In Bangkok you can discover how the Grand Palace and the temples effortlessly entwine with the frenetic streets. Be swept along in the crowds and weave through traffic in a tuk tuk before venturing to Wat Pho, home to all 46 metres of the reclining Buddha. End this thrilling adventure by crossing over the waters of the Chao Phraya River where in 1782 King Rama I built some of the world’s most beautiful temples with the canals earning Bangkok its nickname, “Venice of the East”.
That’s not where the adventure stops though, after Bangkok a week’s well-earned relaxation is lined up and Krabi is just a short flight away! A stay here is akin to escaping to your very own “garden of Eden”. An intoxicating fusion of azure seas, white beaches and verdant rainforests, Krabi is further strengthened with the New York Times’ recent release of its “52 Places to Go in 2014”. The list tags Krabi as “A Phuket-like hideaway, but still unspoiled.” Your Thailand love affair begins with us!