15 Day Sample Itinerary

Pattaya, Hua Hin and Bangkok Multi Centre

Contrast in the gulf of Thailand

With a twice a daily ferry service linking Pattaya and Hua Hin, this is a perfect opportunity to experience two very different beach resorts on one trip. Add vivacious Bangkok into the mix and you have a great itinerary combining activity and relaxation.

Your adventure begins in Pattaya. Sometimes chaotic, frenzied and utterly entertaining, while offering world-class resorts and dining opportunities. Pattaya offers a cocktail of sun, sea and fun. Your next stop is Hua Hin – known as a holiday destination for Royalty and high society since the 1920’s. With a cosmopolitan atmosphere, lively markets and long, wide beaches, this is a destination with something to offer everyone. Your third stop is in the exciting Thai Capital of Bangkok, with its cultural attractions, excellent shopping opportunities and mouth-watering cuisine to rival anywhere in the world.

Sample Itinerary Summary

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15 days
Guide Price
£1,449 per person
Our guide price gives you an idea of pricing which will vary depending on exchange rates, accommodation, duration, dates, airline and cabin class.
Destination Breakdown

Itinerary Breakdown

  • Itinerary Highlights

    • Great itinerary for winter sun
    • Lots of shopping and nightlife opportunities
    • So many activities - including golf, cycling and horse riding
    • Miles and miles of stunning beaches
    • Affordable luxuries - massages, tailors and private drivers

Ideal for both couples and families, Pattaya boasts three water parks to help keep you cool, while there are also plenty of golf courses, more so than in the rest of Thailand, with epic greens and fantastic facilities. We highly recommend visiting the Four Regions floating market: Pattaya’s only water market where you can experience local living and indulge in excellent Thai fare.

Hua Hin

Hua Hin is Thailand’s original beach resort, full of lively markets, paradise sands and world-class golf courses.

This cosy corner of Thailand is where the Thai royal family regularly choose to holiday during the warmer months and is also where the delicious Thai wine originates. Hua Hin has something to suit every traveller: whether you’re a keen golfer, a sun worshipper or a culture vulture. Each year, the jazz festival takes place here, and the Hua Hin railway station is a particular highlight with its beautiful architecture and intricate wooden paintings. 


Bangkok offers a fascinating blend of traditional and modern, bursting with vibrancy and making for the perfect contrast to Hua Hin. A trip to the city wouldn’t be complete without a spot of shopping; from swanky upmarket boutiques to authentic market stalls, there’s something for everyone. A great way to see the city is by Tuk Tuk; hire a driver and spend a few hours hopping between the many stunning temples. For the best view in the house, head to a rooftop bar and take in the sparkling scenes of the city at night time.

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Snorkeling in Koh Talu, Hua Hin

Visit the symbol of Koh Talu (the natural big hole in the rock). Enjoy swimming and snorkeling at Yai Bay - this area is very famous for its coral garden and diving spot. Lunch will be served on the Island. Relax on the beach before returning back to Baanmapraw pier.


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Religious building

Hua Hin's Beautiful temples

Hua Hin is home to many beautiful temples, each with their own story and history to tell, and your trip to the Thai resort wouldn't be the same without exploring at least one.

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Thailand Festivals

There is arguably no better way to appreciate a nation’s culture, heritage and traditions than to experience one of its festivals. These festivals typically run once a year, and are created and shaped by the local people, often showcasing centuries-old customs and beliefs.

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Ancient Ayutthaya by River Cruise - Full Day

Ayutthaya lies about an hour’s journey by coach to the north of Bangkok and was the proud and powerful ancient capital of Siam until its destruction, 230 or so years ago. Much of the fabulous ornate city was lost at that time but what remains will still give you an excellent idea of life during the 4 centuries that the Kings of Ayutthaya ruled.

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Floating market Bangkok


Floating Market

Visit  the world famous floating market of "Damnern Saduak". The colourfully clad merchants at these lively markets paddle along congested canals in sturdy canoes laden with fresh fruits and vegetables to sell to shoppers on the banks. There is a lot of chatter and activity - bargaining is common. You visit the lively market at its best early in the morning, before the crowds arrive and the day's heat breaks.

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