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Thailand Toddler Tour

This itinerary is ideal for families with children under five years old. No domestic flights are required, transfers aren’t too long, and your family can enjoy a great mix of city, adventure, rain forest and beach. Hua Hin is a great beach destination for families as it has a long sandy beaches, shallow waters and a good infrastructure.

Highlights of this tour:

  • Visit the Grand Palace in Bangkok and cruise along Chao Phraya River
  • Visit Damneon Saduak, Thailand’s most colourful floating market
  • Take a train over the Bridge over the River Kwai in Kanchanaburi
  • Bathe in emerald pools of the Erawan Falls
  • Relax at the long sandy beaches of Hua Hin

Your Itinerary

Day 1 - Sawasdee to Thailand

Upon arrival at Suvarnabhumi International Airport, your Fleewinter guide will be waiting for you in the pick up area. You will then be privately transferred to your hotel. We have nothing planned for you today so you can get accustomed to your surroundings. We will be happy to provide suggestions for your first dinner in Bangkok. (Clover Asoke, Executive Corner Room + extra bed).

Day 2 - Best of Bangkok by boat

Your private guide will show you the highlights of Bangkok today. First, head to the Grand Palace, where an English governess tutored a young prince and may have influenced his powerful father. Here you can also see the Emerald Buddha, the most revered shrine in the Kingdom. After, visit Wat Po and the gigantic gold-plated Reclining Buddha, before taking a water taxi to Wat Arun, the Temple of the Dawn.

Day 3 - Floating Market and a train ride

This morning, you will be picked up from your hotel by your guide for a full-day tour to Damneon Saduak, the largest and most colorful floating market in the Kingdom of Siam. Continue to Kanchanaburi in time to catch the train for the most scenic part of the “Burma Railway.” Visit the bridge over the River Kwai, the Chung Khai war cemetery and the Thailand-Burma Centre. (Mida Resort, Superior Room + extra bed).

Day 4 - Emerald Falls

This morning, meet your guide for a half-day tour to Erawan Waterfall. Its seven levels drop down over 1,500m and the falls are regarded as one of the most beautiful in Thailand. You can swim in some of the pools created by the falls. Around the park are also several caves where you can explore and see some wonderful limestone formations, stalactites and stalagmites.

Day 5 - A day at leisure in Kanchanaburi

Enjoy today at leisure at the hotel pool or explore your surroundings at your own pace. Kayaking, a leisurely bike ride, a cooking class – there are lots of options to keep you busy in Kanchanaburi.

Day 6 - From the river to the beach

After breakfast you will be privately transferred to Hua Hin, a mix of city and sea with long beaches, colourful markets and a great infrastructure. The beaches are sandy and long and the water is shallow which will be great for your little ones. You will be accommodated in a bungalow in typical Thai design (Baan Duangkaew, Family Room).

Day 7 - 10 - Relaxing in Hua Hin

We have nothing planned for you in Hua Hin. However, there are lots of options if you don’t feel like lazing at the beach or pool all day. The night market is a great place to try some local delicacies, you can explore the Palau Waterfalls or take a boat trip to Phraya Nakhon Cave.

Day 11 - Bon Voyage

This morning you will be picked up and privately transferred to Bangkok International Airport from where you can catch your international flight.


This itinerary costs from £850 per person B&B based on 4 sharing one room and including all private transfers but not international flights (2 children under 6 years). Do ask us for advice in regards to booking international flights. We are also happy to book the flights for you but a booking fee may apply.

Please remember this is a sample itinerary and we are happy to modify it to suit your plans.  We can add or remove days and look at different places to stay.

What's included?

  • Prices start from £850 per person, based on 4 sharing one room (2 children under 6 years)
  • Accommodation on B&B basis
  • Private transfers (air-conditioned vehicle)
  • All entrance fees with service of English speaking guide for excursions
  • Internal flight
  • Local taxes
  • All trips are ATOL protected or ABTA bonded to ensure you are fully covered
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