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Plans changed: 3 weeks two festivals

. How should I break this up?
So I have 3 weeks off in October and November. I thought I'd have more but work didn't like 5 weeks too much. So I've got 3 now.

I would like to see Yi Peng in Northern Thailand as well as Half Moon Party in Phangan.

i had a good itinerary before but now I have to cut.

I like prefer night life and beaches more than anything during this trip. But want to see northern Thailands temples in Chiang Mai
How do you think I should divide my time?

Here my ORIGINAL itinerary:

1) Bangkok -> Chiang Mai (northern capital, temples, food, scenic)
2) Chiang Mai -> Pai (trekking, scenic, traveller scene)
3) Pai -> Mae Hong Son (trekking, scenic, traveller scene)
4) Mae Hong Son -> Chiang Mai (northern capital,
temples, food, scenic)

Back to BKK

5a) Chiang Mai -> Bangkok -> Surat Thani -> Ko Samui/Ko Pha Ngan/Ko Tao (beaches, scenery, diving)
6a) Ko Samui / Ko Pha Ngan / Ko Tao -> Chumphon (caves, beaches, local flavour)
7a) Chumphon->Phetburi(Kaeng Krachan National Park)-> Bangkok,99.272461&spn=14.918869,26.367188&z=5&source=embed&dg=feature

Were 2 24 yrs.
$35/a day budget


Original plan: few days in BKK and then Chiang Mai for festival then stay in Chiang rai for a while and then finish on the islands.. then bkk then home.

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