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Tour Details

Price: THB39.500 per person (minimum 2 people required)

Price Includes

  • Accommodation as described based on 2 persons sharing a room
  • Daily breakfast at the hotel.
  • Meals as stated (B-Breakfast L-Lunch D-Dinner
  • Transportation within the journey in air-conditioned vehicles
  • Other transportation (boat etc.) if stated
  • English speaking driver cum guide (other languages on request)
  • Program as per itinerary with entrance fees

Price Excludes

  • Accommodation for day one(1)
  • All transport for your onward journey(Train, bus, plane tickets)
  • Personal expenses
  • Drinks (Soft and alcoholic during the meal)
  • Gratuities for local hotel porters, waiters, drivers
  • Visa Fees (if required)

Tour Remarks

  • Surcharge for a compulsory Gala Dinner during Christmas and New Year may apply
  • Surcharge for Chinese New Year, Loy Krathong-Candle light festival, and Songkran holiday-Thai new year (11-18. April) may apply
What to Expect

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Day 1Bangkok Temple and City tour (L)

In the morning you will discover the highlights of the City of Angels. The tour will stop at first place, Wat Trimitr with its invaluable Golden Buddha (5 ½ tons of solid gold) and the drive pass China town, the flower market and then 2nd stop will be at Wat Pho, The Reclining Buddha, which is an enormous Buddha covered in gold leaf and lying majestically on its side. This temple is the oldest and biggest temple with the largest number of pagodas (95 in all) in the city well known for its huge Reclining Buddha. After that, visit the Grand Palace and Emerald Buddha Temple – Wat Phra Kaeo. Walk into the temple and enjoy the beauty of the temple of The Emerald Buddha. Visit the most sacred Buddha statue of Thailand, held by all Thais as also the symbol of national independence, and enjoy the stunning buildings which you cannot miss taking photos every time you turn around.

After Lunch, Take a long-tailed boat along the Chao Phraya River to see the Thai lifestyle, the contrast between luxurious condominiums and ruined houses along both sides of the canal. Disembark at Wat Arun – the temple of Dawn to visit the tallest prang in Thailand. It was built in the concept of Mount Meru, the resident of God located in the center of the Universe. Return to your hotel and overnight stay in Bangkok

Day 2Bangkok - Kanchanaburi/River Kwai (B/L)

Pick up from hotel in Bangkok and depart for Kanchanaburi(160km),
En-route you will visit “Train Market” this market is settled on the railway for the whole daytime known as Mae-Khong Train Station” The interesting of tourists for this visiting will be taken aback once the train comes to a standstill at the station either once the train will depart from the station, all merchants will immediately move their goods and awnings from the railway road area and put it back again when the train passed. unseen Thailand!!

Visit a local sugar factory/home industry. There you’ll take a tour of the local factory where you’ll see sugar is made from coconut sap and a chance of seeing a Thai house.
After that, drive to the Damnoen Saduak Floating market with its many color flavors and exotic fragrances, including a Longtail boat ride on the Damnoen Canal –see locals selling all types of goods on boats with the market stalls catered towards the tourists.

Move on driving to Kanchanaburi.

visit the war cemetery, the cemetery where approx. 7,000 lads are buried

Thailand–Burma Railway Museum, View the artifacts, stories, dioramas, and history as

told in the two-story museum. View info boards of the timelines of events,

medical aspects, a summary of deaths, planning construction, and logistics, etc

the bridge over the River Kwai, visit and walk over the famous bridge and view where B24 Liberators from the USAF blew it up in 1944

Check-in at your hotel in Kanchanaburi.

River Kwai Bridge Resort Standard Garden view or equivalent

Day 3Kanchanaburi - Ayutthaya - Phitsanuloke (B/L)

In the morning, you will continue the trip to Ayutthaya, one of the UNESCO World Heritage sites, the former capital of Thailand from 1350 which was invaded and destroyed by the Burmese in 1776. Many ruins of temples indicated how important the city was in the past.
You will visit famous ruins like Wat Chaiwattaram, Wat Mongkol Bophit with a massive Buddha image, Wat Sri Sanpetch, the royal temple in an ancient palace,
Lunch will be served at a local restaurant.

Continue driving to Phitsanuloke with a visit to Wat Mahathat from the 13th century and its impressive Buddha Jinaraj. said to be one of the most beautiful Buddha statues in Thailand. 

Check-in at the hotel in Phitsanuloke.
Top Land hotel or equivalent Superior room

Day 4Phitsanuloke - Sukothai - Lampang (B/L)

After breakfast, we will drive to Sukhothai which city was the first capital of the Kingdom of Siam and is considered to be the cradle of Thai culture.

Visit the famous Historical Park of Sukhothai. You will be amazed by the many ruins from the 13th century. Wat Mahathat is considered the magical and spiritual center of the Kingdom and at Wat Sri Chum you will see one of the largest sitting Buddha statues of the country.
Lunch will be served at a local restaurant on the way to Lampang.

In Lampang, you visit Wat Phra That Lumpang Luang, a paradigm of the temple building of Lanna. The temple is prominently sited on a hillock surrounded by a wall and has a large collection of ancient wooden utensils. Check-in at your hotel in Lampang.
Wienglakor Hotel or equivalent

Day 5Lampang - Chiang Rai (B/L)

Today you will continue in the northern direction to Chiang Rai. We will drive on a narrow hilly road with spectacular views, En-route, you will be stopped at a pineapple plantation and Kwan Prayao, which is the lake in Prayao Province, the word “Kwan” means the lake in the northern language.

It is the largest lake of the province and the northern of Thailand,
You will have a break for a nice photo, drinks, and snack before heading to Chiang rai Province,
Visit WAT RONG KUNG – also known as the White Temple, one of the most popular sites in Chiang Rai Province.  This temple is a masterpiece of Thai architecture and a magnificent place of worship was founded in 2000 by the famous Thai artist, Mr.Chalermchai Kositpipat, and is composed of white concrete and several thousand small mirrors. Check-in at your hotel in Chiang Rai
Wiang Inn hotelSuperior room or equivalent

Day 6Chiang Rai-Golden Triangle (B/L)

After breakfast, Drive to Mae Sai. the most northern point of Thailand which is also the border city to Myanmar. A stop will be made at Nanglae Village en-route to Mae Sai, where you can experience the daily life of the 5 hill tribes villager Akha, Yao, Lisu, Palong, and Longneck Karen.

The Karen, a tribal minority, historically lived in the hills on the Myanmar side of the border. Some of their women wear heavy brass rings around their necks, forearms, and shins. Many ideas regarding why the coils are worn have been suggested. Some have hypothesized that the rings protected women from becoming slaves by making them less attractive to other tribes.

Lunch will be provided in a local restaurant. Afterward, you will drive to the famous Golden Triangle the border area where Burma Laos and Myanmar are met. Visit a local Opium Museum to gain more knowledge about the former trade of opium in this region and then visit the meeting point of Laos, Myanmar, and Thailand. Currently, there is a massive Buddha image which is a venerated object for the people in the Mekong region.

Enjoy a boat trip on the Mekong River to see the area where the borders of Laos, Myanmar, and Thailand are met.  Check-in at your hotel at the golden triangle

The Imperial Golden Triangle hotel and resort or equivalent in-Superior room

Day 7Golden Triangle -Chiang Sean - Chiang Mai (B/L)

After Breakfast. You will leave for Chiang Mai. On the way, you will stop by Chiang Saen, the historic town located by the bank of Mekong River, pay a visit to Wat Phra That Chom Kitti, the spiritual center and the temple with the 308 steps in this town. Mae Khachan natural Hot Spring in Vieng Papao district for lunch and you can also enjoy your foot bath here.
After that continue driving with a beautiful landscape along the scenic route to Chiang Mai.
check-in at your hotel.
Holiday Inn hotel-Superior room or equivalent

Day 8Chiang Mai (B/L)

Breakfast at the hotel and then drive on to visit the Mae Sa Elephant Camp which is located outside of Chiang Mai where you will see how the Elephants are trained for their job in the jungle from a very young age on with their performances. Here, you also have a chance to take an optional riding on an elephant through the jungle(extra pay). Afterward, you will proceed to an orchid farm near Mae Rim district for your lunch. After Lunch, visit Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep, the sacred temple with challenging the flight of steps which are flanked by Naga, the mythical serpents. The sacred temple contains a holy relic of the Lord Buddha. A panoramic view of the city can be seen from here at 1500 feet above sea level. Visit San Kam Phang, villages and factories producing pottery, lacquerware, paper umbrellas, and silk. With so many crafts concentrated in one area, it is one of the best places to watch craftsmen at work.

In the evening you can stroll on your own over the night market. Overnight in Chiang Mai.
Holiday Inn hotel Superior room or equivalent

Day 9Chiang Mai- Departure (B) END OF THE SERVICE

Breakfast at the hotel. Free at your leisure. You will be transferred to Chiang Mai Airport or train station for your onward journey


End of the service (tickets for your onward journey not included in the package price).