Thailand Itinerary: Bangkok,Hua Hin, Kanchanaburi, Ayutthaya, Lamphun and Chiang Mai

If you have a bit of time to spend in Thailand and you want to combine your stay with history, the beach, wellness and rejuvenation, beautiful national parks and city life, then the places on this itinerary are well worth a visit.

Take a look at the individual posts for the individual places on this itinerary for jam-packed information.

1) Bangkok

Hand Painted Wall Murals (Grand Palace)

In this post

  • China Town
  • Lumpini Park
  • The Grand Palace
  • National Museum
  • Chatuchak Market

2) Hua Hin

Beach Around Pranbury. Prachuap Khiri Khan

In this post

  • Lots of links to Hua Hin posts
  • Talking about retirement in Hua Hin even.
  • Packed out with tips on Hua Hin

3) Kanchanaburi

Bridge Over The River Kwai

In this post

  • Don Rak War Cemetery
  • A Convenient Hotel
  • Food in Kanchanaburi
  • Bridge over the river Kwai
  • Things to do in and around Kanchanaburi

4) Ayutthaya


In this post

  • The places you absolutely must visit in Ayutthaya
  • Temples of Ayutthaya
  • Other attractive sites
  • Link to part one on the history of Ayutthaya and getting around

5)  Lamphun

In this post

  • Lamphun history
  • The temple grounds of Wat Phra That Haripunchai
  • A walk around Lamphun
  • A speciality Northern dish
  • Getting to Lamphun

6) Chiang Mai and Surrounding Area

In this post

  • Krisdadoi Resort
  • Doi Inthanon National Park
  • Sunday night walking street market
  • Kantoke evening
  • Doi Tung Royal Villa

These and many more


2 thoughts on “Thailand Itinerary: Bangkok,Hua Hin, Kanchanaburi, Ayutthaya, Lamphun and Chiang Mai

  1. Nice one. 5 out of 6 for me, Trevor. The side trip to Lamphum has eluded me.I will try and work in next time I am up north. We made to Chiang Rai and the surrounding area for the first time in 12 years this past April. Very impressed with that area. Good post. Thanks.

  2. Thanks Kevin, I was glad that I was able to include one place you have yet to visit. ” Somebody once said that Lamphun was famous for its beautiful women and tasty longans.” The last time I went, both are still correct.

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