Looking for 10 days thailand itinerary? You are in the right place. Having solo travelled to Thailand few times and lived in Bangkok as an expat I know the city almost by heart. So, this itinerary comes from my personal experience and what I would recommend to first timers who want to see the most within 10 days in Thailand and are not afraid to pack it all in. However, if you are more of a take it easy type of traveller, feel free to customize the itinerary to what suits you.

Thailand aka LOS (Land of smiles:) because it is one of the most visited countries in South East Asia. Favourite of gap year students, people in their 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s too. Whether you’re a culture vulture, a food fanatic, or a beach babe, I urge you to start your Asian love affair here because there is something for everyone!

From serene mountains in the north to paradise looking beaches in the south of Thailand, colourful Bangkok markets, elephant nature park, full moon party, Thailand island hopping and spiders, leeches for snacks, to delicious Thai food, Khao Sok national park, laughing gas, relaxing Thai massage and everything in between.

Whether it be the first stop on your round the world trip or a holiday escape out of your country. This 10 days Thailand itinerary covers North to South must-see places, best to bookmark it for your reference.

I have added extra travel destinations for your options in case you end up coming back or if you end up extending your stay. Besides that, you will also learn where to book the cheap flights, what is the visa requirements, when is the best time to go, how much it costs, where to stay, what language is spoken, what vaccinations are required, public transportation in Thailand, where to go, most importantly what to do and all the Thailand travel tips.

10 days thailand itinerary

10 days Thailand itinerary
10 Days Thailand Itinerary & Travel Tips

First, here are important things to make your Thailand travel easier and enjoyable.

Where to book a cheap flight to Thailand?

To book a cheap flight to Thailand, consider the following options and consider this smooth transfer from airport to the hotel.

  1. Flight Comparison Websites:
    • Skyscanner: Great for comparing prices across different airlines and travel dates.
    • Kayak: Allows you to search for flights and set price alerts.
    • Google Flights: Offers a flexible date search and price tracking.
  2. Budget Airlines:
    • Check for budget airlines that operate in your region and offer flights to Thailand. Examples include AirAsia and Scoot.
  3. Travel Agencies:
    • Sometimes travel agencies can offer competitive prices or package deals that include flights and accommodation.
  4. Airline Websites:
    • Occasionally, airlines offer exclusive deals on their websites that might not appear on comparison sites.
  5. Flexible Dates:
    • Being flexible with your travel dates can help you find cheaper flights. Mid-week flights are often less expensive than weekend flights.
  6. Incognito Mode:
    • Use incognito mode or clear your cookies when searching for flights to avoid price increases based on your search history.
  7. Frequent Flyer Programs:
    • If you have frequent flyer miles or credit card points, consider using them to reduce the cost of your flight.
  8. Promotional Offers:
    • Keep an eye out for promotional offers, especially during holidays and airline sales events.

These tips should help you find the best deals for your trip to Thailand!

I have detailed travel resources right here. Save money, learn what and how.

What are the visa requirements?

You must hold a passport valid at least six months on entry with two blank visa pages.
Visa is required for longer stays or for travellers intending to work or to travel for purposes other than tourism in Thailand. A multiple-entry tourist visa is valid for 6 months and allows a duration of stay of 60 days per visit.

Australian passport holders may stay in Thailand as a tourist without a visa up to 30 days if entering by aircraft OR 15 days if entering overland (border checkpoint) before having to seek a renewal via the Thai embassy, or travel agent. Aussies get on arrival stamp on the passport, just don’t forget to save the leaving paper!

For other nationalities, please do a quick google search – Does (your nationality) need the visa for Thailand and am positive you will find your answer.

When is the best time to go to Thailand?

I think there is never a bad time to visit Thailand. While it is a dry and hot season between November and April. The shoulder season is April and May which are the hottest with a chance of downpours (a great time if you want fewer crowds), and the months from May to October bring rain – usually lasting just a few hours each afternoon – meaning hotels and hostels lower their rates.

How much food and drink costs?

$1 USD = around 31 Thai Baht (THB).
A better way to work this one out? 100THB is $3

Writing in local cost below so, you can convert it to your currency.

150-185 baht per day per person (this obviously increases with inflation year over year). This included 3 meals per day & 1 litre water + coffee or juice in the morning back in 2015 and since then every time i’m back in Thailand i found the costs to be higher and higher.

That said, the cost mentioned here with food is mostly the street food, noodles or curries or decent grilled meat, sticky rice or normal rice and som tam (papaya salad) with mango sticky rice for dessert. You can also throw in the famous 7/11 ham and cheese toasty with this price. Backpacking Thailand can be cheaper than a comfortable luxury holiday in Thailand. Consider 200+ baht per dish per person if you don’t eat street food and prefer comfortable sit down restaurant meals.

My recommendation: Try authentic Issan food. This cuisine comes from the rural part of Thailand and tastes great especially if you like spicy food. While in the north of Thailand, try the noodles. Locals love to have sugar with their food in the north, so sugar sachets on the table are common in Chiang Mai! Thailand is also famous for its green, red and coconut curries so definitely try them.

I recommend this fun food tour

40 baht per beer from 7/11 and 200 baht and upwards for cocktails at the Full Moon party and nice bars.
Look out for happy hour deals as a lot of places offer a special price for group or buy 2 get 1 free deal.

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Thailand 10 days budget?

For a 10-day budget trip to Thailand, you can aim for an average daily budget of around $50 to $70 per person. This budget would cover accommodation in budget to mid-range hotels or hostels, meals at local eateries and street food stalls, transportation on public buses and trains, and some sightseeing and activities.

Here’s a rough breakdown of how you might allocate your budget:

  1. Accommodation: $10 to $30 per night for budget to mid-range hotels or hostels.
  2. Food: $5 to $15 per day for meals, including street food and local restaurants.
  3. Transportation: $5 to $10 per day for local transportation, such as buses, trains, and tuk-tuks.
  4. Sightseeing and Activities: $10 to $20 per day for entrance fees to attractions and some guided tours or activities.
  5. Miscellaneous: $5 to $10 per day for incidentals, such as water, snacks, and souvenirs.

Keep in mind that prices can vary depending on the region of Thailand you’re visiting and the time of year. It’s also a good idea to budget some extra money for unexpected expenses or emergencies.

What language is spoken in Thailand?

If you are wondering, around 20 million people in Thailand speak Thai, also known as Siamese. Many locals and everyone who works within the tourism industry will know good English. So less of the language barrier as most hotels and tour companies employ staff with good English. But below are some handy Thai words that can come to use in daily lives.

  • Hello = Sawasdee Ka (sounds like: “sah-wah-dee”)
  • Men say hello with: sah wah dee khrap and ladies add Ka at the end instead of Khrap
  • Thank you = Kha puna ka (female) Khrap (male)
  • See you = Jur kan, see you again = jur kan mai
  • See you tomorrow = Prung nee jur kan
  • Capital City = Bangkok
  • Thailand is divided into 6 regional groups of Thai provinces. The regions are- Central Thailand, including the Thai capital of Bangkok, Eastern Thailand, Northern Thailand, Northeast (Isan), Southern Thailand and Western Thailand.

Do I get vaccinations to visit Thailand?

Not many people do this prior to their travel but it just makes things easier if things were to go south.
You’ll need to be protected against Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Cholera, Diptheria and Typhoid. Don’t panic though – these jabs are usually combined into a package, so you can have them all in one go. It’s also a good idea to look at vaccinating yourself against Japanese Encephalitis, a rare virus spread through mosquito bites, tetanus, COVID, and rabies. Consult with your GP or pharmacist further.

What sim card to buy in Thailand?

When visiting Thailand, there are several SIM card options available for tourists. Here are some popular choices & you can even buy it online now

  1. AIS (One-2-Call)
    • Coverage: Good coverage throughout Thailand, including remote areas.
    • Cost: SIM cards cost around 50-100 Baht ($1.50 – $3) and include some initial credit.
    • Data Packages: Various data packages are available, starting from around 100 Baht ($3) for 1 GB.
    • Where to Buy: Available at AIS shops, convenience stores, and airports.
  2. dtac (Happy Tourist SIM)
    • Coverage: Good coverage in urban areas, but may be weaker in more remote locations.
    • Cost: SIM cards cost around 100-150 Baht ($3 – $5) and include some initial credit.
    • Data Packages: Various data packages are available, starting from around 49 Baht ($1.50) for 1 GB.
    • Where to Buy: Available at dtac shops, convenience stores, and airports.
  3. TrueMove H (Tourist SIM)
    • Coverage: Good coverage in urban areas, but may be weaker in rural areas.
    • Cost: SIM cards cost around 49-299 Baht ($1.50 – $9) depending on the package.
    • Data Packages: Various data packages are available, starting from around 49 Baht ($1.50) for 1 GB.
    • Where to Buy: Available at TrueMove H shops, convenience stores, and airports.
  4. Where to Buy: Available at TrueMove H shops, convenience stores, and airports.

When purchasing a SIM card, make sure your phone is unlocked and compatible with the local network. You’ll need to show your passport for registration. Consider your data needs and the areas you’ll be visiting to choose the best SIM card for your trip.

Best way to get around Thailand?

Walking around is the best way to digest any new places but no trip to Thailand would be complete without a spin in a tuk-tuk, and 10km ride through Bangkok in one can cost around 150-180THB. Tuk-tuk ride can be a fun experience, just be careful of scams. Some drivers may stop in front of jewellery shops but don’t feel obligated to buy anything.

A taxi from the airport to your accommodation in central Bangkok will cost you around $350-500THB – always ask for the meter to be switched on to avoid getting ripped off.

Better yet, I recommend installing a mobile phone app called “Grab”. It works like Uber in Asia and slightly cheaper than metered taxis as the price is already set on the app and you can either pay cash or through the app with your credit card. Just don’t forget to set it all before leaving home.

Busses and boats

When you are travelling in and out of Bangkok, besides the plane, overnight coaches and longer bus journeys in Thailand are comfortable. A 12-hour journey – for example from Bangkok to Phuket – will set you back around $30 – the same as a night’s hotel accommodation!

Thailand 10 days itinerary

Most likely you will fly into Bangkok, one of the International Airport in Thailand. Spend a couple of days in Bangkok and head north to Chiang Mai, Pai and Chiang Rai then to one of the islands. Yes, you can fit all in 10 days if you want, sure it will be a rush but as three days is enough time for must-see attractions in Bangkok, 4 days for the North and 3 days for one of the islands. More below. 

Where to stay in Bangkok, Thailand?

For accommodation, I recommend using booking.com and sorting with price, then consider the ones with highest reviews plus within 1km of center/old town. Below I have researched and linked the best ones with this filter (at the time of writing)
For tours, I recommend using get your guide and walking tours available in most places

Hostels beds in Southeast Asia are infamously cheap. You can wake up surrounded by fellow travellers in a dorm either in Bangkok or on the beach for under 200 baht. You can book low-cost backpacking hostels from 100 baht per night too but also keep in mind you get what you pay for.

Then the decent mid-tier hostel/ hotel starts at 290+ baht per night and the high-end hotels at $500 + baht per night.

Cost also varies based on the location, inclusive breakfast or not and extra facilities like swimming pool, sauna etc. The secret to saving is a walk-in whenever possible but it comes with the risk of full booked hostel/ hotel. So, a better idea is to book it in advance. Normally they almost always have English speaking staff so it’s easy to organise your trips, excursions and onward transport.

Thailand offers a wide range of accommodation options to suit different preferences and budgets. Here are some popular places to stay in Bangkok.

  1. Luxury:
    • Mandarin Oriental: Renowned for its historic charm and riverside location.
    • The Siam Hotel: Offers a unique blend of art deco and Thai aesthetics.
  2. Mid-Range:
    • Chatrium Hotel Riverside: Great views of the Chao Phraya River.
    • Eastin Grand Hotel Sathorn: Convenient location with a sky bridge to the BTS Skytrain.
  3. Budget:
    • Khao San Road: Numerous budget hotels and hostels in this backpacker hub.
    • Lub d Bangkok Silom: A well-reviewed budget hostel with a social atmosphere.

3 days in Bangkok itinerary

Day 1: Arrival and Exploring Bangkok


  • Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha): Begin your day with a visit to Wat Phra Kaew, the most sacred Buddhist temple in Thailand. Located within the grounds of the Grand Palace, this temple houses the Emerald Buddha, a highly revered statue carved from a single block of jade. Ensure you dress modestly, covering your shoulders and knees, as a sign of respect.
  • The Grand Palace: After exploring Wat Phra Kaew, take a tour of the Grand Palace. This historic site, with its intricate architecture and detailed murals, was the official residence of the Kings of Siam since 1782. Allocate a few hours to fully appreciate the beauty and history of this landmark.
  • Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha): Start your day at Wat Pho, home to the impressive 46-meter-long reclining Buddha covered in gold leaf. This temple complex also houses the largest collection of Buddha images in Thailand and is a renowned center for traditional Thai massage.
  • Massage at Wat Pho: Treat yourself to a traditional Thai massage at the Wat Pho massage school. It’s a great way to relax and rejuvenate.

Recommend booking the tours from trusted get your guide below.

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  • Lunch at a Riverside Restaurant: Enjoy a leisurely lunch at a riverside restaurant, soaking in the views of the Chao Phraya River. Try local dishes like Pad Thai, Som Tum (papaya salad), or Tom Yum Goong (spicy shrimp soup).
  • Alternate option is to go for afternoon high tea at the house of Sathorn. The menu offers two options. Heritage afternoon tea set (1350 THB) and Hotel Royal afternoon tea set (4000 THB) comes with a bottle of Louis Roederer Champagne also (375 ml). I recommend visiting with plus 1 as the food is more than enough for two people. Both sets start with the refreshing sorbet ( I am not a fan of sorbet but this one changed me!) and two bellinis. You can choose the type of tea you fancy and rest is taken care of. Shortly after comes the good-looking platters that will lift your mood and fill your belly. The traditional cones, Scottish smoked salmon croissants, Mascarpone, Blueberry cheesecake and more.The quality and quantity are well thought of. I had to remind myself I am in Bangkok and not in Sydney or the UK! Plus, the location is convenient, loads of parking space available, the decor and ambience of the place is welcoming and relaxing. It opens every day 12 PM-12 AM and there is no entrance fee as such.
  • Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn): Head to Wat Arun, located on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River. Known for its towering spires decorated with colorful porcelain, Wat Arun is stunning in the late afternoon light. Climb the central prang (tower) for a panoramic view of the river and the city.


  • Chao Phraya River Longtail Boat Ride: From Wat Arun, embark on an evening longtail boat ride along the Chao Phraya River. This affordable experience (only 14 baht one way) offers a unique perspective of Bangkok. Witness the city’s transition from day to night, observe local life along the riverbanks, and enjoy the stunning sunset. The calm river contrasts beautifully with the buzzing city lights, providing a serene end to your first day in Bangkok.
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Day 2: Markets and Modern Bangkok


  • Chatuchak weekend market: If your trip falls on the weekend and you would like to do some shopping, head to Chatuchak market. It is the largest market in Thailand also known as JJ Market, it has more than 15,000 stalls and 11,505 vendors, divided into 27 sections. You can find almost everything you need for your travels or at home. They are open every day except Monday.
  • If you rather prefer the night market, then don’t miss the Ratchada Night Market. It is also known as Rainbow market which is obvious with its rainbow colours roof. In recent years it has become popular as an affordable nightlife spot – although this is more among locals than the expat or holiday crowd. It is extremely well-served by the MRT underground as well unless you shopped past 12 am (which I did) then use grab to get back. My insider tip here is to: head to the top of parking space for the top view or eat the meter-long delicious ribs at the steak restaurant there with the rainbow market view.
  • Damnoen saduak floating market: Alternatively, there is one popular market you can visit as a half or a full day trip out of Bangkok. It is called the Floating market. It is amazing to see how they have maintained the look and feel of this market from centuries ago. You can see how Thai people used to trade on the boat, eat delicious Thai food, and there are also some snakes you can take pictures with!
  • Tor Kor Market: Lastly, visit Or Tor Kor Market, known for its high-quality produce, exotic fruits, and gourmet products. It’s also a pretty good place to sample local delicacies.
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  • Lunch at a Local Market or Food Court: Savor a variety of Thai dishes from the market or a nearby food court.
  • Siam Paragon and MBK Center: Experience modern Bangkok by visiting Siam Paragon, a luxury shopping mall, and MBK Center, a massive complex known for electronics, fashion, and souvenirs. Be careful of scammers/duplicate products though. Nearby is a Paragon fashion mall and new Siam mall. For all your specific IT needs to check out Pantip Plaza or Fortune IT.


  • Rooftop Bar: Conclude your Bangkok adventure with a visit to one of the city’s famous rooftop bars. Enjoy panoramic views, signature cocktails, and the vibrant nightlife. Popular options include Sky Bar at Lebua State Tower, Vertigo and Moon Bar at Banyan Tree or Octave rooftop lounge & bar. It offers a great stunning view of Bangkok, has lots of space and offers happy hour drinks. 

Day 3: More Cultural Immersion

Morning: Day trip to Ayutthaya

Ayutthaya used to be the capital city of Thailand. Hence it carries a lot of history and is located about 80 kilometres north of Bangkok. It’s a good stopover on the way to Northern Thailand in case you would like to travel by road! The ruins of the old city now form the Ayutthaya Historical Park, an archaeological site that contains palaces, Buddhist temples, monasteries and statues. Definitely worth checking out the infamous Buddha’s head on the tree and surrounding UNESCO heritage area. Every brick is filled with history here.

I found the best way to experience and understand Ayutthaya is to book a day itinerary which includes lunch & english guide with historical background, friendly and shared a lot of information that I would not have known if I was there myself. The tour is reasonably priced and includes pickup, a bottle of water, and drop off too.

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Jim Thompson House: Visit the Jim Thompson House, a museum showcasing the art and antiques collected by the American businessman who helped revive the Thai silk industry. The traditional Thai-style house and lush gardens provide a peaceful retreat in the heart of the city.

Asiatique The Riverfront: Head to Asiatique, a large open-air mall by the river, for dinner and shopping. The complex combines shopping, dining, and entertainment, offering a variety of boutiques, restaurants, and shows. Don’t miss the Ferris wheel for a great view of the city at night.

4 Days in North of Thailand


Many travellers go straight from Bangkok to Chiang Mai first then Pai. The issue with this is you can’t go to Chiang Rai from Pai. You would have to come back to Chiang Mai again. So, it makes more sense to go Pai first then Chiang Mai and then Chiang Rai.

Pai is a small town in the North of Thailand. Definitely place to be after crowded, and busy Bangkok. It is full of greenery and natural beauty. People are relaxed, hip and happy. Sunset bar and massages are definitely worth a try. Although there is not much to do inside this little town, there is more to see and activities you can do in the surrounding areas.

How to go from Bangkok to Pai?

From Bangkok, you can book the internal flight to Pai via Air Asia. It is much comfortable but you can also get to Pai on a jam-packed minibus or a train. Ask your hostel/hotel for the current price.

  • Travel to Pai: Ideally begin your journey from Bangkok to Pai night before, the scenic drive through the mountains is part of the adventure.
  • Check-in at Your Accommodation: Settle into your hotel or guesthouse in Pai. Pai offers a variety of accommodation options, from budget hostels to boutique resorts.

Where to stay in Pai?

For accommodation, I recommend using booking.com and sorting with price, then consider the ones with highest reviews plus within 1km of center/old town. Below I have researched and linked the best ones with this filter (at the time of writing)
For tours, I recommend using get your guide and walking tours available in most places

  • Pai offers a range of accommodations to suit different preferences and budgets. Here are some recommendations for where to stay in

  • Reverie Siam Resort
    • Description: A luxurious boutique resort with vintage-style decor, beautiful gardens, and an infinity pool overlooking the Pai River.
    • Highlights: Elegant rooms, excellent restaurant, and scenic views.
  • Pai Village Boutique Resort & Farm
    • Description: A charming resort offering rustic yet elegant bungalows set amidst lush greenery and gardens.
    • Highlights: Tranquil atmosphere, farm-to-table dining, and proximity to Pai Walking Street.
  • Mid-Range
  • Puri Pai Villa
    • Description: A comfortable and stylish resort with villas offering beautiful mountain views and private balconies.
    • Highlights: Outdoor pool, well-appointed rooms, and a peaceful setting.
  • Pai Cherkaew Boutique House
    • Description: A boutique hotel with modern amenities, located in the heart of Pai, close to restaurants and attractions.
    • Highlights: Comfortable rooms, friendly service, and a convenient location.
  • Budget
  • Family House @ Pai
    • Description: A budget-friendly guesthouse offering clean and comfortable rooms with a relaxed atmosphere.
    • Highlights: Riverside location, close to Pai Walking Street, and friendly staff.
  • Spicy Pai Backpackers
    • Description: A popular hostel among backpackers, offering dormitory-style accommodation and a social atmosphere.
    • Highlights: Affordable rates, communal areas, and opportunities to meet fellow travelers.
  • Common Grounds Pai
    • Description: A budget-friendly hostel with both dormitory and private room options, set in a relaxing garden environment.
    • Highlights: Central location, social activities, and a laid-back vibe.
  • Unique Stays
  • Pai River Villa
    • Description: A serene retreat offering wooden bungalows along the Pai River, surrounded by nature.
    • Highlights: Peaceful ambiance, beautiful riverside views, and rustic charm.
  • Pai Treehouse Resort
    • Description: A unique resort featuring treehouse accommodations, providing a fun and adventurous stay.
    • Highlights: Treehouse rooms, natural surroundings, and a distinctive experience.
  • Eco-Friendly Options
  • Suan Doi House
    • Description: An eco-friendly resort set in a lush garden, offering cozy bungalows and a commitment to sustainability.
    • Highlights: Eco-conscious practices, organic garden, and tranquil setting.

Day 4: Exploring Pai


  • Yun Lai Viewpoint: Head to Yun Lai Viewpoint for panoramic views of Pai and the surrounding mountains. It’s a peaceful spot to relax and take photos.
  • Pai Canyon: Explore Pai Canyon, known for its unique red ridges and scenic views. It’s a great place for hiking and enjoying the natural beauty of the area.
  • Pam Bok Waterfalls: This landscape appears here out of nowhere with a gorgeous view of mountain and forest. The secluded Pam Bok waterfall and brunch at the land crack. Snacks are organic and tasty but please don’t forget to donate. On your way back to Pai, Sunset from White Buddha is must do as well.
  • Other activities you can do in Pai are tubing, jungle trekking, elephant treks and visiting local hill tribes.


  • Pai Night Market: In the evening, visit the Pai Night Market. Sample local snacks, shop for unique souvenirs, and soak in the vibrant atmosphere. Enjoy live music and street performances that often take place here.

Day 5: More of Pai and Travel to Chiang Mai


  • Tha Pai Hot Springs: Start your day with a visit to the Tha Pai Hot Springs. Enjoy a relaxing soak in the natural mineral waters surrounded by lush forest.
  • Bamboo Bridge (Boong Piang Farm): Take a walk on the Bamboo Bridge, a picturesque walkway that stretches over rice fields. It’s a peaceful spot to enjoy the rural landscape and take photos.


  • Travel to Chiang Mai: Depart for Chiang Mai in the early afternoon. The drive back will take about 3 hours. Upon arrival, check into your accommodation and freshen up.
  • Explore Old City Temples: Visit some of Chiang Mai’s historic temples in the Old City, such as Wat Chedi Luang and Wat Phra Singh.

Where to stay in Chiang Mai?

For accommodation, I recommend using booking.com and sorting with price, then consider the ones with highest reviews plus within 1km of center/old town. Below I have researched and linked the best ones with this filter (at the time of writing)
For tours, I recommend using get your guide and walking tours available in most places

  1. Luxury:
    • 137 Pillars House: A boutique hotel with a colonial feel.
    • Chiang Mai Riverside Hotel: Known for its lavish design and extensive grounds. read review here
  2. Mid-Range:
    • Rimping Village: Offers a peaceful stay near the old city.
    • De Naga Hotel: Conveniently located near many of the city’s temples.
  3. Budget:
    • Green Tiger House: A budget-friendly option with great amenities.
    • ZZZ Hostel: A clean and affordable hostel in the city center.


  • Chiang Mai Night Bazaar: Explore the Chiang Mai Night Bazaar. This bustling market is a great place to shop for handicrafts, clothing, and souvenirs. Enjoy street performances and dine at one of the many food stalls or restaurants.

Day 6: Discovering Chiang Mai


  • Wat Phra That Doi Suthep: When was the last time you hung out with a skinny Buddha? It was my first time and I was in awe! I had never seen a skinny Buddha statue before! It was actually in a meditation centre in Chiang Mai. I did a month of silent retreat here in Chaing Mai and recommend it if you have more time.

If you would like to try silent meditation in Dui Suthep, don’t forget to book it in advance as spots fill quickly. If you don’t know, silent meditation is basically – silent retreat/meditation for days/weeks/months (you can choose) where you aren’t allowed to speak, wear everything white, eat only two times a day (breakfast and lunch) and meditate. The aim is to find peace within by letting go of negativity and being mindful. Challenge yourself to achieve this level of happiness.

Meditation center in Dui Suthep is perfect for beginners because one of the Monk will teach you how to breathe, meditate and everything you need to know about the subject.

However, if you have prior experience, you can sign up for a self-meditation at Wat Umong meditation center. All-white clothing, no talking, and no dinner but lots of peace and zen. I met a guest who discovered she wasn’t in love with his bf anymore! Talk about things you will discover through meditation. Hopefully, you will discover some truth as well.

If meditation isn’t your cup of tea, you can also book a massage or Thai cooking class!

Either way, start your day with a visit to Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, located on a mountain overlooking the city. The temple is one of the most sacred in Northern Thailand and offers stunning views of Chiang Mai from its terrace. 

  • Doi Pui Hmong Village: Continue to Doi Pui Hmong Village to learn about the culture and traditions of the Hmong people. The village also offers beautiful gardens and traditional handicrafts.
  • Another must-do in Chaing Mai is to see the Yi Peng and Loy Krathong (Lantern Festival). It is an amazing cultural experience but it happens only during November.


  • Lunch in the Old City: Enjoy a traditional Northern Thai lunch in the Old City. Dishes like Khao Soi (curry noodle soup) are a must-try.
  • Elephant Sanctuary Visit: Spend the afternoon at an ethical elephant sanctuary. Learn about elephant conservation, feed and bathe the elephants, and enjoy the opportunity to interact with these gentle giants in a responsible way.


  • Sunday Walking Street: If it’s a Sunday, don’t miss the Sunday Walking Street market in the Old City. This market is a vibrant cultural experience with food stalls, crafts, and local products.

Day 7: Journey to Chiang Rai


  • Travel to Chiang Rai: Depart early for Chiang Rai the northernmost large city in Thailand. The drive takes about 3-4 hours. Upon arrival, check into your hotel and relax for a bit.

Where to stay in Chiang Rai?

For accommodation, I recommend using booking.com and sorting with price, then consider the ones with highest reviews plus within 1km of center/old town. Below I have researched and linked the best ones with this filter (at the time of writing)
For tours, I recommend using get your guide and walking tours available in most places

Chiang Rai offers a variety of accommodation options, ranging from luxurious resorts to budget-friendly hostels. Here are some recommendations for where to stay in Chiang Rai:


  1. Le Méridien Chiang Rai Resort
    • Description: A luxurious riverside resort offering spacious rooms, beautiful grounds, and excellent amenities.
    • Highlights: Infinity pool, riverside dining, and serene atmosphere.
  2. The Riverie by Katathani
    • Description: A high-end resort located on an island in the Kok River, featuring elegant rooms and lush gardens.
    • Highlights: Stunning river views, multiple dining options, and a large outdoor pool 


  1. Laluna Hotel and Resort
    • Description: A comfortable resort offering bungalow-style accommodations set in a tropical garden.
    • Highlights: Outdoor pool, relaxing garden setting, and friendly service 
  2. Nak Nakara Hotel
    • Description: A boutique hotel with modern amenities and a central location, close to many of Chiang Rai’s attractions.
    • Highlights: Stylish rooms, saltwater pool, and complimentary shuttle service 


  1. Mercy Hostel
    • Description: A popular budget-friendly hostel offering both dormitory and private room options.
    • Highlights: Central location, clean facilities, and social atmosphere 
  2. Connect Hostel
    • Description: A well-rated budget hostel with a modern design, offering dorms and private rooms.
    • Highlights: Cozy common areas, helpful staff, and good location 

Unique Stays

  1. Baan Norn Plearn
    • Description: A charming guesthouse set in a traditional Thai house, offering a unique and cozy stay.
    • Highlights: Homey atmosphere, friendly hosts, and authentic decor 
  2. Bura Resort
    • Description: A resort offering bungalow accommodations surrounded by lush gardens and natural beauty.
    • Highlights: Tranquil setting, waterfall views, and spacious rooms 

Eco-Friendly Options

  1. Phu Chaisai Mountain Resort
    • Description: An eco-friendly resort nestled in the hills, offering bamboo cottages and a focus on sustainability.
    • Highlights: Beautiful mountain views, organic farm, and wellness programs 
  2. Manee Dheva Resort and Spa
    • Description: An eco-conscious resort set amidst rice fields, providing a serene and sustainable stay.
    • Highlights: Riverside location, spa services, and commitment to environmental practices 


  • Wat Rong Khun (White Temple): Visit the famous White Temple, an unconventional and visually stunning temple created by artist Chalermchai Kositpipat. The intricate details and unique design make it one of Thailand’s most iconic landmarks. Locals say it is a heaven and hell temple. Hands coming out from the ground tells people drowning/burning in hell and the white temple imposes heaven. You can rent a scarf to cover your shoulders and sarong to cover your knees just outside the temple.
  • Blue Temple (Wat Rong Suea Ten): Head to the Blue Temple, known for its striking blue interior and exterior. The temple’s intricate artwork and serene atmosphere make it a must-see.
  • Alternatively consider booking a tour where you will get to visit the interesting golden triangle.Golden Triangle was originally the opium-growing region of northern Thailand, eastern Burma and western Laos, but is now mainly a tourist attraction. You will also see the Mekong River, long neck village tribe and borders between Burma and Laos. Some handmade shopping can be done in the tribe market too. The random thing we were requested to try was the alcohol shot infused with Scorpio and horse’s willy!


  • Chiang Rai Night Bazaar: Spend your evening at the Chiang Rai Night Bazaar. Enjoy live music, cultural performances, and a wide array of food and shopping options.

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How to get to Koh Samui?

Now it is time to dive into last 3 days out 10 days thailand itinerary. Obviously it’s up to you if you want to jump on the plane to check out the islands on the south for 3 days, or extend your stay in the north or Bangkok and come back next time to spend more time in the south. Also note, there is a Samui International Airport, also known as Ko Samui Airport or Koh Samui Airport, which is a privately owned international airport on the island of Ko Samui in Thailand which makes it easier if you want to leave the country from here. Either way, you can save this post for your planning.

South of Thailand is full of sun, fun, beach resort and cottage lifestyle. You can choose from Krabi (I went here for rock climbing, muay thai), Ko Chang, James bond island, Phi phi islands, etcetra Clearly there are many itineraries for the south of Island but due to only 3 days limitation for this post, I will share the most asked and popular island-hopping itinerary for Koh Samui below.

Koh Samui is one of the most beautiful islands on the east coast of Thailand. There are two different ways you can travel from Bangkok to Ko Samui depending on your way of travel. Ie luxury travel or budget transport. For the quickest way, a return flight from Bangkok to Koh Samui is recommended which is also the most expensive one. 

Bangkok Airways offer several flights a day that lasts less than an hour each way. You may spend more on flights (approx $100 oneway) but it is the most convenient and you gain more time to explore Ko Samui and neighbouring islands.

Alternatively, you can fly from Bangkok to Surat Thani via Nok Air or Thai Lion Air and take the ferry across to Koh Samui. This is cheaper than flying directly to Koh Samui but the bus from the airport to the pier and the ferry across to Koh Samui add at least 3 hours to your travel time. Nok Air and Air Asia have 5 flights per day from Bangkok to Surat Thani.

Nowadays you can book flights, bus and ferry ticket as a combo.

Spending a week on the East Coast in Thailand is totally different than its West Coast, no limestone cliffs, just three major hotspots and mostly on everyone’s agenda when planning a Thailand island-hopping itinerary: Koh Samui, Koh Tao and Koh Phangan.

Your island hopping route comes down to where you enter and want to leave, and there is no need to book island hopping tours though. Ferries to and from the islands go multiple times a day and you can secure a ticket on every street corner.

Koh Samui

From the moment you get off the ferry in Koh Samui, assuming it’s the right season, you will be greeted with the beautiful turquoise water.

Suggested accommodation is the Rich Resort on the Lamai beach. They also have a sister hostel across the road. (more on this below)

Starting the day at the Rich Resort is a good idea as their breakfast is healthy and yummy (only 180 Bhat) and you can also take a dip in their swimming pool overlooking the Lamai beach.

Next, you may want to hire a bike/car for the day as it’s much easier to go around. Price can start from 3000 and 7000 Bhat p/d respectively. Just don’t forget to drive on the left!

Koh Samui is a stunning island with plenty to offer for a short visit. Here’s a 2-day itinerary that covers some of the best activities and sights on the island:

Day 8: Beaches, Temples, and Nightlife


  1. Chaweng Beach
    • Description: Start your day at Chaweng Beach, one of the most popular beaches on Koh Samui. Enjoy the soft white sand and crystal-clear waters.
    • Activities: Swimming, sunbathing, and water sports like jet skiing and parasailing.
  2. Big Buddha Temple (Wat Phra Yai)
    • Description: Visit the iconic Big Buddha Temple located on a small rocky island connected to Koh Samui by a causeway.
    • Highlights: 12-meter tall golden Buddha statue, beautiful views, and serene atmosphere.


  1. Fisherman’s Village in Bophut
    • Description: Head to Fisherman’s Village in Bophut for a leisurely stroll and lunch. This charming area has a mix of traditional wooden houses and trendy boutiques.
    • Activities: Shopping, dining at beachside restaurants, and exploring the quaint streets.
  2. Wat Plai Laem
    • Description: Visit Wat Plai Laem, a vibrant temple complex featuring an 18-arm statue of Guanyin, the Goddess of Mercy, and a large laughing Buddha.
    • Highlights: Colorful statues, tranquil lake setting, and beautiful temple architecture.


  1. Chaweng Night Market
    • Description: Spend your evening at Chaweng Night Market, where you can sample a variety of Thai street food, shop for souvenirs, and enjoy the lively atmosphere.
    • Highlights: Delicious local food, live music, and bustling market vibes.

Day 9: Adventure and Relaxation


  1. Na Muang Waterfalls
    • Description: Start your second day with a visit to Na Muang Waterfalls. There are two waterfalls in this area, both offering scenic beauty and refreshing swimming spots.
    • Activities: Hiking, swimming, and enjoying the natural surroundings.
  2. Secret Buddha Garden
    • Description: Visit the Secret Buddha Garden, a hidden gem located in the hills of Koh Samui. This garden features a collection of statues amidst lush jungle greenery.
    • Highlights: Unique statues, peaceful atmosphere, and panoramic views of the island.


  1. Ang Thong National Marine Park
    • Description: Take a half-day trip to Ang Thong National Marine Park, a stunning archipelago of 42 islands known for their limestone cliffs, hidden lagoons, and white sandy beaches.
    • Activities: Snorkeling, kayaking, hiking to viewpoints, and exploring hidden lagoons.


  1. Lamai Beach and Hin Ta & Hin Yai Rocks
    • Description: Visit Lamai Beach for a more relaxed atmosphere compared to Chaweng. Nearby, explore the famous Hin Ta (Grandfather) and Hin Yai (Grandmother) Rocks.
    • Highlights: Scenic beach views, unique rock formations, and a more laid-back vibe.
  2. Sunset at Bophut Beach
    • Description: End your day with a stunning sunset at Bophut Beach. Find a cozy beach bar or restaurant to relax and enjoy the view.
    • Activities: Dining, sipping cocktails, and enjoying the serene sunset ambiance.

Optional Activities:

  • Spa and Wellness: Koh Samui is known for its excellent spas. Consider treating yourself to a traditional Thai massage or a relaxing spa treatment.
  • Muay Thai Boxing: If you’re interested in martial arts, check out a Muay Thai boxing match at one of the local stadiums.
  • Cooking Class: Learn how to cook traditional Thai dishes by taking a cooking class, which often includes a visit to a local market.

It is easy to stay in Koh Samui for weeks but for the sake of this post, let’s move on to our next destination but let me give you some options for accommodation first.

Where to stay Koh Samui?

For accommodation, I recommend using booking.com and sorting with price, then consider the ones with highest reviews plus within 1km of center/old town. Below I have researched and linked the best ones with this filter (at the time of writing)
For tours, I recommend using get your guide and walking tours available in most places

Koh Samui offers a diverse range of accommodations, from luxury resorts to budget-friendly hostels, each providing unique experiences to suit different tastes and budgets. Here are some recommendations for where to stay in Koh Samui:


  1. Four Seasons Resort Koh Samui
    • Description: A luxurious beachfront resort offering private villas with stunning sea views, private pools, and exceptional service.
    • Highlights: World-class spa, gourmet dining, and beautiful beachfront location.
  2. W Koh Samui
    • Description: A chic and modern resort offering stylish villas, each with a private pool and contemporary design.
    • Highlights: Trendy vibe, beachfront location, and vibrant nightlife.


  1. The Tongsai Bay
    • Description: An eco-friendly resort offering suites and villas nestled in a tropical garden setting with beautiful sea views.
    • Highlights: Private beach, multiple dining options, and commitment to sustainability.
  2. Banana Fan Sea Resort
    • Description: A charming beachfront resort located on Chaweng Beach, offering comfortable rooms and a relaxing atmosphere.
    • Highlights: Prime location, outdoor pool, and friendly service 


  1. Lub d Koh Samui Chaweng Beach
    • Description: A trendy hostel offering both dormitory and private room options, with a social and vibrant atmosphere.
    • Highlights: Beachfront location, swimming pool, and lively common areas.
  2. P & T Hostel
    • Description: A budget-friendly hostel offering clean and comfortable accommodations, located close to Lamai Beach.
    • Highlights: Affordable rates, friendly staff, and convenient location 

Unique Stays

  1. Treehouse Silent Beach
    • Description: A unique beachfront accommodation offering bungalows set in a tranquil garden setting, perfect for relaxation.
    • Highlights: Quiet location, beachfront access, and laid-back vibe 
  2. Mantra Samui Resort
    • Description: A boutique hillside resort offering rooms with stunning views over the Gulf of Thailand, blending modern comfort with Thai charm.
    • Highlights: Infinity pool, wellness programs, and panoramic views 

Eco-Friendly Options

  1. Six Senses Samui
    • Description: An eco-friendly luxury resort located on the northern tip of the island, offering private villas with a focus on sustainability.
    • Highlights: Stunning views, exceptional service, and commitment to environmental practices.
  2. The Fair House Beach Resort & Hotel
    • Description: An eco-conscious resort set amidst lush gardens and close to Chaweng Noi Beach, offering comfortable accommodations and a peaceful atmosphere.
    • Highlights: Green initiatives, outdoor pool, and close proximity to the beach 

Koh Tao

From Koh Samui, it is easy to hop to Koh Tao island. You can book the ferry online but I found it cheaper to book it at the Rich resort hostel.

If diving is your thing, and you want to get your PADI. Ko Tao is one of the best places to be. There are many diving centres to choose from and a variety of packages on offer. However, usually, 9000 baht will get you the diving license and the course will last 5 days. If you are lucky, accommodation and night dive will be included in your package or perhaps bargaining might get it included too.

Another thing to do in Ko Tao is rock climbing and abseiling. View from the top of Ko Tao Mountain is incredible and one that you won’t forget easily. It costs 2000 baht for the day trip and I recommend planning it to fit sunsets overlooking the Saree beach from the top of the mountain.

Koh Tao is the tranquil island to feel the real island vibe and enjoy the uncomplicated lifestyle. Explore unspoiled bays, hike up to new Koh Tao viewpoint, go scuba diving, go rock climbing, dance at the beach bars, watch the fire boy’s skills, and end your days with a cocktail in your hand watching the sunset on vibrant Sairee Beach. Want more tips? Check this post on things to do in Ko Tao.

Where to stay in Koh Tao?

For accommodation, I recommend using booking.com and sorting with price, then consider the ones with highest reviews plus within 1km of center/old town. Below I have researched and linked the best ones with this filter (at the time of writing)
For tours, I recommend using get your guide and walking tours available in most places

Koh Tao offers a variety of accommodations, from luxurious resorts to budget-friendly hostels, each providing unique experiences to suit different tastes and budgets. Here are some recommendations for where to stay in Koh Tao:


  1. Jamahkiri Resort & Spa
    • Description: A luxurious resort offering stunning ocean views, elegant rooms, and top-notch amenities.
    • Highlights: Infinity pool, private beach, excellent spa services, and gourmet dining. 
  2. The Place Luxury Boutique Villas
    • Description: A collection of private villas nestled in the hillside with breathtaking views of the ocean.
    • Highlights: Private pools, spacious villas, personalized service, and eco-friendly practices 


  1. Sensi Paradise Beach Resort
    • Description: A charming beachfront resort with bungalows set in lush tropical gardens.
    • Highlights: Private beach, outdoor pool, traditional Thai decor, and friendly staff.
  2. The Tarna Align Resort
    • Description: A modern resort offering comfortable rooms and stunning views of the island.
    • Highlights: Infinity pool, diving school, rooftop bar, and great location.


  1. Koh Tao Central Hostel
    • Description: A budget-friendly hostel offering clean and comfortable dormitory and private room options.
    • Highlights: Central location, social atmosphere, and helpful staff 
  2. Goodtime Beach Hostel
    • Description: A lively beachfront hostel with dormitories and private rooms, ideal for budget travelers.
    • Highlights: Beachfront location, fun social activities, and friendly environment 

Unique Stays

  1. Koh Tao Cabana
    • Description: A unique resort offering individually designed bungalows and villas with rustic charm.
    • Highlights: Secluded beachfront location, beautiful sunset views, and eco-friendly design 
  2. Cape Shark Villas
    • Description: Luxurious villas perched on a cliff with private pools and panoramic ocean views.
    • Highlights: Secluded location, spacious villas, and stunning scenery 

Eco-Friendly Options

  1. Haadtien Beach Resort
    • Description: An eco-friendly resort located on a private beach, offering charming beachfront bungalows.
    • Highlights: Eco-conscious practices, serene environment, and excellent diving opportunities 
  2. Chintakiri Resort
    • Description: An eco-friendly resort offering bungalow-style accommodations with stunning views of the ocean.
    • Highlights: Infinity pool, tranquil setting, and commitment to sustainability.


How fast time goes when having fun! This is the end of this 10 days thailand itinerary. Arrive back in Koh Samaui for your departure flight at the Samui international airport. Alternately, if you have more time, I recommend island hopping to Koh Phanghan next in your thailand travel itinerary.

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Koh Phangan

Koh Phangan is famous for its full moon parties. If your travel time doesn’t match with full moon cycle, don’t worry, the island also does half moon, quarter moon and jungle parties! It is one of the reasons most travellers visit Koh Phangan to experience the widely popular full-moon parties.

But Koh Phangan is not only about the parties. What you won’t find in many Thailand island hopping guides are the deserted beaches and stunning bays in the North of Koh Phangan island. Get on your scooter and navigate over the green hills in the centre of the island.

For the Scuba divers diving at Sail Rock is one of the best dive sites in Thailand.

Where to stay in Koh Phangan?

For accommodation, I recommend using booking.com and sorting with price, then consider the ones with highest reviews plus within 1km of center/old town. Below I have researched and linked the best ones with this filter (at the time of writing)
For tours, I recommend using get your guide and walking tours available in most places

Koh Phangan offers a range of accommodations, from budget-friendly hostels to luxury resorts, each providing unique experiences to suit different tastes and budgets. Here are some recommendations for where to stay in Koh Phangan:


  1. Santhiya Koh Phangan Resort & Spa
    • Description: A luxurious resort set in a tropical garden with traditional Thai-style villas and stunning ocean views.
    • Highlights: Infinity pools, private beach, spa services, and elegant dining options.
  2. Panviman Resort Koh Phangan
    • Description: A secluded resort offering luxurious villas with panoramic views of the Thong Nai Pan Beach.
    • Highlights: Cliffside infinity pool, wellness center, and authentic Thai hospitality.


  1. Buri Rasa Koh Phangan
    • Description: A beachfront resort offering comfortable rooms with modern amenities and a laid-back atmosphere.
    • Highlights: Beachfront location, swimming pool, and beachfront dining.
  2. Phangan Bayshore Resort
    • Description: A resort located on Haad Rin Beach, offering comfortable rooms and easy access to the island’s nightlife.
    • Highlights: Beachfront location, swimming pool, and proximity to Full Moon Party area. 


  1. Lazy House Shenanigans
    • Description: A budget-friendly hostel offering dormitory and private rooms in a relaxed and friendly environment.
    • Highlights: Social atmosphere, communal kitchen, and outdoor seating area.
  2. Phangan Arena Hostel
    • Description: A lively hostel located near the Full Moon Party area, offering dormitory and private rooms.
    • Highlights: Party atmosphere, social events, and close proximity to nightlife.

Unique Stays

  1. The Dome Luxury Hotel
    • Description: A unique hotel featuring dome-shaped villas with modern amenities and stunning views of the sea.
    • Highlights: Unique architecture, private balconies, and tranquil atmosphere.
  2. Phangan Forest House
    • Description: A secluded retreat offering eco-friendly bungalows amidst a lush forest setting.
    • Highlights: Nature trails, yoga platform, and peaceful surroundings.

Eco-Friendly Options

  1. Sarana Bungalows
    • Description: An eco-friendly resort offering simple yet comfortable bungalows with a focus on sustainability.
    • Highlights: Solar-powered, organic garden, and eco-conscious practices. 
  2. The Sanctuary Thailand
    • Description: An eco-conscious wellness retreat offering a range of accommodation options, yoga classes, and detox programs.
    • Highlights: Holistic wellness programs, vegetarian restaurant, and beachfront location.

Things to do in Koh Phangan

Koh Phangan is known for its beautiful beaches, vibrant nightlife, and stunning natural beauty. Here are some of the top things to do in Koh Phangan:

Beaches and Water Activities

  1. Haad Rin Beach: Known for its Full Moon Party, Haad Rin Beach is a bustling destination with beach bars, restaurants, and water sports activities.
  2. Thong Nai Pan Beach: A beautiful and tranquil beach on the northeast coast, perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and relaxing.
  3. Bottle Beach (Haad Khuat): Accessible only by boat or a challenging hike, Bottle Beach offers crystal-clear waters and a peaceful atmosphere.
  4. Snorkeling and Diving: Explore the underwater world around Koh Phangan, with dive sites like Sail Rock offering rich marine life and vibrant coral reefs.

Nature and Adventure

  1. Phangan Safari Park: Experience an elephant trek through the jungle and enjoy stunning views of the island from high vantage points.
  2. Than Sadet National Park: Explore the lush jungle and visit the famous Than Sadet Waterfall, a series of cascades that flow into natural pools.
  3. Koh Ma: A small island connected to Koh Phangan by a sandbar, Koh Ma is a great spot for snorkeling and enjoying the unspoiled natural beauty.

Wellness and Yoga

  1. Yoga Retreats: Koh Phangan is known for its yoga retreats and wellness centers, offering a range of classes and workshops in serene surroundings.
  2. Spa Treatments: Relax and rejuvenate with a traditional Thai massage or spa treatment at one of the island’s many spas.

Culture and Sightseeing

  1. Wat Phu Khao Noi: Visit this hilltop temple for panoramic views of the island and a glimpse into local Buddhist culture.
  2. Fisherman’s Village: Explore the charming Fisherman’s Village in Bophut, known for its traditional wooden houses, boutiques, and restaurants.

Nightlife and Entertainment

  1. Full Moon Party: If you’re visiting during the full moon, don’t miss the famous Full Moon Party on Haad Rin Beach, known for its lively atmosphere and music.
  2. Jungle Experience: Experience the unique Jungle Experience party, held deep in the jungle with psychedelic music and a vibrant atmosphere.

Day Trips

  1. Ang Thong National Marine Park: Take a day trip to this stunning marine park, known for its limestone cliffs, hidden lagoons, and pristine beaches.
  2. Koh Tao: Visit the nearby island of Koh Tao for a day of diving, snorkeling, or simply relaxing on the beach.

Hope this 10 days thailand trip gave you enough insights and ideas for your trip. Safe travels!

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