Why do some families go all the way to Thailand just to lie on the beach? We don’t know either. Our family adventure mixes a whole lot of bona fide Thai experiences – everything from a longboat tour of Bangkok, a meeting with a hill tribe community, a cooking class in Chiang Mai and a somber visit to the infamous bridge over the River Kwai – with a little bit of sand and surf, too. Hey, even the Buddha reclined and relaxed once in a while, right?
Arrival and departure transfer. Guided tour of Bangkok klongs and Wat Po. Temple visits in Ayutthaya. Bridge on the River Kwai visit and Erawan National Park. Cooking class in Chiang Mai. Free time on Koh Chang beaches.
11 breakfasts, 1 dinner (Allow USD230-300 for meals not included.)
Hotels (9 nts), sleeper train (2 nt)
Train, local bus, walking.
Chief Experience Officer (CEO) throughout, local guides
Small group experience; Max 20, Avg 12