Do you love old stones and do you love history ? Do you have two weeks of vacation ahead ? So this itinerary is for you ! Discover the oldest royal capitals of the Angkor Empire, between fortresses, Buddhas and temples.
The itinerary step by step
Discover the ancient royal capital of Siam and dozens of temples in ruins evoking the past grandeur of the city.
Discover the “city of the monkeys” of Thailand, one of the oldest cities of the country dating from the 6th century. Explore the remaining palaces and temples.
Welcome to Sukhothai, one of Thailand’s most visited sites as considered the first Thai kingdom. Discover the remains of the kingdom called ‘Meuang gòw’ which means “old town”.
Si Satchanalai National Park
In the middle of peaceful hills, discover this national park with the ruins of the ancient cities of Si Satchanalai and Chaliang. This 720-hectare park is surrounded by a ditch 12 meters wide.
Thung Salaeng Luang National Park
Continue your nature break with this 1262 km2 national park, one of the largest and most important wildlife sanctuaries in Thailand. The entrance is at kilometer 80 of Route 12 where the park information center is located.
Welcome to the quiet little town of Phimai. It is home to one of the most beautiful Khmer temple complexes in Thailand.
Stay in this friendly little town, the perfect starting point for exploring hundreds of unmissable Khmer relics in the surrounding countryside.
“The same but different”. This Thai philosophy sums up Bangkok, a city where exoticism and the familiar meet, like the flavors of a pat-tai dish.