Thailand Experience

A month in Thailand! Beaches, partying and culture!

29 days

from £1,179

Trip Highlights

  • Explore Bangkok’s vibrant streets
  • Bathe (and rave!) on the shores of Koh Tao and Koh Phangan
  • Experience a legendary Full Moon or Black Moon party!
  • Volunteer in local renovation projects
  • Trek in tropical Sangkhlaburi
  • Visit Thai temples and practice Buddhist meditation
  • Learn to cook tasty Thai recipes
  • Relax and recharge on Thailand’s stunning islands

Trip Summary

Vibrant city streets, lush golden beaches and awe-inspiring temples. Thailand offers travellers the hedonistic mix of all this and more. Jump into our magical Thailand Experience, a 29 day adventure that will see you explore the bustling streets of Bangkok, take in the mystical mountains of Sangkhlaburi, shimmy beneath the shimmer of Koh Phangan’s full moon and more!

Enjoy the pull of Thailand’s culture, history and nightlife with your group of fellow travelers (you’ll soon find that waking up on a tropical paradise after that moon party is a brilliant way to cement new friendships!) and hop from city sights to island delights topping up your memories (and your tan!) with great friends. You’ll have plenty of time to discover the real Thailand and make your own mark on this dream-worthy tour of adventure and intrigue. Thailand is an amazing place to spend a Real Gap Experience and earn yourself some serious world wanderer kudos – so what are you waiting for? Get stuck in to tantalizing Thailand!

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Trip Info

Day 1: Arrival

Touchdown in Bangkok today where you’ll be met at the airport by your friendly guide and transferred to your accommodation! Meet your fellow travellers, get settled in, and then hit the hustle and bustle of the nearby Khao San Road – iconic backpacker hub!

Day 2: Get to know Bangkok

Boat through Bangkok today as you cruise the canals that wind through traditional communities. Later, head to the Temple of the Dawn and visit wondrous Wat Pho, where you’ll see the iconic Reclining Buddha. The dazzling Grand Palace is also on the agenda, so you’ll get to soak up the spirituality of these amazing sites. Once the tour is over you’ll enjoy a tasty Welcome Meal before enjoying some free time!

Day 3: Explore the 'real' Bangkok

Get to grips with authentic Bangkok today as you head out on a guided bike tour! You’ll explore the historical side of Bangkok seeing markets and winding canals, and there’ll be plenty of time to disembark for some unmissable photo opportunities! After the tour you’ll have some free time, so why not head out to another temple or grab some delicious street food with the group?

Day 4: Travel to Sangkhlaburi

Time to head away from the Bangkok buzz and check out serene Sangkhlaburi. You’ll transfer by coach or minivan, watching in awe as busy Bangkok plateaus into rolling hills and emerald rice paddies. On arrival we’ll check into our guest lodge so you can recharge after the journey! If the sights have whet your appetite, feel free to dodge the lodge and get out amongst the locals!

Day 5: The sights of Sangkhlaburi

Uncover the hidden gem that is Sangkhlaburi today! You’ll head to Three Pagodas Pass, a location steeped in history and famed for being the pass at which Buddhist teachings may have reached Thailand! While out and about you’ll love the diversity that Sangkhlaburi is known for, and you’ll hear a range of languages being spoken! At the end of your tour take a dip in the lake or sit back and watch the sunset.

Day 6 – 7: Project Work Days

Get stuck into a rewarding community volunteer project! You’ll be transferred to your project site and the focus will be on building, renovation and the improvement of Sangkhlaburi’s landscape. This is a fantastic way to get to know the locals and learn more about Thai culture and customs. You’ll finish between 2pm and 3pm each afternoon, and then you can head out and explore the town!

Day 8 – 9: Tropical Trekking Adventure

Over the next couple of days you’ll be trekking tropical terrain with a knowledgeable guide! Explore the rivers and caves of the forest, spending the night in a welcoming village where you’ll stay in tents at the headman’s house. The locals love to spend the night singing and drinking with their guests! The treks on both days will be at a gentle pace and you’ll love immersing yourself in Thailand’s stunning natural landscape!

Day 10: Bamboo Rafting

We’ll take to the local river today and spend a day rafting leisurely through the forest. You’ll be on traditional bamboo rafts – a real jungle experience! In the afternoon you’ll have some free time, we suggest heading to the Night Market with your group to try some mind-blowing local delicacies!

Day 11: Free Day

You have a free day today, so head out and experience any Sangkhlaburi must-dos! Why not try out a cookery class, or visit the popular Nature Club Resort, where you can get stuck into adrenaline fuelled adventure activities such as quad biking and zip lining! You may want to head to Saphan Mon, Sangkhlaburi’s iconic wooden bridge, or head out on a houseboat excursion! Whatever you get up to, Sangkhlaburi is a dream destination!

Day 12: Goodbye Sangkhlaburi, Hello Kanchanaburi!

Transfer to Kanchanaburi today! Once we’ve arrived you’ll be taken straight to your hotel for some rest and relaxation (there’s even a swimming pool on site!) before enjoying a peaceful Welcome Dinner on rafts by the river. This evening, your guide will run you through the fun-filled activities that are in store over the next couple of days!

Day 13: The waterfalls of Erawan National Park

Get ready for some mesmerising natural beauty today as we experience the stunning Erawan National Park! You’ll fall in love with the ethereal waterfalls – why not take a refreshing dip? The National Park is home to wildlife, caves and forests, so you’ll be surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty at every turn! Spend your free time exploring Kanchanaburi’s streets tonight!

Day 14: Free Day

You’ll have a free day in Kanchanaburi today! A popular excursion is a trip to a local elephant sanctuary committed to the rehabilitation of rescued elephants. You can also head to the hilltop temple Wat Tham Sua, where you’ll see an 18m tall Buddha clad in gold mosaic! There’s so much to do, so just let your guide know what you want to get stuck into!

Day 15: Temple sights, culinary delights, party nights

Find your inner Buddha as you practice the art of meditation today! You’ll then learn some tasty Thai tips at a cooking class before rounding the day off with a vibrant party in town! Temple sights, culinary delights and party nights!

Day 16: Koh Tao here we come

We’ll get the day off to a relaxed start this morning. Spend your time lazing by the pool before we begin the overnight transfer to Koh Tao this afternoon when you can sneak in a nap after last night’s adventures!

Day 17: Koh Tao Arrival

We’ll arrive in captivating Koh Tao this morning! Marvel at the crystal clear waters and lush foliage of this island paradise. Check into your hotel (complete with pool!) then kick back and relax!

Day 18 – 21: Enjoy Koh Tao

Over the next few days, Koh Tao is your picturesque playground! Head out for a dive, take advantage of the neon nightlife and hike through the forest for some incredible views! There’s a snorkelling day trip scheduled (usually on Day 20) when you’ll take to the glittering waves for a firsthand experience of the island’s magical marine life. Your guide will be on hand to advise you on the best things to see and do!

Day 22: Koh Phangan - Island Idyll

Another day, another island! Transfer to Koh Phangan by boat today and head to your blissful beachside hotel! This afternoon, hang out by the pool with your group and watch a glorious Koh Phangan sunset!

Day 23 – 27: Koh Phangan - Paradise and parties

Get to know this island idyll over the next 5 days! Laze on the beach surrounded by sun, sand and sea and get exploring with your group! All trips are planned to coincide with a Full Moon party or Black Moon Party, so prepare to dance the night away in a haze of hedonism! There’s also an Island Tour in store, you’ll get to visit Bottle Beach, Haad Salaad and many more blissful bays!

Day 28: Rediscover the Bangkok buzz

Back to bustling Bangkok! We’ll be heading back by taxi, minivan, ferry and coach, so make sure your halo’s firmly on before heading back to the ‘city of angels’! Once we arrive we’ll check into the guest house with enough time to freshen up and wind down.

Day 29: Farewell

There are no activities planned for today, so make sure you’ve swapped numbers with your group before you head off. It’s been epic!

Please note that our trips dates are always designed to coincide with a Full Moon  party or Black Moon party, however in rare cases there may be unforeseen circumstances outside of our control that result in the party not going ahead.

NOTE: We aim for all trips to coincide with a Full Moon or Black Moon party, and for some trips the order of the visits to Koh Tao and Koh Phangan will be swapped to accommodate for this. (In this instance travellers will transfer from Kanchanaburi to Koh Phangan and then to Koh Tao from Koh Phangan.)  All trips will visit both Koh Tao and Koh Phangan!

Accommodation & Meals

You’ll stay in a range of different styles of accommodation throughout your Real Gap Experience. When choosing your accommodation we always consider the feedback of hundreds of previous travelers, and your safety and comfort is always our main priority.

Meals listed in the itinerary are included. This covers breakfast during the majority of your experience, and some lunches and dinners. Any meals not included will be up to you to purchase, and this will be a fantastic opportunity to sample a range of Thailand’s culinary delights. Your guide will always be able to suggest different places to eat and we’d encourage you to be adventurous. Although food may look a little different to what you’re used to at home (and will be very different from any Thai takeaways you’ve had!) the flavours are phenomenal and it’s well worth eating some local authentic dishes.

Eligibility & FAQ's

The minimum age for this trip is 18 years. 

Whats Included

  • Airport pick up from Bangkok International Airport (BKK) and transfer to your Bangkok accommodation
  • Accommodation 
  • Transport as per the itinerary
  • Breakfast whilst in Bangkok, Sangkhlaburi and Kanchanaburi
  • Thai ‘Welcome Dinner’ on day 2
  • Lunch on days 8 and 9
  • Dinner on day 8
  • Guided canal boat tour of Bangkok
  • Guided bike tour of Bangkok
  • Guided tour of Sangkhlaburi
  • The guidance, supervision and materials required to participate in the volunteer project
  • A guided trek (water is included throughout the trek)
  • River rafting in Sangkhlaburi
  • Visit to the Erawan National Park waterfalls
  • Kanchanaburi temple and meditation visit
  • Thai cooking lesson
  • Snorkelling day trip in Koh Tao
  • Island tour day trip
  • The services of a fully qualified and registered Thai tour guide with you throughout your experience
  • 24/7 in-country emergency assistance phone line

What's Not Included

  • Flights and travel to and from Thailand
  • Visa
  • Travel Insurance, which is compulsory. We can provide you with some excellent policies to choose from
  • Meals unless specified otherwise
  • Transfer back to the airport and/or any onwards travel at the end of your trip
  • Entrance fees to the Moon Parties on Koh Phangan
  • Entrance fee to the Grand Palace during the Bangkok tour
  • Any optional extras, recreational activities and excursions not listed in the itinerary that you choose to experience during any free time

Flights

Your flight to Thailand should arrive at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) on your programme start date. Your return flight or onward travel should be arranged on your programme end date.

To receive the included transfer from Bangkok airport to your accommodation your flight will need to arrive between 6am and 10pm on the programme start date.

To book your flights, please contact us on 01892 277037 to get you the best deal on the day.

It is important that once you have booked your flights you add these details to your online account or alternatively you can contact us with your departure date, the flight number and arrival time at your destination.

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Imogen Hoyle

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Yes

What were the highlights of your trip?

Amazing ! Great tour guide and friendly people Really enjoyed the islands and Elephant Haven Wish I could go back!!

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

no

Tips for other travellers?

Take enough money to be able to do the extra activities

Any other comments?

Would definitely recommend it was amazing!!!

Dan Holmes

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What were the highlights of your trip?

We did loads of amazing things on the trip, but a few that stand out for me have to be Elephant Haven Thailand where we were able to feed, walk with and wash a group of elephants, and also being able to play with a tiger cub at the Kanchanaburi Safari Park was a great experience! As well as these, I loved everything, including the Bangkok bike ride, jungle trek, Erawan National Park, Black Moon Party and Asia Blue Sea Safari trip - too many things to mention! I also made some true friends for life on the trip and am so glad I chose to do it!

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

Possibly just update the information to be more accurate i.e. you will need more than 500-600GBP than the itinerary states to do all that you want realistically. Maybe some more activities on Koh Phangan, although I know that these are expensive on the island.

Tips for other travellers?

1) Go alone like I did, then you can easily make new friends for life and are free to mingle with everyone in the group. Don't be nervous, you are all in the same boat - just be yourself! 2) Take more money than Real Gap suggest - I took 33,500THB (755GBP) and took part in the extra activities with everyone else 3) Don't overpack! You can buy clothes/toiletries/insect repellents over there and they are so much cheaper and accustomed to the country!

Any other comments?

Noina our tour guide was absolutely lovely and couldn't do enough to help our group. She is a credit to Real Gap and made it such a brilliant trip! On another note, there were two people that booked together on the trip but actually fell out halfway during the trip, making it quite uncomfortable for our small group of 7...we intervened to resolve this, but I think the best way forwards is for people to go alone on this sort of trip. I don't know what Real Gap can do to prevent this sort of thing from happening, just wanted to make it aware as it was a bit dampening on the trip!

Chanel Buckland

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Bee our tour guide was the best! Bike ride in Bangkok to see where the locals lives was good to see, and the palaces in Bangkok were amazing. Sangklabhuri was my favourite place, being with the locals and not surrounded by tourists allowed us to see another side to Thailand. The trek was challenging but was so worth it, definitely bring water shoes to trek the waterfall. Seeing different communities coming together in one area was sweet. Volunteering was so cute, definitely an experience to remember. There is also a nature park you can visit, zip lining was so good. Kanchanaburi had some free time, definitely go to the elephant sanctuary, amazing place to see the animals in a natural habitat and happy too. The waterfalls are beautiful at Erawan, highly recommend claiming to the 7th tier. The parties on the islands including full moon were a great end to the trip.

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

Maybe the nature club day out or the elephant sanctuary.

Tips for other travellers?

A suitcase is easy to live out of you don't need a backpack. Don't over pack like myself you'll want to buy so much at half the price. You don't need a mosquito net, you can buy great mosquito repellent in 7/11 in Bangkok which is better than ones from the UK and purchase tiger balm once you get there it will sort out any bites.

Emily Hammans

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What were the highlights of your trip?

Everything on this trip was amazing. Bangkok was actually unreal. Think it helped that our group was such a crazy bunch and the nights out we had were amazing! Definitely suggest everyone try a scorpion (disgusting but you can say you've done it), get a Thai massage, and you also have to try the toasties from 7/11. A bit longer in Bangkok would have been good. Elephant sanctuary was also amazing and worth the money. Also make sure you book onto the month with the full moon party, you can't miss it! Make sure u go to jungle party night before too. Other amazing highlights were the total wipeout course, volunteering and snorkelling.

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

Chaing Mai and Phi phi islands.

Tips for other travellers?

Bring lots of mosquito repellent, bring a lot more money that you think you need and come with an open mind-travelling isn't going to be 5 star so expect flaws. Also real gal suggest bringing £500 spending money which is definitely not enough and wasn't for the majority of our group. I wanted to do everything and we went out a lot and I spent £750. However I could have spent a lot more

Any other comments?

Think we spent too much time in Sangklaburi, absolutely amazing place but 9 days was way too long. If we had a day or two extra in Bangkok and fitted in another destination it would have worked a lot better. The whole structure of the trip was amazing but I felt that the money paid for the trip wasn't exactly used as well as it could have been, flights to chaing Mai were really cheap so could have a few days there.

Harriet Luckhurst

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What were the highlights of your trip?

So many highlights to chose from! loved every minute of my month in Thailand and I'm so sad I'm home. Bangkok was the craziest city I've visited and would of preferred a couple more days to explore, so make the most of the short time there! 9 days in Sangklaburi was a bit too long for my liking, being a remote local village there wasn't a lot to do so in the evenings or when you had any free time it could sometimes be a little boring. However on one of the free days we had, we went to the Nature Club Resort and went zip lining, which was amazing - a must do! Kanchanaburi was beautiful and spending the day playing with retired and rescued show elephants was the most surreal thing I've done, totally worth every penny and would happily of done it again the next day! The last week in Koh Phangan was the time to explore on our own and enjoy the island. Make sure you book the trip which includes the Full Moon party, so much fun and an amazing night out.

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

Only downside to the trip was spending a little too much time in one area, would of loved to of had some island hoping included in the trip.

Tips for other travellers?

bring a lot more money than you think you'll need. It was recommended to bring around £500/£600 but this was no where near enough. I spent around £800 and I did everything that was available! bring LOTS of mosquito repellant and after bite because trust me, you'll get eaten alive.

Any other comments?

ENJOY EVERY MOMENT AS THE MONTH WILL FLY BY AND YOU'LL BE HOME BEFORE YOU KNOW IT

Poppy Thompson

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What were the highlights of your trip?

Volunteering in the Thai nursery in Sangkhlaburi, elephant sanctuary in Kanchanaburi, trekkin and going totally out of my comfort zone, full moon party!

Tips for other travellers?

Take lots of mosquito repellant with deet, it's just as easy to take a suitcase as a backpack and take part in anything offered to you!

Any other comments?

Take up any opportunity to do extra activities as you won't regret it! The island is the most expensive so make sure you save enough money for the last week, between 700-800 pound spending money should be more than enough! Staying up till sunrise at the full moon party is so,etching you have to experience!

Hannah Scholefield

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What were the highlights of your trip?

Looking after Thai children was amazing! Its one of the best things I've ever done. Zip wiring over a jungle was another and riding then bathing elephants.

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

Not at all. There was more than enough to do

Tips for other travellers?

Take a big bag Dont take too many clothes, buy them out there!! Be prepared for lots of bites

Annie Warman

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What were the highlights of your trip?

There are a lot!! Chang towers on Khao San Road, jungle trekking, the best food in Sangkhlaburi, volunteering, Erawan, Elephants World, cuddling lion cubs and feeding the giraffes in the safari, snorkelling by Koh Nangyuan, Full Moon party and all the beach parties on Koh Phangan, Bee and Wit and the friends for life I met on the trip.

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

Another month.

Tips for other travellers?

1) Money! £700+ if you want to do as many of the optional activities as possible (well worth it), it's not great when you're running low with a week to go. Koh Phangan is where most of the money will go, food is much more expensive and buckets add up. 2) Bring clothes you're happy to get ruined, jungle trekking and swimming in lakes with elephants make your clothes brown forever! Suitcase is also as good as a backpack, if not better. 3) Make the most of every single day, create the best memories ever, enjoy the company of all your fellow travellers, and be prepared for serious post Thailand blues when you come home!

Lucy Mc manus

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What were the highlights of your trip?

There were highlights at every stage of the trip- Bangkoks kao San road in general was brilliant for meeting other backpackers and they had the best shopping and cheapest massages! Lol sangklaburi was great for getting a real experience of rural Thailand- my highlight was the adventure park we went to where you could do zip lining, Zorbing and quad biking. The zip lining was absolutely terrifying (given my fear of heights!) but my favourite experience in sangklaburi. In kanchanaburi the elephant village was AMAZING .. Getting the chance to play in the water with the elephants was just incredible- and the elephants were so happy and playful! Then moving on to koh phangan there were so many highlights- SCUBA DIVING not to be missed! And the ang thong national marine park tour was great along with day trips to koh tao (great snorkelling), and of course the half moon party was simply not to be missed!!

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

I think I would have liked to have seen a few more islands- therefore just had more time in koh phangan to be able to visit some other places.

Tips for other travellers?

The biggest one- bring as many cans of mosquito spray as you possibly can! I was absolutely eaten alive by Mosquitos/ sand flies and the bites can be really itchy. When you do get bitten the tiger balm in 7/11 stores is the best thing to use! Try to get to know everybody in the group- when you make friends it's easy to just stay with the same people all of the time but the group dynamic is so much better when you try to integrate with everyone. Also do NOT sit on wifi at every opportunity! You will be wasting your chance to enjoy the experience! SAVE AS MUCH MONEY AS YOU CAN FOR THE ISLANDS! The islands are in the last week and it is the most expensive part of the trip by far so you need to have quite a lot of money left for the week. You don't want to miss out on anything so make sure you have enough to be able to participate in all of the amazing activities.

Any other comments?

The Chang beer in Thailand has no sell by date- keep this in mind when your drinking a beer because it could b lying in a cellar for 2/3 years and be a LOT stronger as a result!! Lol Be really careful about your buckets in koh phangan!Just don't let any alcohol you have out of your sight and if you do, then just leave it! Thank you to sugar for being a fantastic tour guide and also to smithy who came in half way through the trip. Met some of the most incredible people who absolutely made my trip, love you all!!! ??

anna whitelaw

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Yes

What were the highlights of your trip?

Elephants, erawan waterfalls, snorkelling, beach week

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

More activities in koh panghan

Tips for other travellers?

Don't be afraid to go it alone. Try everything once. Make the most of everything.

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