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Day 01 Arrival Phuket (-)

Upon arrival at Phuket International Airport (HKT), meet and greet our representative, transfer to hotel, check in and refresh.

After a short relaxation, proceed to Phuket City Tour. Phuket a province,located in southern Thailand, the biggest Island of Thailand, and one of the oldest cities with a long history in Thailand, sits on the Andaman sea. It used to be the important port of the west of Malay Peninsula where Chinese people from oversea came for settling business and where cassiterite can be found. It used to be ruled by the western both Portugal and Holland. This is why Phuket becomes major growing community and becomes the meeting location for those two major cultures from two different countries.

The nearest province to the north is Phang-nga and the nearest provinces to the east are Phang-nga and Krabi.It has a large Chinese influence, so you will see many Chinese shrines and Chinese Restaurants around the City. A Chinese Vegetarian Festival is held there every year, while the Chinese community is quite big, there are many other ethnicities bringing all their traditions and festivals from all over the world to Phuket.

Being a big Island, Phuket is surrounded by many magnificent Beaches such as Rawai, Patong, Karon, Kamala, Kata Yai, Kata Noi, and Mai Khao. Laem Phromthep viewpoint is said to feature the most beautiful sunsets in Thailand. It isn’t all just Beaches though, there is also fantastic classical architectures and restaurants, with welcome atmosphere and famous Phuket Nightlife.

Start with Chino-Portuguese Style Building of Phuket, an old buildings situated in Phuket town certainly represent the prosperity of the culture. These old buildings have been constructed more than hundred years since the mining business was popular. The architectural style is European mixed with Chinese modern called "Sino-Portuguese" They function as a city hall, provincial court, Siam City Bank, office places and other residences. 

Next, visit the Saphan Hin Park, is a place to relax with a beautiful atmosphere, located at the end of Phuket road. Not only swimming at the beach near to the park, but you can also watch 60 years pillar monument which towering clearly on the park, which are simulate from mining kacher which is constructed in 1969 for recollecting for Captain Edward Thomas Mile, an Australian who brought the first dredge for tin mining in 1909. Presently, it is the place to organize important festivals in Phuket and is the place for relaxation and popular exercise courts.

Later, visit the Cashew Nut Factory,  which will provide an insight into the processing of cashew nuts, and to see how painstakingly these treasured and fragrant nuts are extracted and baked.The first stop was a taste test of the juice of the cashew nut which is believed to have valuable medicinal properties which tasted quiet nice. The juice of the cashew nut is known as Cashewy. A visit to the cashew nut factory in Phuket will provide an insight into the processing of cashew nuts, and to see how painstakingly these treasured and fragrant nuts are extracted and baked.

Next, followed by the Gems Factory Phuket has many jewels and pearls for tourists to buy as souvenirs. The shop has a lot of space for tourists to shop around. Every products have a quality guarantee that they are genuine with good quality. Every pieces were made by experienced craftsmen who comes with exquisite workmanship and attention to every detail in jewelry making. 

The Birdnest Shop, where the Chinese and local people claim that the bird saliva is full of medicinal qualities. These bird nest concoctions are popular gifts given to elderly members of the family, especially on auspicious occasions such as Chinese New Year and birthdays. They claim that it improves digestion, health, bone density, vitality, restores youthfulness and energy.


The Chalong Temple, (officially Wat Chai Thararam), is the largest, most revered and most visited Buddhist temple in Phuket, built at the beginning of the 19th century, 1837. The central temple is where most Thai people will make merit by offering lotus flowers and adding a small piece of gold paper to the monk’s statues inside. 

The tallest building on the temple grounds is a 60 meters tall stupa (chedi) sheltering a bone fragment of Lord Buddha. Beautiful paintings retracing the most significant Buddha’s life steps decorate the walls and ceilings of the temple. Each floor is also full of large, donated golden statues. The chedi (stupa) of Chalong Temple is built on three floors, so feel free to climb to the top terrace to get a beautiful bird’s view of the entire temple grounds. A few more steps will lead you to a glass display where you can contemplate the fragment of bone.

There are occasional funfairs displaying lots of food, plenty of favourite Thai games and big stage performances. It’s always fun, noisy, and entertaining and will undoubtedly give you exciting opportunities to take fun photos and insight into Thai life.

Rawai is home to the people known as Sea Gypsies, who were nomadic until they settled in this village called Sea Gypsy Village,and several other nearby locations. Most Sea Gypsies make their living by fishing or pearl diving. These are people who live a very a very traditional lifestyle and only recently acquired electricity. They have their own animistic religion. If you visit in June or November, you can see their Floating Festival, where boats are launched to ward off evil spirits.

Have lunch and proceed to the Rawai Beach has some amazing beaches as well as other attractions worth visiting. The atmosphere of a traditional fishing village than a typical modern beach.  It’s a scenic spot but not usually suitable for swimming. You can buy fresh fish at local markets and dine in restaurants close by. Rawai is not quite as popular as a tourist destination,compared to many other areas in Phuket. This makes it one of the best places in Thailand to experience authentic local culture. The waters around Rawai and Phuket provide ample opportunities for snorkeling, scuba diving, fishing and island hopping.

Other nearby beaches in Rawai are Nai Harn Beach, Yanui Beach, Laem Ka Beach.

Phromthep Cape is one of the best places in Rawai to get spectacular views of the Andaman Sea. It’s especially popular for taking photos at sunset. For the most dramatic vantage point, you can climb to the top of the lighthouse. There’s also a shrine with hundreds of elephant statues.

After observing the stunning view, proceed for dinner and return to the hotel. Overnight in Phuket. 

Day 02 Phi Phi Island Tour Cruise (B) 

After breakfast, proceed to visit Phi Phi Island, an archipelago, one of the most popular destinations, are the jewel of the Andaman Sea, 

scattered across the Gulf of Thailand. 

Pick up from the hotel to the pier at 08.30am. Departure from Harbor to Phi Phi Island with complimentary coffee, tea on board. The Cruise departs from Phuket heading to Phi Phi Lay islands group which takes approximately 1hr 30mins. 

Start with sightseeing around Phi Phi Ley Islands, located in the Hat Noppharat Thara-Muko Phi Phi National Park about 2km from Ko Phi Phi Don. The island’s features are limestone mountains with a steep cliff perpendicular to the sea, as well as beautiful and world-famous coves.

Pi Leh Bay or Lagoon is a large cove with a gorge at the entrance. It is surrounded by limestone hills that resemble emerald green sea halls. 

Loh Samah Bay is one of the most beautiful diving spots of Ko Phi Phi Le. There is a pile of coral reefs, colourful anemones, including a large number of fish. 

Maya Bay is a famous bay of Ko Phi Phi Le. It is surrouded by mountains and has a white sandy beach and emerald green sea. 

Viking Cave,where inside the cave is found historical paintings of an elephant and different kinds of boats. It was assumed that these paintings were done by sailors. This is because this was a navigation route or a point where ships could stop for shelter from the monsoon winds, unload goods, or repair ships. At present, it is now a bird’s nest concession area. 

Peleh Cove Snorkeling & swimming at Monkey Bay is where the towering limestone cliffs overlook the crystal-clear Andaman Sea where you will spend the day alternating between relaxing and snorkeling. 

Enjoy Delicious Buffet Lunch at Phi Phi Restaurant. After lunch time you’ll have free time for sightseeing or shopping on Phi Phi Don island till approximately 3.00pm. Depart from Phi Phi Island, arrive at Harbor and transfer to your hotel. Later have dinner at nearby vicinity. Overnight in Phuket.

Day 03 Krabi (B)

After breakfast, check out and proceed to Krabi, famous for its scenic view and breathtaking Beaches and Islands. Its coral reef vistas are also one of the world’s most beautiful, which makes the City a great spot for coral diving.

With attractions including hot springs, a wildlife sanctuary, sea caves, flourishing coral reefs and exotic marine life, limestone cliffs that draw rock climbing enthusiasts from around the world, and national parks that include the Island paradises of Koh Phi Phi and Koh Lanta, one could easily spend weeks in Krabi and leave yearning for more. Krabi features some of the most photogenic sunsets in Thailand, often accompanied by spectacular displays of cloud to cloud lightning, that are best enjoyed from a Beachside bar or Restaurant.

Krabi also provides you with great Shopping venues such as Maharaj Walking Street and Chao Fah Pier night market.

Enjoy the city tour, starting with the Tiger Caves, literal highlight of this temple complex is, you will first have to climb 1,237 steps! The steps are steep, uneven and sometimes 30 centimeters high! Muscle pain is guaranteed if you don’t have trained legs. In order to keep up the courage, it is regularly indicated how many steps you have already had. If you take a rest once in a while (which almost everyone does) you too can climb this temple! The people who hunted in the forest heard the roar at the temple and called the cave the Tiger Cave. In 1975 a venerable monk, other monks and nuns led them into the area to practice Dharma (the teachings of the Buddha). The tiger then moved inland towards the Phanom Mountain Range and was never seen again.There are no tigers (anymore) at the Tiger Cave Temple. 

Next, visit the The Black Crab Statue, located near the Chaofah Park and town center of Krabi, the crab sculptures are iconic in the town. Identifiable even from boat tours, the golden and black colored statues of two crabs are very famous. Perfect for photo ops at any time of the day, the sculpture represents the natural significance of mangrove habitat found in Thailand. 

Twin Mountain, forming a dramatic backdrop to the town of Krabi, the twin limestone mountains known as Khao Khanap Nam straddle the Krabi River. The Krabi River (Maenam Krabi) is noted as being the shortest river in Thailand at just 5 kilometres long. The river runs into the Krabi estuary (Paknam Krabi) on the way to the Andaman Sea. The boat journey along the river from Krabi Town to Khao Khanap Nam takes 15 minutes. 

Approximately 100 metres high, the mountains form one of the most distinctive landmarks in southern Thailand. The riverside walkway in Krabi Town provides fine views of the twin peaks, but for a close-up inspection visitors can take a longtail boat from the town’s Chao Fa pier (near the large sculpture of the black crab). The boat will drop you off at a set of stairs which lead you into the caves under the mountains. The caves were once home to ancient settlements and exhibits have been set up to explain some of the archeological finds and cave paintings that have been discovered here. You will see stalactites and stalagmites that have formed inside the caves.

After enjoying the photogenic sunset, have dinner and transfer to hotel. Overnight in Krabi.

Day 04 Krabi (B)

After breakfast, proceed to visit the Railay Beach Walk to Pha Nang Cave. Phra Nang Cave Beach is a stunning white-sand beach surrounded by tall limestone cliffs on the tip of the Railay Peninsula, in Krabi on the southern coast of Thailand, one of the best beaches in Thailand, with things to do such as rock climbing, kayaking, snorkeling, and exploring Princess Cave and the little-known Bat Cave.

Phra Nang Beach is a beautiful secluded beach accessible only by boat or by walking the short track from Railay East Beach. Due to its secluded nature and amazing natural scenery, this white-sand beach is a famous wedding venue and typically one of the must-visit attractions on the Railay Peninsula, named after the Phra Nang Cave, which is located on the east side of the beach. This cave is considered a sacred site by the locals and is dedicated to a mythical sea princess, which is where the name "Princess Cave" comes from.

The beach is typically patrolled by lifeguards during the peak season. It features a small island just off its shores, named Ko Rang Nok, which is accessible by swimming, kayaking, or walking at low tide.

Next, discover the beauty of Tub Island, Chicken Island & Mo Island, Snorkeling at Chicken Island. Chicken Island, often called Koh Kai. Tup Island are two true paradise islands in Krabi, in the south of Thailand, the highlights of the famous 4-Islands tours, a boat trip where the most beautiful islands in Krabi are visited for swimming and snorkelling. Really famous is the fascinating rock formation of Chicken Island, the mighty chicken head, which, it seems, is the namesake of the island. Also, the wide white sandbank that connects Chicken Island with the islet of Tup Island at low tide is really worth a visit. These islands are truly amazing and a real paradise for those who want to take a trip to Krabi’s island world.

The best starting points to visit Chicken Island and Tup Island are definitely the resort of Ao Nang Beach, the quiet beautiful Klong Muang Beach and the famous peninsula of Railay Beach.Trips to Koh Chicken and Koh Tup are usually offered as part of a Krabi 4 Island tour. A good waterproof backpack is the perfect travel item for boat trips and snorkeling tours to protect your cell phone, camera or other valuables from getting wet. Neither on Chicken Island nor on Tup Island are there any accommodations. 

Start with the journey from Krabi mainland to Chicken Island, which is a unique experience, with Turquoise blue sea, fine white sandy beach and imposing rock formations. Above all, however, the dreamlike sea colors make the islet a true paradise and one of the most beautiful islands of Krabi. The white sandy beach of Chicken Island is also unique, one of the most beautiful beaches in Krabi. Walking along the beach, you will find some small trees and quiet shady places, perfect if you want to relax for a few hours. There is a restaurant that sells small snacks and cool drinks. The trip with the typical longtail boat takes just under half an hour and so the island is a popular destination for excursions in Krabi, where the Chicken Island is also a fantastic place for snorkeling.

Especially at low tide the ambiance gets really spectacular, where at this time a long white sandbank forms and connects Chicken Island with Tup Island. As soon as the water is low enough, you can easily walk from one island to the other one. What a unique experience!

Next, the tiny Tup Island is another highlight of the Krabis islands world. This island is tiny, but no less beautiful, and a stopover is really recommended. There are great opportunities for snorkeling at Tup Island, here in the sea you will discover a colorful and diverse underwater world. At high tide, a big part of Tup Island’s beach is underwater and the sandbank to Chicken Island also disappears. But at low tide you can almost circle the island.

Proceed to Poda Island, a small limestone island 25 minutes by boat from the beaches of the Raileh peninsular (which can be seen on the horizon in the photograph). The circular island is no more than a kilometre in diameter, covered in palm trees and almost entirely encircled by a soft white sand beach. 

Mu Koh Poda or Poda Group Islands is under the administration of Haad Noppharat Thara-Mu Koh Phi Phi National Park. The Group Islands consist of Koh Poda, Koh Kai, Koh Mo and Koh Thap. They are currently popular destinations that can be reached by a rented boat. Abundant and colorful coral reefs and the wonderful marine world make these islands ideal for diving and snorkeling.Moreover, when the water level gets low, Koh Kai, Koh Mo and Koh Tap, the three isles in this Group Islands will reveal and amazing sight of a white, fine sand bar that links the three isles together. In the middle of Koh Poda, there is a pathway to the back beach which will also passes the one and only resort of the island, Poda Island Resort.

For lunch, grab your food at the beach kiosk, or some snacks at the beach vendors. It is advisable for you to pack your preferable food before heading to the boat to Poda Island.

Relax at the beach and enjoy swimming in the clear water. A coral reef lies 20m offshore, and the combination of scenery, beach and excellent snorkelling, which makes it one of the favourite places to spend a lazy day in this part of the world. Evening, transfer to hotel. Have dinner at nearby hotel vicinity. Overnight in  Krabi.

Day 05 Departure (B)

After breakfast, check out and transfer to the airport for onward destination.

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***You will be notified what to bring along for the tours upon your booking of this package.