Asia Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Asia activity »
  1. 1 Transportation from PVG to Hotel
  2. 2 IMMUNIZATIONS Needed?? Thailand/Cambodia/Beijing
  3. 3 Do It Yourself/No taxi Tour in China?
  4. 4 Bali - 1st Time Visit - Help with Itinerary
  5. 5 2 nights Phuket - What beach to stay on?
  6. 6 Trip Report Impressions of India
  7. 7 First time backpacking - 5 weeks in Vietnam, Lao, Cambodia, and Thailand
  8. 8 Tokyo hotel help
  9. 9 Japan Help-Ryokan or no?
  10. 10 sri lanka two places, two hotels
  11. 11 Best place for a solo traveler to find a travel partner
  12. 12 Phone calls to UK from Japan
  13. 13 Overland Travel Chiang Mai to Manipur
  14. 14 How much Yen?
  15. 15 Any suggestions for travel agents for Taiwan?
  16. 16 South Korea for Chuseok
  17. 17 Trip Report Googling to going...to Gujarat!
  18. 18 Bhutan... Have You Been
  19. 19 Getting Yourself Around Beijing
  20. 20 Bhutan travel operator and number of days
  21. 21 Bali - What to do?
  22. 22 India (north-east) + Maldives ititneraty help
  23. 23 AirAsia ASEAN pass?
  24. 24 help with s.e.a. trip destination for xmas, family of 4
  25. 25 travel to Malaysia or Indonesia
View next 25 » Back to the top

2 weeks in Thailand itinerary

Jump to last reply

I've started planning a trip to Thailand for October 2014 for my SO and myself.

Friday Oct 10th- Depart DFW
(7am) Oct 12th- land BKK
12th-16th Bangkok
Evening of the 16th- Depart Bangkok for Chang Mai (Plane? train?)
17th- 19th Chang Mai
19th- 21st Chang Rai/Golden Triangle
21st- 25th ????
26th- 2:05 AM Depart BKK

For the 21st to the 25th I would really like to visit a beach, any beach! Myanmar? Fly to the east coast of Southern Thailand?

Any suggestions on this itinerary would be much appreciated.
As an American, my SO and I have have become very accustomed to fitting a LOT into our very limited vacation time (This trip will use up 80% of my vacation time, and I need to see my mom&dad for christmas!). We tend to do a few "cram everything possible in" trips over a few years, then pick a favorite destination to return to and truly immerse ourselves.

Thanks for your advice!

6 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement