Best of Bangkok & Hong Kong

  • 8 days / 7 nights
  • $1,890.00
Known for its crowded markets, mouth-watering food, and temples, Bangkok has long lured travellers from around the world to its streets. Here, see Jim Thompson House, the Grand Palace, and Wat Pho. Explore UNESCO-listed Ayutthaya before flying to Hong Kong, where you’ll be amazed anew at the city skyline, and attractions such as Victoria Peak, Aberdeen, and Repulse Bay.

Best of Bangkok & Hong Kong

$1,890.00

Known for its crowded markets, mouth-watering food, and temples, Bangkok has long lured travellers from around the world to its streets. Here, see Jim Thompson House, the Grand Palace, and Wat Pho. Explore UNESCO-listed Ayutthaya before flying to Hong Kong, where you’ll be amazed anew at the city skyline, and attractions such as Victoria Peak, Aberdeen, and Repulse Bay.

Daily Overview

Day Destination Activities
1 Bangkok Arrive Bangkok and hotel check-in
2 Bangkok Enjoy a full-day tour to see Bangkok’s most compelling landmarks, such as Grand Palace
3 Bangkok Explore UNESCO-listed ayutthaya Historical Park
4 Bangkok Day spent at your leisure
5 Bangkok
Hong Kong
Hotel check out and take a flight to Hong Kong
6 Hong Kong Half-day tour visiting major attractions and experience hong kong from an open-top tramcar
7 Hong Kong Enjoy a guided foodie walking tour
8 Hong Kong Hotel check-out

Images courtesy of Tourism Authority of Thailand

DAY 1

ARRIVE IN BANGKOK

Arrive in Bangkok, which has been the capital of Thailand since 1782. At the airport, a transfer is waiting to take you to your hotel. The rest of the day is yours to explore Bangkok, the vibrant City of Angels. As Thailand’s most populous city, Bangkok—known as Krungthepmahanakorn in Thai—is an economic, spiritual, political and cultural hub with numerous temples, palaces, canals, markets, and restaurants to discover.

Images courtesy of Tourism Authority of Thailand

DAY 2

BANGKOK

After breakfast at your hotel, enjoy a full-day tour featuring some of Bangkok’s most compelling historic sites, monuments, and landmarks. Experience local modes of transport—from sky trains to riverboats to tuk tuks—on your way to visit Jim Thompson House, a collection of Thai structures erected by the legendary American businessman and silk exporter. You’ll see the Taksin Pier, travelling by boat along the Chao Phraya River and disembarking at Tha Chang Pier. Here you’ll visit the Grand Palace, a former Royal Residence and home of the Emerald Buddha. Next, take a tuk tuk to Wat Pho, which features a massive Reclining Buddha, and enjoy a one-hour foot massage. After returning to your hotel, the rest of the day is at your leisure to explore Bangkok.

Images courtesy of Tourism Authority of Thailand

DAY 3

BANGKOK

Today, after breakfast at your hotel, travel by coach bus to the fascinating Ayutthaya Historical Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1991. Here, you’ll visit some of this former city’s most renowned Buddhist temples, including Wat Mahathat and Wat Na Phra Meru. Stop for lunch in an idyllic spot along the riverside, and enjoy views of the slow-moving water. After lunch, board the Thanatharee for a culture-themed cruise to Wat Phanan Choeng and Royal Elephant Kraal, where you’ll get up close and personal with these gentle giants. A coach bus returns you to your hotel.

Images courtesy of Tourism Authority of Thailand

DAY 4

BANGKOK

After two adventure-packed days in Bangkok, the day is yours to explore the city at your own leisure.

Images courtesy of Tourism Authority of Thailand

DAY 5

BANGKOK - HONG KONG

Following a leisurely breakfast, check out of your hotel. A transfer will take you to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport for your flight to Hong Kong, China. Upon arrival and after checking in to your hotel, the remainder of the day is spent at your leisure.

DAY 6

HONG KONG

Breakfast is served at your hotel this morning. After, enjoy a half-day tour of this dynamic city’s cultural wonders, landmarks, and attractions. See Victoria Peak, the mountain covering the western half of the island of Hong Kong and Aberdeen, known for its floating village and seafood restaurants, where you’ll have the option to take a sampan ride. Next, discover historic Repulse Bay in the southern part of Hong Kong, then tour Stanley Market to shop for bargains. Before returning to your hotel, you’ll visit a renowned jewelry workshop.

In the afternoon, experience Hong Kong from an iconic, 1920’s-style open-top tramcar. Here, you’ll witness both historical and contemporary landmarks, and learn about life in the city from a local guide. The tour includes a two-day tramway system ticket so that you can explore the city on your own, experiencing an insider’s perspective.

DAY 7

HONG KONG

Enjoy breakfast at your hotel before embarking on a food-themed walking tour of Hong Kong—a paradise for foodies. Accompanied by a local guide, you’ll taste the many flavours this city has to offer, savouring classic dishes and drinks at the preferred restaurants of Hong Kong’s residents. Learn about Hong Kong’s culinary history and culture, while also getting a glimpse into the local way of life. On the tour, choose to explore one of three of the city’s most renowned areas: Central and Sheung Wan, Sham Shui Po, or Tai Po.

DAY 8

HONG KONG

This week-long discovery of two of Asia’s most exciting metropolises ends today. After breakfast at your hotel, check out and take a transfer to the airport to prepare for your onward journey.

Departure Date Price per person *
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April 1st, 2019 - March 31, 2020 From $1,890

*Price per person based on double occupancy. Due to the dynamic nature of availability and pricing, please click here to contact us directly for departure dates and full pricing.

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