Fantastic Thailand – 6N/7D

Tentative Day-wise Plan

Day 1: Arrival at Phuket

Arrive at the airport, meet our guide there, and head towards the hotel. Once you've checked in, relax in the hotel. The evening is free.

Day 2: Half Day Phuket City tour

After breakfast, learn about Phuket's past as a port on one of the busiest trade routes between the east and the west. Explore some of Phuket's must-see locations as you travel throughout the island to learn what makes this huge, tropical island so unique.
Visit Wat Chalong, Phuket's holiest temple. As you walk around this spiritual complex, take in the amazing and distinctive 19th-century architecture's meticulous embellishments. The great pagoda, which rises 200 feet above the ground and contains a priceless Buddha relic, is the highlight. This peaceful setting, surrounded by hills, will undoubtedly leave you breathless.
Take a trip through the old town to admire Phuket's vibrant Sino-Portuguese buildings, which range from elegant homes to shops and date back to the early 1900s and combine Portuguese and Chinese design. You could even have time to look around a nearby fruit market's stands at this point.
Ascend to the Karon lookout point to enjoy the unmatched views of Kata Noi, Kata Yai, and Karon beaches. Enjoy a visit to a honey farm where you may purchase a jar of liquid gold and see a cashew nut factory to learn how delectable cashews are processed.
In addition. Before the trip is through, take in the splendour of priceless and fine jewellery at the Gems Gallery, where you may buy some of Phuket's most stunning jewellery.
Evening free and overnight hotel stay.

Day 3: Phi Phi Island Tour by Big Boat with Thai Lunch

Transfer to the pier for a day tour of Phi Phi Island after breakfast.
Depart for the Phi Phi islands to explore and unwind at Maya Bay (where the movie "The Beach" was filmed) and go swimming and snorkelling with colourful tropical fishes. You can also go sightseeing and snorkelling at Monkey Beach, Viking Cave, the Pileh Lagoon, and the stunning and impressive cliffs of the Bay. Excellent lunch buffet available as an option at a phi Phi Don beach restaurant. Delicious fried mix vegetables, deep-fried chicken, Thai noodles, fried fish, squid soup, vegetable salads, fried and steam rices, and seasonal fruit.
To get the best Phi Phi Island by speedboat, keep in mind that all itinerary changes are made for you to enjoy every moment and to get the most out of every stop, so you won't encounter too many tourists and crowded spots. Our captain are constantly in contact with one another to find out the less crowded place each time!
Snorkelling and sightseeing at: Travel to Khai Nok island for some beach time and snorkelling.
Free time to swim and snorkel on the beach during "relax time."
Return: Arrange your complimentary shuttle back to the hotel by travelling from Khai Nok to Phuket.
Hotel overnight stay.

Day 4: Phuket to Krabi (Approx 3 Hrs)

After breakfast, depart from the Phuket Hotel and go to Krabi in a private vehicle.
check-in at hotel upon arrival.
Evening at leisure and hotel accommodation for the night

Day 5: Krabi 4 Island tour by Long Tail Boat with Thai Lunch

After breakfast, a transfer from your lodging to the pier at Nopparat Thara Beach to board a long tail boat to visit the four islands marks the start of the excursion.
Visit Koh Kai Island (Chicken Island) to take beautiful pictures of the local rock formations and go snorkelling among the stunning coral reefs.
Continue to Talay Waek, a place in "Unseen Thailand" where Koh Tub Island and Koh Mor Island can be reached by walking during low tide.
You can actually feel the beautiful sand and blue waters here. After that, have a picnic lunch on Poda Island and take some time for yourself.
Last stop is Phranang Cave to visit the cave, swim and snorkel in the crystal blue sea, or just relax on the white sandy beach before returning to the pier and your hotel.
Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 6: Krabi to Bangkok & Bangkok Temple Tour

After breakfast, depart the hotel and make your way to the airport to catch your aircraft to Bangkok. Pickup from the airport and transfer to the hotel upon arrival.
You must do this half-day excursion to three of Bangkok's most important temples, which are famous for their cultural significance and Buddhist sanctity, before leaving Thailand.
The Wat Trimit, sometimes referred to as the Temple of the Golden Buddha, is the first stop of the day. To house the renowned 3-meter-tall Buddha statue made of 5.5 tonnes of solid gold, this contemporary temple was constructed. A stunning solid gold Buddha in the Sukhothai style was accidentally discovered after a painted and embellished statue was accidentally fallen while being relocated to a new place.
One of Bangkok's oldest temples, Wat Pho, often known as the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, may be found as you go through Chinatown. The Buddha, which is the largest in Bangkok at 46 metres long and 15 metres high, depicts the Buddha's entry into nirvana. The first university in Thailand, the largest collection of Buddha statues, and the origin of traditional Thai massage may all be found within this stunning temple complex.
Wat Benchamabophit, also referred to as the Marble Temple, is the third and last temple. One of the most exquisite Buddha statues in the nation may be found inside this monastery, which was constructed in the 19th century from white Italian Carrara marble.

Day 7: Departure from Bangkok

Check out of the hotel after breakfast, then go shopping at neighbourhood markets and malls.
After a fantastic tour, head back to the hotel, pick up your luggage, and head to the airport before your flight is scheduled to depart.