14 Day Adventure to Thailand, Singapore, and Indonesia

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Want to recreate our 14 day adventure to Thailand, Singapore, and Indonesia? Our itinerary is below:

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Researching several flight combinations, it was significantly cheaper for us to travel from the United States to Bangkok to Chiang Mai to Phuket. 

Day 1: Arrive in Bangkok, Thailand

  • We flew out of Pittsburgh, PA Friday morning. With about 23 hours of travel and a significant time zone change, we didn’t land in Bangkok until 11:00pm Saturday evening.  
  • Hotel: Khaosan Palace

Day 2: Bangkok, Thailand

Day 3: Bangkok, Thailand

Day 4: Bangkok, Thailand –> Chiang Mai, Thailand

Day 5: Chiang Rai, Thailand

Day 6: Chiang Mai, Thailand –> Phuket, Thailand

  • Morning/Afternoon: Flight to Phuket, Thailand (It took about an hour to reach Karon Beach from the Phuket International Airport.)
  • Evening: Explore Pudong Beach
  • Hotel: Karon Sea Sands Resort and Spa

Day 7: Phuket, Thailand

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Day 8: Phuket, Thailand –> Singapore, Singapore

Day 9: Singapore, Singapore

Day 10: Singapore, Singapore

  • Morning: Explore Kampong Glam, Little India, and Orchard Road
  • Afternoon: Visit Raffles Hotel, Merlion Park
  • Evening: Explore Clarke Quay and Boat Quay


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Day 11: Singapore, Singapore –> Bali, Indonesia

Day 12: Ubud, Bali, Indonesia

Day 13: Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia

Day 14: Karma Beach, Bali, Indonesia

September 2018

Author: The Traveling Gingerbread

The Traveling Gingerbread is a place for us to share budget travel tips for people with full time jobs, fun facts, itineraries, and where to find the best craft beer. We have been traveling together since 2013. Living and working full-time in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, we travel as much as our vacation days and finances allow. We cram each adventure with activities, tours, experiences, and local breweries. We can't walk by an Irish pub without stopping in for a pint of Guinness. In 2019, we brewed our first beer and were hooked, although, we have no intentions of brewing more than small batches. We'll continue our self appointed roles of professional testers and creating craft beer trails.

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