8 Days to explore the most highlighted of Thailand:
Exotic Bangkok; Bang Pa-In; Sukhothai & Lampang;
peaceful and pretty Chiang Mai.
Our guide with flower
garland will pick you up at airport to transfer you to
Tower Club @ Lebua or Pensinula. After checking in at
the hotel, you will be brought a bottle of chilled
champagne in the room. Dinner at the top restaurant at
DAY 2: BANGKOK ORIENTATION
After breakfast gets you off
for a full day city tour of Bangkok. It begins with the
Trimitr Wat, the temple with the "Golden Buddha", a
Buddha statue made of 5.5 tons of pure gold. The journey
continues through Chinatown to the temple with the
reclining Buddha,Wat Pho. This temple was originally a
school for the traditional Thai - built massage. The Wat
Phra Keio and the Royal Palace is the next target. For
lunch you will stop off at a Thai restaurant by the
In the afternoon followed by a tour of the
canal khlongs of Thonburi, Bangkok's neighboring city
of. Overnight in Bangkok.
Optional with cruise
dinner: By 18:00 - to be picked up for dinner. Today it
goes to River City, a boat landing near the Royal Orchid
Sheraton Hotel. With a fully developed, large rice
barge, the "Wan Fah" take the next 2 hours on the Chao
Phaya River. While you enjoy your dinner on board the
Bootees to draw many beautiful buildings enlightened
past you. Return to your hotel about 22:00.
DAY 3: BANGKOK – DINNER
This day is at leisure. You
can go shopping to relax, or take other visits. We will
gladly make suggestions.
Around 17:30, you will be
picked up and taken to Ratchadapisek Road. After dinner
(international buffet) you will get to see the Siam
Niramit histories show. The 80-minute show takes
visitors on a journey into the mystical past of Thailand
and gives an insight into the cultural and historical
heritage of the country. With a total of 150 cast the
show with one of the world's largest stage productions.
The show is performed in three acts. The first part will
address the theme "Journey Back to History" and tells
the history of Siam, the Kingdom of Thailand. In the
second part is the theme of "Journey Beyond Imagination"
on the program. Here, the viewers learn more about the
relationships between the three worlds spiritual
paradise, hell and the world in between Himapaan. The
last act is entitled "Journey Through Joyous Festivals"
and gives an overview of the festivals and celebrations
that take place during the year. Overnight in Bangkok.
DAY 4: BANGKOK – AYUTHAYA –
At about 8 a.m, our guide
will pick you up at your hotel in Bangkok. First you
drive about 60 km north to Bang Pa-In, a former royal
palace, which is still regarded as a summer residence of
the king. With a motor boat then continue upstream to
the River Chaophaya to Ayuthaya, former capital of
Bangkok. Visit here, the most important temples that
were destroyed in 1767 by the Burmans. Among other
things, you see the Wat Phanan Choen, Wat Yai Mongkol
and Wat Rachaburana. You will have lunch at a Thai
restaurant a river. Continue through the Central Plains
and Nakhon Sawan via Singaburi up to Sukothai. Arrive in
Sukhothai in the late afternoon. Overnight at Resort at
Tharaburi Sukothai (Grand Deluxe room).
DAY 5: SUKHOTHAI – LAMPANG
Sukhothai was the first
capital city of the former Kingdom of Siam, at 13-14th
century. Visit the most ancient plants, such as Wat
Mahatat, Wat Sra Sri and Wat Si Sawai. Due to this huge
park you can either let the car drive through your
supervisor or rent bicycles. Then drive to Phitsanoloke.
Visit here Mahatat Wat, one of the most beautiful
temples in central Thailand. From Phitsanoloke it goes
north of Uttaradit, through the mountains up to Lampang.
Lunch is taken en route at a local restaurant. Overnight
at Lampang River Lodge (Deluxe Bungalow)
DAY 6: LAMPANG – CHIANG MAI
Near the city of Lampang is
a very typical for the north of Thailand's temples, Wat
Lampang Luang Phratat, which was mainly built of
teakwood. After another 20 km drive takes you to the
market Tungvien. Here the inhabitants of the surrounding
mountain villages and sell all kinds of exotic animals.
When you look at the Lampuhn Haripunchai Wat, one of the
oldest temples in northern Thailand. Arrive in Chiang
Mai around noon. Check the Bodhi Serene Hotel.
Afternoon drive to the craft villages of Borsang and San
Kamphaeng. We show you how Thai silk, teak wood
carvings, silverware, lacquer ware and umbrellas are
made. In the evening, a dinner will be held in Kantoke
Old Culture Center of Chiang Mai. You will get typical
dishes of Northern Thailand's pre-sets. The following
dances are also typical of Chiang Mai and its
surroundings. Overnight in a deluxe room at Bodhi Serene
DAY 7: CHIANG MAI CITY TOUR
Around 7.30, you are from
Chiang Mai in the north, to run in the 50 km distant in
Chiang Dao, where there is a, not so much by tourists
visited, the elephant camp. After a 30 minute elephant
show you will be riding on an elephant through the
jungle a short hours. With a bamboo raft to you is it
then a further hour on the narrow river rafting Maeping,
past a beautiful landscape (completely safe). Lunch on
the road, then drive back to Chiang Mai. Overnight at
Bodhi Serene Hotel.
DAY 8: CHIANG MAI – BANGKOK
Morning visit to Wat Doi
Suthep, the most beautiful temple in northern Thailand,
about 14 km outside of Chiang Mai, situated on a hill,
from which there is good weather for a beautiful view of
Chiang Mai. Check out the hotel and transfer to airport
for beach extension or back home.
Price:- From $0,000 per person sharing. Please contact
us for trip dates and availability