Fun Filled Family Thailand


What we came up with

We know how hard it is to keep the kids amused while trying to enjoy a little bit of relaxation at the same time. Thailand offers an enticing blend of culture, nature and beach, and we think we have just about the perfect mix of them all to keep the whole family happy.

— Carrie, Original Travel Expert

Itinerary Highlights

  • Bangkok - 3 Days
    Bangkok is a vibrant, exciting city, sure to keep the children wandering wide-eyed at the sights, sounds and smells around them. Thrown into the heart of Thailand, families can get right into the swing of market bartering, tuk tuk riding, and boat cruising as they explore. For a little downtime, retreat to the luxurious Siam hotel, where parents can relax with a pampering spa treatment or dip in the pool, whilst teens can catch a film in the vintage screening room, or try to master the perfect Tom Yum soup with a Thai cookery class.
  • Golden Triangle - 3 Days
    Having explored big city life, a trip north to see the sights of the Golden Triangle shifts scenery to mountainous and jungle landscapes. Located on the hills overlooking neighbouring Myanmar and Laos is the chic Anantara Golden Triangle Hotel, which boasts a vast swimming pool within acres of greenery and bamboo trees. Adventurer hats on, this is the place from which to trek and explore the scenic mountains and hill tribes, as well as the ancient shrines and temples of northern Thailand. There is also an elephant conservation centre onsite, which allows visitors and elephants to interact. While a day spent deep in the jungle exploring will make for a tired bunch of travellers, the chance to have a meal anywhere in the area, such as a picnic alongside baby elephants, is sure to keep the young ones happy til bed.

  • Chiang Mai - 2 Days
    Next up, explore the town of Chiang Mai using the luxurious Four Seasons as your base. A chance for the adults to have a bit of 'me' time might well be an in order; look no further, as the adults only pool with poolside foot massages could be the ideal way to kick back and relax. Don't worry about the children though, a top notch cookery school can keep them entertained, or they can strike up a game of pool in the recreation room.

  • Krabi - 5 Days
    The final stop to complete this fun filled trip is the Rayavadee Hotel. Tucked away in the delightful setting of the Phranang Peninsula, there are four beaches to choose from and a setting just asking to be explored. For those that like to have an action packed time at the beach, excursions and packages can be arranged. On the other hand, if sun worshipping and floating in the sea are more your cup of tea, it's pretty easy to do that too.

A rough idea of price

A similar itinerary would cost in the region of £4,950 per person which includes all flights, hotels, transfers and organised trips.

A note about prices

The guide prices shown are designed to provide you with a broad indication of how much to budget for your trip. Prices are generally for private arrangements using economy flights based on two people travelling together and sharing a room. There are a number of factors which will influence the price; these include the standard of accommodation, the season, the class of flights, the airline used and the level of private guiding versus shared excursions.

Key Stats

November to March
Families with children age 12+
Price PP (Inc Flights)


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Frances, Katie and Carrie are our Thailand experts and as seasoned travellers they have the inside track on the most memorable adventures.

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