I’m happy now . My itinerary is set.
Itinerary for 2017 Singapore and Thailand
Day 1-5 Singapore
Night safari Zoo
Sentosa cable car
Marina sky park and pool tour
Garden by the bay (afternoon)
Clarke Quay (night life)
Choo Chiat St /Katong (Peranakans)
Bras Basah Bugis Precinct (arts enclave) (museums)
Loewen Dempsey Hill (pottery classes)
Impressions art studio (weekend)
Dempsey hill/Holland village night life
Shopping-Orchard Rd TANGS (home- grown designers (Aijek, Naiise,K+)
National design centre (Kapok, Keepers)
National museum, Peranakan museum, Arts house
Tiong Bahru market
Marine Life Park
Afternoon tea Raffles Hotel 330pm
Art spaces: Gillman Barracks
STPI Workshop and gallery
Tanjong Pagar Distripark
Art Outreach –Art in Transit (public art MRT stations etc) NEL/CCLTour email@example.com
Day 6-8 Khaolak
1/ Similan (snorkeling)
2/ Tsunami police boat, Tsunami memorial park and fisherman village
3/ Bangniang afternoon market
5/ Khaosok National Park
6/ Sea Turtle Conservation Centre
7/ Takua Pa old town
John Gray Hong By Starlight Tour (all day)
Phuket Old Town and seafood floating restaurant
Bangkok to store luggage at hotel hand luggage for Sukhothai only.
My Way Sukhothai Tour
Siri 1000 baht each
Organic Agriculture Project 8am-5pm (Thursday-Tuesday)
Day 17-Day 20
Bangkok Day 1
Grand Palace, Wat Pho and Wat Arun
Tour of the Chao Phraya river-Water Taxi 20baht. Start at Central Pier go down end and back.
Visit other temples
Khao San Rd-back packers bars, street food etc
Muay Thai fight Rajadamnern Stadium (don’t think so)
Food Tour: Not on Monday !!!
Food to try 😂
Tom yum goong (ต้มยําากุ้ง) – Tom yum goong, Thai shrimp soup, is one of the most essential dishes in Thai cuisine. I love it so much, I dedicated a t-shirt to it! The soup has countless varieties, but lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, galangal, chilies, and in this case shrimp, are mandatory.
Pla pao (ปลาเผา) – A whole fish is stuffed with lemongrass and kaffir lime leaves, rolled in a salt crust, grilled over charcoal, and served with chili garlic sauce.
Som tam (ส้มตําา) – Som tam refers to any variety of different green papaya salad that’s an essential dish in Isaan (northeastern Thai and Laos) cuisine.
Pad ka prao (ผัดกะเพรา) – One of the most popular and widely available Thai street food dishes is pad ka prao, a choice of meat stir fried with lots of garlic, chilies, and the all important holy basil.
Kuay teow reua (ก๋วยเตี๋ยวเรือ) – Boat noodles as they are commonly known, are a pork based Thai soup noodle, and a favorite in Bangkok.
Kuay teow neau (ก๋วยเตี๋ยวเนื้อ) – Another noodle Thai noodle soup dish I enjoy is beef noodles, usually served with fall apart tender braised beef and rice noodles.
Boo pad pongari (ปูผัดผงกะหรี่) – Pongari is a type of Thai yellow curry thickened with eggs. It’s often made with crab, but you can also order it with squid or even chicken.
Goong pad sataw (กุ้งผัดสะตอ) – Stir fried stink beans with shrimp, or with another protein, and chili paste, is easily one of my favorite dishes in Thailand. You’ll find it at many rice and curry stalls.
Hor mok (ห่อหมก) – If made correctly, hor mok, a type of fish curry custard, can be extremely good. Pieces of fish are mixed with curry sauce and herbs, and steamed. Hor mok is available and rice at curry restaurants.
Nam prik kapi (น้ําาพริกกะปิ) – Nam prik refers to any type of Thai chili dipping sauce, and this version is mainly flavored with shrimp paste. It’s typically eaten with vegetables and rice, and you’ll find it at markets throughout Bangkok.
Bangkok day 2
Floating markets Khlong Lat Mayom and Thaling Chan are the two most popular.
Or markets tour (train market)
Malls-Terminal 21 for food
Siam Rush Hour BTS at 6pm
Playhouse Cabaret Show 8pm start (hotel2bangkok)
Bangkok day 3
Shop and eat at the Chatuchak Weekend Market
Jim Thompson House
Bangkok day 4
Bangkok Art and Cultural Centre
Bangkok Corrections museum
Day 21 Fly home