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6 Days Islands Tour
6 Days Islands Tour

Duration : 6 days

Starting from : Koh Chang

Ending at : Bangkok

Duration : First time travelers, Romance, Family

Overview :

A six day island tour of Koh Chang and surrounding attractions and activities, ideal for first time travelers, couples, and families.

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Day by Day Itinerary : Day 1 (Koh Chang) - Day 2 (Koh Chang) - Day 3 (Koh Chang) - Day 4 (Koh Chang) - Day 5 (Pattaya) - Day 6 (Pattaya)

Koh Chang

Day 1 : Koh Chang

Koh Chang

Koh Chang

A stretch of long white sandy beach dotted with coconut tree orchards is a common sight on Ko Chang the largest and busiest island in Trat and the second largest island in the country after Phuket.

Covering an area of 429 square kilometers, Ko Chang, boasts several amazing natural wonders that blend magnificently with the traditional way of life such as 70 percent undisturbed island rainforest, steep hills, cliffs, waterfalls, and notable wildlife, fine beaches, coral reefs and an abundance of marine life. In addition, numerous fruit orchards dot the island.

Most of the scenic beaches and bays are on the west side spreading from the north to the south they include Ao Khlong Son , Hat Sai Khao , Hat Khlong Phrao and Hat Kai Bae. A road cuts through the western shore almost reaching Hat Kai Bae where there is a nature trail passing through Ao Bai Lan and Ao Kruat and meandering through wet forestland to Ban Bang Bao, a fishing community on the foot of the hill in the south.

Kai Bae Beach

This beach is close to Khlong Phrao Beach and is similar to Khlong Phrao in that the beach is steep but safe for swimming with quite a few inexpensively priced bungalows in the area.

Hat Khlong Phrao and Laem Chat Chet

Laem Chai Chet is along the sea adjacent to Kai Bae Beach, which is rather steep but offers possibilities for swimming. Standard bungalows with facilities are available. The northernmost area of Klong Phrao Beach is adjacent to Chai Chet Bay and Beach where visitors can take in the beautiful landscape while enjoying the superb relaxation and tranquil retreat.

Koh Chang

Day 2 : Koh Chang

Koh Chang

Namtok Khlong Plu

A large 3-tiered waterfall situated 3 kilometers or a walking distance of approximately 20 minutes away from Khlong Prao Bay that is a rewarding experience.

Hat Sai Khao (White Sand Beach)

One of the longest beaches on Ko Chang, this beach provides the most magnificent seascape. The beach, which is 2 kilometers long, is dotted with reasonably priced bungalows and resorts. Embracing the beach to the rear are orchards of coconut trees and forests

Bang Bao Fishing Village

Another ideal spot to learn more about the lifestyle of fishermen where residents build up their houses with poles pitched into the sea and the community is linked together via a bridge that reaches every house. In addition, Bang Bao is one of the zones rich in corals.

Koh Chang

Day 3 : Koh Chang

Koh Chang

Ko Mak

This is a large island to the south of Ko Chang that is blessed with several beautiful bays and beaches and coral reefs nearby that are still in perfect condition. The islanders make their living by growing rubber and coconut trees. The best time to visit is from November until late April. There are a number of accommodations and tourist facilities available. A passenger boat departs Laem Ngob daily at 3.00 p.m. and returns from Ko Mak at 7.00 a.m., traveling time is 3.5 hours.

Koh Chang

Day 4 : Koh Chang

Koh Chang

Ko Wai

This big island, which a part of Ko Chang National Park and is situated next to Ko Laoya, has stone laden beaches. However, Ko Wai is famous for its coral and is also the best place for fishing and swimming. As for accommodations, Ko Wai Pakarung Resort is ready to serve tourists.


Day 5 : Pattaya


Pattaya Elephant Village

You can spend an afternoon entertained by the big tuskers; see them having a bath and how they were once used as a working animal at Pattaya Elephant Village.

The elephant show includes demonstrations of training techniques, bathing, traditional roundup methods and the Glong Sabad Chai Ceremony with a war elephant.

The Ripley?s believe It or Not Auditorium

This is situated in the Royal Garden Plaza on Beach Road. The odditorium has a large collection of stories of oddities from every corner of the globe. Admission fee is 280 baht for adults and 230 baht for children

Tiffany's Show in Pattaya

Tiffany?s Show in Pattaya is a spectacular, enjoyable and marvelous show performed by talented and beautiful Tiffany?s performers. This is the only show where millions of international visitors from every part of the world come to experience.


Day 6 : Pattaya - Bangkok


Pattaya Crocodile Farm

The Million Years Stone Park and Pattaya Crocodile Farm is situated on over 70 acres of land and just 15 minutes drive from Pattaya. This park and farm is a new tourist attraction created over the past 20 years for all nature lovers.

Mini Siam

Located at Km. 143 on Highway No. 3 is a wonderland of miniature replicas of such outstanding architectural works as the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Democracy Monument, the Bridge over the River Kwai, Prasat Hin Phimai, etc. Replicas of places of world significance are also displayed in the miniworld area. These include the Tower Bridge, Eiffel Tower, the Statue of Liberty and Trevi Fountain. It is open daily from 9 a.m. until 10 p.m. Admission fee is 200 bahts. Call (038) 421628, 424232 or (02) 271 1896, 616 1533 for more information.

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