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Please Help - Honeymoon In Thailand

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Hello!

Thanks for reading! Your thoughts and feedback are greatly appreciated! I'm planning a honeymoon for Nov. 20th - Dec. 6th in Thailand (17 days including travel days).

My fiancé and I are in our upper 30s. Active (like hiking etc.) and enjoy having a drink but we're not big on the club and bar scene (we would maybe go out dancing one night). I could use help with the review or our itinerary and filling in the blanks etc. Especially once we get to Phuket / Krabi etc. Here's what we have so far:

Fri. Nov 20th - Depart TX for Bangkok

Sat. Nov. 21st - Arrive in Bangkok between 11pm -12am

Sun. Nov. 22nd - The Royal Grand Palace, Wat Phra Kaew, Wat Pho & maybe Pak Klong
Talad and / or a canal tour (looking at using a private guide)

Mon. Nov. 23rd - Private tour guide - Damnern Saduak Market, Maeklong Railway Market

Tues. Nov. 24th - Private tour guide - Ayutthaya Tour

Wed. Nov. 25th - fly to Chiang Mai. Explore CM on our own in the afternoon

Thurs. Nov. 26th - Elephant Nature Park - day trip only

Fri. Nov. 27th - Doi Inthanon National Park - maybe hire a cab driver for the day?

Sat. Nov. 28th - Maybe Wat Phra Doi Suthep and that area. We found a tour company that actually leads a couple hr. hike in the area around Doi Suthep vs. driving to the different sites.

Sun. Nov. 29th - Fly to Phuket

Mon. Nov. 30th - open day

Tues. Dec. 1st - open day

Wed. Dec. 2nd - open day

Thurs. Dec. 3rd - open day

Fri. Dec. 4th - open day

Sat Dec. 5th - fly back to TX. Not sure about flying out of Bangkok or Phuket? it looks to be about $1,000 per person cheaper to fly out of Bangkok. If we go that route, we might have to get back to Bangkok on Fri. Dec. 4th.

We know we want to spend a couple of nights in Krabi. Any recommendations? It looks like Phra Nang Beach is nice. My fiancé would really like to take a boat tour around Ao Phang Nga as she really wants to see the jagged cliffs, boat through some sea caves etc.

What about visiting Koh Phi Phi Don? Could we stay in Krabi maybe Dec. 1st -4th do a boat tour to some of the other islands?

Probably wouldn't do any diving but looking to go snorkeling, enjoy the beach etc. I see that Kathie recommended John Grey Sea Tours in another thread.

In Bangkok & Phuket we have accommodations with Hyatt. The Hyatt in Phuket looks really nice so one could make a case for hanging at the hotel pools etc. one day but the beaches in the Krabi area look like a dream so I'm thinking we get there ASAP from Phuket.

What's the best way to get from Phuket to Krabi? boat? hire a private cab?

That's prob. enough for one thread. Sorry this is so long. Looking forward to your thoughts and very open to feedback if something on the itinerary doesn't look like it flows right.

Khop Khun!

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