Thailand & Cambodia Explorer
Thailand & Cambodia Explorer
Thailand & Cambodia Explorer
Thailand & Cambodia Explorer
Thailand & Cambodia Explorer

Thailand & Cambodia Explorer

Regular price £999.00

This trip is a fantastic way to travel the real Thailand and Cambodia, seeing some real life local communities, stunning national parks, and amazing temples, and end on the picturesque beaches.

Surin is a unique opportunity to see the road less travelled, and Khao Yai and Angkor Wat are unforgettable experiences.


Day 1 – Arrival day. Meet your fellow travellers and our dedicated team, enjoy the sights and sounds of Bangkok

Day 2 – Orientation and Bangkok Tour. A great day sightseeing and then spend an evening on the famous Khao San Road

Day 3 – Bangkok volunteer day. Work with the children at the temple school located in the grounds of Bangkok’s famous Wat Pho (reclining Buddha). It’s a truly fascinating experience and spending time with the children here is an unforgettable experience.

Day 4 – .JJ Market. Explore one of South East Asia’s largest markets – you name it, they’ve got it here. If you’re all shopped out, grab a bite to eat at the fantastic food stalls located all around the market.

Day 5 – Transfer to Surin. You and your group will take the train to Surin. Taking around 8 hours it is an experience in itself. Sit back in the air conditioning and enjoy the journey. Be sure to take plenty of photos as you watch the Thai countryside go by.

Day 6 - 9 – Renovation Project. For the next four days you will be volunteering at a local school or community in need of a helping hand, doing hands-on renovation work with our local team. Projects can include things like painting or construction, and start in the morning and finish in the afternoon depending on the daily task.

Day 10 – Cambodia Angkor Experience. Today is the day you will travel to the Cambodian border to transfer to Siem Reap. You can spend the evenin exploring the area such as the famous Pub Street, and experiencing some local delights.

Day 11 – Angkor Wat Tour. A full day ahead exploring the amazing Angkor Wat. This will be a full day experience, and you will return in the evening.

Day 12 – Time to return to Surin. You will return to Surin exactly the same way you arrived in Siem Reap, and return back to the Surin Volunteer house, ready for your Elephant Village Experience.

Day 13 - 16 – Elephants. For the next 4 days and 3 nights, help to feed, and care for the elephants at an elephant village in Surin. You’ll stay in a homestay, getting back to basics, and learning about rural life in Thailand. On your last day you will be transferring back to Surin town for one night, ready for your trip to Khao Yai.

Day 17 – Khao Yai National Park. After a morning of travelling, you have the afternoon and evening free to relax in the jungle setting of Khao Yai.

Day 18 – Khao Yai Trekking. Today you will set off in the morning on your trek to Thailand’s most iconic waterfalls, and breathtaking views at Pha Daew Dai. You will have a local guide and your tour guide with you for the trek showing you the route, which will last until late afternoon.

Day 19 – Transfer to Bangkok. Another crazy fun night on Khao San Road.


Day 20 – Bangkok Bicycle Tour. Today you will be biking through the less-travelled rural streets of Bangkok, and heading to a temple, and crossing the bridge over the Chaophraya River, and finish in the afternoon.

Evening Transfer to Koh Tao. Arrive at the Lomprayah office one hour before your coach is due to leave, so you still have time to collect your tickets, stickers, some snacks for the journey, and drop your bags off. Lomprayah consists of an overnight coach, followed by a ferry from Chumpon Pier, with arrival on Koh Tao on Day 21 before midday. Then you have the afternoon to relax, chill, or go out and party.

Day 22 – Snorkelling Trip – Today you’ll get to experience some beautiful viewpoints of Koh Tao and the surrounding islands. There’s plenty of opportunities to stop and snorkel in the best spots, and there’s even a chance you’ll see some Turtles.

Day 24 – Transfer to Koh Phangan. Just a short ferry ride away to your next island!  

Day 25 – 27 – Koh Phangan. Explore the island, relax, swim, party! The island has a lot to offer, such as yoga retreats, muay thai gyms, and amazing viewpoints.

Day 28 - Transfer to Bangkok. Jump on the ferry back to Bangkok, where you will be travelling the same way you came, but during the day. You should arrive back in Bangkok just in time to grab some dinner and have a lovely final evening out!

Day 29 – Check Out. A final Breakfast before you leave, and onto your next adventure.


We want to do everything we can to ensure you have an enjoyable stay in Thailand. An important part of this means staying safe, so here are some things to be aware of before you travel:

  • Vaccinations – Thailand is very safe indeed, but as with any hot and humid country there are health risks and viruses that we may not be used to back at home. Contracting anything is very rare, but it’s always best to check with experts before you travel to get the latest and most up to date medical advice. Visit your local travel clinic or your local doctor before travelling to check if you do need any vaccinations or medication.
    *We suggest doing this as far in advance as you can, as some courses of vaccinations can take several weeks to complete*
  • Food – Trying the local food is always a fun part of travelling, but it’s common to have the odd upset stomach within the first few days, as your body adjusts to the climate and different foods you may not be used to. Generally, it’s important to keep hydrated, keep your energy levels up and make sure you eat well and enough.
  • Water – Tap water is not safe to drink so please only drink bottled or filtered water. It’s very easy to buy bottled water throughout Thailand and it’s very cheap too.
  • Alcohol – Please drink in moderation. Remember that it’s very easy to become dehydrated, especially in the heat of Thailand, and so your tolerance to alcohol may be lower than normal.
  • Drugs – Extremely strict drug laws for possession or use. The penalties are severe. Drug use of any kind is not tolerated on any of our experiences.
  • Motorbikes – Riding a moped or motorbike is a common way for locals to travel around, and motorbike taxis are commonplace. Renting a motorbike when traveling through Thailand may look fun, but the fact is that it’s incredibly dangerous and Thailand does in fact have one of the highest road traffic accident fatality rates in the world.
    We strongly recommend you avoid using motorbikes at all costs.
  • Crime levels are no different to at home, and so please be as cautious as you would at home. Don’t leave your belongings on show or unaccompanied, and please don’t ‘show off’ your spending money.



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