Example Trip Itinerary
Arrive in Bangkok
Private Transfer from Bangkok airport to Hotel
Accommodation in Bangkok
- 210 rooms and suites
- Spa and health club
- Swimming pool
- 4 restaurants
Elegant and meticulously designed, the Sukhothai reflects traditional Thai architecture for a truly luxurious hotel experience. The hotel takes great pride in its excellent service and seeks to go as far as possible to reflect the legendary Thai hospitality in all areas of its business. Each comfortable guest room faces an inner courtyard area, adorned with lily ponds, and is furnished in teak wood and Thai silk. Your room will feature an oversized bathtub and king-size bed. If you’re looking for a palatial amount of space then book into one of the many suites, with open-plan layouts and a host of special facilities such as terraces, gardens and glass-walled bathrooms. Located in Sathorn, the Sukhothai is a short distance from some of Bangkok’s greatest tourist attractions and close to a series of lively bars and top restaurants.
Spend your time exploring this bustling city. You have our recommendations for the best activities, restaurants and shopping so you can make the most of your time here. We can organise privately guided excursions tailored to your interests.
Visit Bangkok’s most iconic temples, Wat Trimit with its five and a half ton solid gold Buddha, and Wat Po with the reclining Buddha. You’ll also visit the Grand Palace – a highlight of any trip to Thailand.
The former Royal Residence, the Grand Palace was home to the Kings of Siam and the King of Thailand since 1782 until 1925 and is one of Bangkok’s most spectacular attractions. Made up of numerous buildings and pavilions set around immaculate gardens and courtyards, the opulence of the design along with the intricate detail in the carving and sculpture should not be missed.
At the edge of bustling Chinatown, Wat Traimit is home to the world’s largest solid gold statue – the Golden Buddha. Nearly 5 metres in height and weighing five and a half tons, it is thought to be constructed in the 13th or 14th century.
Close to the Grand Palace, the Temple of the Reclining Buddha is one of the oldest Wat’s in Bangkok. Through a number of walled compounds there are 1,000 Buddha images and the imposing 43m long, 15m high reclining Buddha. The temple is also the first public university in Thailand and is thought to be home to the Thai Massage.
Bangkok is home to a number of floating markets and it is worth discussing with your Travel Designer which would best suit your needs. All are lively, colourful and offer great insight into the local way of life. Take the opportunity to buy fresh exotic fruit and sample local delicacies.
No trip to Bangkok is complete without a trip along Chao Phraya River; whether for a romantic river cruise to see the city lights at night, to experience another form of transport in Bangkok or to venture off-piste to one of Bangkok’s Khlongs (canals) and witness the noisy, and sometimes smelly local life.
Experience Bangkok's varied and unusual modes of transport on this afternoon tour. From the water taxi, to a private canal trip on a longtail speedboat, to a tuk-tuk ride and the sky train, these are the easiest and most environmentally friendly ways to see the fantastic sights of the city. We can create a personalised afternoon tour for you, including the areas which interest you most.
Private transfer from your hotel to Bangkok Airport
Siem Reap & Angkor Wat
Flight from Bangkok to Siem Reap
Private transfer to your hotel in Siem Reap
Accommodation in Siem Reap & Angkor Wat
- 24 suites
- Restaurant and rooftop bar
- Gallery & shop
- Swimming pool and lap pool
The former guesthouse of King Sihanouk, Amansara is a first class act with its 24 suites sitting in a garden of white lotus blossoms and orchids. Next to a shady pergola the curved swimming pool is an ideal place to relax during the heat of the day. Enjoy Khmer and western cuisine in the Dining Room, elegant with a soaring seven metre ceiling and pretty terrace. Make the journey, by bicycle, to Angkor Wat to arrive as the sun begin to cast its light on the magnificent ruins. Your private guide will ensure the best position for a memorable and magical experience.
During your time in Siem Reap we can arrange privately guided specialist tours to show you the best of city, Angkor Wat and the Khmer temples in the region.
Today you will visit the impressive temples found in the ancient city of Angkor Thom, including Angkor Wat and Ta Prohm.
Thought to be Pre Angkorian with significantly less footfall than its famed neighbour, Beng Mealea is a complex of 12th century temples 40km from Angkor Wat.
Private transfer to Siem Reap Airport
Flight from Siem Reap to Koh Samui
Private transfer to your hotel in Koh Samui
Accommodation in Koh Samui
- 73 rooms
- Spa & fitness centre
- Private infinity pools
- Larger beachside infinity pool
- 2 Restaurants & bar
- Tennis court & nearby golf course
This lavish resort, comprised of a series of open-plan villas perched on Koh Samui’s north western coastline in the Laem Yai Bay with its own private beach, is arguably the most exclusive hotel on the island. Each villa here has sweeping views of the Gulf of Siam and is decorated in a contemporary blend of southern Thai rosewood furnishings, accents turquoise blue and sea green, palatial bathrooms and your own infinity pool. Expect immaculate service too. Choose to dine in either of the resort’s two restaurants. Lan Tania specialises in Thai and Italian cuisine in a teak wood and thatched-roof setting. Pla Pla is located on the beach below, serving a menu comprised largely of fresh seafood to complement the marine setting.
Spend time relaxing on this beautiful island. We will create an itinerary as busy or as quiet as you wish.
Private transfer to Koh Samui Airport