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How we traveled through the heart of Thailand best tips for creating an amazing 2 to 3 week trip


Ayutthaya

Would you like to make a diverse tour of Thailand, without taking a domestic flight or a night train? Our free Travel Guide Central Thailand helps you with that. Based on this guide, you can create your own itinerary for 1, 2, or 3 weeks. Join us and travel off the beaten track through the heart of Thailand. And experience places where locals love to go.



Aside from Bangkok, central Thailand misses out on much of the tourism brochure love that’s afforded to both the south and the north. Sometimes that’s understandable – this is largely rice cultivation country, and it’s not as tightly packed with winning tourist attractions as other parts of Thailand – but that’s not to say there aren’t still heaps of gems worth tracking down. Planning on spending some time in central Thailand? Here’s where we recommend you visit.


Floating market

When Bangkok overwhelms, easy escapes within a few hours' drive from the city provide welcome relief. The flat fertile Central Plains, known as the country's Rice Bowl, contain the ruins of former kingdoms that ruled these lands from as long ago as the 6th century AD.



Bangkok

Bangkok is one of those legendary cities that is just so full of life. For first-timers, Bangkok may be a bit overwhelming. Don’t worry, as soon as you ease into it, you will actually find the hustle and bustle like no other place. Between its bright lights, and exotic food, along with a myriad of different places to see and things to do, there’s a little bit of something for everyone in this city.More about Bangkok


Bangkok

Ayutthaya

Are you thinking of going on a day trip to Ayutthaya? Don’t think twice, do it. The historic city of Ayutthaya Thailand, once the reigning Ayutthaya Kingdom, houses magnificent temple ruins, a fascinating mix of cultures, and delicious food. You have two options: one is to plan an Ayutthaya day trip from Bangkok, and the second is to organize a 2 or 3 days trip to Ayutthaya.



It doesn’t matter which option you choose, here is a list of 8 unmissable things to do in Ayutthaya that you must add to your itinerary. A lot of tourists go by train to Chiang Mai, I suggest jumping off the train for a couple of days in Ayutthaya. More about Ayutthaya


Ayutthaya

The Damnoen Saduak floating market and the Maeklong Railway Market are two of my favorite attractions near Bangkok! Forget the super crowded famous temples in the city, the floating market and train markets are absolutely stunning. If you’re going on an adventure to Thailand and Bangkok is one of your stops, you’re in for a treat because the Kingdom’s capital is filled to the brim with numerous attractions. Places such as the Royal Grand Palace and sacred sites like Wat Arun and Wat Pho are staples in most tourists’ itineraries, but one of the areas that you definitely shouldn’t pass up on is the Floating Markets. More about the floating and train market


Maeklong Railway Market

Kanchanaburi

Located only 140 km from Bangkok, Kanchanaburi is a great place to visit for those who are looking for a quick trip to escape the concrete walls of Bangkok and be among nature, go hiking, and swim in beautiful waterfalls as well as allow you to learn more about the history of Kanchanaburi. Kanchanaburi is accessible by road or rail, the latter of which includes sightseeing day trips that run on weekends and public holidays. These weekend special trains are reasonably priced and make hassle-free and enjoyable adventures. Even the climate of Kanchanaburi, cooled by the altitude, forest, and Rivers, is a welcome respite from the heat and congestion of the nearby capital city. More about Kanchanaburi


Kanchanaburi

Huahin

Whether you want to get away for the weekend or an entire week, Hua Hin is one of the best places. The serene waters and wide beaches are a haven for beachcombers and those looking to escape the city’s bustle. Only a three-hour drive from Bangkok, Hua Hin is located in the southern Thai province of Prachuap Khiri Khan. More about Hua Hin


Hua Hin

Bonus Suphanburi

Farm living peaceful living picking up your eggs in the morning for breakfast, feeding the buffalo, enjoying a bath with an amazing view over the green paddy fields this is what life had to be but we messed it up somehow on the way.


Travel to Thailand in style surrounded by rice fields, watching buffaloes, collecting eggs, dripping coffee, touching the verdant rice fields, alternating with the golden glow, following the charm of the central region at the Organic Farm Stay. Suphanburi Province. The style that we love the most just basic and local. And here it meets all your needs. Getting close to nature, gaining knowledge, happiness, impressions, and beautiful photos to return to fullness.



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More information

Where: Baan Pai Din Organic Farm Stay, Thap Tee Lek Subdistrict, Mueang District, Suphan Buri Province

Tel : 063-9788882 , 083-1571823

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