mae Klong River. 

    We begin with a stop at the amazing Railway Market to witness a train running through the middle of the market. Then continue our day to Damnoen Saduak floating market, to take a paddleboat ride along the canal. Then, after a walking tour of the market, we’ll stop at a palm sugar workshop and coconut farm to see how this staple of Thai cuisine is made. 

    In the afternoon, we travel overland to Kanchanaburi Province, a green region where the riverside scenery belies its dramatic history, portrayed in the film The Bridge on the River Kwai. It was here that Allied POWs and Asian conscripts were forced to build the infamous World War II railway. Lunch is included in Kanchanaburi. We will have the chance to walk across the original Bridge on the River Kwai, and then visit Kanchanaburi's War Cemetery and Thai-Burma Railway Museum. The area is now peaceful, 6 but many lives were lost during the construction of one of the most difficult sections of the railway during World War II. 

    Check in at hotel and dinner is at hotel.



    Breakfast:Hotel    Lunch:Local restaurant    Dinner:Hotel
    River Kwai Jungle Raft or similar
    Mini Van

    Breakfast at hotel, then set off by train along The Death Railway; a route built by the Japanese during the Second World War, using forced labour made up of prisoners of war. It is said that for every sleeper laid down on the track, at least one life was lost. The area retains many poignant reminders and relics of the past. 

    Lunch is served at a local restaurant, then you will drive to Erawan Waterfall - a beautiful 7-tiered waterfall located in Erawan National Park, where you can walk up to see each of the picturesque falls (it is best to bring good walking shoes). Also do remember to bring your swimming suit if you wish to swim in the natural pools. The best time to visit is during rainy season from May until September. Late afternoon transfer back to hotel, dinner and free time at leisure.


    Kanchanaburi - Ayutthaya

    Breakfast:Hotel    Lunch:Local restaurant
    Krungsri River Hotel or similar
    Mini Van

    Breakfast is at your hotel then followed by check-out. 

    Today, you will venture away from Kanchanaburi to Ayutthaya, the Capital of Thailand from 1350 to 1776, when it was sacked by an invading Burmese army. In Ayutthaya visit the most important of the ruined temples in Ayutthaya historical park, Wat Mahathat and Wat Pra Sri Sanphet. Enjoy lunch at Local restaurant during the excursion day. 

    In the late afternoon, check-in and time is at leisure. Dinner is on your own.


    Ayutthaya - Phitsanulok - Sukhothai

    Breakfast:Hotel    Lunch:Local restaurant
    The Legendha Sukhothai or similar
    Mini Van

    Breakfast is at hotel then followed by check-out. 

    Driving north and arrive in Phitsanulok for a brief visit to Wat Mahathat, featuring Thailand's most beautiful Buddha image – Phra Puttachinnarat. 

    Following lunch at local restaurant in the afternoon, we take you to Sukhothai, a name meaning “dawn of happiness” that was founded in the 13th century and became the kingdom's first capital, overseeing a period renowned as the golden age of Thai history. Visit Sukhothai Historical Park, which was once a walled city surrounded by a moat, the park contains almost 200 ruined chedis in remarkable condition. See the main sites of Wat Mahathat, Wat Si Chum, Wat Sri Sawai, War Sra Sri, Wat Trapang Ngoen and Ramkamhaeng Museum before checking into your hotel. Cycling through the park is a relaxing and fun way to see the ruins at your own pace. 

    In the late afternoon, check-in and time is at leisure. Dinner is on your own.


    Sukhothai - Lampang - Chiang Mai

    Breakfast:Hotel    Lunch:Local restaurant
    The Rim Resort or similar
    Mini Van

    Breakfast is at hotel then followed by check-out. 

    Head north to Lampang, stop on the way at the villages of Sri Satchanalai and Baan Na Ton Chan. Take a walk through these charming small villages and experience the heartbeat of Thailand on an experiential tour that seeks to bring travelers and locals together while exposing a side of the country that is rarely seen by outsiders. On the visit, you will pick fruit alongside locals and see what it is like to work in rice paddy fields. This is the perfect opportunity to learn how communities in this region are adopting sustainable living practices. Observe the innate craftsmanship of locals with a visit to a wooden toy manufacturer and a local silk weaver. 

    On the way to Chiang Mai visit at Wat Phra That Lampang Luang, one of the most spectacular temples in Thailand dating back to 1486. Here, there is an opportunity to take a horse cart ride through town. Also, visit Wat Pong Sanook, a temple awarded by UNESCO for cultural heritage conservation due to its inspirational model for community-led conservation in saving a unique Lanna temple. 

    In the late afternoon, check-in and time is at leisure. Dinner is on your own.


    Chiang Mai - Lisu Lodge

    Breakfast:Hotel    Lunch:Hotel    Dinner:Hotel
    Lisu Lodge or similar
    Mini Van

    Breakfast is at hotel then followed by check-out. 

    Pick you up at your hotel then transfer to Lisu Lodge. Arrival Lisu Lodge, welcome by Lisu Lodge staff with welcome drink and followed by Thai lunch at the balcony of the house. 

    After lunch, it’s time to explore the authentic lifestyle in nearby Lisu village or local temple, vegetable plantation, Himmapaan Nursery, etc, in the lodge. 

    In the evening, enjoy dinner with hill tribe performance.


    Lisu Lodge - Chiang Mai

    The Rim Hotel or similar
    Mini Van

    Breakfast at the lodge then check out and transfer back to Chiang Mai. 

    The city of Chiang Mai has a wealth of beautiful and historic Buddhist Wats (temples), and on this tour a visit to the most fascinating Wats is made. Near the summit of Doi Suthep, is the 600-year-old temple of Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep. After a drive up the mountain's winding road, the final climb to the site is via an enormous mythological Nagas (Dragon-headed serpent) staircase of 306 steps (elevators are available). Inside the cloister is an intriguing copper-plated chedi topped by a five-tier gold parasol, which contains partial relics of Lord Buddha. On a clear day, there are incomparable views over the city of Chiang Mai from the temple grounds.

    Other temples visited on this tour include Wat Suan Dok, whose large central stupa contains Buddha relic which supposedly self-multiplied, and Wat Chedi Luang consist of an impressive chedi, originally built in 1411. It reached a height of over 85 meters before it was partially destroyed by an earthquake in 1545. It now reaches a height of only 60 meters the temple also contains the city pillar


    Chiang Mai - Phuket

    Kata Palm Resort or similar
    Airplane / Mini Van

    Breakfast is at your hotel then check-out. 

    You will meet our guide then transfer to Chiang Mai Airport for flights to Phuket. 

    Upon arrival at Phuket International Airport, your guide and driver will assist with transfer to your hotel. 

    The rest of the day is free at leisure to explore your surroundings or simply rest and recuperate at the hotel.


    Phuket - Khao Sok

    Breakfast:Hotel    Lunch:Hotel    Dinner:Hotel
    The Cliff River & Jungle Resort or similar
    Mini Van

    Breakfast is at your hotel, pickup at your hotel by air-conditioned vehicle to the resort in Khao Sok. 

    Arrival at Khao Sok then check-in and time is at leisure. Lunch is at the resort. 

     In the afternoon, you can entirely concentrate on taking in the breathtakingly beautiful scenery by canoeing down Khao Sok River. Most commonly seen animals include birds, such as kingfishers and herons, snakes, frogs, monitor lizards and, if you are lucky, maybe even some wild monkeys. Besides the animals, you can see stunning limestone cliffs covered with dense jungle, as well as some rural life along the river like locals fishing, washing laundry and getting their daily household water from the river. 

    In the evening, dinner is at the resort and time to relax at leisure.


    Khao Sok - Cheow Lan Lake

    Breakfast:Hotel    Lunch:Traditional Thai lunch at hotel    Dinner:Thai dinner at hotel
    Floating Raft Bungalow or similar
    Boat / Mini Van

    Breakfast is at the resort then check-out. 

     You'll be transferred to Rajjapraba Dam, board your long tail boat and enjoy a tour of the breathtaking scenery on the way to the raft house. Upon arrival at the floating bungalows, check-in to your very own traditional Thai style floating bungalow. And relax, take a swim, borrow a kayak and explore the many inlets and klongs of Cheow Lan Lake or just relax and sunbathe while taking in the scenery. Enjoy a traditional Thai lunch at Raft house. 

    Afterwards we depart for 3-hour trek through the ancient jungle of Khao Sok National Park. Depending on the season, your guide may show you edible plant species, how to find drinking water in bamboo and how to spot wildlife in the canopy. In the late afternoon we return to the raft house, free time: relax, swim, shower and enjoy the atmosphere. 

    Enjoy a delectable Thai dinner at the floating raft.


    Cheow Lan Lake - Phuket Departure

    Boat / Mini Van

    Rise before breakfast and enjoy tea or coffee before boarding your long tail boat for a wildlife safari sometimes with morning mist. 

    From your boat you may see Macaque monkeys, Dusty Languars, Great Hornbills, wild Boars, Gibbons, and even the occasional wild Elephant! 

    Upon return to the raft house enjoy with the breakfast at restaurant. 

    After breakfast you will have some free time to swim, enjoy some independent kayaking, or find your own way to experience the peace and serenity the lake has to offer. 

    Followed by check-out, depart from the raft house and head back to the pier. 

    After arriving at the pier, you'll be transferred without guide by private vehicle to Phuket Airport for your flight to your next destination, or extend your stay in Phuket.

    Pick Up / Drop Off / Meet Point

    Pick-up at Bangkok Airport

    Drop-off at Phuket Airport

    What's Included

    • 9 nights' accommodation based on twin-sharing room with daily breakfast. 

    • 1 night' accommodation based on twin sharing room at Lisu Lodge. 

    • 2 nights' accommodation in an air-conditioned floating bungalow at Cheow Lan Lake and accommodation based on twin- 

      sharing room at Khao Sok. 

    • Meals mentioned in the itinerary as specified (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, and D=Dinner). 

    • Domestic Air Ticket Chiang Mai - Phuket - Bangkok (Subject to change and depend on the ticket issuing date)

    • Two private chauffeur-driven, air-conditioned vans. 

    • Shared transportation (Land & Boat) during the stay in Khao Sok (Day 11 – 13).

    • Tours and activities as indicated in the itinerary. 

    • A professional and licensed English-speaking guide.

    • All entrance fees, donations and parking fees as per itinerary. 

    • 7% local government tax.

    Not Include

    • Visa fee / arrangements if applicable. 

    • Any domestic or international flights. 

    • Any Covid-19 related expense such as RT-PCR test, Insurance, Arrival & Departure RT-PCR test and other related

      expenses are not included in the program. 

    • Any alcoholic beverages. 

    • Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone call, room service, mini bar, etc. 

    • Personal health and travel insurance. 

    • Gratuities/ tipping for driver and/or guide and porterage. 

    • Any applicable high season and peak /festive season surcharge. 

    • Any additional excursion/optional tours/activites that are not mentioned in the itinerary


    Peak Season Surcharge

    28 Jan to 01 Feb 2022              C$30 per room/night

    13 to 15 Apr 2022                    C$45 per room/night

    Booking / Cancellation Policy


    A deposit of C$300 per person is required within 7 days after booking confirmation.



    If customer wishes to cancel booked and confirmed services, it must be in writing to One Dream Travel, other than the exceptions set out below, cancellation fees will apply as follows:

    * 60 days or more prior to scheduled departure – $300.00 (Deposit)
    * 59 – 45 days prior to scheduled departure – 25% of total tour cost
    * 44 – 31 days prior to scheduled departure – 50% of total tour cost
    * 30 – 0 days prior to scheduled departure – 100% of total tour cost

    After travel document has been issued | 100% of tour price (Cancellation Fee)


    Unused portions of any tour, including hotel accommodation, sightseeing tours, extra hotel nights, airfare or other items included in the tour are fully NON-REFUNDABLE after your departure whatever the reason is that you cannot continue with your

    tour. All refunds are subject to the consent of the service provider.

    No shows without prior cancellation, will not be entitled to any refund (except force majeure cases, which will be examined on a case-by-case basis).


    General deposit and cancellation policy listed above are based on land inclusive packages described on the website. In the case of changes as imposed by the service provider, a different deposit requirement and/ or cancellation policy might apply based on each individual booking. We will advise you accordingly at the time of booking confirmation.


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