South East Asia Loop Kambodscha · Laos · Thailand  U.A.

South East Asia Loop

  • Mystisches Angkor Wat & Kultur der Khmer
  • Phnom Penh & Ho Chi Minh City
  • Entspannung in Nha Trang
  • Kulturelle Schätze von Hoi An & Hue
  • Märchenlandschaft von Vang Vieng
  • Tempel & Charme von Luang Prabang
  • Leben entlang des mächtigen Mekong
  • Charme von Chiang Mai
  • Weltmetropole Bangkok
  • Überblick
  • Leistungen
  • Reiseverlauf
  • Termine & Preise
  • Zusatzinformationen

29 Tage Kambodscha · Laos · Thailand · Vietnam

ab 1.099 € zzgl. 680,00 $ (ca. 591 €)
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Bei dieser Rundreise für junge Leute durch Südostasien werden zahlreiche Höhepunkte der Länder Vietnam, Laos, Kambodscha und Thailand besucht. Du kannst die Köstlichkeiten der Straßenstände von Ho Chi Minh City kosten, durch die Reisfelder von Laos radeln oder durch die Bergdörfern in der Nähe von Chiang Mai wandern. Tauch ein in das Nachtleben der pulsierenden Metropole Bangkok oder lass dir maßgeschneiderte Kleidung in Hoi An schneidern. Südostasien ist so abwechslungsreich und faszinierend zugleich! Erkunde die Sehenswürdigkeiten und herrlichen Landschaften von Südostasien während dieser Tour zusammen mit gleichgesinnten aus aller Welt.

1. Tag: Bangkok
Entdecke Bangkok auf eigene Faust.

2.-3. Tag: Siem Reap
Weiterreise in das ehemalige Königreich der Khmer. Erkunde optional das weltberühmte Angkor Wat.

4.-5. Tag: Phnom Penh
Im Tuol Sleng Genozid Museum und Choeung Ek, dem bekanntesten der Killing Fields, kannst du mehr über die grausame Vergangenheit Kambodschas erfahren.

6. Tag: Mekong Delta
Lerne das Leben entlang der Lebensader Südostasiens kennen.

7.-8. Tag: Ho Chi Minh City
Geh auf dem Ben Thanh Markt auf Schnäppchenjagd oder besuche den Wiedervereinigungspalast.

9.-10. Tag: Nha Trang
An den herrlichen Sandstränden lässt es sich gut leben. Auf einer Bootstour kannst du im glasklaren Wasser schwimmen und schnorcheln.

11.-13. Tag: Hoi An
Bunte Laternen, unzählige Schneiderläden und historische Architektur erwarten dich. Eine Fahrradtour bringt uns zum schönen Strand.

14.-15. Tag: Hue
Über den malerischen Hai van Pass geht es in die ehemalige Kaiserstadt Hue, wo wir die Zitadelle besuchen. Genieße die geschäftige Atmosphäre auf den Märkten.

16.-18. Tag: Hanoi
Schlendere durch die Gassen der charmanten Altstadt, koste leckeres Street Food oder unternimm einen Ausflug in die malerische Halong Bucht.

19. Tag: Hanoi - Vientiane
Flug nach Vientiane.

20.-21. Tag: Vang Vieng
Wir machen eine Radtour durch traumhafte Landschaft zur Blauen Lagune, wo du ein erfrischendes Bad nehmen kannst.

22.-23. Tag: Luang Prabang
In Luang Prabang kannst du den allmorgendlichen Almosengang der Mönche hautnah miterleben.

24.-25. Tag: Chiang Mai
Wir reisen nach Chiang Mai. Lerne bei einem Kochkurs die Thai Küche kennen, entspanne bei einer Massage oder besuche den berühmten Nachtmarkt.

26.-27. Tag: Sukhothai
Thailands alte Hauptstadt ist die Heimat der antiken Ruinen.
Wir machen eine Fahrradtour um das Weltkulturerbe und erkunden typische thailändische Architektur wie den Wat Mahathat, einen der spektakulärsten Buddhas, der inmitten der Steinruinen sitzt.

28.-29. Tag: Bangkok
Tauche ein letztes Mal in das Nachtleben Bangkoks ein.

Leistungen enthalten

  • Südostasien Rundreise gemäß Programm
  • Transporte, Unterkünfte und Mahlzeiten gemäß Programm
  • Ausflüge, Aktivitäten und Besichtigungen wie im Tourverlauf angegeben:
    • Funky Monkey Bootstour in Nha Trang
    • Fahrradtour zum Strand von Hoi An
    • Rundgang durch die Zitadelle von Hue
    • Tuk Tuk Tour zur Blauen Lagune
    • Almosengang der Mönche in Luang Prabang
    • Besuch Killing fields & S21 Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum
    • Rundgang am Hoan Kiem See
    • Geführte Tour zum B?n Thành Market, Opernhaus, Notre Dam Kirche & Eifell Post Office, Wiedervereinigungspalast, Kriegsopfermuseum (inkl. Eintritt zum Museum)War Remnents Museum
    • 10-pin Bowling

Leistungen nicht enthalten

  • Internationale Flüge (gerne über uns buchbar)
  • Nicht genannte Mahlzeiten und Getränke
  • Reiseversicherungen
  • Persönliche Ausgaben, Trinkgelder
  • Flughafentransfers
  • Flughafengebühren und Ausreisesteuern
  • Optionale Ausflüge und Aktivitäten

Unterbringung

18x Standard-Hotel
8x Gästehaus
2x Nachtbus

Die Unterbringung erfolgt in Doppelzimmern. Alleinreisende teilen sich das Zimmer mit einem/einer gleichgeschlechtlichen Mitreisenden. Je nach Gruppenzusammensetzung kann es auch vorkommen, dass sich mehrere Reisende ein Zimmer teilen. Einzelzimmer werden auf dieser Tour nicht angeboten.

Verpflegung


23x Frühstück

Tourbegleitung

Englischsprachiger Reiseleiter

Transportarten

öffentlicher Bus, Minibus, Flugzeug, Boot

Zusätzliche Übernachtungen

Tourhotel in Bangkok
Einzelzimmer: 42 EUR
Doppelzimmer: 21 EUR p.P.

Flughafentransfer

Bangkok
Preis pro Fahrzeug (maximal 3 Personen): 46 EUR

Optionale Ausflüge / Zusatzleistungen

BANGKOK:
Großer Palast und Wat Phra Kaew ab THB500
Thai Massage THB200
Thai Kochkurs ab THB1200
Bangkok Kanal Tour ab THB750

SIEM REAP:
2 Tage Angkor Wat Tempel Pass US$37
Eintritt zum Tonle Sap See inklusive Bootsfahrt ab US$7 (abhängig von Gruppengröße)
Landminen Museum US$3, inklusive Transport US$7

PHNOM PENH:
Royaler Palast US$10
Nationalmuseum US$10
Wat Phnom US$1

MEKONG DELTA:
Floating Market Tour US$5-10, je nach Gruppengröße

HO CHI MINH CITY:
Kriegsverbrechermuseum VND15.000
Wiedervereinigungspalast VND20.000
Cu Chi Tunnels VND235.000
Ben Thanh Markt - kostenfrei
Bitexco Financial Tower - kostenfrei
Central Post office - kostenfrei
Jade Emperor pagoda - kostenfrei

NHA TRANG:
Schlammbäder - VND 130.000 Taxifahrt, VND150.000 Eintritt
Po Nagar Cham Towers - VND18.000
Long Son Pagoda - kostenfrei
Vinpear Island - VND450.000
Bootsausflug US$10-16

HOI AN:
Sightseeing-Ticket (5 Sehenswürdigkeiten) VND 120.000
My Son Cham Ruinen VND 60.000 zzgl. Transport mit Guide US$8
Kochkurs ab VND 250.000
Tu Bon River Bootsausflug US$20

HUE:
Thien Mu Pagoda - kostenfrei
Verschiedene Kaisergrabstätten VND 100.000
Flussboottour US$12

HANOI:
Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum - kostenfrei
Ho Chi Minh’s Haus & Präsidentenpalast VND 20.000
Ho Chi Minh’s Museum VND 20.000
Literaturtempel VND 20.000
Grabstätten und Zitadellen VND 20.000
Ngoc Son Tempel VND 5.000
Museum der Bildenen Künste VND 20.000
Militär-Geschichtsmuseum VND 20.000
Parfum-Pagode VND 20.000
Wasserpuppen-Theater VND 60.000 - 100.000 + VND 40.000 für Kameranutzung

VIENTIANE:
Tempeleintritt, in der Regel ca. US$2
Wat Pra Kaeo (Großer Palast und Museum) LAK 5000
Nationalmuseum LAK 20.000
Buddha Park KLAK 8000 + Transport ab LAK 80.000

VANG VIENG:
Bambus-Rafting/Kayaking inkl. Besuch verschiedener Höhlen ab US$20
Eintritt zu den einzelnen Höhlen meistens je US$2

LUANG PRABANG:
Tanzaufführung im königlichen Theater (im Königspalast) US$20
Königspalast LAK 30.000
Wat Xieng Thong LAK 20.000
Wat Poa Phon Phoa: kostenfrei (Spende wird erwartet)
Kuang Si Fälle (Transport ist nicht eingeschlossen) LAK 20.000

CHIANG MAI:
Thai Kochkurs THB800 pro Person (genauer Preis abhängig von der Teilnehmernzahl)
Doi Suthep Temple in einem Songthaew hin und zurück THB300
Fahrradtour pro Tag ab THB800


Bitte beachte, dass sich die angegebenen Preise und Aktivitäten jederzeit ändern können.
Day 1 - Arrive Bangkok
The first day of your tour is simply an arrival day with no pre-organised activities. In order to allow time to relax and see some of the sights you may wish to add pre-tour accommodation.

Thailand's capital, Bangkok, is a crazy and chaotic city! Known in Thai as Krung Thep Maha Nakhon pronounced or Krung Thep "city of angels" for short, Bangkok was a small trading post at the mouth of the Chao Phraya River during the Ayutthaya Kingdom. Bangkok is now the gateway to South East Asia for most travellers and international backpackers come and go and the streets are always buzzing and full of life.

No visit to Bangkok is complete without a visit to Khao San Road, the famous strip filled with markets, stalls, neon lights and young backpackers. From people watching to shopping, and nightlife to food and drink, this is the place to be on a night out in Bangkok. If you're feeling adventurous you might wish to try a fried insect or two!

On a more cultural note, Bangkok also boasts hundreds of Wats (temples), with Wat Arun being the main one visited by most travellers. The Grand Palace is also a popular attraction, and for something different you can cruise along the Chao Phraya River and through the canals. Bangkok once had an elaborate network of canals and was given the nickname, 'Venice of the East', and although some of them have been filled in and converted to streets, many still exist today. Travelling through these canals you will see how the locals live along the riverside - you almost forget you are in a large, bustling city.

Thailand's currency is the Thai Baht (BHT).

Optional Excursions
Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew - from THB 500 • Thai Massage per hour from - THB 200 • Thai cookery course - from THB 1200 • Bangkok canal tour - from THB 750

Accommodation
1 night in a hotel at New Siam II or similar.

Day 2 to 3 - Siem Reap
The name Siem Reap means "Defeat of Siam" - today's Thailand - and refers to a century-old bloodbath which you can see commemorated in stone in the celebrated bas relief carvings of the monuments around the area.

Tonight your Tour Leader will take you to the famous Pub Street where you can enjoy a few drinks and meet your group properly!

The following day you can head out on an optional excursion to the most famous temple, Angkor Wat, with a guide to give you an overview of the history and layout of the temple.

There are over one thousand temples here which attract over one million visitors annually. The temples range from small ruins to the famous Angkor Wat, and the site is said to be the world's largest single religious monument.

Angkor Wat, a UNESCO World Heritage site, pays homage to the Hindu god Vishnu and has a dazzling array of beautiful ornate carvings. The many ceremonial structures and temples here were built between the 9th and 13th centuries by the Khmer Empire that spanned a period of approximately 600 years. These temples are some of the most famous in the world and take up an area of approximately 400 square kilometres.

There are superb photographic opportunities here at most times of the day so make sure your camera batteries are fully charged and your memory card is ready to go! Tuk-tuks provide a convenient form of transport around the area here, and you can hire a tuk-tuk and driver for the day if you wish. The Angkor area (in and around the Ta Prohm temple) was the site where the film Tomb Raider starring Angelina Jolie was filmed.

Optional Excursions
Angkor Wat Temple Pass - US$37 • Tonle Sap Lake entrance including boat ride - from US$7 (depending on group size) • Landmine Museum entrance - US$3 (US$7 including transport)

Accommodation
2 night(s) in a guesthouse at Golden Papaya or similar.

Meals
1 Breakfast

Day 4 to 5 - Phnom Penh
Phnom Penh is Cambodia's bustling capital city with a turbulent past. Located on the banks of the Mekong River, Phnom Penh has been the national capital since the French colonised Cambodia during the 19th century. The city has grown from a small fishing village to what is now the industrial, commercial, cultural and historical centre of Cambodia.

We will visit to the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum (a former torture centre) and the Choueng Ek Memorial at the site of the Killing Fields, to learn about one aspect of this country's turbulent past.

Phnom Penh has many other attractions including the Russian Market and National Museum. You could also take a stroll along the river's famous Sisowath Quay and enjoy a coffee or cocktail at one of the many cafes while observing the bustling river traffic. You may wish to take a tuk-tuk ride around Phnom Penh (a tuk-tuk is a motorbike-taxi with an enclosed passenger cabin that can fit around 4 people).

Included Excursions
Killing fields & S21 Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum

Optional Excursions
Royal Palace and The Silver Pagoda- US$10 • National Museum - US$10 • Wat Phnom - US$1

Accommodation
2 night(s) in a guesthouse.

Meals
1 Breakfast, 1 Buffet Breakfast

Day 6 - Mekong Delta
We cross the border from Cambodia to Vietnam by travelling by boat down the Mekong River from Phnom Penh to Chau Doc. Chau Doc is our base to explore the extraordinary Mekong Delta, a region in southwestern Vietnam where the Mekong River approaches and empties into the sea through a network of distributaries. Life in the Mekong Delta revolves much around the river, and many of the villages are often accessible by rivers and canals rather than by road. The region produces half of the country's rice output which is more than Japan and Korea together. Enjoy a pleasant evening in a comfortable hotel in preparation for tomorrow's bus journey. You will be travelling through the Delta where you can experience first hand the daily life in the region, before arriving in the bustling and vibrant Ho Chi Minh City.

Optional Excursions
Floating Market Tour - US$5-$10 depending on numbers

Accommodation
1 night in a hotel at Hung Cuong Hotel or similar.

Meals
1 Buffet Breakfast

Day 7 to 8 - Ho Chi Minh City
Ho Chi Minh City was known as Saigon until the end of the Vietnam War (around 1975). Originally a small fishing village, it is now the most important economic centre in Vietnam and is the largest city in the country.

Traffic in the city is fairly hectic at the best of times but getting around is suprisingly easy by taxi or motorbike taxi, although drivers may not always speak English. Bus is the only form of public transport and motorbikes rule the road; there are around 3 million motorbikes cruising around the streets of Ho Chi Minh City.

Included Excursions
Tour Leader local walking tour to B?n Thành Market, Opera House, Notre Dam Cathedral & Eifell Post Office, Independance Palace, War Remnents Museum (inc entrance to musuem)

Optional Excursions
War Remnants Museum - VND 15,000 • The Reunification Palace - VND 20,000 • Cu Chi Tunnels - VND 235,000 • Ben Thanh Market - free • Bitexco Financial Tower - free • Central Post office - free • Jade Emperor pagoda - free

Accommodation
2 night(s) in hotels at La Felix Hotel or similar.

Meals
1 Breakfast, 1 Buffet Breakfast

Day 9 - Overnight sleeper bus to Nha Trang
Today we will fly to beautiful Nha Trang which is a popular beachside destination for many travellers and is brimming with restaurants, bars and excellent nightlife.

Accommodation
1 night in a hotel.

Meals
1 Buffet Breakfast

Day 10 - Nha Trang
Enjoy a boat cruise where you can swim in the surrounding crystal clear waters - try your hand at snorkelling before relaxing on deck with a refreshing drink! Tonight, hit the bars with your group!

Included Excursions
Funky Monkey Boat Trip

Optional Excursions
Mud baths - VND 130,000 for taxi, VND 150,000 entrance • Long Son Pagoda - free • Vinpearl Island - VND 450,000 • Po Nagar Cham Towers - VND 18,000 • Boat trip – from US$10-16 (SCUBA diving is also possible depending on diving qualifications)

Accommodation
1 night(s) in hotels at Tuyet Mai or similar.

Meals
1 Breakfast, 1 Buffet Lunch

Day 11 - Overnight sleeper bus to Hoi An
After some seaside play and a late night in the bars and clubs we board the overnight sleeper bus north to our next destination.

Accommodation
1 night on overnight sleeper buses.

Meals
1 Breakfast

Day 12 to 13 - Hoi An
In Hoi An we have free time to explore the handicrafts, ceramics and fabrics that are sold at an abundance of markets. Hoi An is renowned for tailoring; pack your favourite item of clothing and get it copied here! We also enjoy a bike ride to Hoi an Beach passing lush paddy fields along the way. Once you're there you can marvel at coastal views with a local beer in hand.

Included Excursions
Bike ride to Hoi An Beach through Paddy Fields

Optional Excursions
Sightseeing ticket (allowing entry to 5 sites) - VND 120,000 • My Son Cham ruins - VND 60,000 entrance, plus transport with guide US$8 • Cookery class - from VND 250,000 • Tu Bon River boat trip - US$20

Accommodation
2 night(s) in hotels at Hai Yen Hotel or similar.

Meals
1 Buffet Breakfast

Day 14 - Hue
We depart Hoi An and travel north to Hue. The drive takes us past the Marble Mountains (optional VND40,000 to explore it's caves and shrines) before we climb the scenic 'Hai Van Pass' coastal road as featured on Top Gear's Vietnam Special.

The old capital city of Vietnam and home to the Emperors of the Nguyen Dynasty (1802-1945), Hue is situated on the banks of the Huong Giang or Perfume River. It is most famous for the Imperial Citadel, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, often likened to the Forbidden City in Beijing (and sometimes referred to as the Forbidden City as well). Hue also offers many Buddhist pagodas and some impressive Emperors tombs which are well worth a visit. Alternatively, you can relax and take a boat trip along the Perfume river and enjoy the countryside. Pham Ngu Lao Street has a backpacker vibe with many hostels, bars and cafes.

Included Excursions
Walking tour of Hue's Citadel

Optional Excursions
Dragon Boat river tour – US$12 • Tombs of the Emperors - VND 100,000 fee for each • Thien Mu Pagoda - free

Accommodation
1 night in a hostel at Phuoc An (DMZ Hostel) or similar.

Meals
1 Buffet Breakfast

Day 15 - Overnight train to Hanoi
This evening we will board an overnight sleeper train to the bustling city of Hanoi.

Accommodation
1 night on an overnight sleeper train.

Meals
1 Breakfast

Day 16 to 18 - Hanoi
Hanoi is the capital of the Socialist Republic and is dominated by colonial buildings and tree-lined boulevards. The city boasts a convoluted yet elegant history which is characterised by its 'chameleon of names' - the city has changed names many times throughout history. In terms of recent history, the French withdrew their forces in 1954 and ever since foreign investment and property has developed substantially.

In Hanoi, exploring on your own is relatively easy on foot or by bike. Many travellers believe the true appeal and essence of Hanoi is discovered wandering the streets, tasting local market food, observing the local way of life, and taking in the architecture and surroundings. On arrival in the morning we will take a walk around Hoan Kiem Lake where you can see the locals doing their morning aerobics and try the speciality - egg coffee.

Interested in visiting Ha Long Bay? You can arrange to visit the incredible Halong Bay, famous for its limestone islands jutting imposingly from the sea into the Vietnamese skyline and can even spend the night on a traditional junk boat. As this trip is so popular we highly recommend booking in advance to avoid disappointment. Please speak to your Adventure Specialist for more details.

Included Excursions
Early morning walk around Hoan Kiem Lake. Watch the early morning aerobics and enjoy a local speciality "egg coffee".

Optional Excursions
Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum - free • Ho Chi Minh's house and presidential palace - VND 20,000 • Ho Chi Minh's Museum - VND 20,000 • Temple of Literature - VND20,000 • All tombs and citadels - VND 20,000 • Ngoc Son Temple - VND 5,000 • Fine Arts Museum - VND 20,000 • Military History Museum - VND 20,000 • Perfume pagoda - VND 20,000 • Water Puppet Theatre - VND 60,000-100,000 plus VND 40,000 for camera use

Accommodation
3 night(s) in hotels at Golden Charm Hotel or similar.

Meals
2 Breakfast(s)

Day 19 - Vientiane
We take a flight across the border to Vientiane. The capital of Laos is extremely quiet - so quiet that, before 1970, there was only one set of traffic lights in the entire city (a far cry from some other South East Asian cities!). We have time to admire this tranquil city with its many murals and markets. Many buildings you will see when you wander the streets are of religious significance. You may wish to hire a bicycle and explore the local streets and markets which are excellent here. Tonight your Tour Leader will take you to the 10-pin bowling range – a mecca for backpackers! Enjoy a beer and try for a strike or two!

Laos' currency is the Lao Kip (LAK).

Included Excursions
10-pin bowling

Optional Excursions
Temples - most entry fees are US$2 • Wat Pra Kaeo (Grand Palace and museum) - LAK 5000 • National Museum - LAK 20,000 • Buddha Park – LAK 8,000 entrance (plus transport starting from LAK 80,000)

Accommodation
1 night in a hotel at Win Hotel or similar.

Meals
1 Breakfast

Day 20 to 21 - Vang Vieng
As we make our way north from Vientiane we travel through stunning scenery to Vang Vieng. This peaceful town is situated in a plateau with stunning surroundings of limestone caves and waterfalls, and the area is inhabited by the Hmong and Yao tribes. The limestone caves are renowned in ancient mythology and have featured in the prose of many artists throughout time. Vang Vieng is an excellent place to try the local cuisine and there are markets to indulge in. We will take a tuk tuk ride through some of Laos' most incredible scenery and view a wonderful sunset across lush paddy fields before arriving for a swim at the Blue Lagoon.

Included Excursions
Tuk-tuk tour to Blue Lagoon

Optional Excursions
Bamboo rafting/kayaking including visit to caves - US$20 • Caves - most entry fees are US$2

Accommodation
2 night(s) in a guesthouse at Vinutda Guesthouse or similar.

Meals
1 Breakfast

Day 22 to 23 - Luang Prabang
We travel from Vang Vieng on the scenic route 4 to the sleepy town of Luang Prabang. Many say this is the most memorable town in all of Laos. Renowned for a fascinating history, some of the friendliest people and beautiful landscapes, Luang Prabang is a true gem in a South East Asia.

We have two days to enjoy this peaceful town, which is located 300 metres above sea level on the upper Mekong. We have the opportunity to watch the local monks collect alms early in the morning, a truly humbling expeience. As you explore you will see that Luang Prabang is dominated by Phousi - the marvellous hill-top temple that sits in the middle of the town. You'll notice a combination of Lao, French and Lao-French colonial influence as you admire the city's buildings and architectural highlights - all of which you can see discovering the town on foot.

There are many temples to visit in Luang Prabang - over 30 in fact, which is a large number for this small town. Along the way you may encounter some young monks eager to practice their English skills as well.

Included Excursions
Early visit to see Monks collect alms

Optional Excursions
Royal Theatre dance performances - US$20 • Royal Palace - LAK 30,000 • Wat Xieng Thong - LAK 20,000 • Wat Poa Phon Phoa - donation expected • Kuang Si Falls - LAK 20,000 (not including transport)

Accommodation
2 night(s) in hostels at Treasure Hotel or similar.

Meals
1 Breakfast

Day 24 to 25 - Chiang Mai
Today we fly to Chiang Mai where you can enjoy two nights in this popular town – known as the 'Rose of the North'. Here you can enjoy a Thai cooking course, relaxing massage, take in a night-time Thai kick-boxing bout (Muay Thai) or haggle the night away at Chiang Mai’s famous evening street bizarre.

Optional Excursions
Thai cookery course - THB 800 per person (depending on class size) • Doi Suthep temple by Songthaew (type of Thai vehicle) - THB 300 • Bicycle tour - from THB 800 per day

Accommodation
2 night(s) in hotels at Winner Inn Hotel or similar.

Meals
1 Breakfast, 1 Basic Breakfast

Day 26 to 27 - Sukhothai
The following day we journey into middle Thailand taking a train to Phitsanulok before continuing to the ancient city of Sukhothai. Thailand’s ancient capital Sukhothai is home to the ancient ruins of the former city. A popular highlight of Thailand, it was the capital of the Thai empire for approximately 140 years and translates literally to “Dawn of Happiness”. The temples and monuments have been since excavated and reconstructed in places, the restoration now naming the destination Sukhothai Historical Park. We will take a bicycle tour around the World Heritage Site and explore the typical Thai architecture including the Wat Mahathat, one of the most spectacular Buddhas seated amongst the stone ruins.

Included Excursions
Bicycle tour of Sukhothai

Accommodation
2 night(s) in a guesthouse

Meals
1 Basic Breakfast, 1 Breakfast

Day 28 - Bangkok
Today we take a bus and travel back to Bangkok for our final night.

Accommodation
1 night in a hotel at New Siam II or similar.

Day 29 - Depart Bangkok
Your adventure of a lifetime comes to an end today. If you have a late flight or have lengthened your stay by adding post tour accommodation you will have more time to explore the sights.
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