From Bangkok to the islands of the Gulf of Thailand

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Combining the discovery of Bangkok, one of the world's most fascinating megalopolises, with the fervour of Koh Samui, the beauty of Koh Pha Ngan and the underwater wonders of Koh Tao (three islands a few kilometres apart), this week's programme is full of discoveries

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Wat Phra Kaew and the Grand Palais. Big Buddha, Koh Samui.

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Steps

  • Bangkok
  • Koh Samui - Bang Rak - Big Buddha
  • Thong Sala
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Details of the stay: From Bangkok to the islands of the Gulf of Thailand - 7 days

Day 1 : Bangkok

Discover and visit temples or museums by boat along the Chao Phraya River (Wat Phra Keo, Wat Po, Wat Po, National Museum,Wat Arun...). Stroll up the klongs aboard the famous long tail boats

Day 2 : Chinatown, shopping and fiesta

Climb into a tuk-tuk, direction Chinatown for lunch. You can take advantage of this opportunity to make some purchases in the huge Chinese market. Evening with a cocktail on the terrace of a skyscraper or in the fervour of Sukhumvit. The most enduring will visit one of the many discos in the area.

Day 3 : Direction the beach

Transit to Koh Samui (plane or ferry). Quiet day or sighting of the island by scooter (be careful on the road!) to see one of the many waterfalls. In the evening, boxing match or dinner in a small local restaurant to get into the atmosphere.

Day 4 : Koh Samui

A day of idleness on the tourist Chaweng, the wildest Lamaï, Big Buddha Beach (which will allow you to see up close the immense Buddha, symbol of the island) or the tranquil Maenam. Before continuing with a wild evening at the Ark Bar, feet in the sand.

Day 5 : Koh Tao

Boat to Koh Tao, the Mecca for divers. It offers mostly beautiful beaches (especially the most difficult to access such as Mango Bay), coconut groves and coral reefs, much frequented by dive clubs, where you can admire a wide variety of tropical fish and some sharks from afar.

Day 6 : Koh Pha Ngan

Day on one of the beautiful beaches of the island (Haad Rin, Ko Ma, Nai Pan Noi, Haad Salad, etc.). On the program: lazing around, diving, massage, snorkeling and kayak or taxi boat ride. Check the calendar to see if a moon party (full moon, half moon...) is organised. Fluo outfit required!

Day 7 : Koh Pha Ngan in the Land

Possibility to make some excursions inside the land to discover the island's panoramas, waterfalls, temples and other wonders. In the evening, enjoy the freshness of seafood in one of the pleasant restaurants of Chaloklum, the famous fishing village of the northern island.

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