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One Week in Thailand

Plan Your One-Week Itinerary in Thailand

If you are looking to go on a holiday in Thailand but are limited with time, Thailandos can help you plan your one-week trip to Thailand which will leave you with a fulfilling experience!

Thailand is one of the many countries where not only is it a tropical paradise but it is also rich in history and culture. Thailand offers a variety of things to do for all types of holidays and for everyone.

Here is our recommended one-week itinerary for an exclusive Thai holiday experience…

Magical Journey to the Andaman Sea

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Thailand’s Andaman Sea is renowned for being one of the calmest seas in the world and also for its pristine natural beauty and rich marine life.

2 Days in Phuket

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Phuket is the biggest island in Thailand, located in the Andaman Sea. You can start your trip by visiting Phuket and its many attractions.

Getting to Phuket

You can fly from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Aiport (BKK) or Don Mueang International Airport (DMK) to Phuket International Airport (HKT).

Getting Around Phuket

There are many options to get around Phuket. You can hire private taxis or vans throughout your trip. You can also rent a car but note that an international driver’s license is required.

Moreover, you can use a transportation application called ‘Grab’, where you can book a ride via vehicles that you prefer with just the tip of your fingers.

Things To Do in Phuket

Day 1: Beach and Relaxation

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Once you have arrived in Phuket, head to the nearest beach to your hotel/resort or Nai Harn Beach where you can spend your first day lying on the soft white sand in the warm Sun with a coconut drink next to you.

Get a massage by the beach with a view overlooking the sea where you can relax after a long journey.

Then, if you are looking to experience Phuket nightlife, visit Bangla Road by Patong Beach where you will get to enjoy street food, restaurants, music, and entertainment.

Or, you can also spend the evening at a fine-dining restaurant and indulge yourself in both international and traditional Thai cuisines.

Day 2: Island Hopping

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Start your day early in the morning and go on an island tour. The tour agency will usually pick you up at your hotel/resort at around 7.00 a.m., making it extremely convenient for travelers to enjoy Phuket’s delights.

The island tour typically takes you to the magical Phi Phi Islands, see Maya Bay where the Beahc movie took place, see monkeys in their natural habitat at Monkey Beach, and snorkel around Phi Phi Islands. Some tour agencies may even offer an all-you-can-eat lunch at Phi Phi Island.

You will get to experience the lavishing nature of Phi Phi Islands and enjoy outdoor activities.

Explore the Wonders of Krabi for 2 Days

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Only about a 3-hour drive from Phuket, you will be able to embrace the stunning scenery of limestone cliffs and crystal clear water of Krabi. 

Getting to Krabi from Phuket

You can hire a private taxi or van to Ao Nang, Krabi. Ao Nang is a town in Krabi that offers many amazing things for tourists to enjoy and is also the best place to stay in Krabi.

Getting Around Krabi

You can also hire a private taxi around Krabi or rent a car/motorbike. Grab is also available for car options.

Things To Do in Krabi

Day 3: Emerald Pool and Ao Nang Beach

Arrive in Krabi early in the morning so you have time to explore this beautiful province. After leaving your luggage at your hotel, you can hire a tour or a taxi to the Emerald Pool. Krabi’s Emerald Pool is located in the Klong Thom district, just about an hour away from Ao Nang.

At the Emerald Pool, you can wander around the jungle full of fascinating trees and nature. You can also swim in the turquoise fresh water surrounded by streams and a mountain view.

In the evening, you can explore Ao Nang’s nightlife. There are many restaurants by the beach where you can enjoy delicious food, both Thai and international cuisines. There are also entertainment and relaxation delights such as Ao Nang cabaret show, massage & spa, live music, and street food. Exploring Ao Nang at night is the perfect way to spend your evening.

Day 4: Fun Adventure and Stunning Nature at Railay

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Visit Railay, a true definition of a hidden paradise. It is located near the coast of Ao Nang, Krabi, and can only be accessed by boat. There are traditional long-tailed boats and ferries that will take you to Railay within 20 minutes with amazing views of the Andaman Sea.

Once arrived in Railay, you will get to experience the white beaches, limestone cliffs surrounding the beach in a crescent, and amazing clear blue water.

Railay offers a variety of outdoor activities such as rock climbing, kayaking, paddle boarding, and more. The most popular activity that attracts people from all over the world to Railay is rock climbing. There are professionals who give out instructions and safety guidelines to make sure you are safe and secure during your climb. If you are an adrenaline junkie, rock climbing at Railay is an ideal way to fulfill your thirst for adventure.  

You can also explore Phra Nang Cave where you will find a shrine and craft offerings dedicated to Phra Nang or just simply wander around the bay. You may spot monkeys and animals on the roads as well. Railay is definitely worth visiting if you are looking for a nature haven.

Back to Central Thailand: Bangkok and Kanchanaburi Edition

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Getting to Bangkok 

You can fly from Krabi International Airport (KBV) to both airports in Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi Airport and Don Mueang Airport).

Getting Around Bangkok

Once you have arrived in Bangkok, transportation is extremely convenient. There are private taxis, vans, subways, sky trains, and even an Airport Rail Link which is a form of sky train that takes you from the airport to places in Bangkok City.

More transportation options are Grab and Bolt.

Day 5: Explore the Capital

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Discover what Bangkok has to offer. Visit the Phra Nakhon area where you can explore the Grand Palace, Wat Arun, Wat Pho next to Chao Phraya River, and many Michelin-star restaurants such as Jay Fai Restaurant.

Then, spend your evening in China Town (Yaowarat) and uncover the most diverse and the most amazing street food whether they are Chinese, Thai, or International alike.

There are also many top-rated Thai-Chinese-style restaurants that guarantee you the authentic experience of Thai-Chinese dining culture, making it the perfect place to spend your evening in Bangkok.

Day 6: One-Day-Trip to Kanchanaburi

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Things To Do in Kanchanaburi

Spend your morning there by heading straight to Erawan Falls. Erawan Falls is nestled in the Erawan National Park and has the most magical waterfalls that will leave visitors awestruck. 

There are 7 levels of the waterfalls and each level has its own unique quality. If you are an adventure enthusiast, we recommend you hike up the waterfalls to level 7. There, you will get to take in the beautiful view of the park and get good exercise.

If you simply want to relax, you are also allowed to swim in the pristine blue waters with fish and lifeguards ensuring your safety. 

There are restaurants in and around the park where you can have lunch and get ready for the next adventure in Kanchanaburi City.

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In the afternoon, head back to the city and uncover the Bridge over the River Kwai, also known as the Death Railway. The bridge was built in 1942 during World War II by prisoners of war for the purpose of the Japanese force being able to transport cargo to India through Thailand and Myanmar. Many prisoners lost their lives during the course of the event.

In present days, you can walk on the bridge and visit museums to learn about the history of the railway and what happened in Kanchanaburi during the war.

Next to the Death Railway locates the Jeath War Museum where you can discover displays and texts about the conditions of the prisoners of war and many more heartbreaking stories about the war.

You can also visit the Kanchanaburi War Cemetary where the graves of the prisoners of war under the Japanese occupation lie. There are no entrance fees to enter the cemetery and it is now supported by expats around the world who have lost their family members in this unfortunate event.

Day 7: Gifts and Sevouniers

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As it is your last day in Thailand and you are in Bangkok, wrap up your trip by visiting the many malls that Bangkok has to offer.

You can visit Siam Paragon, MBK Center, or Chatujak Weekend Market to get Thai gadgets and gizmos for your friends and family. Or visit Icon Siam, a luxury mall with traditional Thai-themed interiors located next to the majestic Chao Phraya River. Icon Siam offers a luxurious shopping experience harmonized with authentic Thai shops.

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