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Tuesday, August 6, 2013

20 Days Recommended Cultural Itinerary in Thailand




As promised, we start to publish some useful itineraries in Thailand.

This “Cultural itinerary" is made for a journey of 20 days with an extra 5 days to visit Angkor in Cambodia (I absolutely recommend you to do visit Angkor when in Thailand!).
Follow it and you will see the most amazing monuments Thailand has to offer!
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Click on the links below on this post to read more about the destinations already featured in our posts.



Here our recommended itinerary:

(click on the links below to open the posts about the different destinations)



3 Days in Bangkok 
The Imperial Palace cannot be missed in your cultural itinerary and should take a full day to visit it. For the rest is certainly worth to visit the city, wonder around and get a feeling of the life in Bangkok, although it will be very tiring.

3 Days in Ayutthaya 


Two hours away from Bangkok, Ayutthaya is certainly worth a visit. The many archaeological sites are in the centre of the city are very interesting and to be visited properly would need three days.
























2 Days in Sukhotai 


It is halfway between Ayutthaya and Chiang Mai and has a wonderful archaeological park definitely worth a visit.

It is one of the most amazing places of the world!


Click here to read our post about Sukhotai 




3 Days in Chiang Mai 
Chiang Mai possesses some of the most beautiful pagoda-style temples in Thailand. Allow 2 days for visit the temples and the town and one day to visit Wat Phra That Doi Suthep


Click here to read our post about Chiang Mai




4 Days in Chiang Rai 
Further North, Chiang Rai is surroneded by wonderful mountains. Visit the temples and allow enough time to visit one of the many mountain villages of the Long Neck People.



4 Days in Phetchaburi (one day of travel) 
Visit the wonderful city of Phetchaburi. Although less famous than many other destinations in Thailand it is particularly interesting for the shape and the position of its temples overlooking the city. It is definitely worth to spend a day on an excursion to Tham Khao Luang Cave


Click here to read our post about Phetchaburi 



5 Days in Angkor Wat (including one of travel) 

Click here to read our post about Angkor Wat

1 Day back to Bangkok. 
If you have time visit the Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles near the Grand Palace



Where can I read more about Thailand?