Thailand Elephant Village Experience, 14 Nights
Each week you spend 4 days living in the village, immersed into the mahout way of life From Monday to Thursday you'll be hands-on with the day to day care of the elephants. You will assist with providing food and water, mucking out and helping to bathe them - great fun You'll learn to work with ...
Travel Dates: 1 January - 30 June 2017
Thailand Family Holiday, 12 Days
Day 1 Bangkok. There are so many exciting ways to see the sights in Bangkok - hail a tuk-tuk to explore the busy streets or shop up a storm in the markets. Day 2-3 Kanchanaburi. Cruise through the canals of Bangkok to see the magnificent Reclining Buddha at Wat Pho and perhaps explore the city's ...
Travel Dates: Valid for select travel dates 27 January to 31 December 2016
Totally Thailand, 28 Nights
Along with a group of like-minded young travellers, you'll have loads of fun, interact and work with local Thai people, take part in some fantastic activities and experience the incredible variety of this awesome country. Starting and finishing in the capital city of Bangkok you will travel north...
Travel Dates: 1 January - 31 December 2016
Enjoy your very own authentic Thai experience on a tour of vibrant Bangkok. This concrete jungle hides some pretty spectacular gems, from floating markets to the Grand Palace; cooking lessons to dinner cruises. There is so much going on in this bustling city, and an organised tour led by a knowledgeable guide is the perfect way to make the most of your time here.
Don’t miss these Bangkok attractions
- Damnern Saduak’s floating markets
- Grand Palace
- Wat Pho and Wat Phra Kaew
- Cooking class
- Chao Phraya River cruise
Whether aboard a traditional tuk-tuk or peddling through Bangkok's congested city streets on a bicycle tour, you'll soon come to marvel at how extraordinarily diverse Thailand's cosmopolitan capital city is. From the delicious food of its street stalls and malls to its eclectic nightlife and teeming markets, there's no shortage of things to do in Bangkok.
The city's winding Chao Phraya River is a perfect starting point for exploration and you can continue your water-based exploration at Damnern Saduak's unique floating market. Once you've exhausted your tastebuds at the floating market, be sure to visit Phra Pathom Chedi – the largest pagoda in Southeast Asia.
You can explore the city's oldest Buddhist temple, Wat Po, as part of a guided Temple and River of Kings day tour. Other popular tours take in the spectacular sights of the Grand Palace – with its famous Emerald Buddha – is also not to be missed.
Why not escape the hustle and bustle of the city on a day tour to Khao Yai National Park. You can come face to face with a tiger, ride an oxcart through open rice fields or simply enjoy getting up close and personal with one of the park's resident friendly elephants.