Travel itinerary: India, Thailand and Burma.

Three very different countries in one go. If it sounds a bit odd, read on and we’ll try to convince you otherwise. Dirty India, hedonistic Thailand and golden Burma. 31-day trip will take you to some of the most beautiful places on planet Earth. You will start in colorful India and smell the sand of one of the most beautiful deserts on the planet, then you’ll relax on a Thai island, and in the end you’ll visit some of the temples of mystic Burma (Myanmar). If you want hardcore – this is it!

Travel itinerary: India, Thailand and Burma (Myanmar)

Duration of your trip to India: 31 days

  • Day 1: Arrive to Mumbai. Let the Indians welome you and take 4 hours to face the culture shock. Have a chai.
  • Day 2: Mumbai. Explore the city and try some street food. Maybe those milky desserts 🙂
  • Day 3: Jodhpur. You’ll probably tired from the train ride, so take some rest and have a good dinner.
  • Day 4: Jodhpur. Walk around this beautiful desert city and visit the famous fort.
  • Day 5: Jodhpur. Time for a unique experience – two day camel safari!
  • Day 6: Somewhere in the desert. Take good care of your camel.
  • Day 7: Pushkar. Enjoy this hippie town.
  • Day 8: Pushkar. Hey, how about a cooking class?
  • Day 9: Jaipur. Walk around town and see all its famus sights.
  • Day 10: Jaipur. Try some local food and talk to locals.
  • Day 11: Agra. Oh, yeah! Taj Mahal. We haven’t seen it so send us a picture 😉
  • Day 12: Delhi. Last chance to buy souvenirs or Indian spices.
  • Day 13: Bangkok. Woooohoooo, Thailand! Overdose on food, people and colours.
  • Day 14: Bangkok. Drive around the river, walk to Chinatown, cool down in shopping malls.
  • Day 15: Koh Samui. Enjoy the calm sea and have a beer.
  • Day 16: Koh Samui. Rent a bike and explore the island. Waterfalls, Buddha, tropical forest, crazy views and a mummified monk!
  • Day 17: Koh Tao. One of the smallest but surely one of the coolest Thai islands. Especially for diving.
  • Day 18: Koh Tao. Go underwater and say hello to fishes and baby sharks.
  • Day 19: Bangkok. Last day in this big city. Maybe it’s time for Soi Cowboy.
  • Day 20: Chiang Mai. Rent a bike and drive through the city. Visit a temple or two and go to the park and relax.
  • Day 21: Chiang Mai. Eat some good food and then visit Ladyboy Cabaret show. You won’t regret it.
  • Day 22: Chiang Mai. Last day in Thailand so buy everything you need for Tom Yum.
  • Day 23: Mandalay. Welcome to golden Burma (Myanmar). See the sunset on Mandalay hill.
  • Day 24: Mandalay. Visit the old city Inwa and try the local specialties. Go to U-Bein Bridge for sunset.
  • Day 25: Bagan. Rent an e-bike and drive around thousands of old temples.
  • Day 26: Bagan. See one of the most beautiful sunrises in the world. Pink light, temples and hot air baloons in the background.
  • Day 27: Inle Lake. A day on the lake. Don’t mind all the shops, but be sure to buy a cigar or two.
  • Day 28: Inle Lake. Rent a bike and explore the surroundings. Visit the winery on the hill 🙂
  • Day 29: Yangon. Walk around the capital of Burma and eat in the night market.
  • Day 30: Yangon. Time to visit the majestic Shwedagon pagoda. Worth every $.
  • Day 31: Yangon. Last morning walk around the city and then head home.

Travel map

What to bring?

  • 35 l backpack and a smaller bag
  • 5 shirts, 3 shorts
  • 1 sweater, 1 pants
  • Flip flops and light walking shoes
  • Sleeping bag
  • Some travel medicine
  • Add what you need

Tips for traveling in Myanmar (Burma)

  • Try to book your accommodation at least a day in advance (hotels can get booked because of too much tourists)
  • If you need to use a taxi, group together with other travellers
  • Try to avoid the admission fee cities (sometimes using the rare public transport also helps)
  • You don’t need to see every pagoda. There’s thousands in Bagan!
  • All buses are uncomfortable so book the cheapest one.

Expenses for  India

Accommodation: 4,5 $
Food: 5,5 $
Transportation: 4,5 $
All together: 14,5 $ per day

Expenses for Thailand

Accommodation: 6,5 $
Food: 5,5 $
Transportation: 5,5 $
All together: 17,5 $ per day

Expenses for Burma (Myanmar)

Accommodation: 11 $
Food: 5,5 $
Transportation: 8 $
All together: 24,5 $ per day

Airplane ticket from Delhi to Bangkok: 225 $

Airplane ticket from Chiang Mai to Mandalay: 80 $

Visa for India: 50 $ (depends from where you are, check here)

Visa for Thailand: free (still, check here) 🙂

Visa for Burma (Myanmar): 55 $ (depends from where you are, check here)

Travel insurance: 55 $ (depends on your country)

All expenses: 850 $ 

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