Angkor, Jungle & Islands



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Main Highlights:
•    Angkor Wat Temple, The World’s Biggest Religious Monument.
•    Angkor Thom -  in XIIth century has 1 million people and it was the world’s largest city.
•    Back to the Nature - Khao Sok National Park and the oldest ecosystem of the Earth
•    “Finding Neverland” - the most beautiful islands and beaches of Andaman Sea - of Indian Ocean

Tour start: Bangkok (Thailand)
Tour end: Bangkok (Thailand)

Duration: about 2 weeks


Price: from $1,850.- pp*
* USD per person, double occupancy. Custom designed private tour. Iitinerary may be tailored as you wish, with extra days, change a hotel, visit different attraction etc. Prices subject to change.



Suggested ITINERARY - subject to personalisation
Day 1:Welcome to Thailand
After arrival in Bangkok, airport transfer with private vehicle, driver, and English-speaking guide. Accomodation in a 4**** hotel, relax by the hotel’s pool. Dinner and introduction to Thai Food.


Day 2: BANGKOK   "City of Angels"

After breakfast – Bangkok private tour: Grand Palace, Wat Phra Keow, Wat Po, canal trip, flower market . Return to your hotel.

Day 3: THAILAND > CAMBODIA    Crosscountry    
Transfer by private vehicle to Thai-Cambodia border. Sightseeing country and local people during the trip. Enjoy fresh fruits on the way. Crossing the border by walk. Meet your private driver and vehicle and transfer to 3*** Hotel in Siem Reap . Relax time. Dinner at hotel.

Day 4: ANGKOR WAT       The World’s Biggest Religious Monument
Meet your private English-speaking guide to Cambodia. Excursion to temples (“small circle”) : Angkor Wat, Bayon, Angkor Thom, Phimeanakas, Terrace of the Elephants, Terrace of Leper King,  Ta Phrom – famous from movie „Tomb Rider” with Angelina Jolie. Lunch during the tour. Return to hotel. Hotel provides free shuttle van to the center of Siem Reap (Pub Street, Night Market) at evening.

Day 5: SIEM REAP       Temples on the Big Circle
Meet your guide and further sightseeing temples: Banteay Srey, Neak Pean, Kruol Ko, Ta Som, East i West Me Bon , Pre Rup i Sras Srong. Lunch during excursion in Khmer restaurant, adjacent to temples. Return to hotel.

Day 6: KHAO SOK NATIONAL PARK     The oldest rainforest jungle of Earth
Private transfer to Thai-Cambodia border, cross the border and private travsfer to Bangkok airport. Flight to Suratthani. Meet your guide and transfer by private vehicle to Khao Sok National Park . Dinner. Accommodation in tourist hotel. Overnight.

Day 7: KHAO SOK > KRABI       The most beautiful peninsula in Thailand
Excursion by private boat around Cheow Lan Lake, around hundreds of bays and islets. Trip to the Coral Cave. Lunch and transfer by boat and private vehicle with guide to Krabi's seashore with 100 islets.  Accommodation in 3***+ Resort at Ao-nang Beach.

Day 8: KRABI        Islands, islets and rocks formations
Tour to near-by islands and islets by Thai long-tail boat. The best beaches: Princess Cave Beach of Railay Peninsula and Magic Beach of Chicken Island as well as White Beach of Poda Island. Return to hotel about 3 p.m.


Day 9: KRABI    Bonn Apetite

Learn how to cook in Thai Culinary School

Day 10-Day 12:  KRABI          Sea, sand, sun and Thai massage

At leisure.

Day 13: KRABI > BANGKOK        
At leisure. Transfer to airport and flight to Bangkok for your flight back home. End of services.


Tour Includes
Accommodation with breakfast, Activities, Transfers, Meals, Fees where indicated as per the itinerary - private guide -  personalised services.
Tour Excludes
Tips - Laundry - Soft drinks and alcoholic beverages unless explicitly noted - Optional activities/extras – Visas (unless noted).

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Do you know...

Bananas are herbs

There are both male and female banana trees. If the tree has a big flower it’s a female, a smaller bloom denotes a male.
Is a banana a fruit or a herb?
Both. A banana (the yellow thing you peel and eat) is undoubtedly a fruit , though since commercially grown banana plants are sterile, the seeds are reduced to little specks. The banana plant is called a 'banana tree' in popular use, but it's technically regarded as a herbaceous plant (or 'herb'), not a tree, because the stem does not contain true woody tissue. Its trunk is not a true one, but many leaves tightly wrapped around a single stem which emerges at the top as the fruit-bearing flower stalk.
The fruit fingers grow in clumps known as hands,since they resemble a hand with fingers. The entire stalk, known as a bunch, takes up to a year for the fruit to ripen enough to be harvested. The original stem dies after producing fruit, but sideshoots rise from the same underground corm to produce a new plant to be harvested the following year. The fruit itself is sterile, unable to produce a plant from the miniscule dark seeds within.
Some banana trees continue producing up to one hundred years, although most banana plantations renew their stock every ten to twenty-five years.

Bananas are the world's best-selling fruit, outranking the apple and orange.

Many uses
Banana shakes, banana pancakes, the list goes on; this fruit is part of any tourist’s staple diet! But it’s not just the fruit that’s used:
The flower is boiled with coconut milk to make a tasty soup
The leaves serve as food wrappings and plates
The stalk’s fibres are extremely strong and are used to make rope, string or twine which, in turn, are used to weave baskets, hats and place mats.
The banana also plays its part in a very important Thai festival. The stalk is used to make floats for the Loi Krathong festival, which takes place every November and pays homage to the goddess of water.