07D THAILAND ATTRACTIONS takes you to KRABI and KO SAMUI which are the destinations to go to when your life is running on a loop and you want to break free for a breath of fresh air and immerse yourself in the salt and sea. A vacation that tightly packs everything for everyone.
Krabi is known for craggy, sheer limestone cliffs, dense mangrove forests, and more than a hundred offshore islands. Some of its most popular beach destinations include the Phi Phi Islands. Take a dip in the thermal hot-spring bath, take a nature walk to have a look at the exotic flora and other vegetation of the park or head to the Khlong Thom Waterfall to have mesmerizing views.
Ko Samui is known for its palm-fringed beaches, coconut groves, and dense, mountainous rainforest, plus luxury resorts and posh spas. Visit the landmark 12m-tall golden Big Buddha statue at Wat Phra Yai Temple, located on a tiny island connected to Ko Samui by a causeway. Take day trips to the limestone-cliff islets of Ang Thong Marine National Park and experience snorkelling and diving.
07D THAILAND ATTRACTIONS gives you a bonanza of the cultural heritage of Buddhist temples, a joyful elephant ride, and a scintillating tour of the pristine four islands abroad long-tailed boats. Visit the amazing rock formations, cascading waterfalls and enjoy the varied marine life at the Angthong Marine Park. Amidst all this overdose of sightseeing, don't forget to soak up the luxury of lazing on the beaches and the ubiquitous psychedelic parties. Take your pick and enjoy six nights of unfettered life.
Refresh, rejuvenate and enjoy memorable good times with your family or loved one, before jumping back into your normal routine life.
Long-tailed boat ride.
03 Nights in Krabi
03 Nights in Koh Samui
Krabi, on southern Thailand’s west coast, is a province characterized by craggy, sheer limestone cliffs, dense mangrove forests, and more than a hundred offshore islands. Some of its most popular beach destinations include the Phi Phi Islands, which jut from the sea like giant rainforested boulders, and Railay Beach, accessible only by boat and a prominent rock-climbing spot.
At low-key Ao Nang Beach, the seaside streets are lined with backpacker guesthouses, Thai seafood restaurants, and tiny souvenir shops. Day trips around the area include island hopping and scuba diving among coral reefs at rugged Mu Ko Lanta National Park. Tiger Cave Temple, where Buddhist monks worship in a series of caves, is reached by a steep stairway with views of the provincial capital, Krabi Town, and the Andaman Sea. The 2 unusual slanting rock hills north of town at Khao Kanab Nam are considered Krabi’s symbol.
Best time to Visit:
Peak season is Nov–Mar, with warm weather and clear, sunny skies making this prime time for beachgoing, snorkeling, and diving. Spring (Apr), brings the southwest monsoon with heavy rains and choppy seas, and Jun-Oct it is often too rough to swim. Local events include Songkran/Thai New Year (Apr) and the Krabi Berg Fah Andaman Festival (Nov), which features parades, cultural and musical performances, and sea kayak competitions.
Ko Samui, Thailand’s second largest island, lies in the Gulf of Thailand off the east coast of the Kra Isthmus. It's known for its palm-fringed beaches, coconut groves, and dense, mountainous rainforest, plus luxury resorts and posh spas. The landmark 12m-tall golden Big Buddha statue at Wat Phra Yai Temple is located on a tiny island connected to Ko Samui by a causeway.
The popular beaches of Chaweng and Lamai, on the east coast, have lounge chairs and strolling vendors, while the towns around them are the island’s party centers, packed with pubs, go-go bars, and nightclubs. On the north side is the more laid-back village of Bo Phut, which features former Chinese shophouses converted to stylish restaurants, cafes, and boutique hotels, as well as a night market selling street food, clothing, and souvenirs. Nearby lies tranquil Maenam Beach, while the old capital Nathon lies on the west coast. Day trips to the limestone-cliff islets of Ang Thong Marine National Park offer snorkeling and diving.
Best time to Visit:
Most visitors arrive Dec-Apr, when the weather is warm and mostly dry, though the climate is warm and humid year-round. The rainy season is Sep-Dec. Local events include the celebrations for Songkran/Thai New Year (Apr), the Samui Regatta (May) and Loi Krathong (Nov), the “festival of lights” that sees thousands of tiny candles launched in floats across the water.
Day 1: Arrival in Krabi
On arrival in Krabi, drive to the hotel. The remaining day is on leisure. Krabi is one of the most popular towns in Thailand, which is known for offering wonderful experiences to its visitors. It is not only home to a number of tourist attractions but also offers exciting adventures. Overnight at Krabi.
Day 2: Krabi
After breakfast, start an exciting day to discover the tropical jungle of Krabi. Arrive at the Khao Nor Chur Chi National Park to take a dip in the thermal hot-spring bath. Next, take a nature walk, to have a look at the exotic flora and other vegetation of the park. Later, head to the Khlong Thom Waterfall offering mesmerizing views. After this, you can swim and relax in the clean waters of the Emerald Pool, which is followed by a special lip-smacking Thai lunch at a local restaurant.
Continue the tour and travel to the revered Tiger Cave Temple, which is a popular meditation center. Climb the stairs to arrive at the summit for admiring the massive golden Buddha statue, which has a height of 278 meters. Notice the wonderful Buddhist inspired architecture and savor the stunning views of Krabi. The day's tour ends with an elephant ride being managed by an experienced mahout (elephant driver) at the elephant camp. Overnight at Krabi.
Day 3: Krabi
After breakfast, embark on an island-hopping tour in Krabi. Embark on very famous Four Island Tour, including pristine islands like Thale-Wake, Chicken Island, Pordah Island, and Pra-Nang Bay. As you take a walk on the shores, treat your eyes to the breathtaking natural beauty of the place. You can also try snorkeling. Overnight at Krabi.
Day 4: Krabi – Koh Samui
After breakfast check-out from the hotel. Reach Krabi Airport for boarding the flight to Ko Samui. At Ko Samui, check in to the hotel. Rest of the day is on leisure. Koh Samui is one of the most popular islands in Thailand, which is quite popular as a honeymoon destination also. It is also the second largest island in the country and clean pristine beaches. Overnight at Krabi.
Day 5: Koh Samui
After breakfast, get ready for sightseeing on the island. First, visit the amazing rock formations of Hin Ta & Hin Yai, which are famously known as the Grandfather and Grandmother Rocks. Thereafter, visit the cascading Na-Muang Waterfalls, two fresh waterfalls that are located close to each other. Next is shopping at the capital of Ko Samui, Nathan. The markets here sell Thai fruits, home décor products, and eco-friendly beauty products and also has restaurants selling delicious seafood. Visit the famous landmark and attraction of the 12m high BigBuddha statue which is made of gold. Overnight at Koh Samui.
Day 6: Koh Samui
After breakfast, arrive at the pier, to board the big boat. Once you are on the boat, enjoy a light refreshment as the boat sails to the Angthong Marine Park. Arrive at Koh Wau Ta Lap. Enjoy the wonderful views of the panoramic islands. Later, you can either relax at the beach or can take part in snorkeling. Once you are back on-board the boat, savor special Thai buffet lunch. The rest of the day is on leisure. Overnight at Koh Samui.
Day 7: Departure from Koh Samui
After breakfast check out from the hotel and be transferred to the airport to board a return flight.