Imagine jumping into a waterfall, scuba diving in pristine waters, admiring ancient temples and biting into mouthwatering street food. Then consider this; you can do all of these things in just two weeks in Southeast Asia. If you don’t mind not spending too much time in any one spot, you can visit 15 truly diverse destinations and get a real taste of the region. Here’s how.
Bangkok and Ayutthaya
Start your fortnight off in Bangkok, booking your flight to land as early in the morning as possible. Drop your bags at your accommodation and head straight out to the see Thailand’s capital city, beginning with a visit to the country’s most sacred landmark, the Grand Palace. From there, head to the street food market at Tha Chang Pier for brunch before taking a Khlong riverboat tour to take in the city from the water. Then, depending on how much energy you have left, check out Wat Arun (also known as The Temple of Dawn) or Chinatown.
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