This 12-day gay group trip in Thailand will maximise your experience of one of the world’s most popular travel destinations. Thailand is the most LGBT-friendly country in Asia. Instead of rushing around from one place to another, you’ll see five specific locations you’ll fall in love with. In Bangkok, you’ll explore the city and enjoy the vibrant gay nightlife. You’ll head south to Phuket and its famous beaches for a few days before returning to Bangkok and visiting Ayutthaya, the historic capital of Thailand.
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- 15th March 2020 Sunday
Days 1 And 2: Bangkok
Arriving in Bangkok on day one, we’ll hook up at our meeting spot at 4 pm and the adventure begins. Bangkok is the perfect place to start. You’ll really get to know the city. On the second day, we’ll take a guided day-trip using local tuk-tuks, boats and trains; visiting Wat Pho, Wat Arun and more. At night we’ll check out Silom’s famous night market and explore the vibrant gay scene. You’ll find out why Bangkok is one of the world’s most exciting cities.
Days 3, 4 And 5: Railay
On day 3 we’ll take a one hour flight and short boat ride to the white sand beaches of Railay. You’ll enjoy a taste of paradise surrounded by the beautiful blue waters of the Andaman Sea. You’ll enjoy great food and hidden lagoons, as well as having ample opportunity for sun-worshipping. You can stay on land or head out to sea to enjoy scuba diving and snorkelling. You’ll also get the chance to meet people from all over this world in this highly popular travel destination.
Days 6, 7 And 8: Phuket
On day 6 we travel overland to Phuket, stopping along the way to check out the scenery, the people, and the animals of the inland areas. In the city of Phuket you’ll enjoy the vibrant gay scene. You’ll get the chance to feed wild monkeys, island hop and explore the sun-drenched gay beach. Phuket is a must-see destination that has something for everyone. You can get your shopping done, hit the cabarets, take a cooking class, enjoy the spa… whatever takes your fancy. You can go wild in the evenings and unwind during the day.
Day 9: Bangkok
We’ll take a one hour flight back to Bangkok. Here you can do a spot of shopping and maybe even head out to explore some nightlife.
Day 10: Ayutthaya
This morning we’ll take a trip to Ayutthaya, the formal capital of Bangkok. Our tour guide will show us around this historically significant place. Once a royal city, it’s covered in 14th-century ruins. After spending a full day here we’ll return to Bangkok.
Day 11: Petchaburi
Today we’ll be travelling 2.5 hours South of Bangkok to the Wildlife Friends of Thailand project. We’ll visit their wildlife refuge property and meet elephants, monkeys, bears, jackals, gibbons and even flying squirrels. Yes, you heard that right, flying squirrels! In the evening we’ll return to Bangkok for our last night in Thailand.