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Tour Details

Price per person: THB25000 Minimum of 4 people required.

Price Includes

  • All transfers between airports/stations and hotels.
  • A first-class train ticket from Chiang Mai-Bangkok operated by the state railway of Thailand.
  • An A/C Toyota Hiace Commuter minivan will be a vehicle during the journeys with an English-speaking tour guide
  • Other vehicles such as Train ride, long tailed-boat, TukTuk, MRT, BTS, bicycle etc.) as stated in the itinerary.
  • Meals if stated (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner)
  • 4-star accommodation based on 2 people sharing a Twin or a Double bedroom with private facilities.
  • Compulsory medical insurance for foreign visitors.

Price Excludes

  • All entrance tickets to attraction sites where require such as temples, National Park, Historical Park.
  • Personal expenses such as drinks with a meal, optional tours, etc.
  • Gratuity for the driver, hotel porter/bellboy, boatman,
  • Remarks
  • A COVID-19 vaccination certificate is required to enter all National Park, Historical Park, and most tourist attractions.
What to Expect

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Itinerary

Day 1Bangkok Arrival

Meet and greet at Bangkok Airport and transfer to your hotel in Bangkok

Day 2Bangkok Day Tours

09.00 am. Meet a tour guide in the hotel lobby. You will be taken around the city by public transport to get to know the city better.

Take the BTS; The Bangkok Mass Transit System, known as the Skytrain, an elevated rapid transit system.

Firstly, stop at Lumpini park; the first public park in Bangkok. It is a multi-functional park where people can do several outdoor leisure activities under fresh air and shade.

Afterward, take the MRT, the Metropolitan Rapid Transit, to visit one of the oldest areas of Bangkok, Yaowarat.  Yaowarat Road, the main artery of Bangkok’s Chinatown. Here you will walk around and see many reliable gold shops as well as hundreds of shops selling both fresh and preserved merchandise used for Chinese food cooking. Take an auto-rickshaw or known as Tuk Tuk to Ban Bat, or monk’s alms bowl village, which is an old community of craftsmen who fashion handmade alms bowls for monks, you’ll see craftsmen tending to their work enthusiastically. Some are hammering the bowls into shape; others are welding pieces of metal together. Small bats are also available as souvenirs; they can be used for any purpose. Walk over from Ban Bat to Wat Saket a Buddhist temple known as “Golden Mountain” you can either visit the temple and enjoy the panoramic view of the city from the Golden Mount or you can view carpentry and wood shops along the street Lastly, take the Khlong Saen Saep boat service, 15-20 minutes boat ride on the Khlong Sean Saep canal which is said to be one of the exciting things to do while you visit Thailand. It is part of the adventure. a remarkable experience, a real experience to travel like locals.

Day 3Bangkok Day Tours

09.00 am meet at the hotel lobby and start your Bangkok temple and city tour.

Visit the 4 most significant tourist attractions in Bangkok.

Wat Pho, the reclining Buddha temple, is the largest temple in Bangkok with a massive of 46-meter-long and its 15 meters in high Buddha image.,

The Royal Grand Palace, visit the outer court area where the Wat Phra Kaew or Emerald Buddha Temple is located. Walk into the beauty of the temple of The Emerald Buddha. Visit the most sacred Buddha statue of Thailand. Visit the middle court area of the palace and enjoy the few stunning royal buildings which you cannot miss taking photos of every time you turn around!

Wat Arun, the temple of dawn, is the highest 67-meter tower in Bangkok as Thailand’s landmark

Boat Tour. One-hour boat tour along the canal of old Bangkok, Thonburi where you can see the way of local’s life.

 

Day 4Day Excursion Outside Bangkok

Breakfast at your hotel. An early start at 7 am. Today you will be taken for visiting the Mae Klong railway market – one and half hours by car from Bangkok; a local people called “Ta lad Rom Hoop” or “Train Market” this market is settled on the railway-road of “Mae-Klong Train Station” for the whole daytime. You will be taken aback once the train is coming to a standstill at the station or either once the train will depart from the station, all merchants will immediately move their goods from the railway road area and back again later.

Visit a local house where the coconut palm sugar is made with an opportunity to see the way the locals live.

Visit the floating market, also known as Damnuansaduak Floating market– start with a scenic boat ride on a narrow canal by longtail-motorboat, passing riverside villages and fruit plantations. There will be a lot of floating market atmosphere photo opportunities along the way before entering the center of the vibrant market. Return to Bangkok.

Day 5Outskirts Tour of Bangkok

The surrounding Bangkok is full of hidden treasures that make a perfect day trip!

The Chao Phraya waterways to the outskirts of Bangkok are one of the most scenic areas. Today, again we will use public transport. We will take the Chao Phraya Express Boat to see the Chao Phraya River and Waterways.

We will start at Tak Sin Bridge pier and go upstream to Non Thaburi for about 1.30 hours. Along the waterways, you will enjoy the local ways of life, buildings, and temples along the way. Visit Nonthaburi Fresh Market, it’s not too touristy but where the locals go! Chatuchak Weekend Market, Chatuchak Weekend Market is an indoor and outdoor market, also known as JJ Market was reached a landmark status as a must-visit place for tourists. A huge market about 35 acres, with 27 sections in all, many shops more than 10,000 shops and stalls offering a wide range of products from Thai handicrafts, handmade products, clothing, accessories, arts and painting, house decorations, households, souvenirs, and gifts, pets, plants, and book. The heaven for shopaholics!! 

Day 6Trip to the River Kwai, Kanchanaburi (Meal=D)

An early morning start at 7 am. Drive to Kanchanaburi, approximately 2 hours drive from Bangkok.

Visit Thailand–Burma Railway Museum, View the artifacts, stories, dioramas, and history as told in the two-story museum. View info boards about the timelines of events, medical aspects, a summary of deaths, planning construction, and logistics, etc.

visit Kanchanaburi war cemetery, The Cemetery is the main prisoner of war cemetery for victims of Japanese imprisonment while building the Burma Railway. Visit The bridge over the River Kwai, you will visit and walk over the famous bridge built by the POWS and view where B24 Liberators from the USAF blew it up on November 1, 1944

Experience a train ride on the old-style train, which is complete with wooden benches and open windows for a breeze from River Kwai Bridge to Tham Kra Sae. train stop at the restaurant features a scenic overlook on the now peaceful River Kwai Situated on a river bend that cuts through the mountainside and a spectacular wooden viaduct built by the POWS.  Drive to Phu Takian pier for a long-tailed motorboat ride to your hotel on the Kwai River.

Visit the Mon Village located nearby the resort

The Mon are an ethnic group who inhabit Lower Myanmar’s Mon State, Kayin State, Kayah State, Tanintharyi Region, Bago Region, the Irrawaddy Delta, and several areas in Thailand. *Dinner will be provided by the resort*

Hotel: River Kwai Jungle Rafts Resort. (3-star)-floating bamboo raft rooms https://www.riverkwaijunglerafts.com/

Day 7Kanchanaburi Tours (Meal=B)

Breakfast is provided by the hotel. Early check-out at 8 am. Today’s activities.

Visit the Hellfire Pass Memorial Museum. Hellfire Pass is the name of a railway cutting on the former Burma Railway (“Death Railway”) in Thailand which was built with forced labor during the Second World War. The pass is noted for the harsh conditions and heavy loss of life suffered by its laborer during construction. Hellfire Pass is so-called because the sight of emaciated prisoners laboring at night by torchlight was said to resemble a scene from hell.!

Erawan National Park. Erawan Waterfall is recognized as one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Thailand.

Erawan has seven separate tiers and is part of a national park of the same name. The entire length of the seven tiers spans approximately 1,500 m through the thick rainforest of the park. Drive to the city of Kanchanaburi for overnight stay.

Hotel in Kanchanaburi: Pung-Waan Resort and Spa (4-star)-Superior room https://pungwaanspa.pungwaanriverkwai.com

Day 8Kanchanabari-Ayutthaya historical city-Phitsanulok (Meal=B)

Breakfast is provided by the hotel.

08.30 am Drive to Ayutthaya historical park, around 2.5 hours on the scenic route.

Ayutthaya is one of the UNESCO World Heritage sites, the former capital of Thailand from 1350 which was invaded and destroyed by the invader in 1776.  Many ruins of temples indicated how important the city was in the past.
You will visit famous ruins of the temple, like Wat Chai Watta Ram, a 35-meter in high prang tower in Khmer (Cambodian) style, one of Ayutthaya’s best known temples.

Wat PhraSriSanPhet, or temple of the holy standing Buddha, was said to be the holiest temple on the site of the old Royal Palace in Thailand’s ancient capital of Ayutthaya until the downfall of the Kingdom in 1767.
Wat Mongkol Bophit, a massive Buddha image at the image hall nearby. Drive on to Phitsanulok for an overnight stay

Hotel in Phitsanuloke: Top Land hotel (4-star) Superior room http://www.toplandhotel.com/

Day 9Phitsanulok-Sukhothai-Lam Pang (Meal=B)

Breakfast is provided by the hotel.

08.30 am check out and visit WatPhraSiRattanaMahathat, a temple built in the 13th century, and its impressive Buddha Jinaraj which is said to be one of the most beautiful Buddha statues in Thailand.

Drive on to Sukhothai historic town which the city was the first capital of the Kingdom of Thailand and is considered to be the cradle of Thai culture. Explore the ruins of Sukhothai by bicycle, you’ll see the ruins of elegant chedis and standing Buddhas that dated back to the 13th century.

Visit Wat Mahathat, considered the magical and spiritual center of the Kingdom, and visit a few other sites in the Historical Park before driving on to Lam Pang City for an overnight stay. Once arrived in Lampang city. You will visit Baan Sao Nak It is an ancient wooden house. Since there are up to 116 planks of teakwood posts, this house is named “Baan Sao Nak.” The word “Nak,” in the local language, means “many.” This house was built in 1895.

Hotel in Lam Pang: Wienglakor Hotel (4-star) http://lampangwienglakor.com/

Day 10Lam Pang- Doi Khun Tan National Park-Chiang Mai (Meal=B)

Breakfast is provided by the hotel and then drive on to Doi Khun Tan National Park.

Visit Khun Tan Tunnel, the longest of Thailand’s seven railway tunnels,1362 meters long. Construction began in 1907.

Doi Khun Tan National Park, the tranquil national park is home to various plants. A nature trail for hiking is optional. Late afternoon. We will visit Wat Phra That Hariphunchai, an old Buddhist temple in Lamphun en-route to Chiangmai. The temple’s origins date back to the 11th century but the central stupa is thought to originate in the 9th century. Hotel in Chiangmai:  to be advised

Day 11Chiang Mai City Tours (Meal=B)

Breakfast is provided by the hotel. Today’s activities in Chiangmai. Visit Chaing Mai’s landmark.

Wat Phra That Doi Suthep Temple, 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 1,500 feet above sea level.

Visit Old Chiangmai with its magnificent temples, such as Wat Pra Singha, the temple’s signature Lanna-style roofs, and perhaps the second most venerated temple in Chiang Mai after Wat Phra That Doi Suthep.

Wat Je Dee Lung, the temple of a great Stupa with its height of 80 meters.

Hotel in Chiangmai:  to be advised

Day 12Chiang Mai surrounding tours (Meal=B)

Breakfast is provided by the hotel. Activity for the Morning session;

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.

Attraction offering elephant shows, elephant painting & experiences such as bathing & riding.

Activity for the Afternoon session

visits SanKampangand Bo Sang Village.

It is an Umbrella Making Centre that was established in the year 1978.

It is the largest handicraft in Chiang Mai. Here you can see many Gems, Thai silk, Umbrellas, lacquerware, and wood shops. Farewell Evening of Chiangmai with Khantoke Dinner & traditional Lanna Dance, a cultural experience combined with the local style of Lanna’s food.

Hotel in Chiangmai:  to be advised

Day 13Chiang Mai surrounding tours (Meal=B)

Breakfast is provided by the hotel. Leave the hotel at 8 am. Drive to Doi Inthanon National Park and its peak Doi Inthanon which is the highest peak of Thailand with an elevation of 2565 meters above sea level. The visit will also include the temples and the waterfall in the national park. Return to Chiangmai and take the overnight sleeper train to Bangkok, departing Chiangmai at 18.00 hr.

Overnight on the train.

Day 14Bangkok

The train will arrive in Bangkok at 06.00 hr. in the morning from Chiangmai. Your driver will pick you up at the Central train station in Bangkok and drive on to Hua Hin or another beach location

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