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Thailand  

Thailand Loy Krathong (Festival of Lights) in Chiang Mai followed by sun and sand in the south

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Christopher will take the lead and plan your journey for you. Just sit back and enjoy the adventure.

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On the day of the full moon, in the twelfth month of the traditional Thai lunisolar calendar, Thailand shines in a very special glow. The whole country lights up, be it in Bangkok or Phuket, floating torches rise into the sky and both residents and tourists celebrate until the early hours of the morning. It is one of the most famous and probably most beautiful festivals in all of Thailand - the Loy Krathong (also known as Loi Krathong or Yi Peng), better known as the Festival of Lights. The big festival takes place every year on the full moon night of the twelfth lunar month, between the end of October and the end of November. This year, that day falls on the 8-9. November 2022. Then we will go to the south of Thailand and spend the rest of the time there on one or the other island. Precisely for this period I am still looking for motivated people to travel with me. I would be available as a guide myself and plan the process. If I have piqued your interest, feel free to contact me or write to me on WhatsApp on the phone number you will get with the first request.
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Day 1-3

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Bangkok

Day 1-3

Bangkok, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon for short Krung Thep has been the capital of the Kingdom of Thailand since 1782. It has special administrative status and is ruled by a governor. The capital has 8.249 million inhabitants (2010 census) and is by far the largest city in the country. A total of 14.566 million people live in the Bangkok Metropolitan Region (BMR), the largest metropolitan area in Thailand (2010 census). has been the capital of the Kingdom of Thailand since 1782. It has special administrative status and is ruled by a governor. The capital has 8.249 million inhabitants (2010 census) and is by far the largest city in the country. A total of 14.566 million people live in the Bangkok Metropolitan Region (BMR), the largest metropolitan area in Thailand (2010 census). Since 2016, Bangkok has been the number one most visited city in the world with over 20 million tourists annually. The time to UTC is +7 hours. The time difference to Central Europe is +6 hours in winter and +5 hours in summer, as there is no summer time in Thailand.

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Day 3-7

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Chiang Mai

Day 3-7

You want to discover the north with its many secrets, then you are in the right place, I can give you an insight into this area with all its diversity of culture and nature on site. It is the capital of Mueang Chiang Mai County (Amphoe) and the capital of Chiang Mai Province. With around 135,000 inhabitants, it is the largest and culturally most important city in the northern region of Thailand and is also known as the Rose of the North because of its natural beauty. I'll show you the city and everything around Chiang Mai to see temples, elephants, various markets and bars.

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Day 7-11

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Ko Samui

Day 7-11

Ko Samui is an island (Thai: Ko or Koh) in the province of Surat Thani (Thailand) located east of the Isthmus of Kra, about 35 kilometers from the mainland. Ko Samui is also the headquarters of the administrative district (Amphoe) Ko Samui. With an area of 233 km² [1], Ko Samui is the third largest island in Thailand after Ko Phuket and Ko Chang. [2] It is part of the Samui Archipelago (Muu Ko Samui), to which about 60 other islands belong, including Ko Pha-ngan, Ko Tao, Ko Nang Yuan, Ko Taen and the around 40 islands of the Ang Thong National Park. Samui is 258 nautical miles south of Bangkok. At the narrowest point it is 21 kilometers and at the widest point 26 kilometers wide. The interior of the country is a mountain landscape that is largely covered by secondary forest. With the exception of a few remains, the original jungle was cut down a long time ago to make room for plantations. The highest mountain is the 635 m high Khao Thai Kwai in the southwest of the island. A 51-kilometer ring road runs around the island, mostly along the coast. Ferries connect the capital Ban Na Thon with the provincial capital Surat Thani on the mainland as well as with the northern neighboring islands Pha-ngan (also accessible from the places Mae Nam and Bo Phut) and Tao.

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Day 11-14

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Bangkok

Day 11-14

Our journey ends here and we can discover new things in the urban jungle. Here you can pint in one of the big shopping centers or just stroll through China Town. In the evening party on Kaho San Road, the party mile in Bangkok. Or visit one of the many sights in Bangkok.

TripLeader

Christopher

32 years old

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Hello, I'm Christopher 31 years old, I come from Mosbach. I have traveled to Thailand several times and lived and worked there for a while. I am a cheerful, humorous person who can be had for almost any kind of fun. I love to keep discovering new things with new people. I know myself very well in Thailand and am happy to offer myself as a guide to discover new things with you or to share my experiences with you.

Profile description: Hello, I'm Christopher 31 years old, I come from Mosbach. I have traveled to Thailand several times and lived and worked there for a while. I am a cheerful, humorous person who can be had for almost any kind of fun. I love to keep discovering new things with new people. I know myself very well in Thailand and am happy to offer myself as a guide to discover new things with you or to share my experiences with you.

What is included

Accommodation
Hotel & Apartments & Other
14 days trip
Bangkok, Chiang Mai & 2 more
Transportation
Plane

3 TripMates are interested