Thailand & Cambodia Itinerary| Three Weeks

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Day One

Fly with Emirates to Bangkok via Dubai.

Depart LGW 09.40 – Arrive DXB 20.35

Depart DXB 22.35

Day Two

Arrive Bangkok Suvarnabhumi 07.35

Fly with Thai Smile Airways to Krabi.

Depart BKK 13.35 – Arrive KBV 14.50

Taxi from airport to Ao Nang should cost 600baht/£14

Boat across to Railay beach 100baht per person,  minimum of 8 people (you’ll wait until the boat is full with other passengers).

Check in to Sand Sea Resort, Railay Beach

Day Three

Beach day

Day Four

Beach day

Day Five 

4 Island tour by private long tail boat

*other things you could do that we didn’t: Muay Thai class, visit the emerald pool, visit more islands such as Koh Phi Phi or Hong island.

Day Six

Check out of Sand Sea Resort.

Fly with Air Asia to Chiang Mai

Depart KBV 14.50 – -Arrive CNX 16.45

Check in to Joy’s House.

Day Seven

Elephant Jungle Sanctuary

Day Eight

Baan Tong Luang Eco-Agricultural Village

Elephant poo poo paper park

Night market

Day Nine

Check out of Joy’s House.

Fly to Siem Reap via Bangkok.

Leave CNX 10.40 Arrive BKK 11.50 (Thai Airways)

Leave BKK 18.23 Arrive REP 19.45

*In the airport i’d recommend getting some massages done to pass the time.

Check in Residence Indochine D’angkor.

Day Ten

Tonle Sap tour with Beyond Unique

Day Eleven

Angkor Wat

Night Market

Day Twelve

Buddhist monk water blessing.

Night bus to Sihanoukville with Giant Ibis at 20.30.

Day Thirteen 

Check out of Indochine D’angkor (obviously done the day before but it’s worth keeping the room for the night so you have a place to go before the night bus).

Arrive Sihanoukville 06.30.

Buy tickets for ferry to Koh Rong Samloem with Speed Ferry Cambodia.

Check in to Moonlight Resort, Paradise Beach, Saracen Bay.

Snorkelling boat trip

Day Fourteen

Beach Day

Day Fifteen

Beach Day and visit to the waterfall

Day Sixteen 

Check out of Moonlight Resort.

Return to Sihanoukville.

Taxi to Kampot US$30-40

Check in to Gecko Village.

Day Seventeen

Salt flats

Pepper Farm

Crab Market

Day Eighteen

Check out of Gecko Village.

Taxi to Phnom Penh US$30-50 (we paid $30 as our host arranged it, but I was expecting to pay round the $50 mark.)

Flight to Bangkok Don Mueang with Air Asia.

Leave 09.10 PNH – Arrive 10.20 DMK

Check in Chatrium Hotel Riverside Bangkok.

Unicorn cafe.

Day Nineteen

Hyatt buffet lunch

Day Twenty 

Flight with Emirates to London via Dubai.

Leave 02.00 (BKK) – Arrive 06.00 (DXB)

Leave 07.40 (DXB) – Arrive 11.00 (LGW)

As I write about our individual experiences, they will all be linked onto this page. 

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36 replies to “Thailand & Cambodia Itinerary| Three Weeks

  1. Oh my gosh I’m insanely jealous! I’m desperate to get back to Thailand and I have to say that Changmai is the most wonderful place in the world. Amazing people and amazing food! We went to ENP rather than EJS but I heard EJS is great and shares the same ethics.

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  2. oh wow this is literally my dream trip! Cambodia is on my bucket list and def the first place i will visit when i can travel without the kids!

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  3. Oh wow what an amazing itinerary – I have to admit I love you got some beach days in, I don’t know why but I could really do with spending some time on a beach right now. Though all those amazing places it sounds like you went as well!

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  4. You itinerary looks amazing!! We have been to Thailand many times but never Cambodia and its been on our minds for sometime now. Do enjoy the trip.

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  5. What a great 3 week itinerary you have so much to explore and take in! I think this would be a holiday of a lifetime for sure and I would love to travel more

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  6. WOW What an agenda! I have always wanted to go to Angkor Wat so Cambodia has long been on my list. Thailand is somewhere I would love to see, however my plan is to work that in with a trip to Japan/Australia.
    I can’t wait to hear more about your travels soon xx

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