Day 1: Arrival in Bangkok
After a flight of around eleven hours, you will land at Suvarnabhumi International Airport in the Thai capital Bangkok and look forward to your first impressions of the kingdom. You stay overnight in the Astera Sathorn Hotel, superior room.
Day 2: Bangkok – Ayuttaya - Jaifa Football Camp (B/L/D)
After breakfast we will drive to Ayutthaya, the former capital of the Kingdom of Siam, which was destroyed by the Burmese in 1767. All across the Historical Park are scattered numerous ruins of temples and palaces, each exuding its own mysterious charm. Among the monuments you will visit are Wat Mahathat Ayutthaya, a famous temple in the Khmer style, Wat Si Sanpeth with its three picturesque white stupas and Wat Yai Chai Mongkol with its 80 metre-high chedi. Have lunch at a local restaurant in Ayutthaya before continuing for about an hour to Lopburi. This is one of the oldest cities in Thailand and is famous for its monkey shrine, where hundreds of monkeys are still found capering around today. After a short stop here you will then continue to Jaifa Farm for dinner and then overnight in a lakeview bungalow.
Day 3 - Day 10 : Football Camp at Jaifa Academy ( B,L,D)
Its time to train in Paradise. You will have 8 fifa standard soccer fileds available and a world class Team.
You will stay inm your own moder dorm with a Pool and fullboard meals. Jaifah offers a restauran, coffee shop, a park and lake to relax.
At the end of the course there will be an exebition match in our stadion against some local team. Kick and Travel - the fun never stops.
Day 10: Lopburi – Kanchanaburi ( B,)
After breakfast pick up from Jaifah Academy and drive to the floating market at Damnoen Saduak. Floating markets have long been a tradition in Thailand but are fast disappearing. Take a small sampan and weave your way through the bustle of the market, picking up a few snacks as you go. Afterwards the journey continues to Kanchanaburi Town. Forty kilometers beyond the city is Tham Krasae station, and here you will board the so-called "Death Railway" for a short train journey over spectacular wooden viaduct and then across the famous Bridge Over the River Kwai. In the late afternoon check in to you to your accommodation at the nearby Good Times Resort.
Day 11: Kanchanaburi - Hua Hin (B)
After breakfast set off for Phetchaburi province. Visit the Phra Nakhon Khiri Historical Park, the former royal palace built by King Rama IV which offers panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. You can also visit the nearby Khao Luang cave, which is home to numerous monkeys. Keep an eye on your wallet as these monkeys will steal anything. Then it will be time to head to the coast and check in to your accommodation at Chomview Hotel.
Day 11 - 16: Enyoy the bach at Hua Hin (B)
Look forward to a pleasant atmosphere with air-conditioned rooms and an outdoor pool during a beach holiday with tropical esprit. Seven nights including breakfast. The former fishing village of Hua Hin is located on the Gulf of Siam and is now a renowned seaside resort for Thai high society. It's not just the miles of dream beaches that are fascinating. Look forward to the charm of the small town with its quiet streets, colorful markets and a fine nightlife. Here the Asian exotic seems to meet a pinch of the Côte d'Azur.
Day 16: Return to Hua Hin - Bangkok
Afterseven nights with breakfast, relaxing days on the beach in the shade of the palm trees and other holiday experiences, the journey ends with an air-conditioned transfer to Bangkok airport.
• Private air-conditioned transport and transfers
• Hotels as mentioned in the programme with Breakfast
• Local English-speaking guide
• Meals as mentioned in the programme
• Local community and cultural activities, cave tours and more
• All entrance fees for visits mentioned in the programme
Services not included:
• Additional soft drinks/alcohol
• Personal expenses
• Tips for guide and driver
• Domestic and international flights
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