7 Sample BANGKOK ITINERARIES: 1-7 Days

Thailand is the most visited country in the Southeast Asian region, welcoming more than 30 million tourists a year. The biggest chunk of visitors enter the country through Bangkok, its bustling capital, which still carries an ‘exotic’ charm that attracts people from different parts of the world.

The city is also part of the banana pancake trail of young backpackers exploring the region. Don’t be surprised if you hear several languages spoken (not just Thai) in popular areas such as Khao San Road. Bangkok is also a popular stopover for forward destinations in the south and north of the country. The trains and buses that go to either end or cross the border often make the capital their base.

If you’re in Bangkok, don’t forget to visit the famous temples of Wat Arun, Wat Pho, and Wat Phra Kaew, just to name a few. Another noteworthy destination in the city is the Grand Palace, which is a huge complex that used to be the residence of the Thai Kings.

If you like ruins and history, a day trip to Ayutthaya is a must add to your itinerary. The old statues and temples will take you back in time. There are also many floating markets where you can shop and try local food. As a vibrant and international city, you’ll see many restaurants that offer food from around the world, huge malls with the latest brands, small local shops that showcase the talent of the Thais, and quaint cafes.


Tip: For hassle-free trip, rent a pocket wi-fi!

You’ll find many pocket wifi rental booths around Bangkok, but if you want to stay connected from the get-go, you can reserve one in advance via Klook and just pick it up at the airport. Klook’s 4G Pocket Wifi provides hi-speed internet provided by AIS that can be used anywhere in Thailand.

  • Connect up to 10 devices at once, which is great if you’re traveling with a group because you could just split the cost.
  • Pick up and drop off at a 24-hour booth at Suvarnabhumi Airport or Don Muang Airport, so make sure you get it upon arrival.
  • Inclusive of a power bank that can last 6-8 hours on top of the 8-10 hour battery life of the WiFi device.

RESERVE A POCKET WIFI HERE


Here are sample itineraries that TPT co-founder Yoshke created to help you with planning your trip! All these itineraries assume you’re coming from Suvarnabhumi Airport.

As always, feel free to tweak these to match your flight schedules and other preferences.

Bangkok Layover Itinerary: 1 Day

One day is terribly insufficient to see much of what Bangkok has to offer. But if this is all the time you have, we suggest that you see Bangkok’s famous temples and shrines along Chao Phraya River. We also included a stop to the creepy Siriraj Forensic Museum, which also easily accessible from the river.

Day 1: BANGKOK TEMPLES
06:00am – Arrival in Bangkok
07:00am – Airport Rail link to Phaya Thai Station, ฿45
07:30am – Switch to BTS to Saphan Taksin, ฿35
08:15am – Walk to Sathorn Pier
08:30am – Board Chao Phraya Express Boat, ฿15
09:00am – Get off at N8 Tha Thien Pier
09:10am – Take the boat to the other side of the river, ฿3
09:20am – Explore Wat Arun, ฿50
10:20am – Take the boat to the other side, ฿3
10:30am – Walk to Wat Pho
10:40am – Wat Pho, ฿100
11:40am – Lunch, ฿100
12:40pm – Walk to Grand Palace
01:00pm – Grand Palace, ฿500
03:00pm – Walk to N9 Tha Chang Pier
03:10pm – Ferry to N10 Siriraj Pier, ฿15
03:30pm – Walk to Sirijaj Museum
04:00pm – Siriraj Museum, ฿200
05:00pm – Walk to N10 Siriraj Pier
05:20pm – Boat to Saphan Taksin, ฿15
05:50pm – BTS to Phaya Thai, ฿35
06:30pm – Airport Rail Link to Airport, ฿45
07:00pm – Flight check in

Cost estimate: THB 1300 (USD40, EUR34, SGD55, PHP2130), excluding airfare.


Bangkok Itinerary: 2 Days

If you only have two days in Bangkok, this itinerary will let you experience two things that Bangkok is well known for: historic temples and vibrant markets. On your first day, you’ll be going to the Ratchada Train Market. On your second day, you’ll do the usual temple run.

Day 1: RATCHADA NIGHT MARKET
12:10pm – Arrival in Bangkok
01:10pm – Airport Rail link to Makkasan Station, ฿35
01:30pm – Switch to MRT to Silom Station, ฿24
02:15pm – Walk to your hotel, check in, rest
04:40pm – MRT to Thaland Cultural Center, ฿29
05:00pm – Ratchada Train Market, Budget: ฿200
07:00pm – Dinner, ฿100
08:00pm – MRT to Silom, ฿29
09:00pm – Lights out

Day 2: BANGKOK TEMPLES
06:00am – Wake up call, early check out
07:30am – Walk to S2 Sala Daeng BTS Station
07:45am – Take BTS to S6 Saphan Taksin Station, ฿25
08:15am – Walk to Sathorn Pier
08:30am – Board Chao Phraya Express Boat, ฿15
09:00am – Get off at N8 Tha Thien Pier
09:10am – Take the boat to the other side of the river, ฿3
09:20am – Explore Wat Arun, ฿50
10:20am – Take the boat to the other side, ฿3
10:30am – Walk to Wat Pho
10:40am – Wat Pho, ฿100
11:40am – Lunch, ฿100
12:40pm – Walk to Grand Palace
01:00pm – Grand Palace, ฿500
03:00pm – Walk to N9 Tha Chang Pier
03:10pm – Ferry to N10 Siriraj Pier, ฿15
03:30pm – Walk to Sirijaj Museum
04:00pm – Siriraj Museum, ฿200
05:00pm – Walk to N10 Siriraj Pier
05:20pm – Boat to Saphan Taksin, ฿15
05:50pm – BTS to Phaya Thai, ฿35
06:30pm – Airport Rail Link to Airport, ฿45
07:00pm – Flight check in

Cost estimate: THB 1700 (USD52, EUR45, SGD71, PHP2780), excluding hotel and airfare.


Bangkok Itinerary: 3 Days

In this itinerary, you’ll be able to see the shrines and temples along Chao Phraya River, have a food trip at Ratchada Train Market, and go on a half-day tour around the floating markets.

Day 1: RATCHADA NIGHT MARKET
12:10pm – Arrival in Bangkok
01:10pm – Airport Rail link to Makkasan Station, ฿35
01:30pm – Switch to MRT to Silom Station, ฿24
02:15pm – Walk to your hotel, check in, rest
04:40pm – MRT to Thaland Cultural Center, ฿29
05:00pm – Ratchada Train Market, Budget: ฿200
07:00pm – Dinner, ฿100
08:00pm – MRT to Silom, ฿29
09:00pm – Lights out

Day 2: BANGKOK TEMPLES
06:00am – Wake up call
07:00am – Walk to S2 Sala Daeng BTS Station
07:15am – Take BTS to S6 Saphan Taksin Station, ฿25
07:30am – Walk to Sathorn Pier
07:40am – Board Chao Phraya Express Boat, ฿15
08:00am – Get off at N8 Tha Thien Pier
08:10am – Take the boat to the other side of the river, ฿3
08:20am – Explore Wat Arun, ฿50
09:20am – Take the boat to the other side, ฿3
09:30am – Walk to Wat Pho
09:40am – Wat Pho, ฿100
11:00am – Lunch, ฿100
12:00pm – Walk to Grand Palace
12:30pm – Grand Palace, ฿500
02:30pm – Walk to N9 Tha Chang Pier
02:40pm – Ferry to N10 Siriraj Pier, ฿15
02:50pm – Walk to Sirijaj Museum
03:10pm – Siriraj Museum, ฿200
05:00pm – Walk to N10 Siriraj Pier
05:20pm – Boat to N13 Phra Arthit, ฿15
05:40pm – Walk to Khao San Road
06:00pm – Dinner at Khao San, ฿200
07:00pm – Explore Khao San Road
09:00pm – Taxi to Silom, ฿120

Day 3: FLOATING MARKET, SHOPPING
06:00am – Wake up call, check out, leave bags
07:00am – Walk to S2 Sala Daeng BTS Station
07:15am – Take BTS to N3 Victory Monument Station, ฿25
08:00am – Start Floating Market Tour, ฿700 + ฿300 meal budget, Book here
02:00pm – King Power shopping
04:00pm – Back at Victory Monument
04:20pm – BTS to Sala Daeng Station, ฿25
04:40pm – Back to hotel, pick up bags
05:00pm – Walk to MRT Silom Station
05:20pm – MRT to Petchaburi Station, ฿25
06:20pm – Airport Rail Link from Makkasan Station, ฿35
07:00pm – Flight check in
08:00pm – Dinner, ฿150
09:30pm – Flight out

Cost estimate: THB 3200 (USD98, EUR84, SGD134, PHP5225), excluding hotel, airfare, and tips.


Bangkok Itinerary: 4 Days

Following this itinerary will let you see not just the key attractions in Bangkok but also Ayutthaya, Thailand’s ancient capital not too far away. You can hop from one majestic temple to another for the entire day. Of course, the usual Bangkok temple and market visits are also covered by this itinerary.

Day 1: RATCHADA NIGHT MARKET
12:10pm – Arrival in Bangkok
01:10pm – Airport Rail link to Makkasan Station, ฿35
01:30pm – Switch to MRT to Silom Station, ฿24
02:15pm – Walk to your hotel, check in, rest
04:40pm – MRT to Thaland Cultural Center, ฿29
05:00pm – Ratchada Train Market, Budget: ฿200
07:00pm – Dinner, ฿100
08:00pm – MRT to Silom, ฿29
09:00pm – Lights out

Day 2: BANGKOK TEMPLES
06:00am – Wake up call
07:00am – Walk to S2 Sala Daeng BTS Station
07:15am – Take BTS to S6 Saphan Taksin Station, ฿25
07:30am – Walk to Sathorn Pier
07:40am – Board Chao Phraya Express Boat, ฿15
08:00am – Get off at N8 Tha Thien Pier
08:10am – Take the boat to the other side of the river, ฿3
08:20am – Explore Wat Arun, ฿50
09:20am – Take the boat to the other side, ฿3
09:30am – Walk to Wat Pho
09:40am – Wat Pho, ฿100
11:00am – Lunch, ฿100
12:00pm – Walk to Grand Palace
12:30pm – Grand Palace, ฿500
02:30pm – Walk to N9 Tha Chang Pier
02:40pm – Ferry to N10 Siriraj Pier, ฿15
02:50pm – Walk to Sirijaj Museum
03:10pm – Siriraj Museum, ฿200
05:00pm – Walk to N10 Siriraj Pier
05:20pm – Boat to N13 Phra Arthit, ฿15
05:40pm – Walk to Khao San Road
06:00pm – Dinner at Khao San, ฿200
07:00pm – Explore Khao San Road
09:00pm – Taxi to Silom, ฿120

Day 3: AYUTTHAYA DAY TOUR
06:00am – Wake up call
07:00am – Walk to S2 Sala Daeng BTS Station
07:15am – Take BTS to N3 Victory Monument Station, ฿25
08:00am – Start Ayutthaya Tour, ฿1300, Book here
06:00pm – Night Market, Food budget for lunch and dinner: ฿250
08:00pm – Back at Victory Monument
08:30pm – BTS to Sala Daeng Station, ฿25
09:30pm – Back to hotel, lights out

Day 4: FLOATING MARKET, SHOPPING
06:00am – Wake up call, check out, leave bags
07:00am – Walk to S2 Sala Daeng BTS Station
07:15am – Take BTS to N3 Victory Monument Station, ฿25
08:00am – Start Floating Market Tour, ฿700 + ฿300 meal budget, Book here
02:00pm – King Power shopping
04:00pm – Back at Victory Monument
04:20pm – BTS to Sala Daeng Station, ฿25
04:40pm – Back to hotel, pick up bags
05:00pm – Walk to MRT Silom Station
05:20pm – MRT to Petchaburi Station, ฿25
06:20pm – Airport Rail Link from Makkasan Station, ฿35
07:00pm – Flight check in
08:00pm – Dinner, ฿150
09:30pm – Flight out

Cost estimate: THB 4900 (USD150, EUR129, SGD205, PHP7990), excluding hotel, airfare, and tips.


Bangkok Itinerary: 5 Days

How would you like to learn more about Thai food? Thailand has arguably the most globally celebrated food in Southeast Asia. This itinerary will let you learn to cook Thai classic dishes! You’ll also get to see a live Muay Thai show, on top of the popular temple and market runs.

Day 1: RATCHADA NIGHT MARKET
12:10pm – Arrival in Bangkok
01:10pm – Airport Rail link to Makkasan Station, ฿35
01:30pm – Switch to MRT to Silom Station, ฿24
02:15pm – Walk to your hotel, check in, rest
05:30pm – Take BTS to S6 Saphan Taksin Station, ฿25
06:00pm – Take free shuttle to Asiatique, FREE
07:30pm – Muay Thai Show, ฿750, Book here
10:00pm – Taxi to Silom, ฿80
09:00pm – Lights out

Day 2: BANGKOK TEMPLES
06:00am – Wake up call
07:00am – Walk to S2 Sala Daeng BTS Station
07:15am – Take BTS to S6 Saphan Taksin Station, ฿25
07:30am – Walk to Sathorn Pier
07:40am – Board Chao Phraya Express Boat, ฿15
08:00am – Get off at N8 Tha Thien Pier
08:10am – Take the boat to the other side of the river, ฿3
08:20am – Explore Wat Arun, ฿50
09:20am – Take the boat to the other side, ฿3
09:30am – Walk to Wat Pho
09:40am – Wat Pho, ฿100
11:00am – Lunch, ฿100
12:00pm – Walk to Grand Palace
12:30pm – Grand Palace, ฿500
02:30pm – Walk to N9 Tha Chang Pier
02:40pm – Ferry to N10 Siriraj Pier, ฿15
02:50pm – Walk to Sirijaj Museum
03:10pm – Siriraj Museum, ฿200
05:00pm – Walk to N10 Siriraj Pier
05:20pm – Boat to N13 Phra Arthit, ฿15
05:40pm – Walk to Khao San Road
06:00pm – Dinner at Khao San, ฿200
07:00pm – Explore Khao San Road
09:00pm – Taxi to Silom, ฿120

Day 3: AYUTTHAYA DAY TOUR
06:00am – Wake up call
07:00am – Walk to S2 Sala Daeng BTS Station
07:15am – Take BTS to N3 Victory Monument Station, ฿25
08:00am – Start Ayutthaya Tour, ฿1300, Book here
06:00pm – Night Market, Food budget for lunch and dinner: ฿250
08:00pm – Back at Victory Monument
08:30pm – BTS to Sala Daeng Station, ฿25
09:30pm – Back to hotel, lights out

Day 4: THAI FOOD
07:00am – Wake up call
08:30am – Walk to S2 Sala Daeng BTS Station
08:50am – BTS to S3 Chong Nonsi Station, ฿15
09:15am – Pickup to Cooking Location, FREE
09:50am – Start Cooking Class, ฿920, Book here
02:30pm – BTS to Sala Daeng Station, ฿15
03:00pm – Back to hotel, freshen up, shower
04:40pm – MRT to Thailand Cultural Center, ฿29
05:00pm – Art in Paradise, ฿300, GET DISCOUNTED TICKETS HERE
07:00pm – Ratchada Train Market, Budget: ฿200
09:00pm – MRT to Silom, ฿29
10:00pm – Lights out

Day 5: FLOATING MARKET, SHOPPING
06:00am – Wake up call, check out, leave bags
07:00am – Walk to S2 Sala Daeng BTS Station
07:15am – Take BTS to N3 Victory Monument Station, ฿25
08:00am – Start Floating Market Tour, ฿700 + ฿300 meal budget, Book here
02:00pm – King Power shopping
04:00pm – Back at Victory Monument
04:20pm – BTS to Sala Daeng Station, ฿25
04:40pm – Back to hotel, pick up bags
05:00pm – Walk to MRT Silom Station
05:20pm – MRT to Petchaburi Station, ฿25
06:20pm – Airport Rail Link from Makkasan Station, ฿35
07:00pm – Flight check in
08:00pm – Dinner, ฿150
09:30pm – Flight out

Cost estimate: THB 6900 (USD210, EUR182, SGD289, PHP11250), excluding hotel, airfare, and tips.


Bangkok Itinerary: 6 Days

Day 1: RATCHADA NIGHT MARKET
12:10pm – Arrival in Bangkok
01:10pm – Airport Rail link to Makkasan Station, ฿35
01:30pm – Switch to MRT to Silom Station, ฿24
02:15pm – Walk to your hotel, check in, rest
05:30pm – Take BTS to S6 Saphan Taksin Station, ฿25
06:00pm – Take free shuttle to Asiatique, FREE
07:30pm – Muay Thai Show, ฿750, Book here
10:00pm – Taxi to Silom, ฿80
09:00pm – Lights out

Day 2: BANGKOK TEMPLES
06:00am – Wake up call
07:00am – Walk to S2 Sala Daeng BTS Station
07:15am – Take BTS to S6 Saphan Taksin Station, ฿25
07:30am – Walk to Sathorn Pier
07:40am – Board Chao Phraya Express Boat, ฿15
08:00am – Get off at N8 Tha Thien Pier
08:10am – Take the boat to the other side of the river, ฿3
08:20am – Explore Wat Arun, ฿50
09:20am – Take the boat to the other side, ฿3
09:30am – Walk to Wat Pho
09:40am – Wat Pho, ฿100
11:00am – Lunch, ฿100
12:00pm – Walk to Grand Palace
12:30pm – Grand Palace, ฿500
02:30pm – Walk to N9 Tha Chang Pier
02:40pm – Ferry to N10 Siriraj Pier, ฿15
02:50pm – Walk to Sirijaj Museum
03:10pm – Siriraj Museum, ฿200
05:00pm – Walk to N10 Siriraj Pier
05:20pm – Boat to N13 Phra Arthit, ฿15
05:40pm – Walk to Khao San Road
06:00pm – Dinner at Khao San, ฿200
07:00pm – Explore Khao San Road
09:00pm – Taxi to Silom, ฿120

Day 3: AYUTTHAYA DAY TOUR
06:00am – Wake up call
07:00am – Walk to S2 Sala Daeng BTS Station
07:15am – Take BTS to N3 Victory Monument Station, ฿25
08:00am – Start Ayutthaya Tour, ฿1300, Book here
06:00pm – Night Market, Food budget for lunch and dinner: ฿250
08:00pm – Back at Victory Monument
08:30pm – BTS to Sala Daeng Station, ฿25
09:30pm – Back to hotel, lights out

Day 4: THAI FOOD
07:00am – Wake up call
08:30am – Walk to S2 Sala Daeng BTS Station
08:50am – BTS to S3 Chong Nonsi Station, ฿15
09:15am – Pickup to Cooking Location, FREE
09:50am – Start Cooking Class, ฿920, Book here
02:30pm – BTS to Sala Daeng Station, ฿15
03:00pm – Back to hotel, freshen up, shower
04:40pm – MRT to Thailand Cultural Center, ฿29
05:00pm – Art in Paradise, ฿300, GET DISCOUNTED TICKETS HERE
07:00pm – Ratchada Train Market, Budget: ฿200
09:00pm – MRT to Silom, ฿29
10:00pm – Lights out

Day 5: FLOATING MARKET, SHOPPING
06:00am – Wake up call
07:00am – Walk to S2 Sala Daeng BTS Station
07:15am – Take BTS to N3 Victory Monument Station, ฿25
08:00am – Start Floating Market Tour, ฿700 + ฿300 meal budget, Book here
02:00pm – King Power shopping
04:00pm – Back at Victory Monument
04:20pm – BTS to Sala Daeng Station, ฿25
04:40pm – Back to hotel
05:00pm – Freshen up
07:00pm – Dinner, ฿100
08:00pm – Patpong Markets
09:30pm – Lights out

Day 6: DEPARTURE
07:00am – Wake up call
10:00am – Check out, leave bags
11:00am – Lunch, ฿100
01:00pm – Walk to MRT Silom Station
01:20pm – MRT to Petchaburi Station, ฿25
02:20pm – Airport Rail Link from Makkasan Station, ฿35
03:00pm – Flight check in
06:00pm – Flight out

Cost estimate: THB 7000 (USD213, EUR184, SGD293, PHP11450), excluding hotel, airfare, and tips.

Bangkok Itinerary: 7 Days

The Chatuchak Market is open only in the weekend, so staying in Bangkok for 7 days gives you an opportunity to check it out. Prepare to be bombarded by every product you can think of! As always, you will also get to see the temples and shrines along Chao Phraya River, Siriraj Forensic Museum, Ratchada Train Market, floating markets, and Ayutthaya temples.

Day 1: RATCHADA NIGHT MARKET
12:10pm – Arrival in Bangkok
01:10pm – Airport Rail link to Makkasan Station, ฿35
01:30pm – Switch to MRT to Silom Station, ฿24
02:15pm – Walk to your hotel, check in, rest
05:30pm – Take BTS to S6 Saphan Taksin Station, ฿25
06:00pm – Take free shuttle to Asiatique, FREE
07:30pm – Muay Thai Show, ฿750, Book here
10:00pm – Taxi to Silom, ฿80
09:00pm – Lights out

Day 2: BANGKOK TEMPLES
06:00am – Wake up call
07:00am – Walk to S2 Sala Daeng BTS Station
07:15am – Take BTS to S6 Saphan Taksin Station, ฿25
07:30am – Walk to Sathorn Pier
07:40am – Board Chao Phraya Express Boat, ฿15
08:00am – Get off at N8 Tha Thien Pier
08:10am – Take the boat to the other side of the river, ฿3
08:20am – Explore Wat Arun, ฿50
09:20am – Take the boat to the other side, ฿3
09:30am – Walk to Wat Pho
09:40am – Wat Pho, ฿100
11:00am – Lunch, ฿100
12:00pm – Walk to Grand Palace
12:30pm – Grand Palace, ฿500
02:30pm – Walk to N9 Tha Chang Pier
02:40pm – Ferry to N10 Siriraj Pier, ฿15
02:50pm – Walk to Sirijaj Museum
03:10pm – Siriraj Museum, ฿200
05:00pm – Walk to N10 Siriraj Pier
05:20pm – Boat to N13 Phra Arthit, ฿15
05:40pm – Walk to Khao San Road
06:00pm – Dinner at Khao San, ฿200
07:00pm – Explore Khao San Road
09:00pm – Taxi to Silom, ฿120

Day 3: AYUTTHAYA DAY TOUR
06:00am – Wake up call
07:00am – Walk to S2 Sala Daeng BTS Station
07:15am – Take BTS to N3 Victory Monument Station, ฿25
08:00am – Start Ayutthaya Tour, ฿1300, Book here
06:00pm – Night Market, Food budget for lunch and dinner: ฿250
08:00pm – Back at Victory Monument
08:30pm – BTS to Sala Daeng Station, ฿25
09:30pm – Back to hotel, lights out

Day 4: THAI FOOD
07:00am – Wake up call
08:30am – Walk to S2 Sala Daeng BTS Station
08:50am – BTS to S3 Chong Nonsi Station, ฿15
09:15am – Pickup to Cooking Location, FREE
09:50am – Start Cooking Class, ฿920, Book here
02:30pm – BTS to Sala Daeng Station, ฿15
03:00pm – Back to hotel, freshen up, shower
04:40pm – MRT to Thailand Cultural Center, ฿29
05:00pm – Art in Paradise, ฿300, GET DISCOUNTED TICKETS HERE
07:00pm – Ratchada Train Market, Budget: ฿200
09:00pm – MRT to Silom, ฿29
10:00pm – Lights out

Day 5: FLOATING MARKET
06:00am – Wake up call
07:00am – Walk to S2 Sala Daeng BTS Station
07:15am – Take BTS to N3 Victory Monument Station, ฿25
08:00am – Start Floating Market Tour, ฿700 + ฿300 meal budget, Book here
02:00pm – King Power shopping
04:00pm – Back at Victory Monument
04:20pm – BTS to Sala Daeng Station, ฿25
04:40pm – Back to hotel
05:00pm – Freshen up
07:00pm – Dinner, ฿100
08:00pm – Patpong Markets
09:30pm – Lights out

Day 6: CHATUCHAK MARKET
10:00am – Wake up
11:00am – Walk to BTS Sala Daeng Station
11:30am – BTS to N8 Mo Chit Station, ฿40
12:20pm – Chatuchak Market, Food Budget: ฿300
04:00pm – BTS to Sala Daeng Station, ฿40
05:00pm – Back to hotel, rest
08:00pm – Dinner, ฿100
09:30pm – Lights out

Day 7: DEPARTURE
07:00am – Wake up call
10:00am – Check out, leave bags
11:00am – Lunch, ฿100
01:00pm – Walk to MRT Silom Station
01:20pm – MRT to Petchaburi Station, ฿25
02:20pm – Airport Rail Link from Makkasan Station, ฿35
03:00pm – Flight check in
06:00pm – Flight out

Cost estimate: THB 7500 (USD229, EUR197, SGD314, PHP12265), excluding hotel, airfare, and tips.



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  1. Sarah Cummings says:

    Perfect! Thank you for the well-detailed itinerary! This is now part of our rundown to visit soon.

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