Gay Group Trip: Thailand And Cambodia (13 Days)
About this Trip
This 15-day adventure starts and finishes in beautiful Bangkok, which is home to much of Asia’s best shopping, food and nightlife. We have designed this trip to maximise your experience of Thailand – you’ll be visiting four locations you’re likely to fall in love with. This extended trip will also show you the former capital of Thailand, Ayutthaya, where it seems as if you’re stepping back in time.
Group Trip Breakdown
Days 1 And 2: Bangkok
You will be welcomed at the airport by one of our representatives and transferred to your hotel. After you have settled in and met your fellow gay travelers, we have arranged a short tour.
On the second day the real adventure begins. We have an action-packed day ahead travelling on tuk-tuks, boats and trains. We’ll be visiting Wat Pho, Wat Arun and more. In the evening you’ll visit Silom’s famous night market and explore the vibrant gay scene.
Days 3, 4 And 5: Railay
On the third day you’ll take a one-hour flight and a short boat trip to the white sand beaches of Railay. You’ll enjoy fantastic food, hidden lagoons and have plenty of opportunities for sun worshipping.
The golden beaches and stunning blue waters that have made the Gulf of Thailand famous. This is a very popular travel destination so you could meet people from all over the world.
Days 6, 7 And 8: Phuket
From the sixth until the eighth day you’ll be travelling around Phuket.
In the city of Phuket, you’ll have the vibrant gay scene to explore. Also, you’ll have the chance to feed wild monkeys, island hop and wander the sun-drenched gay beach. Phuket is a must-see destination that has something for everyone. You could take a cooking class, go shopping, hit the cabarets or enjoy some spa treatment.
As this is Thailand you can go wild in the evenings and unwind during the day.
Day 9: Bangkok
Today we will take a one hour flight back to beautiful Bangkok. Take today to enjoy some light shopping or venture out and explore the lively nightlife.
Day 10: Ayutthaya
On the tenth day, you’ll head towards the former capital city of Thailand, Ayutthaya and be transported back to the 14th-century. Surrounded by ruins you’ll get a great sense of the turbulent history of Siam.
Our tour guide will definitely spark your interest and answer all your questions.
Day 11: Petchaburi
We’ll take a trip to the refuge property of the Wildlife Friends of Thailand Project. Here you’ll be feeding and washing elephants, as well as encountering exotic monkeys, bears, jackals, languors and gibbons.
Oh, and let’s not forget the flying squirrels. Yes, they actually exist and if you’re lucky you might see one!
Days 12, 13 and 14: Siem Reap, Cambodia
Say goodbye to some of your fellow travelers, as the 12-day explorers will be departing today. From here, we take a short flight to Cambodia’s Siem Reap, home to iconic Angkor temples. A local tour guide will show us around the lost city of Angkor, before returning to Bangkok this evening.
*July 2019 travelers will depart from Siem Reap on Day 15*