*From London* 3 week Thailand & Cambodia Trip highly rated accommodation 8-29 April £696.51pp
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*From London* 3 week Thailand & Cambodia Trip highly rated accommodation 8-29 April £696.51pp

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Found 4th Mar 2016
My friend has flown to Thailand today so jealous am I, that I decided to put this deal together. You can adjust this to suit, bur I think it's a good itinerary.

On 8th April you'll fly from London to Bangkok, arriving on the evening of 9th.
You'll spend just two nights in Bangkok but you'll be returning their later on in your trip. You'll spent 2 nights at The House of Phraya Jasaen which is highly rated and near the riverbank Bangkok ideal for getting around but in a quiet area.

On the evening of 11th April you'll take the sleeper train to Chang Mai. You can leave luggage in Bangkok if you wish. You'll arrive in Chang Mai the 12th April and spend 4 nights in Chang Mai at the Zz guest house, leaving on the evening of 16th April for the sleeper back to Bangkok, arriving on 17th April back in Bangkok. You have a bit of time to go back and collect your bags etc before then catching a flight later to Siem Reap in Cambodia. In Cambodia you'll spend 3 nights in Siem Reap at the V&A Villa which is again highly rated. You'll then move on to Phnom Peh. There are a variety of options to get to Phnom Peh cheaply, including buses or taxi. It will not cost more than £10pp whichever option you pick. You will spend another 3 nights in Cambodia, this time in Phnom Penh at Arun Villa which has great reviews.

On 23rd April you'll leave Phnom Penh and fly to Phuket. You'll spend just 1 night in Phuket at the highly rated Baan Kata Maytha as you'll be catching the ferry on 24th, the next day to Phi Phi. On 24th you'll catch the ferry to Phi Phi and spend 4 nights chilling out at the Kitty Guesthouse which again comes highly rated. I've based you there for 4 nights but if you wanted you could also head to Krabi but I think Phi Phi is nicer.

On 28th you'll catch the ferry back to Phuket for your final night before flying out on 29th April 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 for 2 £713.10 book direct at China Southern Airlines into Bangkok out of Phuket.

2 nights in Bangkok at The House of Phraya Jasaen £45.94 @ hotels.com using code below.

Overnight sleeper train for 2 to Chaing Mai £24.

4 nights in Chaing Mai at Zz Guesthouse £28.44 @ hotels.com use code AFRMNUK316:JE5WC

Overnight sleeper train for 2 from Chaing Mai to Bangkok £24.

Flights for 2 from Bangkok to Siem Reap 3380 THB/£67.20 book with Air Asia

3 nights at V&A Villa in Siem Reap £50.33 @ hotels.com use code
AFRMNUK316:JE5WC

3 nights at Arun Villa at Phnom Penh £101.48 book @ hotels.com use code AFRMNUK316:JE5WC

Flight from Phnom Penh to Phuket for 2 with Air Asia $252 USD/£177.26

1 night in Phuket at Barn Kata Mayatha £9.48 @ hotels.com use code AFRMNUK316:JE5WC

Ferry from Phuket to Phi Phi for 2 $46.89/£32.98

4 nights at Phi Phi at Kitty Guesthouse £109.33 @ hotels.com use code AFRMNUK316:JE5WC

1 night again in Phuket at Barn Kata Mayatha £9.48 @ hotels.com use code AFRMNUK316:JE5WC

Total for 2 £1,393.02/£696.51pp
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Edited by: "rachelandgromit" 4th Mar 2016
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this is a great deal. Hot from me
rachelandgromit


Hey rach just got back from hong kong and macau its amazing but on some days a bit too smoggy.
Bus or taxi from Siem Reap to PP oO
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black knight

Bus or taxi from Siem Reap to PP oO



Bus 5 hrs and around $15 or if you can find another couple and club together and hire a driver.
.....seems good value but you know you'll end up spending a fortune on lady boys on top. oO
Can this be adjusted for Vietnam or Malaysia instead of Cambodia?
Given the amount of travelling, its a good price. BUT, April is the start of the rainy season in Thailand, so it'll be very hot and very wet !!
What is there to do in the places you mention?
you will be in thailand for songkran prepare to get wet
Can't wait to get my rocks off in bangkok!
Also you need to add the price of the Visa to enter Cambodia, dunno how much it is if you fly into Siem Reap, but two friends recently crossed the land border and paid 27 US dollars each. When I went a while ago it was only 20 dollars, it seems they add some sort of processing fee on or something, which no doubt they line there back pockets with!! Great price for all that though!!! Heat
How much are the Thai ladies for the night?
LOL! Are you actually going or have you just created this to tell your friend how much cheaper it could have been?!
Cameron92

What is there to do in the places you mention?

Lady Boys.
barron201253

How much are the Thai ladies for the night?

27p
come to London instead, cheaper, more interesting and they do not fake to arrest you for drug detention
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Monaco Blue

LOL! Are you actually going or have you just created this to tell your … LOL! Are you actually going or have you just created this to tell your friend how much cheaper it could have been?!



Lol, I'm not going I'm off to Vietnam and Cambodia at Christmas though. Wish it was now though :-(
rachelandgromit

Lol, I'm not going I'm off to Vietnam and Cambodia at Christmas though. … Lol, I'm not going I'm off to Vietnam and Cambodia at Christmas though. Wish it was now though :-(


Enjoy, Cambodia is amazing
"Single bloke. Going to Thailand. Absolutely nothing at all wrong with that."


(And look how well that defence worked for Gary Glitter! )
Which company do you use to book the overnight sleeper trains?
anyone going travelling get the revolut app you add momney and when you get it out anywhere in the world the currency is amazing compared to banks, have a look really good app and get a card to use it, saves alot of money although in thailand you get charged 4£ each time you get money out (ATM fee) if going with 3-4 of you, get one app and send money when needed and get money out together and keep few weeks money on you (keep safe)
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http://www.seat61.com/Thailand.htm

This is good for advice on train travel in Thailand.
Seems it could be a complete nightmare moving around all the time.
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seanmorris100

Seems it could be a complete nightmare moving around all the time.



For some maybe, my complete nightmare would be confined to a resort for any longer than 2 days and not getting about exploring I guess you could base yourself in one place but you'll never get to see much. Depends what you want to see and do....
Good deal, and great effort on the deal.

Shame I have no one to go with, otherwise, this would be idea.
Having recently been in Cambodia, don't get any buses that are less than £10. There is a very very high number of accidents on that bus route.

The company I used, and a lot of the backpackers recommend is Giant Ibis. You can get either day or night buses with them. They cost a little more than most (think it was £15 or so for my night bus to Phnom Penh), but are worth it for your safety. Can also book online which makes things easier. Tuk Tuk drivers in Siem Reap will know where their offices are, its near pub street and the night market.
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