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Exploring Thailand

Family adventure in Thailand

With its family-friendly culture, natural diversity, wildlife, great infrastructure and pristine beaches, Thailand is the perfect holiday destination for families.


  • Get to know Bangkok in the most fun and interactive way
  • Visit Damnoen Saduak, the largest and most colorful floating market in the Kingdom
  • See the magnificent Erawan Falls in Kanchanaburi
  • Take a train rider over the river of Kwai
  • Explore the many inlets of Cheow Lan Lake by kayak
  • Meet Elephants at Khao Sok National Park
  • Relax on the white sandy beaches on Phuket

Your Itinerary

Day 1 - Sawasdee Ka to Bangkok

You will be met at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport by your private chauffeur and be driven to your family hotel in the centre. We have left this afternoon and evening free for you to relax, unwind and become accustomed to your new surroundings. Your Fleewinter guide will offer lots of tips and suggestions if you would like to eat out tonight. (Chatrium, Grand Suite Two-Bedroom)

Day 2 - Bangkok’s Highlights done right

This morning you will be picked up by your private guide to go on a special walking tour to explore the hidden side of Bangkok. From the Giant Swing via the prison park we wander through small alleys, encounter guardian spirit signs, fresh markets and more. After, we visit the famous Grand Palace Complex including the Temple of The Emerald Buddha and Wat Pho – the must-see sights for every visitor to Bangkok.

Day 3 - Discovery Trail through Bangkok

Today we will explore the real life and hidden treasures of the buzzing Thai capital: Our Gastronomy Trail combines interactive challenge to immerse yourself with locals and explore lesser known part of Bangkok. You will discover Thai food by racing through one of Bangkok’s biggest fresh markets, make a popular Thai dish from scratch, and taste mysterious dishes including sweet traditional desserts. Ideal to learn more about Thai culture, this fun experience will take you and your family around Bangkok in the most fun and interactive way.

Day 4 - Floating markets and the bridge over the river Kwai

Rise early today for the 90-minute drive to Damnoen Saduak, the largest and most colorful floating market in the Kingdom. Wander through the canals with your private guide exploring vendors goods and sampling some of their many delicacies. Continue through endless emerald-green rice paddocks and on to the infamous Bridge over the River Kwai in Kanchanaburi. Visit the Chung Khai War Cemetery and learn about the circumstances in which the Burma Railway was built by POW’s in WWII. End the day with a ride on the train across the bridge. (River Kwai Jungle Raft, 2 x Floating Bamboo Raft Rooms)

Day 5 - Bathing in Emerald green ponds

After breakfast, meet guide and have a visit the Erawan Waterfall. You will spend a couple of hours at this wonderful waterfall. You can walk up all the way to the top of the waterfall or have a swim in the crystal clear water at one of the many levels of the falls. In the afternoon, you will be transferred to your luxury eco-nature lodge, a special experience for your family. (Hintok River camp, 2 x Tented Camp Rooms)

Day 6 - Welcome to the Khao Sok National Park

After a morning of leisure at the camp, we will fly you to Surat Thani. Upon arrival at the airport, meet your private driver who will transfer you to the resort. Discover the Anurak Community Lodge, a peaceful retreat set in the Khao Sok National Park, amid the lush vegetation of one of the oldest rainforests in the world. Enjoy your afternoon surrounded by the fantastic colours and sounds of the jungle. (Anurak Lodge, 2 x Standard Bungalows)

Day 7 - A day at Lake Cheow Lan

Cheow Lan Lake is an emerald green lake in Khao Sok National Park. It is possible hire local boats for day trips, as well as to stay in overnight accommodation at one of the  floating raft houses located on the lake itself. These houses are an ideal way to enjoy the lake’s spectacular natural surroundings and observe the diverse variety of wildlife. Dip into the pristine waters of Cheow Lan Lake, rent a kayak and explore the many inlets of the Lake and beautiful surroundings, or just swim, relax and sunbathe while taking in the scenery.

Day 8 - Meeting Elephants

This morning, you will be transferred to the Phang Nga Elephant Park where you will meet the gentle giants up close and learn how to feed and bathe them. Your experienced guide will explain about the life and history of the Asian elephant, about the Park’s mission and why they believe there is a vital need for ethical elephant-human interactions. Enjoy a freshly cooked traditional Thai lunch before we will transfer you to your luxurious family-friendly resort in Phuket. (Pullman Phuket Arcadia Naithon, Family Room)

Day 9 - Day 11 - Beach time on Phuket

This Beach Resort offers guests a tranquil and relaxing getaway with direct beach access to the beautiful Naithon Beach. With sophisticated and contemporary design, this resort brings a cosmopolitan sensibility to a seaside setting, and is the perfect getaway for families. A kid’s club and babysitting service are available.

Day 12 - Bon Voyage!

Check out is at 12.00hrs. Meet your private driver who will transfer you to Phuket airport. Safe travels!

What's included?

  • Prices start from £1,990 per person
  • Accommodation on B&B basis
  • Private transfers (air-conditioned vehicle)
  • All entrance fees with service of English speaking guide for excursions
  • Dinner on Day 4, Lunches on Day 2, 3, 4, 5, 7 and 8
  • Internal flights
  • Local taxes
  • All trips are ATOL protected or ABTA bonded to ensure you are fully covered
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