Treasures of Thailand with Cambodia's Angkor

The temples and tuk tuks of Bangkok give way to the ancient traditions of Chiang Mai on this in-depth trip.

The heritage of two ancient kingdoms are traced along this pilgrimage through Thailand and Cambodia. A journey from the colourful streets of Bangkok to the spiritual centre of Sukhothai and the sacred spaces of Chiang Mai. Then on to explore the ruins of Angkor Wat with a renowned scholar who'll unveil the secrets behind the Khmer Empire.

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What's included

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14 nights

Accommodation

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29 Meals

14 buffet breakfasts, 9 lunches (including Connect with Locals) , 6 dinners

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CONNECT WITH LOCALS

Join the Saiwangjit family who live in a wooden Thai stilt house for a traditional northern Thai-style meal (Day 9). Catch a rare glimpse into traditional Khmer life and cuisine, enjoying lunch with a local family in their traditional 80-year-old wooden house on their dragon fruit farm (Day 12).

DIVE INTO CULTURE

Visit Lumpini Park in Bangkok and join the locals in their daily T'ai Chi practice (Day 2). Enjoy a traditional Thai massage in the grounds of Wat Pho, a centre for traditional Thai massage (Day 2). Learn the secrets of Thai cooking and visit a local market to buy fresh ingredients (Day 3). Stop at a coconut palm sugar plantation and discover how the farmer extracts the sap from the palm trees to be turned into sugar (Day 4).

LOCAL SPECIALISTS

in Bangkok (Day 3), Angkor Wat (Day 12)

MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Visit a local primary school where the local children are integrated with those of the Hmong and Lahu hill tribes and visit the`Friends of the Asian Elephants', a Thai registered foundation looking after the welfare of elephants throughout Thailand (Day 8). Visit Artisans d'Angkor, where our visit contributes to creating job opportunities for disadvantaged rural youths (Day 12) and at Peak Sneng village, meeting local villagers and discovering some traditional Cambodian crafts (Day 14).

STAYS WITH STORIES

Relax at your charming hotel with its exotic Lanna-Burmese style architecture, perfectly positioned near the Pratu Suan Dok Gate in Chiang Mai's Old Town. (Day 8)


Sightseeing highlights

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City tour of Bangkok and Chiang Mai

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See the Bridge over the River Kwai in Kanchanaburi

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Visit Wat Pho Temple, the Grand Palace in Bangkok, Damnoen Saduak floating market, the ancient city of Ayutthaya, Sukhothai Heritage Park, Siem Reap Old Town, the temples of Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, Wat Damnak, Ta Prohm, Banteay Srei

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