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Around Thailand Tour Packages

08 Nights | 09 Days

Highlights of the Tour:

  • Cruise along Bangkok’s canals in a long tail boat
  • Experience the spiritual ambience of the most sacred temple in Thailand, the Wat Phra That Doi Suthep standing 3500 feet above sea level
  • Learn to cook some exquisite Thai cuisine
  • Make a visit to the world famous Golden Triangle

Day 1: Arrive in Bangkok

As you arrive at the Suvarnabhumi International Airport, you will be received by our company personnel and transferred to your hotel. Relax the rest of your day and stay overnight at Bangkok.

Day 2: Bangkok

Today morning we will first head out to the Grand Palace which comprises of many beautiful buildings including the famous “Wat Phra Kaew”, also known as the Temple of Emerald Buddha. There is a Royal Regalia Museum which displays royal jewellery, and then visit “Wat Pho”, the “Reclining Buddha Temple”, which is the oldest and the biggest temple with 95 pagodas depicting its might.

During afternoon, enjoy a long- tailed boat ride along the Chao Phraya River and witness the Thai life. On the way you make a visit to the Royal Barge Museum, which displays eight of the most stunning royal barges. The boat trip concludes at Wat Arun, the “Temple of Dawn”.

Day 3: Bangkok - Chiang Mai

Today you will be flying to Chiang Mai. Upon arrival at the Chiang Mai Airport, you will be received by our company personnel and transferred to your hotel.

Afternoon you will visit the famous temples of Chian Mai, starting from the 700 year old Wat Chiang Man, Wat Phra Singh and Wat Suan Dok. Evening, relax yourselves as you have the rest of the time free. Stay overnight at Chiang Mai.

Day 4: Wat Phra That Doi Suthep & leisure biking

Today you will start your day tour by visiting the most sacred place in Chiang Mai, the Wat Phra That Doi Suthep. It is a temple built on the Doi Suthep Hill which is 3500 feet above the sea level. The sacred relic of Lord Buddha makes this temple even more holy and sanctified. You need to climb 309 stairs to reach the temple, or else you can use the cable car service which is chargeable. Next up you will visit the Phu Ping Palace, the winter palace of the Thai Royal Family. If Phu Phing palace is closed to public at the moment, you will be visiting the temple Wat Jed Yod instead.

Afternoon, taste the real Thailand as you cycle your way alongside the Ping River through local fruit orchards, lush paddy fields and also visit temples, markets and local Thai school on the way.

Day 5: Chiang Dao Elephant Training Center

Today soon after your breakfast a 70 km drive from Chiang Mai will take you to an elephant training center at Ta Yaak Village. It is situated on the banks of the Mae Ping River and surrounded by hills making it a pleasant spot to hang out. As you arrive at the camp, you will mount on an elephant to ride around the camp. It is really an exciting activity to trek through the jungle and along the river, that too on an elephant. Your next activity at Chang Do will be Bamboo Rafting. You will board onto Bamboo Rafts and float along the Mea Ping River to enjoy some awe inspiring sights of Mother Nature. The Rafting program lasts about 1 hour, depending on the speed of the current. Evening relax at your hotel and stay overnight at Chiang Mai.

Day 6: Chiang Mai - Cooking class

A little bit of cooking in today’s program. You will leave the bustling part of the city and visit a relaxing countryside to enjoy a cooking lesson with a local family in a local village. You can have a tour around the farm and meanwhile the chef will explain about the various herbs and ingredients. Afterwards you can choose any three courses and learn to cook it. Have the food you prepared for lunch on the terrace.

After lunch, you will be transferred back to your hotel. Relax and stay overnight at Chiang Mai.

Day 7: Chiang Mai - Chiang Rai

The day starts with a 3 hour drive to Chiang Rai, when you are exposed to some awesome scenery’s on the way. En route you will visit the Wat Rong Khun Temple. It is popularly known as the white temple as the whole temple has been built in a radiant white color with mirrored glass mosaics embedded in the white plaster. On the way you can meet tribal people living around, and even take photos with them. After reaching, check in at your resort and relax the rest of the day.

Day 8: Side trip to Burma & the Golden Triangle

Today morning you will visit Mae Sai, a border of Thailand and Burma. After certain formalities you will cross the Sai River into Tha Chilek, a border town in the Shan State of Eastern Burma. Here you can mount on a tricycle to explore the streets and markets of Tha Chilek,a chance to study the Burmese lifestyle.

Next up you will be taken to the Golden Triangle, the world famous border point where Thailand, Laos and Myanmar meet. After your lunch you will visit the Hall of Opium, a museum which concentrates on telling us the history of the Golden Triangle and the Opium trade. Here 3d displays are used to depict the condition of the people that must have during the opium addiction. Afterwards relax at your hotel.

Day 9: Bangkok - Departure

Today you will be transferred to the Chiang Rai Airport to fly back home as per the departure schedule.

Tour ends!
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Places to Visit:

- Wat Phra Kaew
- Royal Barge Museum
- Wat Phra That Doi Suthep

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