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Bangkok, Phuket and Krabi Multi Centre

Arriving into Bangkok you will be met with intense heat and a bustling centre balanced by magnificent Buddhist temples and palaces. This vibrant and contrasting city offers a fascinating mix of traditional and modern, while still preserving it's cultural heritage. A short flight to Phuket takes you to Thailand's most famous beach resort known for it's palm-fringed shores. Krabi is only a few hours by road away but very different to Phuket, the scenery of limestone cliffs really are a spectacular slight to see.

15 days

Guide Price

 £1,499  pp
Start your journey
a small boat in a body of water

Trip highlights

  • Bustling city life
  • Short flight to Phuket
  • Palm fringed shores
  • Dramatic limestone cliffs

Imagine long, lazy days spent relaxing on stunning, palm-fringed beaches under the golden sun in Phuket. Thailand's largest and most famous dream destination, the island is as colourful as it is cosmopolitan. You could easily spend a week lazing on the beaches but don't miss out on the shimmering temples, colonial mansions. While out and about you may even see elephants coming down to play in the waves and cool off.

From dramatic limestone cliffs, gorgeous shores to culturally significant temples, Krabi has so much diversity. This is a great base for island hopping with Koh Lanta and Koh Yao Nai both within easy access or for the more adventurous rock climbing and jungle trekking are also a great way to explore. By day take a traditional long tail boat ride to the uninhabited offshore islands, snorkel in the crystal clear waters and take in the sights of the cultural temples. By night explore walking street for handicrafts, delicious Thai food and nightly entertainment. We would recommend spending at least five nights here to take in all that Krabi has to offer.

Asia's most distinctive city is a haven for those who are fascinated by palaces or golden temples, such as the incredible Grand Palace or the Emerald Buddha Temple. Prepare to be spellbound by the Wat Arun temple, found on the Chao Phraya River with it's 70 metre glass spire.