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Immerse yourself into the beautiful culture and destinations that Thailand has to offer. From the grand capital, Bangkok for kicking it back and relaxation to visiting paradise among the islands of the country, 7 days in Thailand bring you an adventure of a lifetime. Even if you are not a fan of beaches and the sun, a week in Thailand can bring your vacation to the great temples, and architectural sights infused with its culture. Feeling inspired? Check out our top 2 recommendations for a 7-day Thailand itinerary, with tours lasting no longer than seven to six days.
|Day 1||Take your first steps in Bangkok|
|Day 2||Explore Bangkok’s palaces and temples|
|Day 3||Visit the world-famous floating market of Damnoen Saduak|
|Day 4||Fly to Chiang Mai, wander through its old town|
|Day 5||Cover Chiang Mai’s highlights including Wat Phra That Doi Suthep|
|Day 6||Head to Chiang Rai|
|Day 7||Discover the infamous Golden Triangle before departure|
From dazzling temples and ornate palaces to floating markets and hill-tribe territory, this one-week tour allows you to capture the glimpses of Thailand like none other. Explore the bustling metropolis of Bangkok and soak up the city’s unmissable highlights like the Golden Buddha, the Grand Palace, and Wat Phra Keo. See the famous flower market at Wararot on landing in Chiang Mai and explore the infamous Golden Triangle, a tri-junction where the borders of Laos, Myanmar, and Thailand meet. See tour.
|Day 1||Arrive in Bangkok|
|Day 2||Head to Koh Samui from the capital|
|Day 3||Experience Koh Samui at your own pace|
|Day 4||Island hopping from Koh Samui to Koh Pha Ngan|
|Day 5||Enjoy free day in Koh Pha Ngan|
|Day 6||Travel from Koh Pha Ngan to Koh Tao|
|Day 7||Enjoy Koh Tao at your leisure|
|Day 8||Head to Bangkok to catch your flight back|
Spend eight days in Thailand’s sun-soaked paradise with this tour. See some of the country’s most spectacular natural wonders, and go island hopping. Your journey starts from Koh Samui, located near the Gulf of Thailand and possessing cosmopolitan beaches to kick back and relax. Spend a day either exploring or relaxing in Koh Pha Ngan and Koh Tao before ending your trip in Bangkok. See tour.
As seen in the itineraries provided above, just one week or even less is enough to make a memorable trip to Thailand. If you’d like to plan a similar holiday or something completely different for yourself, connect with our Travel Experts in Thailand. For more on how many days to spend, head to our guide on Thailand itineraries.
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