1 month thailand/singapore: advice is welcome!
4th November, 2009
My wife and I are travelling in Thailand/Singapore from the 24th of december till the 24th of januari. It’s are second time in Thailand, so we visited already: Bangkok (several tilmes), Kanchanaburi, Ayuthaya, Sukhothai, Lopburi, Chiang Khan, Nongkhai and Koh Samet. We also have visited Cambodia and Vietnam for a month, so we don’t mind travelling in less comfortable circumstances.
We like a little bit of everything, so I tried to make an itinerary with some culture, nature/trekking, beach and major cities.
Is this itinerary do-able ? Do we forget some not-to miss places ? Are there places we better avoid during the high season ?
Any suggestion is welcome to improve are experience in Thailand.
24/12 : leaving from Brussels
25/12 : arriving in Singapore
28/12 : Singapore
29/12 : flight to Chiang Mai
31/12 : Chiang Mai
01/01 : bus to Mae Sot
02/01 : Mae Sot
03/01 : trekking in/to Umphang
04/01 : trekking
05/01 : Umphang and return to Mae Sot
06/01 : bus to Mae Sariang
08/01 : Mae Sariang
09/01 : bus to Mae Hong Son
11/01 :Mae Hong Son
12/01 : flight to Phuket via Chiang Mai
13/01 : Phuket
14/01 : boat to Ko Phi Phi
16/01 : Ko Phi Phi
17/01 : boat to Ko Lanta
18/01 : Ko Lanta
19/01 : boat or minivan to Krabi
20/01 : flight to Bangkok
21/01 : Bangkok : cycling tour with Co Van Kessel
22/01 : shopping in MBK
23/01 : return to Brussels
24/01 arriving in Belgium
Thanks in advance for any advice !
#1 Posted: 4/11/2009 - 15:24
21st October, 2006
Total reviews: 4
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anything in particular you're planning to see/hunt down in Singapore? really rare to see someone allocate more time for Singapore than for Chiangmai ;)
#2 Posted: 4/11/2009 - 18:43
4th November, 2009
not really, we're flying with singapore airlines and it's possible to visit Singapore without any more-cost. We hoped to stay there for 2 days (saturday and sunday, we're arriving friday evening), but there was no flight to Chiangmai on monday. On the other hand we like major cities so three days isn't so much.
#3 Posted: 4/11/2009 - 21:57
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