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CAD $ USD $2799.00
$750.00 deposit required.
Remaining balance collected 60 days prior to departure.
Wander among the temples and palaces of Bangkok • Taste the many regions of Thai food on a Bangkok food tour • Join a cooking school in Chiang Mai • Discover Thailand's golden age in Sukhothai • Learn to care for, and ride an Elephant • Relax on the bank of the beautiful River Kwai in your luxurious hotel •
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Hop on our gay tour of Thailand and discover the exquisite Land of Smiles in style! Thailand conjures up images of spicy delicacies, majestic elephants, golden Buddhas, vibrant nightlife and exotic hideaways - and we experience it all on this trip for gay men, their friends and family (women are welcome!). Support the rehabilitation of the endangered Asian elephant, step back in time in the ancient kingdom of Sukhothai and try your hand at whipping up some gastronomic delights. Need a beach vacation? We're happy to add a beach extension to the beginning or end of your adventure.
• Group leader from beginning to end of tour
• 9 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 4 Dinners
• Private sedan arrival transfer to joining point hotel
• Grand Palace & Wat Pho tour (Bangkok)
• Khlong (canal) tour (Bangkok)
• Local food tour (Bangkok)
• Doi Suthep Monastery (Chiang Mai)
• Thai cooking class & dinner (Chiang Mai)
• Temple Tour by red Songthaew (Chiang Mai)
• Sightseeing in Sukhothai Historic Park (Sukhothai)
• Elephant experience & ride (Sukhothai)
• Sri Satchanalai Historical Park
• Sightseeing including the Allied War Cemetery, the Jeath War Museum and the Bridge over the River Kwai (Kanchanaburi)
• Train journey on Death Railway (Kanchanaburi)
• Hellfire Pass (Kanchanaburi)
• Memorial Museum (Kanchanaburi)
• Erawan Waterfall visit
• Travel insurance package covering medical, trip interruption & baggage loss. Click here for more info
*for a more detailed itinerary, view our trip notes
• International Airfare
• Departure Transfer
• Meals and activities not outlined in itinerary
4 Star Boutique Hotels (9 nights)
We have carefully chosen these gay-welcoming properties with you in mind. They have the right balance of comfort and luxury while still being locally owned.
This trip is a relaxing break. You don't have to worry about being able to do anything physically demanding unless you want to. We do however, highly recommend that you let loose for our jungle flight zip-line adventure!
The trip includes 4 & 5-star boutique accommodations. Days of being on the move are well interspersed, communication with the outside world is ever-present and a wide variety of food is commonly available.
Maximum of 16 travellers per group. Departure is guaranteed, subject to 4 people travelling.
Allow USD $500 for meals not included.
Bursting with life and colour, Bangkok is a modern city with an ancient heart. Visit the Emerald Buddha, housed beneath the gleaming spires of the Grand Palace. Take a boat trip through the khlongs to witness the remarkable contrast between city and canal-side life. Enjoy the many culinary delights on a food tour and the gay nightlife of Bangkok with your gay local guide who will join you throughout your adventure.
Enjoy a relaxed temple tour by local songthaew. Learn to whip up local delicacies at a Thai cooking class and afterwards taste the mouth-watering fruits of this epicurean labour. Climb up to Doi Suthep, famous for its wonderful copper-plated chedi and sweeping views out over the countryside. Learn about the Asian Elephant, and go for a short ride.
Nicknamed the Dawn of Happiness, Sukhothai still recalls Siam's golden age with its superb statues, marvellous monuments and lotus flowers in full bloom. Be bowled over by baby elephants at the Elephant Conservation Centre and take a ride on a full-grown adult.
Enjoy a leisurely bike ride through Sukhothai before our trip to Kanchanaburi. Visit the impressive and cascading Erawan Waterfall then visit Hellfire Pass Memorial for a short visit before taking the train to River Kwai on the famous Death Railway and tonight, relax at your riverside luxury hotel.
Returning to Bangkok, there is ample time to visit any number of sights before our included farewell dinner at a fantastic restaurant popular with gay locals and tourists alike.
San Francisco, CA
|"The trip was awesome, from temple ruins and Hellfire Pass to our Thai cooking class and speeding down the Chao Phraya in a long boat all provided a great cross cut of Thai culture and people. And special thanks to our fabulous guide who showed us how to really enjoy our trip."|
|"I have been on several group led trips before, but never had as much fun as I did with this trip to Thailand."|
|"Great trip! A good balance of culture and fun..."|
Pleasant Ridge, MI
|"A trip where I learned about Thailand in depth and had a great time doing so. Who needs a guidebook...just book with OUT Adventures!"|
|"Tong is very personable, took care of everyone's needs and made sure everything went smoothly. [His] excellent knowledge of local eating and drinking establishments made off-itinerary excursions great fun too."|
Pleasant Ridge, MI
|"This was the trip of a lifetime! I don't think anything could have prepared me for this amazing experience. The itinerary does not do the overall experience justice. I was amazed by Thailand and was glad that Out Adventures was there to escort me."|
New Jersey, USA
|""I couldn't have enjoyed my trip more. Tong was beyond excellent. He took care of EVERYTHING, even assisting and joining in off-itinerary activities. I will always think back on this trip with not only great memories of the land and the culture, but a deep love for the people. I can't wait to return!""|
|"Had an absolutely wonderful time, far exceeded my expectations. Would definately do it all over again..."|
|"Comfort Thailand was an amazing and inspiring trip that was well-planned and superbly executed throughout. Top marks go to our group leader, Tong... Never a dull moment with the group of great guys on our tour! Thanks OUT Adventures."|
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