Step back into history at the 'Bridge on the River Kwai', impress your friends with your Thai cooking skills, receive a blessing from a monk at the temple of Doi Suthep, visit a local village for an authentic khantoke dinner, explore Ayutthaya's ancient ruins
It’s difficult to fit all the varied experiences of northern Thailand into just one week, but we found a way. Through a combination of flights, boats and the omnipresent tuk tuk, travellers need not sacrifice cultural activities and inspiring sites on this comfort-focused trip. Experience golden monasteries, cooking classes and thriving night markets as well as the sobering 'Death Railway', where legions of POWs met a cruel fate in World War II. Prepare to return home a different person.
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Travel to Kanchanaburi, home to the 'Bridge on the River Kwai'. Take a train journey on the 'Death Railway' and visit the Thai/Burma War Museum and War Cemetery.
Morning visit to Erawan Waterfalls then travel to Ayutthaya and enjoy dinner on a rice barge.
Explore the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Ayutthaya Historical Park, then return to Bangkok to catch a flight to Chiang Mai.
Arrive in the capital of the North, where we take a Thai cooking class at a private culinary school and listen to monks chanting at Doi Suthep Temple. Also visit a rural village and enjoy an authentic Khantoke dinner of local specialties. Option to visit the Elephant Conservation Centre and explore the night market.
Flight to bustling Bangkok for a klong riverboat tour and visit to Wat Po.
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