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Temple tours and cooking classes. Waterfalls and jungle walks. Tuk-tuk rides and longtail boat cruises. This tour really helps you get under the skin of Thailand and Cambodia, taking you from cities to ancient temples via national parks. Your hotels are some of the highlights, too: they include a tented camp in Khao Yai national park, a collection of traditional wooden Khmer stilt houses, and a luxe, eco-friendly floating lodge set in the Cardamom Mountains.
- 16 Nights in hotels
- International flight & domestic flights
- 35 Meals including; 16 breakfasts, 10 lunches and 9 dinners
- 19 Guided excursions and visits
- Tours of Bangkok; Ayutthaya; and Phnom Penh
- Chao Phraya River dinner cruise
- Longtail boat canal cruise
- Visits to Bridge on the River Kwai (with museum and cemetery); Erawan Waterfall; Koh Chen and Kampong Chhnang; Wat Ek Phnom (with Battambang art tour); Angkor Wat; Angkor Thom & Bayon Temple; Bakong Temple
- VIP door-to-door travel service
- Check-in service by Titan staff
- Free connecting flights from regional airports
- Services of an experienced Titan tour manager
- Scheduled Thai Airways flights
- Best available coaches with Wi-Fi and experienced drivers
- Hotel porterage
- Airport taxes, security charges and fuel surcharges
- UK Air Passenger Duty
Day 1: London - In Flight
Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service collects you from home for your flight to Bangkok.
Day 2: Bangkok
We transfer to the Ramada Plaza Menam Riverside Hotel.
Day 3: Bangkok
We meet early for a look at Buddhist culture, starting at Wat Pho, the Temple of the Reclining Buddha. We arrive at the grand temple as the resident monks gather for their morning chants, and witness this deeply spiritual ritual.
Day 4: Bangkok
Board a longtail boat to cruise along Bangkok’s intricate network of canals, with glimpses of village life on the water’s edge. We stop at the Royal Barge Museum to see the spectacular teak boats used by Thailand’s Royal family.
Day 5: Bangkok - Kanchanaburi
We depart for Kanchanaburi and the Bridge on the River Kwai, built by Allied prisoners of war during World War II. Visit the Thailand-Burma Railway Centre Museum and nearby War Cemetery.
Day 6: Kanchanaburi - Ayutthaya - Khao Yai
Ayutthaya is a former capital with a temple-studded landscape. We explore by Kermit tuk-tuk, stopping at the venerated Wat Yai Chaimongkol, the royal Wat Phra Sri Sanphet temple and Wat Mahathat.
Day 7: Khao Yai National Park
We drive into the beautiful National Park for a 3km forest walk to Nong Phug She Tower. Located near Nong Phug Shee pond, the main water source for many creatures, you have a good chance of seeing elephants and other wild animals.
Day 8: Khao Yai - Chantaburi
We travel to Chantaburi, arriving for lunch. Our exploration of the town takes us to the Chantaboon Waterfront Community, grown from a riverside trading spot some 300 years ago to witness the local, Chinese-influenced culture.
Day 9: Chantaburi - Koh Khong
Today we journey to Cambodia and the Four Rivers Floating Lodge (4T) in Koh Khong. The last stretch of the journey is by boat, with our unique accommodation hovering over the tranquil Tatai River amidst the unspoilt forest, rare orchids and beautiful frangipani of Cardamom National Park.
Day 10: Koh Khong
The thunder of the majestic Tatai Falls reveals the river’s true power as it drops 6m to the rocks below. We sail on a tributary into the heart of the Cardamom jungle to gaze at the turbulent waters and enjoy a picnic lunch amongst the sights and sounds of the jungle.
Day 11: Koh Kong - Phnom Penh
Enjoy time at leisure until we transfer by boat and onwards to Phnom Penh, where we check in at the Iroha Garden Hotel.
Day 12: Phnom Penh
Phnom Penh was once considered one of the most beautiful cities in the Orient, and tree-lined boulevards and colonial-era buildings still reflect the glorious days, where Asian and Western traditions meet in a fascinating way.
Day 13: Phnom Penh - Battambang
On our way to Battambang, we visit Koh Chen, a village on an island in the Tonlé Sap River known for its production of silver crafts; and Kampong Chhnang, to learn of both the traditional pottery it is famed for, and the production of traditional rice wine.
Day 14: Battambang
This morning visit Wat Ek Phnom, an 11th century temple, and Wat Ek Phnom Pagoda, which has one of the most impressive collections of Buddhist wall and ceiling paintings in Cambodia.
Day 15: Battambang - Siem Reap
Our journey continues to Siem Reap and the FCC Angkor Boutique Hotel (4T). This afternoon we visit Angkor Wat, one of the most important archaeological sites in Southeast Asia.
Day 16: Siem Reap
Ancient Angkor Thom was the last capital of the Great Khmer Empire. We enter through the South Gate, carved with elephants and four giant faces, and head to the Bayon Temple, a 12th century masterpiece with 54 towers displaying 216 smiling faces.
Day 17: Siem Reap
Learn the secrets of authentic Khmer cuisine with a cooking class in a local house, and enjoy your creations for lunch. This afternoon we visit the 9th century Bakong Temple, before time at leisure.
Day 18: Siem Reap - Bangkok - In Flight
This morning is at leisure, or take an optional excursion to Artisans d’Angkor. We transfer to the airport for your return flight to the UK.
Day 19: London
Upon arrival, your Titan vehicle will be waiting for the journey home.
Please note, prices listed are guide prices only and are based on 2 people sharing and don't include any additional supplements. Holiday prices are fluid and dynamic and may be changed at a moment's notice, prior to booking, at which point they are confirmed. Please call the team free on 0800 707 6229 for more departure dates available and a quote.
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