Yes. Lots of people on our trips are travelling solo. But by doing our trip you’ll instantly be part of a group, so it’s a great way to meet others and make friends! Most of our accommodation is twin or triple share, so we will put you in a room with someone of the same gender.
Thailand & Cambodia Combo
- Guided tour of Bangkok, Chiang Mai, and Siem Reap
- Group Dinners on first and final nights at popular local restaurants
- Guided tour of the breathtaking island of Phuket
- Overnight at one of Thailand’s leading ethical elephant sanctuaries
- Various cultural activities in Siem Reap
- Half-day bicycle tour of Siem Reap
- Fully experienced English-speaking guide throughout
- 24*7 in-country support team
- A chance to meet some like-minded travelers from across the world
Are you planning to go for a backpacking trip across Thailand & Cambodia? Well, we've got the perfect plan for you! Fly away to Bangkok - one of the most fascinating capital cities in the world and soak in the madness, while you find yourself surrounded by travelers from across the globe! Hop off to Chiang Mai in Northern Thailand and fall in love with the serenity, as you walk around the elephant villages, spending quality time with the animals. Continue your journey to Siem Reap in Cambodia, where lies the largest temple complex in the world. Explore the glorious sites that you've always read about, in the pages of history and also the hidden gems which only the locals know about. We promise that when you head back home, your heart will be full of lovely memories.
What are you Paying for?
- Airport pick-up on arrival in Bangkok
- Guided tour of Bangkok with a traditional welcome meal
- All accommodation including 2 nights Bangkok, 1-night elephant sanctuary, 2-nights Chiang Mai, and 5 nights Siem Reap
- Day and a half with the elephants
- Sunrise experience at the stunning Angkor Wat
- Heaps of cultural activities in Siem Reap
- Half-day easy bicycle tour of Siem Reap villages
- Expertly led by English-speaking guides
- In-country support by industry-leading operators
- Flights to Thailand
- Return travel from Cambodia to Thailand
- Personal medical and travel insurance
- Visa for Thailand & Cambodia
- Meals & drinks not mentioned in the itinerary
- Spending money and tips
Bangkok, Thailand - W22 by Burasari
In the Chinatown district, this hip hotel is 6 minutes' walk from Yaowarat Road, a bustling thoroughfare with street food and market stalls. This is the perfect location from which to explore this fascinating area of the city with easy access to the rest of Bangkok.
With an industrial feel, the comfortable rooms provide complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and safes. Family rooms have bunk beds.
An eclectic restaurant features exposed brickwork and industrial accents. There's a courtyard with a fountain. A rooftop bar offers city views. Other amenities consist of a communal kitchenette, a snooker table, and a 7-story atrium with lounge areas. Breakfast is included.
Chiang Mai, Thailand - Royal Peninsula
Set among eateries, this informal hotel is ideally located to use as a base to explore this charming city. Large and warmly decorated rooms offer flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi and safes. Some have kitchenettes. Room service is available and breakfast is included. Amenities include a modern restaurant, a terrace, an outdoor pool and a hot tub, as well as a fitness center.
Siem Reap, Cambodia - Lub.d
Set back from the Siem Reap River, this breezy hostel is a lively and fun place to stay and from where to explore the home of the Angkor Wat temple region.
Airy, streamlined twin-bedded private rooms with colorful decor feature free Wi-Fi, flat screen TV’s and private bathrooms, plus complimentary water, minifridges, and tea and coffeemakers. There’s an outdoor pool with a poolside bar, plus a cafe, a game room and a lounge. Other amenities include a business center and guest laundry facilities.
Note : In case of non availability at the above mentioned hotels, accommodation shall be provided in similar standard hotels.
Just let us know who you’re travelling with after you’ve booked and your relationship to them, and we’ll organise appropriate room shares for you. You can make a booking for more than one person as well from our booking system.
The trip starts in Bangkok, Thailand and finishes in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
You need to book a flight that lands into Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK) on the trip arrival date.
This tour ends on Day 11. You can book your departure flight from Siem Reap International Airport (REP) on this day.
The accommodation on this trip in twin/triple share and you will stay in hotels throughout the journey.
Passport holders of many countries get a 30 day ‘visa exempt’ stamp in their passport on arrival into Thailand free of charge. Alternatively you can apply for a Tourist visa beforehand from your nearest Thai embassy.
You can apply for E-Tourist visa for Cambodia.You can find all the information needed at www.evisa.gov.kh.
You need to make sure that the passport is valid for at least another 6 months from the date of entry in the country and has sufficient blank pages.
We recommend you to consult your doctor to take the best advise on vaccinations for the country.
All of our tour prices are in GBP. To check the prices in your local currency you can use website such as www.xe.com which will give the accurate price after conversion in your local currency.
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