Itinerary : Thailand Backpacking

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Thailand Backpacking

15 days

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Thailand Thailand

Bangkok

Pattaya

Hua Hin

Ko Samui

Phuket

Chiang Mai

from day 1 to day 3
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Lub d Bangkok - Siam Square

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Beirut Food Court in Siam Paragon Na Aroon Ban Chiang Bankara Ramen Bella Napoli Dosa King May Kaidee's Sunrise Tacos Tacos & Salsa

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Grand Palace Reclining Buddha Wat Arun Temple Shopping in Siam Chatuchak Weekend Market Go Go Bars Shopping in Sukhumvit Shopping in Pratunam Traditional Thai Spa Khao San Road Jim Thompson House Damnoen Saduak Floating Market Chao Phraya River Cruise

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Day 1:

1. Explore Grand Palace, the architectural symbol of Bangkok, located in the heart of the city.
2. Feel the tranquillity at Wat Pho Temple, home to the 46 m long Reclining Buddha statue.
3. Enjoy feasting on a variety of Thai dishes along with live entertainment while onboard a Dinner Cruise on the Chao Phraya River.

4. Experience the seedy Bangkok nightlife at its best at Soi Cowboy (street).


Day 2:

1. Take a peek inside the beautiful Jim Thompson House, a museum housing collectibles of the American entrepreneur of the same name.
2. Put your analytical skills to test while playing the Escape Hunt, an indoor live puzzle game. 
3. Explore the long stretch of Sukhumvit, famous for nightlife spots, shopping malls, restaurants, and bars.
4. Pamper yourself to a traditional Thai spa treatment at Wat Pho Thai Traditional Massage School.

5.  Head to Khao San Road for a budget-friendly and authentic dining experience.

Day 3:

1. Visit the unique Damnoen Saduak Floating Market to get a feel of an authentic Thai market.

2. Marvel at the architectural beauty of the majestic Wat Arun Temple.
3. Indulge in street side shopping in the Pratunam area or at Siam Paragon, one of Bangkok’s biggest shopping centres.
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3. If you are in Bangkok during the weekend; shop till you drop in the largest market in Thailand—the Chatuchak Weekend Market.

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  • Thailand
  • Bangkok
  • Pattaya
  • Hua Hin
  • Ko Samui
  • Phuket
  • Chiang Mai

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