Bangkok • Chiang Mai • Beyond
Bangkok Thailand Vacation Road Trip
Tour Name: Thai Culture and History Road Trip
Day 1 : Bangkok-Ayuttaya-Loburi-Phitsanulok (-/L/-)
7.30 am Pick up from Hotel Bangkok (Advise ***)
Visit the Summer Palace at Bang Pa-in. Then, continue visiting the Temple Phranang Choeng, Yai Chai Mongkol Temple and the Ayutthaya Historical Park world heritage. Transfer to visit shrines and Lopburi style of Khmer, with a stop at Phra Sam Yot. After lunch, continue to Phitsanulok. Check in Phitsanulok hotel.
Accommodation: Aiyara Grand / Superior room or similar
Day 2 : Phitsanulok-Sukhothai (B/L/-)
8.30 am Leave Hotel
Depart for farming and activates
Good morning. This one day program is recommended for those seeking knowledge about farming in the old days and the growing of organic vegetables in short.
09.00 - 10.30 am Welcome with rice grass leave beverage, Orientation about the project, Walk around the surrounding area of welcome and demonstration.
10.30 - 12.00 am Observe the project from a driven car starting from cattle pen organic field, vegetable garden and fruit orchard , lotus pond and swan pool, fertilizer fermentation site, and rice mill.
12.00 - 13.00 pm Lunch at Khao Hom Sukho Shop
13.00 - 15.00 pm Change for working in the demonstration field starting with using buffalo for ploughing, transplanting; harvesting with scythe, treshing, and milling.
15.00 - 15.20 pm Clean up and refresh with rice grass leave ice cream
15.20 - 15.30 pm Plant vegetable and learn how to take care of vegetable without using chemicals, Pick up fresh vegetables to take home
15.30 Change the cloth and ready for cycling in Historical park
Sukhothai Historical Park, whose remains have been classified as World Heritage of Humanity. This magnificent site is easily accessible by bike, this is how we suggest you to visit (if you still have energy to bike). Go to Wat Sri Chum and Wat Srisawai.
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch
Accommodation: Le Charm Sukhothai (or similar)
Day 3 : Sukhothai – Lampang – Phayoa - Chiang rai (B/L/-)
Continue drive to Lampang, the only city in the country where horse carts still provide public transportation, and we have a short carriage ride on the local market to Baan Sao Nak - drawn carriage.
Baan Sao Nak was designed in a combination of northern Thai and Burmese architectures. The verandah around the house shows a distinct Burmese architecture, while the roofs and general structures are typical Lanna Thai. The wonder of the house is that it is supported by 116 teak pillars. Ban Sao Nak has become one of the tourist attractions in Lampang. Antiques collections are shown together with a souvenir shop selling handicraft products.
And then visit Lampang Luang temple, the most sacred temple and stunning view.
Drive from Lampang to Chiang rai along the way stop at Payao to see the biggest lake of Thailand then continue drive to Chiang rai. Upon arrival meet with our tour guide then transfer to Hotel.
Chiang Rai is the capital of Chiang Rai province, in Northern Thailand founded in 1262 by King Meng Rai and was the first capital of Lanna Thai (Kingdom of a Million Rice fields). The province contains Thailand's northernmost point at Mae Sai which is well known for its crisp mountain scenery, and hill tribes. North Chiang Rai falls within the main commercial centre of the region known as the Golden Triangle, the area where the borders of Thailand, Myanmar and Laos converge that is an excellent base for exploring the region.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Accommodation: Laluna Hotel & Resort or similar
Day 4 : Chiang rai – Chiang mai (B/-/-)
Morning take an exciting excursion to Mae Sa – the border of Thai and Burma for a visit to Tha Chilek. After finishing formalities, cross the Sae River into Tha Chilek – Burma border town where you can witness local Burmese life nearby village. Take a tricycle ride to explore Tha Chilek with its Shan-style temples. Then ride around the town through lanes and side streets, ending at the local market, famous for products from Southern China, Laos and Burma and spend a couple of hours. Have Lunch at Local restaurant then
(Guest to carry passport along!!! It is your own expense for visa if you wish to across the border)
Drive to visit the world famous Golden Triangle, where the borders of three countries meet – Thailand, Laos and Myanmar. Then, visit the Hall of Opium – an insightful. Then drive straight to the Baan Yapa Hill tribe Village (or Baan Kao San) where you have a chance to visit Long-necked Karen Tribe, Lahu Tribe, Pa Long Hill-Tribe, Akha and Yao Hill Tribe.
Continue trip to Chiang mai for 2 hours ride
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Accommodation: Empress / Superior
Day 5 : Chiang mai Tour – Elephant ride and Doi Suthep for Sunset (B/L/-)
After breakfast, head out on an excursion to visit an elephant working site located at Mea Taman, Chiang Dao District, approximately 70km from Chiang Mai.
Upon arrival, visit the elephant working camp and see the talent show from Elephants. Next, enjoy an exciting trek on an elephant back around camp through the jungle and along the river. Also have a chance to walk around the Lisu village in the jungle and see some product that made in their village. Lunch is on site at the camp.
Afterwards, board bamboo rafts along a very picturesque stretch of the Mea Ping River to see the beautiful scenery down the river. The rafting lasts about an hour but depends on the depth of the water and the speed of the current.
Drive through different parts of the city, passing old city walls, gates and city moat, markets, residential areas, foreign consulates, government buildings and Tapae, Chiang Mai's main street.
Drive up Doi (Mount ) Suthep to visit Wat Phrathad Doi Suthep ( A . D .1384) 3500 feet above sea - level, the most sacred temple in Northern Thailand, containing a holy relic of Lord Buddha, with a challenging flight of over 300 steps, flanked by enormous mythological Nagas. A panoramic view of the city can be seen from here . Then visit Wat Jed Yod (A.D.1455) with its seven - spire stupa.
Accommodation: Empress / Superior
Day 6 : Sangkampeang – and Silver crave village (B/L/-)
Visit Sankampaeng District is the handicraft center which is the largest and most popular local handicraft factories. San Kampaeng Road. Both sides of the road are lined with factories and showrooms and observe the handicraft on Lacquer ware, Silverware, Hand-woven Silk and Cotton, Teak wood carving, Silver factory, Leather, delicate ceramics and celadon pottery kilns and world famous for cotton umbrellas and paper parasols hand painted in varieties of designs. A special visit is made to Bor-Sang, a traditional umbrella-making village, where you can see the local people making umbrella or paper parasols in a variety of pretty floral and animal designs.
Continue to wood elephant carving museum and Silver temple (Wat Srisupan) to observe craftsman and artist life
Continue to airport for flight to next destination. **** TOUR END***
Day 7 : Chiang mai – Bangkok (-/-/-)
Tour guide and driver travel to Bangkok
Valid : 01/10/2011-31/10/2014 for green (low)seasonRates per person in Thai Baht
With 2 minimum Adult Travelers for twin sharing basis (Check exchange rate)
|Hotel class||2 person||3-5 Person||6-7 Person||Single Supplement|
|Tour + 3 star||39,200||30,000||23,000||5,700|
Additional charge for hight and peak season is apply, we can inform you once you have travel date set
Please note this program adjustable, we can change to more economical hotel than program above
Bangkok Thailand Tour : Hotel list
|Bangkok Thailand Tour : Destination||Bangkok Thailand Tour : 3 star hotel name or similar|
|Sukhothai||Le Charm Sukhothai|
|Chiang Rai||Laluna Hotel Resort|
Bangkok Thailand Tour : TERMS & CONDITIOS
- The package prices quoted per person are in Thai Baht based on twin share, including a private round trip airport transfer by air-conditioned car or minibus.
- The prices are subjected change due to period of peak season(Dec 20 - Jan 10), long weekend, or festivals.
- prices are subjected change due to period of High season of each destination ( Phuket November – April ) Samui (Jan- Apr, Jul, Aug, Dec )
- Single Supplement will be charged for staying in single room
Bangkok Thailand Tour : PACKAGE PRICES INCLUDED
- Accommodate in hotel as listed or equivalence based on twin sharing.
- One way Airport transfer in Chiang mai
- Meals as indicated on the itinerary (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner) .
- Sightseeing as the itinerary including admission fee as stated in program.
- English speaking local guide during the tours
- Accidental insurance for this trip (please inform all passengers name so we can apply insurance for your group)
- Private car/Van during the tour and hotel pick up and drop off
- Credit card Charge
- Room for Tour guide
Bangkok Thailand Tour : THE PRICES EXCLUDED
- Other meals than those mentioned in the program.
- Government VAT
- Domestic or international flight
- Personal items & hotel incidental charges.
- Personal drinks at the meal.
- Gratuities to the guide, driver and hotel's porter.
- Visa fee
- Third language speaking guide charge extra 700 Baht/day
- Immigration fee
- Please note this program adjustable, we can change to more economical hotel and lower cost air fare than program above
- This package is request 50 % of total rate for deposit once to secure the booking after all service confirm. The balance payment will be made on arrival.
See terms and conditions for this package, click here.
Join Tour – Please note that join tour or coach tour will pick you up at hotel lobby, please be on time and if they pick up late 5 minutes, please call us or our tour operators as reference number on voucher
Grand Palace – Please do not ware sleeveless shirt, and short pants, breeches, knee breeches, paddle pant
Temple – It is recommended not to ware tang top and micro or mini pants or skirt to visit temple
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