Bangkok, Koh Samui and Koh Tao Multi Centre

Bangkok is an enthralling destination overflowing with cultural attractions, excellent shopping opportunities and mouth-watering cuisine to rival anywhere in the world. No trip to Thailand would be complete without a visit to this bustling, eclectic and mysterious metropolis. A short flight south will take you to your next destination - Koh Samui. This is a cosmopolitan melting pot of experiences and sensations. Palm-fringed shorelines and granite peaks cloaked in virgin rainforest offset cultural sights and delicious, varied cuisine. From relaxing to active, spiritual to lively, we love the choices Koh Samui has on offer. Finally, in complete contrast to where your journey started – take a boat over to what is known locally as Turtle Island - Koh Tao. This small and unique island is a gem to explore. White sandy beaches, chill-out bars, great seafood and amazing scuba diving, your experience here will last a lifetime

Our Experts Recommend:
  • The perfect combination of city and beach
  • Bangkok is the gateway to the rest of Thailand
  • Only a one hour flight from Bangkok to Koh Samui
  • Luxury accommodation throughout

Sample Itinerary Summary

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13 days
Destination Breakdown

Asia’s most distinctive city is a haven for those who are fascinated by palaces or golden temples, such as the incredible Grand Palace or the Emerald Buddha Temple. Prepare to be spellbound by the Wat Arun temple, found on the Chao Phraya River with its seventy metre glass spire.

Koh Samui

Known as Thailand’s most dynamic chameleon, Koh Samui is a cosmopolitan melting point of experiences and sensations; from palm-fringed shorelines and lush rainforest to cultural sights and delicious cuisine.

It’s an easy island to explore; travel along the one main road to see stunning beaches and resorts, all with their own unique identity. The more active traveller can enjoy a range of island activities including kite surfing and quad biking while culture vultures can visit the Big Budda, Koh Samui’s most prominent landmark situated in the north of the island. We also recommend paying a visit to the Fisherman’s Village in Bophut; a great place for evening dining and a spot of shopping.

Koh Tao

Possibly Thaland's best kept secret, Koh Tao is an island of many delights. Expect beaches of golden sands, secluded bays and an exciting scuba diving paradise. The island has some of Thailand's most gorgeous beaches and bays, in particular Haad Tien (Rocky Bay, Sairee Beach and Tanote Bay.) The waters are crystal clear, making them ideally suited to swimming and snorkelling as well as diving.