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Taking in all the wonder of Southeast Asia shouldn’t be a hassle. We’ve made it easy for you to see all the main highlights plus this region's smaller hidden gems by putting together this handy trip from Singapore to Chiang Mai, south to north. You’ll get a taste of history in the Cameron Highlands, Kanchanaburi and Ayutthaya and experience modernity in Singapore, Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur. Along the way, there’ll be plenty of chances to lounge on white-sand beaches and indulge in diverse and flavourful cuisine. Cross Southeast Asia off your travel destination list with this all-encompassing journey.
- Your Welcome Moment: Meet Your CEO and Group Your Local Living Moment: Koh Klang Homestay, Ko Klang Your Discover Moment: Bangkok Your Local Living Moment: Overnight Rafthouse Excursion, Kanchanaburi
- Trishaw ride in Melaka
- Kuala Lumpur city tour (half-day)
- Rainforest expedition in Cameron Highlands
- Butterfly farm visit
- Local homestay in Krabi
- Free time on spectacular beaches
- Klong boat tour (Bangkok)
- Wat Po visit
- Erawan Falls and Bridge on the River Kwai visit (Kanchanaburi)
- Rafthouse stay
- Temple ruins tour (Ayutthaya)
- Thai Burma Railway Centre visit
- Doi Suthep temple visit (Chiang Mai)
- All transport between destinations and to/from included activities
- Explore modern singapore
- Relax at the cool tea stations of the cameron highlands
- Experience multi-cultural penang
- Sleep in a floating rafthouse
- Learn about the history of kanchanaburi.
Day 1: Singapore Arrive at any time.
Day 2: Singapore/Melaka Cross into Malaysia and journey to Melaka. Take a trishaw ride and then opt for a city boat trip.
Day 3: Melaka/Kuala Lumpur Drive to Kuala Lumpur. Enjoy a half-day city tour.
Day 4: Kuala Lumpur Opt to visit the Petronas Towers, Islamic Arts Museum, or Lake Gardens.
Day 5: Kuala Lumpur/Cameron Highlands Head to higher ground and enjoy the cooler air in the Cameron Highlands.
Day 6: Cameron Highlands Enjoy a full-day rainforest expedition and a visit to a butterfly farm.
Day 7: Cameron Highlands/George Town Travel to George Town, Penang and opt for a city tour before relaxing on the beach or shopping in town.
Day 8: George Town Enjoy a free day to explore Penang. Opt to visit the Pinang Peranakan Museum, Khoo Kongsi (a restored heritage site), the famous Indian quarter, Penang Hill, and the Clan Jetties to see the traditional Chinese settlement.
Day 9: George Town/Ko Klang Cross into Thailand and enjoy a homestay in this tropical paradise.
Day 10: Koh Klang/Ao Nang Transfer from your homestay to a hotel before choosing to swim, snorkel, kayak, take a Thai cooking class, or go rock climbing.
Day 11: Ao Nang Free time to explore or just relax on the beach.
Day 12: Ao Nang/Bangkok Enjoy a last day in paradise at Ao Nang before boarding an overnight train to Bangkok.
Day 13: Bangkok Arrive in Bangkok in the morning and take a guided longboat klong tour and explore Wat Po temple. Opt to visit to the Grand Palace and National Museum or shop on Khao San Road.
Day 14: Bangkok Head out and explore all you can in this sprawling city.
Day 15: Bangkok/Kanchanaburi Enjoy a klong boat tour of Bangkok including a visit to Wat Pho. Travel to Kanchanaburi and head to your floating rafthouse accommodation. Enjoy free time to explore.
Day 16: Kanchanaburi Enjoy a day of sightseeing at Erawan Falls and the Bridge on the River Kwai.
Day 17: Kanchanaburi to Ayutthaya Explore the Allied War Cemetery and the Thai-Burmese Railway Centre to learn more about the area's history. Travel to Ayutthaya and visit the historical sites of the old capital city. Opt to visit Chan Kasem National Museum and Chao Sam Phraya Museum.
Day 18: Ayutthaya to Chiang Mai Spend a full day exploring Ayutthaya before boarding an overnight train to Chiang Mai.
Day 19: Chiang Mai Arrive in Chiang Mai and explore the city. Visit Doi Suthep in the afternoon.
Day 20: Chiang Mai Depart at any time.