Thailand Wonders – 3N4D

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A 3 Nights 4 Days family travel package to Thailand, covering Bangkok, Ayutthaya, and Chiang Mai gives a blend of cultural charm, historical exploration, and the chance to partake in the dynamic air of Thailand's cities. The itinerary is intended to take special care of family interests while ensuring a vital and various experience.

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4 Days
Group Size

Day 1: Arrival in Bangkok

Arrive in Bangkok and move to your hotel. Rest and relax after your travel. Visit the Grand Palace, which includes the stunning Wat Phra Kaew, the Sanctuary of the Emerald Buddha.

Explore Wat Pho, known for its giant reclining Buddha sculpture. Take a boat ride along the Chao Phraya River to witness the city from an alternate point of view.

At night, you might explore the neighborhood markets or partake in a traditional Thai dinner.

*Travel Tip : Try not to offer negative remarks about the Thai monarchy, as it is a delicate subject.

Day 2: Ayutthaya Day Trip

Travel to Ayutthaya, the ancient capital of Thailand, known for its historic ruins and UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Visit Ayutthaya Historical Park, where you can explore the temples and old architecture. Return to Bangkok at night.

*Distance from Bangkok to Ayutthaya : Approx. 80 kilometers
Travel Time : Approx. 1.5 to 2 hours

Day 3: Flight to Chiang Mai

Fly to Chiang Mai, a city in the middle of mountains in northern Thailand. Visit the Old City and explore the temples, like Wat Chedi Luang and Wat Phra Singh.

Partake in a night at the bustling Night Market, where you can look for local crafts and try delicious street food.

*Distance from Bangkok to Ayutthaya : Approx. 560 kilometers
Travel Time : Approx. 1.5 to 2 hours

Day 4: Chiang Mai Exploration and Departure

Visit Doi Suthep, a mountain sanctuary with panoramic views of the city. Explore the nearby market and enjoy some traditional Northern Thai food.

Depart from Chiang Mai or broaden your visit according to your preferences.

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Chiang Mai offers activities for teens, such as zip-lining, mountain trekking, and visits to the Chiang Mai Night Safari. The city's vibrant markets and social experiences are likewise interesting to teens.

The best time for a family visit to Thailand is during the cool and dry season, which commonly runs from November to February. This period offers a charming climate, making it ideal for exploring different attractions without outrageous heat or heavy rainfall.

Thai food is different and delightful. Some must-attempt dishes include Pad Thai, Tom Yum soup, Green Curry, Som Tum (papaya salad), and Mango Sticky Rice. Be adventurous and explore nearby street food for a true culinary experience.

Thailand has an advanced transportation system. In cities like Bangkok, you can utilize the Skytrain, metro, and cabs. Tuk-tuks and songthaews (shared minibusses) are normal for short distances. Domestic flights are accessible for longer distances, and trains and transports are possibilities for inter-city travel.

Country Information

Thailand is popular for its floating markets, Damnoen Saduak floating market is close to Bangkok and is one of the well-known.

  1. While partaking in night time in Krabi, Bangkok, or Phuket, ensure that you follow the overall security tips.
  2. In Thailand, don’t visit the isolated seashores since there are high possibilities of getting robbed there.
  3. Eating with a fork is viewed as rude in Thailand. So favor eating with a spoon while dining in restaurants.
  4. Try to check out the night markets, cruises, and cabaret shows as well.
  5. The Grab App is presumably your smartest option regarding safe, genuine, and modest taxi rides.


*Thailand Emergency Hotline – 1155