Looking to secure your 2017 adventures, well then look no further than Travel Talk’s brand new Asia tours including a fantastic 13 day Thailand and Cambodia land tour.
With the best rates you’ll find from here to Kathmandu, Travel Talk’s newly launched tours enable you to see the very best of what Asia has to offer at gob-smackingly good prices!
On board Travel Talk’s Best of Thailand & Cambodia tour you will arrive in Bangkok where you’ll be taken to your hotel and meet your fellow adventurers! After a good night’s rest, you’ll awake in Thailand’s capital city and have a day of getting to know and explore Bangkok. You’ll visit the stunning 24-hour flower market before visiting one of the biggest Buddha’s you’ll ever see in your life at Wat Pho. The famous golden reclining Buddha is a sight for sore eyes and will leave you feeling dwarfed in comparison.
Next up is a tuk tuk ride to the Grand Palace before enjoying lunch and heading out on a traditional Thai long-tail boat making your way through the canals around the city. As the city unfolds into suburbia the stunning view of gilded temples, stilted houses, basking monitor lizards and local men fishing will give you your first taste of the real Thailand before checking out the wild Thai nightlife on the Khao San Road.
Following your taster of Bangkok your next stop will be Kanchanaburi where you’ll experience the Allied War Cemetery, a ride on the ‘Death Railway’ and the Hellfire Pass! Things then calm down as you spend the night in a floating raft on the Kwai River.
From Kanchanaburi via the ancient capital of Ayutthaya you’ll reach Chiang Mai. Here you’ll find the divine Doi Suthep Temple which sits atop a mountain summit. It’s in Chiang Mai that you can also visit the bustling Night Bazaar full of a variety of wonders including some of the best street food you’ll taste in Thailand.
Making your way back to Bangkok you’ll then cross the border to Cambodia. Driving through rice fields and sugar palms you’ll arrive in the town of Siem Reap, your launch pad to Ta Prohm where you’ll find the ancient, mystical and downright incredible Angkor Wat, which is the largest religious monument in the world.
From Siem Reap you’ll move on to Phnom Penh where you’ll stop at Spean Praptos – one of the longest bridges from the Angkorian period. Here, you can take in the local life and rice paddy fields before arriving at Skoun to try some deep-fried tarantulas and explore the exciting nightlife.
Spending more time in Phnom Penh you’ll be able to find out more about the bloody, but important recent history of Cambodia and explore the city before your tour concludes after 13 adventure and culture filled days.
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