Discover more about culture, nature and historical sites in beautiful Thailand with tours that not many people tried.
Explore the hidden treasure of Thailand
If you are bored of overpopulated tourist destinations in Thailand and want to go to the green forest and silver sea, this Hidden Treasure Thailand tour is all you need. After a night in Bangkok, you will come to the mountains and waterfalls of Khao Yai National Park. This UNESCO’s world heritage includes animals, including newspapers, bears, beavers, gibbons, about 200 elephants and nearly 400 species of birds. At the end of the tour, you will come to the tropical island of Koh Kood, one of the few pristine islands in Thailand where you can relax on the beach, kayak amid mangroves or dive Between colorful coral reefs.
Challenge with cycling tour
The 8-day Bangkok-Phuket bike tour will satisfy your passions exploring the deserted streets of Bangkok to the south, if you are physically fit. Roll about 100 kilometers per day, the total distance to about 850 kilometers, you will stroll around the limestone mountains, across remote villages, temples and many national parks. At night, you will rest at the beach resort, relax with the surf and enjoy the seafood party. Destination of the journey is Phuket, with beautiful beach is reward for those who try to come along.
Live on the boat house
If you’ve ever wondered how life on the boat would be, try once with Boat House and Zoo tours. You will visit the famous River Kwai Bridge, built by prisoners during World War II, which also inspired the 1957 movie “River Kwai Bridge.” Then you will visit the Coconut Island, which houses up to 1,200 coconut trees, kayak trips to the caves – the habitat of hundreds of bats, or walk through the peaceful isolated Karen ethnic villages in hilly and mountainous areas and chat with local people. In addition, you will have the opportunity to visit Mon Bridge, the longest wooden bridge in Thailand and explore the diverse culture of Sangklaburi before returning to Bangkok.
Explore Thailand’s diverse culture
With a mysterious Thailand tour, visitors will discover the Thai culture, from bustling streets in Bangkok to the shelter of ethnic minority people, giving you a full view about the Thai tradition. Visitors will also visit the Asian Elephant Hospital, the world’s first hospital to provide health care to sick or abused elephants. Here, visitors will learn about the natural life, how to protect and of course meet a few “special patients” again.
The next step will take you to the ancient capital city of Sukhothai, which has existed since the 13th century. You can walk around the park listed on the World Heritage List, which records the golden age of Thai civilization, the name of this place means “Dawn of happiness”. You even have the opportunity to stay at a bungalow next to the Kwai River Bridge.
Travel to Thailand with family
All family can enjoy together tour “Family Trip to the Kwai River and jungle”. Take a tuk-tuk ride to the Royal Palace in Bangkok; Learn about boxing skills at Muay Thai training areas; Engage in drama; Play football with students at Yaowawit School. After that, the whole family will observe the dolphins, seals, lovers when they come to Ang Thong National Marine Park. In addition, you and your family have the opportunity to expand your knowledge by taking part in cooking classes or visiting the most interesting museums in Bangkok.
Along the “Thai Heart” tour, visitors will discover the places honored in this country. You will have the rare opportunity of witnessing the morning prayers at Wat Pho, visiting temples in the early morning hours before the noisy crowd comes. Excursions on the Amphawa Floating Market, admire the famous Kwai River, visit Siamese ancient ruins. The last days of the tour, relaxation opportunities await you at Koh Samet’s tranquil island, where you can fish, or spend a lot of fun on the long, seemingly endless beach.
Saving Thailand tour
The “Thailand at your fingertips” tour is especially aimed at those seeking to explore Thailand from the South to the North with limited wallet. For those between the ages of 18 and 39, you will begin your journey in Bangkok, visiting temples, Wax Po and the Royal Palace. After that, the journey continues to the bustling streets of Bangkok, along the riverside and night train to Chiang Mai. Continuing the journey in ethnic villages is an opportunity to interact with diverse cultures, learn the faith and practice indigenous people. You will then head south, visit the beautiful Khao Sok National Park, visit Ko Samui and Koh Tao, where you can dive or participate in exciting underwater activities.