11 Day Sample Itinerary

Chiang Rai and Hua Hin Multi Centre

Culture, Wildlife and Beaches

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The quieter neighbor of Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai is a land of outstanding natural beauty, where visitors looking to avoid the hordes can visit remote hill tribes, spot exotic wildlife, and check out the golden triangle. Spend time at the luxurious Anantara Elephant Camp - Established in 2003 - which performs street rescues, provides employment and gives a comfortable lifestyle for rescued elephants. Experience the wonder of these magnificent animals and the luxury of a unique resort which features a spa, swimming pool, bar and two restaurants.

Continue your adventure in Hua Hin where in addition to beach fun and games, outstanding seafood restaurants, and a vibrant night market, Hua Hin is well known for having some of the finest golf courses in Thailand, as well as some of the most renowned resorts and destination spas in the world.

Our Experts Recommend:
  • Scenic surroundings
  • Exotic Wildlife
  • Visit the Golden Triangle
  • Royal Beaches

Sample Itinerary Summary

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11 days
Guide Price
£1,529 per person
Price based on
Based on 12 September 18 departure from London Heathrow flying with Eva Air, staying for 3 nights bed and breakfast in a Studio Room (Chiang Rai) and 7 nights bed and breakfast in a Sky Pool Room (Hua Hin) including transfers.
Our guide price gives you an idea of how much to budget for an itinerary like this. The price will vary based on many elements including exchange rates, and your choice of accommodation, duration, departure date, airline and cabin class.
Destination Breakdown
Chiang Rai

Known as the Gateway to the Golden Triangle, Chiang Rai has a more relaxed, outdoorsy vibe than neighbouring Chiang Mai, giving it a laid-back charm. Everything is on a smaller scale here, from the tiny night market to the cleaner air. We love Chiang Rai for its scenic surroundings, national parks, botanical gardens, caves, and excellent trekking areas. Take a bicycle ride around the small town centre, visit Chiang Rai Beach, and head out to the lush scenery of the nearby hills and forest parks.

Hua Hin

This peaceful fishing village is a royal getaway and one of Thailand's oldest and most traditional resorts. Hua Hin combines paradise with an authentic Thai identity as you walk the powdery, white sand shores to the southern headland, where a Buddhist temple clings to the cliffs. Hua Hin is a golfers paradise with no less than seven golf courses all within easy reach. An experience that is not to be missed while in Hua Hin is eating at one of the wooden restaurants perched on stilts by the fishing pier and tasting the fresh, locally caught seafood.