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Bangkok, Burma Cruise & Beach

17 day Holiday Idea - from £1255

With flights from £2075

Enjoy the shopping and sights of Thailand’s bustling capital, a luxury river cruise along Burma’s Irrawaddy River and a relaxing Thai beach stay.


  • Discover the spectacular countryside of Burma
  • Experience a luxury river cruise on the Irrawaddy
  • Enjoy your own free time to explore lively Bangkok
  • Visit historic temples and palaces
  • Take time to relax on the beaches Hua Hin

Your Holiday Includes:

  • 3 nights to explore Bangkok
  • 4 day Irrawaddy River Cruise
  • 8 nights beach stay in Hua Hin
  • Pre and post cruise hotels
  • Optional UK Flights
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Your Itinerary

Day 1 to 3 - Bangkok

Arrive into Bangkok, where you will be greeted and transferred to your chosen Bangkok hotel for the following three nights. Whilst in Bangkok, you will have the opportunity to explore the city at your own leisurely pace. Bangkok is a fun and vibrant city with a rich history and unique culture. With markets, shopping, temples, palaces and great food, you may never want to leave.

For those who prefer to explore the city with a guide, our expert local guides can offer just that. With a deep knowledge of the areas, you will definitely learn a thing or two.

Day 4 - Bagan

Today, catch a flight from Bangkok to Bagan in Burma. On arrival, you will be greeted and transferred to your hotel for the evening. Enjoy the rest of your day at leisure. Make sure to head and catch the sunset on top of one of the temples.

Day 5 to 8 - Irrawaddy Cruise

Today you’ll be transferred to the pier and board your new home for the four day Irrawaddy Cruise to Mandalay. The Sanctuary Ananda is a beautiful vessel with lots to offer, cruise on the Irrawaddy River over the next four days enjoy the ever-changing views of traditional river life as you glide upstream between Bagan and Mandalay. Visit many fascinating places including the famous temples of Bagan, bustling local markets and the Sagaing Hills. Inbetween shore excursions, relax in your suite or take part in one of the onboard activities.

On arrival into Mandalay, you will be transferred to your hotel for a night. Head out and explore Mandalay and grab a few final souvenirs.

Day 9 - Hua Hin

Transfer to the airport for your flight to Bangkok. Upon arrival, you will be driven down the coast to your chosen Hua Hin hotel for the final eight nights. Take this time to relax by the pool or down on the beach with a good book. Hua Hin is a relaxed beachside resort popular with Thai travellers. With a rich history and vibrant night markets, it is the perfect place to unwind and enjoy your time.

Day 15 - Farewell

Today bid farewell to Hua Hin and transfer to Bangkok for your onward flight.

17 day Holiday Idea - from £1255

With flights from £2075


  • Add extra nights in Bangkok and Hua Hin
  • Pre-book activities and day tours in Bangkok
  • Choose to fly Economy, Premium, Business or First class

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All prices are per person and based on 2 sharing a double or twin room. Prices are subject to seasonal changes.

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We hope this holiday idea will inspire you. We have combined:

  • A city stay including a choice of hotels
  • A River Cruise including:
    – expert guides and activities
    – air conditioned cabins with balcony
    – all meals and selected drinks during meal times
  • A leisure beach stay with a choice of hotels
  • Airport transfers to and from your hotels

You can book this holiday idea as it is or we can tailor it to suit what you want to do. Or ask our team to design a holiday just for you anywhere in Asia.

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