Thailand:-Hum-of-the-city-to-rainforest-birdsong

1-5,Bangkok

Enjoy the thriving metropolis that is Thailand’s capital city. This riverine city, strung out along the Chao Phraya River and sliced up by an extensive network of canals known as klongs, is best enjoyed from the water. Take the ferry to the Grand Palace, Wat Arun and the city’s many other riverside sights. At the end of the day, ascend to one of Bangkok’s many rooftop bars and watch the sun sink below the horizon behind the absorbingThai capital.

1h05m to Khao Sok National Park

6-7,Khao Sok National Park

Escape to this tranquil nature reserve, one of Southern Thailand’s finest. Featuring a dense jungle, impressive limestone formations and a man-made lake, this area is home to many rare species of plants and animals. Visitors are able to explore the park on elephant-back tours, rafting trips or along the many hiking trails that criss-cross the park.

4h42m to Koh Samui

1h05m to Khao Sok National Park

8-14,Koh Samui

Wake up on one of the largest islands in the Gulf of Thailand. Justifiably famous for its picture-postcard beaches and dense rainforest, the area boasts a wide range of tourist amenities. With luxurious resorts, relaxing spas and an active nightlife, this area has become one of the most popular spots in Thailand for visitors amidst tough competition.