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                  Package Around Thailand  
     
     
  Thailand World Heritage Package  
     
 
Day 1 Arrive Bangkok
Meals: none
Meet upon arrival by your private guide and driver. Transfer to the hotel.
Overnight at
Royal Princess Lan Luang  (Superior room)

Day 2 Bangkok
Meals: B, L
Today you will visit the most important temples of Bangkok. After being picked up from the hotel by your guide, you will drive to the Grand Palace and Wat Phra Keaw. As you wander around this amazing temple complex, your guide will explain the history and importance of this most important Thai heritage site. Next, you will walk to the nearby Wat Po. This ancient temple houses a giant Reclining Buddha - at 46-meters long and 15 meters high, truly an incredible sight!
Lunch will be taken at the Deck. After lunch visit the Bangkok National Museum. This museum contains artefacts from Ayuthaya and Sukhotai, amongst others. The Museum is closed on Monday and Tuesday.
The rest of the afternoon you are free at leisure.
Overnight at
Royal Princess Lan Luang

Day 3 Bangkok - Ayuthaya

Meals:  B, L
You will be picked up by your guide and driver from your hotel in Bangkok. Drive to Bang Pa In. Visit the Summer Palace at Bang Pa-in. The manicured grounds hold a variety of buildings in different architectural styles. The Chinese Pavilion, donated in the late 19th century by the Chinese Chamber of Commerce is one of the highlights of the visit. Afterwards, board a longtail boat for a scenic 45-minute river trip to Wat Phananchoeng in Ayuthaya.
Ayuthaya is the first UNESCO World Heritage site you will visit on this tour
After the demise of Sukhothai in the 14th century Ayuthaya become the political centre of Siam. Wat Phananchoeng holds a giant sitting Buddha statue, while its walls are filled with hundreds of smaller statues. Visit Wat Chai Mongkol, famous for its leaning Chedi and Buddha galleries, before lunch at a riverside restaurant. In the afternoon visit the Ayuthaya Study Center (closed on Monday and Tuesday) or Wat Ratburana, as well as Wat Sri Sanpet and Wat Phra Mahatat before returning to Bangkok, where you will arrive in the late afternoon. This evening is free at your leisure.
Overnight at
Pludhaya Resort and Spa, Ayuthaya   (Lagoon Villa)

Day 4 Ayuthaya - Kamphaeng Phet - Sukhothai
Meals: B, L
Drive to Kamphaeng Phet. The historical parks of Kamphaeng Phet, Sukhotai and Sri Satchanalai together form the UNESCO World Heritage Site Historic Town of Sukhothai and Associated Historic Towns.
In Kamphaeng Phet you will visit Wat Phra Keow and Wat Phra Tat. After lunch continue to Sukhotai.  In 1238, Sukhothai became the first truly independent Thai kingdom. Historical artifacts have shown that Thai culture originated in Sukhothai, in particular the Thai language and alphabet. You will start your visit at the Ramkamhaeng Museum. After this you visit the adjacent Wat Mahathat by foot.
You will tour the historical park either by car of bicycle. You will visit Wat Chang Lom, Wat Phra Phai Luang and Wat Si Chum. Transfer to your resort.
Overnight at
The Legendha, Sukhothai   (Superior room)

Day 5 Sukhothai - Sri Satchanalai - Lampang - Chiang Mai

Meals: B
This morning depart for Lampang and Chiang Mai. You will visit the Sri Satchanalai Historical Park along the way as well as the Sawankalok Kilns. We visit Sri Satchanalai and the Sawankalok Kilns, where celadon ceramics where made centuries ago following a process still used in this day and age.
Continue to Lampang is the only place in Thailand where horse-drawn carriages are still used as public transport. Continue to Wat Lampang Luang, one of the most impressive temples of Northern Thailand. Continue to Chiang Mai. Drop off at your hotel.
Overnight at
Rimping Village   (Superior room)

Day 6 Chiang Mai
Meals: B
This morning at 08:00 start your day tour of highlights of Chiang Mai and its surroundings. Chiang Mai was founded in 1296 by King Mengrai and became part of the Lanna Thai kingdom in the 14th century. Start your tour with a visit to one of the towns oldest temples, the well-preserved Wat Phra Singh, a pefect example of Lanna Thai architecture. Then drive up to the Doi Suthep, a 1600 meter high mountain towering over Chiang Mai. Visit the Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, a beautiful temple from which one has a fantastic view over the city.
This afternoon stop at the Tribal Museum, an interesting exposition where one can learn more about the various minorities that live in this mountainous region. Later today visit few of handicraft workshops along the road to San Kampaeng, such a silk weaving, umbrella making, silver smiths and laquerware.
Return to your hotel in the late afternoon.
Overnight at Rimping Village

Day 7 Chiang Mai - Bangkok - Udon Thani - Nongkhai
Meals: B 
Transfer to the airport.
Fly Chiang Mai to Bangkok on TG 103 1000-1120
Fly Bangkok to Udon Thani on TG 010 1330-1435
Drive to Phuprabhat Historical park. This Historical Park is on the tentative list of UNESCO World Heritage sites.
It is one of the most extraordinary sites in Thailand, filled with many huge & strange mushroom-like rock formations, which bear carvings and cave paintings dating back more than 3000 years.
>From the cliff Phra Sadej you can see all the way over the hills, across the Maekong flood plain, and on to the mountains of Laos some 70 km away to the north west. This vista of unspoilt verdant green countryside with the Maekong river running through, is quite simply breathtaking. Today you will also visit the temple of Butta Bat Bua Bok. The main Taat (reliquary) covers the foot print of Buddha, an amazing 1.5 metres long, said to have been cast during the Lord Buddha's perambulations in ancient times. Continue to Nongkhai
Overnight at
Nongkhai Grand Hotel.   (Superior room)

Day 8 Nongkhai - Udon Thani

Meals: B
Drive to Ban Chiang. Take the scenic route along the Mekong River. Stop at Sala Kaewkoo along the way.  Ban Chiang is an archeological site located in Nong Han district, Udon Thani Province, Thailand. It has been on the UNESCO world heritage list since 1992.
Discovered in 1966, the site attracted enormous publicity due to its attractive red painted pottery. Villagers had uncovered some of the pottery in prior years without insight into its age or historical importance.  During the first formal scientific excavation in 1967, several skeletons, together with bronze grave gifts, were unearthed. Rice fragments have also been found, leading to the belief that the Bronze Age settlers were probably farmers. The site's oldest graves do not include bronze artifacts and are therefore from a Neolithic culture; the most recent graves date to the Iron Age.
Overnight at the Centara Udonthani Hotel (Superior room)  (former Charoen Sri Grand Royal Hotel)   
Day 9 Udon Thani - Khao Yai National Park
Meals: B
This morning, you will begin with a visit to Prasart Phimai, Thailand's most important Khmer monument. Phimai is on the tentative list of UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Where most Khmer temples were built to honor Hindu gods, Phimai was built as a Mahayana Buddhist temple. As part of your visit to Phimai, you will stop at the Mahawirawong National Museum to see its good collection of Khmer art objects. From Khorat, you head to Prasat Hin Phimai National Historical Park, and its museum with a stone sculpture of the Angkor King Jayavarman VII and other Khmer sculptures.
Continue to Khao Yai National Park, part of the Dong Phayayen-Khao Yai Forest Complex, in 2005 inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Dong Phayayen-Khao Yai Forest Complex spans 230 km between Ta Phraya National Park on the Cambodian border in the east, and Khao Yai National Park in the west. The site is home to more than 800 species of fauna, including 112 mammal species (among them two species of gibbon), 392 bird species and 200 reptile and amphibian species. It is internationally important for the conservation of globally threatened and endangered mammal, bird and reptile species, among them 19 that are vulnerable, four that are endangered, and one that is critically endangered. The area contains substantial and important tropical forest ecosystems, which can provide a viable habitat for the long-term survival of these species.
Close to the resort you can watch sunset as bats leave a nearby cave for the evening.
Overnight at the
Juldis Resort.  (Deluxe room)

Day 10 Khao Yai National Park
Meals: B
This morning a very early start, possibly at daybreak, is recommended. It is the best time to see wildlife in Khao Yai, Thailand oldest and covering 2172 sq. km, the second largest National Park in Thailand. Frequently seen are the Pig Tailed Macaque, Deer, Elephants and different Hornbills. Tiger, Gaur and the Asiatic Bear are amongst the variety of mammals that are rarely spotted by the casual visitor. You will also hear the whooping of the gibbons.
Spend the full day in the park exploring its many nature trails.
Return to your accommodations later this afternoon.
Overnight at the
Juldis Resort.

Day 11 Khao Yai National Park - Bangkok
Meals: B
Drive back to Bangkok. Enter the park again and drive to the south exit. Along the way visit the Haew Narok waterfall. Continue to Bangkok
Afternoon free at
your leisure.
Overnight at Royal Princess Lan Luang  (Superior room)

Day 12 Depart Bangkok

Meals: B
Check out at noon.
Transfer to the airport.
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  KHAO YAI-ISAN PACKAGE / 10 DAYS  
     
 
Day 1 :  Arrive Bangkok.  
Arrive Suvarnabhumi airport, our English speaking guide waiting meet & greet group at meeting point, and transfer to your hotel.  - Accommodation

Day 2 :  Bangkok-  City Tours  ( B )
Breakfast at hotel  
Morning visit The Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew (the Temple of the Emerald Buddha) – Together, these two sites form what many consider the greatest spectacle for visitors to Bangkok. Dating back to 1782 (when Bangkok was founded), the entire compound consists of over 100 brightly colored buildings, golden spires and glittering mosaics. Because of its popularity, this destination is often extremely crowded, but still an essential part of any trip to Bangkok.

Presently, the Grand Palace is used for the occasional ceremony and is no longer the royal residence (the present King Bhumibol lives in Chitralada Palace, located in Bangkok's nearby Dusit district). The interiors of most of the buildings in the Grand Palace are closed to the public

Wat Phra Kaew adjoins the Grand Palace in a common compound and is the home of the country's most famous Buddha statue (also known as the Emerald Buddha). This important figure has a long and interesting history that is tied to the royal family and once resided in nearby Wat Arun. It is relatively small (about 66cm) and is situated in a high position in the Wat to signify its important status in the Thai kingdom

Wat Po (the Temple of the Reclining Buddha) - Bangkok’s largest temple is most famous as the home a giant reclining Buddha statue (45 meters long), but there is also much more to see here. Four large Chedis (and 73 small ones) 394 Buddha statues, and a Bodhi-tree are situated throughout the compound and about 300 monks reside in the monastery.

PM: Start Klongs (canals) of Thonburi situated on the west side of the river from Bangkok.  This is an excellent chance to observe and photograph the serene family homes and temples along the waterways, all of which helped gave the city the nickname of “Venice of the East.”    We will pass the famous Royal Barges, excellent samples of Thai craftsmanship.  Stop at Wat Arun, the Temple of Dawn, which 79 m spire silhouette has become so identified with Bangkok.  There will be ample opportunity to photograph the magnificent multi-colored porcelain-studded towers.    After tour transfer back to hotel. - Accommodation

Day 3 : Bangkok – Damnern Saduak – Vimanmek Palace – Bangkok ( B/D )
Breakfast at hotel  
This tour will take you to the un-spoilt rural floating market of Damnern Saduak, situated 110 km west of Bangkok. Your journey commences with a leisurely drive past rice paddies and salt fields. Arriving at the jetty, you board long-tailed boats and cruise through the many small canals that makes up the market at Damnern Saduak. Here, you will be fascinated by boats of various shapes and sizes used by local merchants to ferry their goods. 

Vimanmek Palace, the Palace in the clouds, a three-storey mansion originally built in 1868 as a summer house on the island of Ko Si Chang. It was moved to Dusit Hall in 1901 and, quite understandably, soon became King RamaV’s favourite place, being used as the royal residence between 1902 and 1906. It was closed down in 1935 and remained in this state until Her Majesty Queen Sirikit re-opened it in 1982 as a museum to mark Bangkok’s bicentennial celebration. With its European style, Vimanmek Palace was built according to Thai Traditional, using golden teak wood and not a single nail, Teak wood contains a special oil which makes it resistant to heat and heavy rains, and which also acts as an insect repellent. Amongst the possessions of Rama V on display is Thailand’s first indoor bathroom and the oldest typewriter with Thai characters, as well as Thai ceramics, European furniture, precious China and lovely portraits.  

EVE.  Thai Dinner & Dances at Silom Village
Enjoy a leisurely evening with a delicious genuine Thai dinner, set in a delightful Thai atmosphere.  The meal is accompanied by Thai classical music and dances.  The dancers with their beautiful glittering costumes and exquisite graceful movement will stay in your memory forever.   - Accommodation 

Day 4 : Bangkok – Ayuthaya by boat ( B / L )
Breakfast at hotel

By luxury boat Pearl of Siam from Bangkok to Ayuthaya.  En route, observe the scenic beauty and friendliness of the canal folks.  Lunch on board.

Arrive Ayuthaya the former capical of Thailand, visit Wat Srisanpetch, Wat Yai Chai Mongkon,and another of Ayuthaya’s most beautiful temples as Wat Chai Wattanaram,  then visit Bang Pa In, the former summer residend of the kings of Ayutthaya built in the 18th century.  There we will visit the Royal Palace, the Thai pavilion, the Chinese-style Palace Vihat Chamrun with their trimmed bushes in elephant shapes  - Accommodation

Day 5 : Ayuthaya – Khao Yai National Park  ( B / L / D )
Breakfast at hotel

Depart Ayuthaya to Khao Yai National Park with lunch en route.    After lunch, set out on a roadside birding tour in the area of the headquarters and take a short easy walk through the grassland habitat of Nong Phak Chi for birding and on the lookout for some of the other wildllife that inhabits the park. Possible sightings include Wild Dog, Sambar Deer, Stock billed-Kingfisher, Bright-capped Cisticola, Hill Myna and Wreathed Hornbill. After dinner, we head out on a nighttime spotlighting trip on the look out for deer, civet, porcupine, slow loris and possibly elephant.

Eve. Dinner cook by local guide.

Overnight: Tent at campsite.

Day 6 : Khao Yai National Park  ( B/ L / D )
Breakfast cook by local guide.

Spend the morning birding in some of Khao Yai’s best evergreen forest. Look out for Red-headed Trogon, Slaty-backed Forktail, Blue Pitta, Greater Flameback, Dusky Broadbill, Banded Broadbill, Blue-winged Leafbird, Green Magpie, White-crested Laughingthrush and many more.   Picnic lunch will be provided.

In the late afternoon, head to a limestone cave just outside the park to witness thousands of Wrinkle-lipped Bats stream out to start their nocturnal foraging.

Eve. Dinner cook by local guide

Overnight:    Tent at campsite.

Day 7 :  Khao Yai - Korat  (B / L )
Breakfast cook by local guide

Following a full morning of great birding, depart the park at 11.00 hrs for the transfer to Korat

Upon arrival Korat drive to Dusit Princess Korat Hotel for check-in and lunch.

Afternoon visit to Pimai Historical Park and discovered Khmer temples, which form "Angkor Wat" inhabitant of Thailand.    After tours, transfer back to hotel - Accommodation  

Day 8:  Korat – Phnom Wan - Phanom Rung – Muang Tam – Surin  (B/L)
Breakfast at hotel

Depart Korat to visit the circuit for the impressive Khmer temples of Prasat Phnom Wan, Prasat Phnom Rung Historical Park with its its well-known Prasat Hin Pahom Rung, located on the top of the Phanom Rung Mount.  It is thought that it was originally built in the 12th century A.D., now partially restored in its original state and Prasat Hin Muang Tam, located near by and believe to have been constructed in the 11th century.  Both temples resemble the Ankor temple ruins and complexes, located in Cambodia.    Lunch at a local restaurant en route.       Arrive Surin and check-in at hotel.

Accommodation

Day 9:  Surin - Ubon Ratchathani  ( B/L)
Breakfast at hotel

Drive to Ubon Ratchathani, visit Kaeng Tana National Park, the general landscape is highland with small hill, and is passed by Moon and Khong rivers. There are many under water caves so lots of fish are living here. In the middle of Khong river there is a large rock as an island.  Lunch at local restaurant.

Visit Pha Taem National Park, a prehistoric rock painting, aged 3,000-4,000 years.  From the Mekong

river, a high and naturally beautiful cliff can be seen. At the cliff exist ancient colored paintings prehistoric men spreading about 180 meters across the length of the cliff. The number of the pictures is not less than 300, which is the highest number of ancient colored paintings found so far in Thailand and overseas. The pictures can be divided into five major groups: people growing rice, animals, hands, geometrical signs, and Toom (a fishing instrument of fishermen along the Mekong river).   After tours, drive back to hotel  - Accommodation.

Day 10 : Ubon Ratchathani – Bangkok    ( B )
After breakfast free at leisure until time for transfer to Ubon Ratchathani airport for flight to Bangkok. 
 
 
 
 
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  THAILAND AROUND NORTH 10 DAYS  
     
 
Day 01 Arrival Bangkok    
Pick up from airport and transfer to hotel  
Day 02 Bangkok
Breakfast at hotel

a.m. Half Day Klong Tour + Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun)
Cruise in a comfortable motorboat along the Chao Phraya River and the small canals of Thonburi. En-route you will be treated to a view of Thai life-style along the riverbanks (the Bangkok people still depend on the waterways to transport their merchandise).   On your return journey, enjoy a visit to the ‘Temple of Dawn’, which stands beside the Chao Phraya River. The 82 metres tall temple is composed of a brick core embedded with millions of fragments of Chinese porcelain.
 
p.m. Half Day Grand Palace & Wat Po 
The Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew (the Temple of the Emerald Buddha) – Together, these two sites form what many consider the greatest spectacle for visitors to Bangkok. Dating back to 1782 (when Bangkok was founded), the entire compound consists of over 100 brightly colored buildings, golden spires and glittering mosaics. Because of its popularity, this destination is often extremely crowded, but still an essential part of any trip to Bangkok.

Presently, the Grand Palace is used for the occasional ceremony and is no longer the royal home (the present King Bhumibol lives in Chitralada Palace, located in Bangkok's nearby Dusit district). The interiors of most of the buildings in the Grand Palace are closed to the public Wat Phra Kaew adjoins the Grand Palace in a common compound and is the home of the country's most famous Buddha statue (also known as the Emerald Buddha). This important figure has a long and interesting history that is tied to the royal family and once resided in nearby Wat Arun. It is relatively small (about 66 centimeters) and is situated in a high position in the Wat to signify its important status in the Thai kingdom

Wat Po (the Temple of the Reclining Buddha) - Bangkok’s largest temple is most famous as the home of a giant reclining Buddha statue (45 meters long), but there is also much more to see here. Four large Chedis (and 73 small ones) 394 Buddha statues, and a Bodhi tree are situated throughout the compound and about 300 monks live in the monastery.

Wat Saket is an undistinguished temple except for the Golden Mountain (Phu Khao Thong), on the West side of the grounds. The steep climb up the Golden Mountain puts everything back in perspective and offers views over Rattanakosin Island that are simply stunning. The artificial hill was created when a large Chedi under construction by King Rama III collapsed because the soft soil beneath would not support it. The resulting mud-and-brick hill was left to sprout weeds until King Rama IV built a small Chedi on its crest.

Accommodation at  Rembrandt Bangkok Hotel  (Superior room)

Day 03 Bangkok 
Breakfast at hotel

Full Day Damnoen Saduak Floating Market & Rose Garden Shows with Lunch
Floating Market – Located at Ratchaburi Province, the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market dates back to 1866 when King Rama IV ordered that a canal 32 kilometers long be dug at Damnoen Saduak to connect the Mae Klong and Tacheen Rivers (his reason for doing so lies in the fact that the quality of the soil on the banks of the canal is excellent for growing many kinds of fruits and vegetables including Malacca grape, Chinese grapefruit, mangos, bananas, and coconuts). The Floating Market is an ideal place for tourists to see the old style and traditional way of selling and buying fruits, vegetables and other from small boats. Tourists will also be able to see traditional Thai houses and the way locals use boats in their everyday lives.

Rose Garden & The Thai Village Cultural Show – This is an wonderful opportunity to witness the unique and unforgettable experience of the world-renowned Thai Village Cultural Show. Each day, over 100 performers vividly portray a fascinating cross section of Thailand’s culture, heritage and way of life. The 60 minute, action-packed show also is highlighted by exciting displays of Thai marital arts, Thai boxing and sword fighting-combat skills, some of which date back over 600 years. Also featured are romantic and joyful rituals of the traditional Thai wedding ceremony, the rich pageantry of Buat Naag (the ceremony of ordination into the Buddhist monk hood). Lively tribal dancers entertain the crowds with the rhythmic Bamboo Dance, the graceful Fingernail Dance from the North, the Kala Dance from the South and the joyful Yoev Dance from the Central Plains. Additionally, elephants can be seen working as they still do in the teak forests of Northern Thailand.

Accommodation at Rembrandt Bangkok Hotel (Superior room)

Day 04 Bangkok – Ayuthaya    
Breakfast at hotel

We leave Bangkok in the morning, heading in northerly direction to Ayuthaya, which used to be the capital of Siam from 1350 to 1767.  The city was almost completely destroyed after an invasion by the Burmese in 1767 and today only the remains of the once so impressive temples and palaces remind us of its glorious past.  We will visit the gigantic bronze statues of Wat Mongkol  Borpitr, three ancient pagodas at Wat Phra Sri Sanpetch and Wat Panancherng.   Continue to visit the Summer Palace of the late King Rama V, commonly known as “Bang Pa-In”, which is another touch of beauty.    Then transfer to your hotel.

Accommodation at Kantary Ayuthaya Hotel (Studio room)

Day 05 Ayuthaya – Lopburi -  Phitsanulok – Sukhothai   
 
Breakfast at hotel

Depart Ayuthaya for Lopburi visit Phra Prang Sam Yod, a temple with three towers and impressive ornaments as well as the shrine of the Hindu Goddess Kali at the Sarn Phra Karn temple.   Lunch at a local restaurant We continue to travel further north towards Phitsanulok, an important traffic meeting point at the River Nan.  Many houseboats can be found along the river.

Visit of Phitsanulok’s Wat Maha Dhat with its famous shrine Phra Buddha Jinaraj.  The complex gives a good impression of the ancient religious Thai architecture.  Lunch at a local restaurant.  Proceed to Sukhothai to visit the old part of town and first capital (13th century) of the Thai Kingdom.   We enter these historic grounds through the Kampheng-Hak-Gate.  To protect the inner part of the city against enemy attacks, it was protected by three rows of earthen walls and two moats.  Old Sukhothai is one of Asia’s most important t historic sites and therefore under the supervision of UNESCO.  After a visit of the temples Wat Sra Sri, Wat Sri Chum,  then check into your Hotel.

Accommodation at Sukhothai Heritage Hotel (Superior room)

Day 06 Sukhothai – Payao - Chiang Rai  
Breakfast at hotel

This morning, we continue to Sri Satchanalai, the former sister town of Sukhothai, after that  drive further north to Chiang Rai via Payao.   Arrive Chiang Rai and check-in at your hotel.

Accommodation at Legeng Chiang Rai Boutique Hotel  (Superior Studio room)

Day 07 Chiang Rai 
Breakfast at hotel

Yao + Akha Hilltribe Village, Chiang Saen, Golden Triangle & Mae Sai Market

After breakfast, the visit to the Akha and Yao tribes, allow visitor’s to sample village of the lives of the Akha, who orginated from Tibet and are among the poorest of Thailand’s ethnic minorities.  The Yao are from China and are till influenced by Chinese traditions.  Going on to Chiang Saen, an ancient city (A.D. 1260) situated opposite Laos on the steep banks of the Mekong River. Next is a trip to the infamous ‘Golden Triangle’, the area where the borders of Thailand, Myanmar and Laos meet.  Proceeding to Mae Sai. This is the northern-most border trading town between Thailand and Myanmar and a place where you can shop for many interesting items from both countries.

Accommodation at  Legeng Chiang Rai Boutique Hotel  (Superior Studio room)

Day 07 Chiang Rai – Chiang Mai  
Breakfast at hotel

Depart Chiang Rai to Chiang Mai by road, crossing mountains and valleys. Enjoy picturesque landscapes, a rich source of forestry where you can enjoy its beauty scenery and atmosphere. First stop is Wiang Pa Pao, one of famous areas for a Hot Spring.  Arrive Chiang Mai, transfer to hotel.

Accommodation at Chiang Mai Plaza Hotel  (Deluxe room)

Day 08 Chiang Mai  
Breakfast at hotel

Full day Maetaman Elephant Camp + Elephant Riding + Bamboo Rafting

First stop is at beautiful Orchid nursery & Butterfly farms at Mae Sa district. Then, travel through the hilly, wooden area in the north of the city to see “Elephants at Work” at Mae Taman camp a lovely place behind the hills, after that you will experience elephant trekking across river and through the jungle for half-an hour. Then, Followed by another half hour Ox-Cart ride which gives you an insight into the life and surrounding of the village people. Lunch will be provided. Then you will start your next adventure with bamboo rafting down a 5 kms., stretch of the Mae Taeng River.

Accommodation at  Chiang Mai Plaza Hotel  (Deluxe room)
Day 09 Chiang Mai         
Breakfast at hotel

a.m. Half day Doi Suthep + White Meo Hilltribe Village

Tour different parts of the City, passing through old city walls, gates and city moat, market, residential areas, foreign Consulates, Government buildings and Tapae Chiangmai’s tourist attraction area. Then, drive up to Doi Suthep to visit Wat Phrathad Doi Suthep  (built in A.D. 1384). With its location of 3,500 feet above sea-level, we can see a panoramic view of Chiang Mai city. Wat Prathad Doi Suthep is the most sacred temple in Northern Thailand, containing a holy relic of Lord Buddha, and a challenging flight of over 300 walking steps, flanked by enormous mythological Nagas. Then, continue to visit White Meo Hilltribe Village.

p.m. Half day Local Handicraft Village
Visit Sankampaeng district for both shopping and sightseeing. There are a range to shops such as Thai Silk and cotton looms, Bo-Sang village where the paper and umbrella are made, the Celadon kilns, with its exquisite, traditional high fired stoneware, Lacquer ware, teakwood carving, jewelry, and silverware factories. You will experience the way craftsmen producing their crafts by hand from the beginning till the end.

Accommodation at  Chiang Mai Plaza Hotel  (Deluxe room)

Day 10 Chiang Mai – Departure       
Breakfast at hotel

Transfer from your hotel to Chiang Mai Airport for flight your departure flight.
 
     
 
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