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Gay Group Trip: Thailand Explorer and Adventure

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This 15-day adventure starts and finishes in the metropolis of Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand and home to Asia’s best food, nightlife, and shopping. It has been designed to maximise your experience of Thailand. Instead of rushing around in a panic trying to visit as many places as possible, we’ve specially chosen four locations that we know you’ll fall in love with. Visiting Bangkok you'll explore the city and experience the gay nightlife before heading to two of the main islands Koh Samui and Ko Phangan, you'll get time to enjoy the city as well as time to relax on Thailand's beautiful beaches.

time difference


6 hours ahead of the UK

flight time


11-12 hours direct from UK

Available Dates : 17th March 2018, 1st July 2018, 3rd November 2018, 30th December 2018, 16th March 2019

Day 1

Days 1 and 2 - Bangkok

Most travellers will arrive in Bangkok on day one and head to our meeting spot for our 4pm start of our adventure on this day.  This time in Bangkok is a great introduction to the incredible country of Thailand.  During these couple of days, we'll really get to know the city by checking out Bangkok's highlights using local tuk-tuks, boats, and trains.  On our second day, we'll take a guided day-trip around the city visiting Wat Pho, Wat Arun, and more.  At night we'll head down the street to check out Silom's famous night market and very lively gay scene.  Bangkok is world famous for many reasons and never disappoints her visitors.

Day 3

Days 3 and 4 - Koh Phangan

On day 3 we fly to southern Thailand and boat to Koh Phangan, an idyllic island paradise surrounded by white sand beaches and the perfectly blue waters of the Gulf of Thailand.   Koh Phangan offers dense jungles for hikers, beaches for sun-worshippers, and plenty of opportunity to shop, eat, and meet people from all around the world.  Stay on land, or jump in the water for some snorkeling, or SCUBA diving fun.  

Day 5

Days 5, 6, and 7 - Koh Samui

Koh Samui is only a 1 hour boat ride from Phangan and is the island that “has it all”. Including bungee jumping, zip-lining, stunning beaches, and even an amazing nightly drag show, this is an island paradise that never fails to amaze. We've got enough time here to really immerse ourselves in island life.  Feel free to get active on Samui or swing away the day in a sun-kissed hammock.

Day 8

Days 8, 9 and 10 - Phuket

On day 8 we travel overland to Phuket, stopping along the way to check out the scenery, the people, and the animals of the inland areas.  We stop to have lunch with our Thai "family" who are always excited to show our groups their local area.  Phuket brings you the amazing west coast of Thailand, an area full of huge limestone cliffs rising from white-sand beaches and endless adventures that keeps that travel bug of yours very happy. It’s here you’ll find opportunities to SCUBA dive, feed wild monkeys, island hop, or get some sun on the local gay beach by day while socializing with people from all over the planet by night.

Day 11

Day 11 and 12 - Bangkok

Back to Bangkok!  But this time we stay in the Khao San Road area of town to give you an opportunity to see a completely different side of Bangkok.  The Khao San Road area is the famous backpackers hangout, full of street food, stalls and peddlers.  This is an easy place to stock up on some new outfits or some souvenirs for your boyfriend/mother/bff.

Day 13


We start this day trip by taking a 1 hour train ride from Bangkok to the formal capital city of Thailand, Ayutthaya. Here we are hosted by a local Thai guide who will show us the incredible 14th century ruins of this once royal city. Beautifully preserved, these ruins are an amazing showcase of Siam's turbulant history. After our full day of exploring the Ayutthaya area, we train back to into Bangkok for the night.

Day 14


Kanchanaburi, just 2.5 hours west of Bangkok is home to several interesting spots.  We take a guided full-day exploration of this province, stopping for a swim at the gorgeous 7-tiered Erawan waterfalls, checking out the JEATH war museum as well as the famous Bridge Over the River Kwai before heading back to Bangkok for our final night. This is a great day to experience the natural beauty of central Thailand.

Day 15

It's goodbye-for-now day as the trip comes to an unwanted end in Bangkok.  Make one last made dash to MBK for some last minute shopping if your flight time allows it, then it's time to pack up your bags and head back home.  Don't worry, Thailand will be waiting for ya when you come back!

Travel Info

It's important to be up-to-date with the latest travel advice to Thailand and the laws in every destination.

LGBT RIGHTS IN Thailand The UK's Foreign and Commonwealth office provides information to LGBT travellers through its 'Travel Aware' campaign.

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