From Birmingham: 2 Weeks exploring Thailand Inc all flights, trains & ferry transfers October 2016 £539.45pp at booking.com
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From Birmingham: 2 Weeks exploring Thailand Inc all flights, trains & ferry transfers October 2016 £539.45pp at booking.com

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Found 10th Apr 2016
On 8th October you'll fly from Birmingham to Bangkok with KLM, arriving on the 10th October as these flights have a full day and night in Amsterdam which is a bonus in my eyes! You'll overnight in Amsterdam at the Park Inn which is at the airport but it's easy to get into the centre. You'll then fly on 9th October to Bangkok, arriving on 10th where you'll spend just two nights in Bangkok at the River View Guest House which is highly rated and near the riverbank and Chinatown area of Bangkok ideal for getting around but in a quiet area.

On the evening of 12th April you'll take the sleeper train to Chiang Mai.  You'll arrive in Chiang Mai on the 13th October and spend 4 nights in Chiang Mai at the highly rated Romyen Garden Resort. There should be plenty of time to enjoy an elephant trek or even head up to the hippie town of Pai, do some hiking or hire a moped.

On 17th you will fly from Chiang Mai to Phuket with Air Asia. You'll spend just 1 night in Phuket at the highly rated Little Moon Residence as you'll be catching the ferry on 18th, the next day to Phi Phi. On 18th you'll catch the ferry to Phi Phi and spend 5 nights chilling out at the Viking Nature's Resort which again comes highly rated. I've based you there for 5 nights but if you wanted you could also head to Krabi and split your time but I think Phi Phi is nicer in terms of accommodation available.

On 23rd you'll catch the ferry back to Phuket where you will stay for another night at the Little Moon. If you left your main luggage there you can also collect it. On 24th you will fly back to Bangkok for a final night at the River View Guest House before your flight back home.

This is just as example and you could adjust this to suit. There are cheaper options in terms of accommodation but I've picked ones that are highly rated. You could also take bus journeys which may be cheaper, although longer than flying.

*Breakdown*

Flights £290.63pp book direct at KLM

1 night at Park Inn in Amsterdam £53 book at booking.com

2 nights in Bangkok at the River View Guest House £38 book at booking.com

Overnight sleeper train for 2 to Chaing Mai £24.

4 nights in Chaing Mai at Romyen Garden Resort £74.36 book at Expedia

Flights from Bangkok to Phuket £50.71pp book at Air Asia

1 night in Phuket at Little Moon Residence £9 book at booking.com

Ferry from Phuket to Phi Phi $9.62/£6.81pp

5 nights at Phi Phi at Viking Nature's Resort £100.90 book at Agoda

Ferry from Phi Phi to Phuket $9.62/£6.81pp

1 night again in Phuket at Little Moon £9 book at booking.com

Flight for 2 Phuket to Bangkok with Thai Airlines 3110THB/£62.71

1 night in Bangkok at River View Guest House £36 book on booking.com

Total for 2 £1078.90/£539.45pp

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- bikerjodie
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You've gone to alot of work to put all htis together and it's a great deal.
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You've gone to alot of work to put all htis together and it's a great deal.
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bikerjodie

You've gone to alot of work to put all htis together and it's a great … You've gone to alot of work to put all htis together and it's a great deal.Hot from me



Thank you for sorting those screen shots out too!
The flight details look like a smuggler's run.
oddballjamie

The flight details look like a smuggler's run.



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Oh yeah, they do look a bit dodgy!!
I'll be F*****d if I go
Great found thanks for the hard work
bikerjodie



Your phone needs charging
Great find, the trip itself maybe isn't for me but it's a cracking deal for the flights. Heat added.
937666

Your phone needs charging



FYI: Quoting what was already a massive comment makes browsing the comments section a little confusing.
Heat for the effort alone
Amazing price for the flights!
Did you (or I) miss the cost of the overnight in Park Inn, or is that included with KLM?
Always wanted to go round Thailand properly, if I could I would be right on this! HOT
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rept0n

Amazing price for the flights!Did you (or I) miss the cost of the … Amazing price for the flights!Did you (or I) miss the cost of the overnight in Park Inn, or is that included with KLM?



It's actually included I just forgot to add it onto the breakdown but it is included in the price.
Maximum respect for the effort and its a good deal too
Loved Thailand!! If you can do a similar one for Malaysia would be something I'd be really interested in. Miss it so much :'(
gooner786

Loved Thailand!! If you can do a similar one for Malaysia would be … Loved Thailand!! If you can do a similar one for Malaysia would be something I'd be really interested in. Miss it so much :'(



I'll put that next on my list!
This is excellent work. We did something very much the same last year. If anyone's interested, if you wait till November thomson flights drop in price and they fly direct from London we paid £280 for return flights on the dreamliner to phuket, I would recommend not staying in phuket and doing something like this person has put together. The only thing I would change here is the hotel in patong, it's the most aweful place I've ever been to in my life! And get a hotel in phuket town which is a lot nearer to the port where you pick up your ferry, we took a bus to patong and lasted 2 hours! Thailand is absolutly lovely and so are the people.
I'm sorry that it was felt that my comment, and the two replies to it, were deleted. I take it that freedom of speech no longer applies here.
If you're going to moderate postings perhaps you should start by making sure that things that are posted are in fact actual deals and not a figment of someone's imagination.
bargaindeals

I'm sorry that it was felt that my comment, and the two replies to it, … I'm sorry that it was felt that my comment, and the two replies to it, were deleted. I take it that freedom of speech no longer applies here.If you're going to moderate postings perhaps you should start by making sure that things that are posted are in fact actual deals and not a figment of someone's imagination.



I haven't deleted any comments and I haven't been watching the thread all day so I've no idea what you posted but someone else must have deleted the comments not me. At the time of posting all parts of this deal were available, I don't know if since posting this morning any part of this has changed but if you let me or a mod know if it has expired and I'll update.
Chaing mai was amazing when we were there in 1999, chaing rai was too far off the tourist track for us back then, might be better now, also did a day trip into Burma back then - beautiful country, but back then the locals didn't have much to smile about.
Thanks for all your effort posting this excellent deal for an interesting trip. You've obviously made a miraculous recovery and hopefully you're fighting fit again.
Dogeared

Thanks for all your effort posting this excellent deal for an interesting … Thanks for all your effort posting this excellent deal for an interesting trip. You've obviously made a miraculous recovery and hopefully you're fighting fit again.



I'm still ill. I have a husky voice and I'm sure some people would probably pay good money to hear me say rude words over the phone

Last day of antibiotics
not a big traveller myself, but heat for the obvious effort OP has put in.
Nice trip, love Phi Phi and like said before don't spend to long in Patong!
Heat for the effort. No mention of the Ping Pong Ball Show though?
great effort
lauz32

This is excellent work. We did something very much the same last year. If … This is excellent work. We did something very much the same last year. If anyone's interested, if you wait till November thomson flights drop in price and they fly direct from London we paid £280 for return flights on the dreamliner to phuket, I would recommend not staying in phuket and doing something like this person has put together. The only thing I would change here is the hotel in patong, it's the most aweful place I've ever been to in my life! And get a hotel in phuket town which is a lot nearer to the port where you pick up your ferry, we took a bus to patong and lasted 2 hours! Thailand is absolutly lovely and so are the people.


We have two weeks off and looking to somewhere to relax so will be keeping an eye out for these
This holiday would be rubbish. You'd need a holiday to get over it. From my experience it takes two weeks to adjust to the jet lag. Better idea would be just go to one of the islands and chill there for two weeks in a fancy resort. If you're going to travel like that you need to do it over at least a month or more.
Just to let everyone know from someone who has been there at this time of year that October and September are the worst times for the rain, especially September. Great deal but I would have to agree with the post above that 2 weeks would not really be ideal, 3-4 weeks is far better.
I disagree that this would be a rubbish holiday, it depends on what type of traveller you are.

I just spent 2 weeks travelling around Sri Lanka and didn't stay in one place for more than a few days (even with kids in tow), I want to see stuff and get bored easily if I chill for too long (more than a day).

Am planning to head to Thailand around Oct/Nov and this trip sounds very similar to what I'm planning.

In saying that, if you do want to just chill for a couple of weeks then you can still take the cheap flights as they are the main deal here.
Edited by: "kiwiflash" 11th Apr 2016
Overnight train - is that first class?
on a seperate note
Brother went to Thailand a good few years ago & took a bus with a bunch of backpackers.
Somewhere on the route, all their luggage got done over through a hidden trapdoor under the bus luggage compartment. One or two was stupid enough to lose all their money. Luckily my brother was aware about these type of things & had a steel PacSafe baggage net over his backpack.
Edited by: "bojangles" 11th Apr 2016
kiwiflash

I disagree that this would be a rubbish holiday, it depends on what type … I disagree that this would be a rubbish holiday, it depends on what type of traveller you are. I just spent 2 weeks travelling around Sri Lanka and didn't stay in one place for more than a few days (even with kids in tow), I want to see stuff and get bored easily if I chill for too long (more than a day). Am planning to head to Thailand around Oct/Nov and this trip sounds very similar to what I'm planning. In saying that, if you do want to just chill for a couple of weeks then you can still take the cheap flights as they are the main deal here.



I agree.. if you want to lay on a beach, you can do that cheaper, i f you want to see the world, then you need to get out & about.
Edited by: "bojangles" 11th Apr 2016
bojangles

Overnight train - is that first class?on a seperate noteBrother went to … Overnight train - is that first class?on a seperate noteBrother went to Thailand a good few years ago & took a bus with a bunch of backpackers.Somewhere on the route, all their luggage got done over through a hidden trapdoor under the bus luggage compartment. One or two was stupid enough to lose all their money. Luckily my brother was aware about these type of things & had a steel PacSafe baggage net over his backpack.



I don't think they should be allowed to apply the term "first class" to their trains over there.... Skip the train and book a cheap flight with AirAsia instead... or if you're trying to save money, take a bus with a reputable company like "nakhon chai air" (yes air bit is confusing). Their buses are amazing, huge seats. Pretty sure your hotel could sort that out for you. Does mean getting to their terminal in north Bangkok though.
Edited by: "mcbain" 11th Apr 2016
Great deal!!!!
fo_sho_yo

This holiday would be rubbish. You'd need a holiday to get over it. From … This holiday would be rubbish. You'd need a holiday to get over it. From my experience it takes two weeks to adjust to the jet lag. Better idea would be just go to one of the islands and chill there for two weeks in a fancy resort. If you're going to travel like that you need to do it over at least a month or more.


It's rubbish because of jet lag?

You are such an idiot.
Go there intending to bang pussy and instead you Bangkok! No thanks
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