Thailand Overview 7 Days 6 Nights

 

Bangkok – Chiang Mai – Bangkok

   

Day 01

Arrival in Bangkok

Upon arrival, meet & greet our tour guide before transfer to the hotel. Free at leisure after check in.

Overnight in Bangkok

   

Day 02

City temples tour – Grand Palace & Emerald Buddha Temple. (B, L)

The tour takes you through some of the most interesting parts of Bangkok, including stops at the Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho), famous as the oldest and largest temple in Bangkok; the Temple of the Golden Buddha (Wat Trimit), the home of a 5.5 ton Buddha image, found when the port of Bangkok was being expanded and dating back more than 200 years. Visit to the Grand Palac, Coronation Hall and the holiest of all Thai Temples “The Emerald Buddha Temple” (Wat Phra Kaew) where the replica of Angkor Wat and the late Ayutthaya-style murals on the surrounding walls illustrate scenes from the Ramayana are included in the temple's compound.

Overnight in Bangkok
   

Day 03

Bangkok – Ayutthaya (Return by Cruise) (B, L)

By air-conditioned car/van/coach to Ayutthaya. Visit Bang-Pa-In - in early times it was the summer palace of the late King Rama V. This has some exquisite art works and temples. Return on the comfortable Motor cruiser down stream to Bangkok, enjoy the sights of the rural Thailand . Buffet lunch served onboard (excluded all beverages). In the evening, arrive in Bangkok and transfer from pier to the hotel.

Overnight in Bangkok
   

Day 04

Bangkok – Chiang Mai – Khantok Dinner. (B, D) ( By flight )

Breakfast at hotel and free at leisure till time transfer to the Airport for the flight to Chiang Mai. Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel, check in and free on your own. In the evening we are going to enjoy a superb dinner called Khantok (incl. hill tribe performance). After that, free on own at Chiang Mai Night Bazaar before return to the hotel.

Overnight in Chiang Mai
   
Day 05

Doi Suthep Temple – Meo Doi Pui – Local Handicraft Village (B, L)

The journey begins with a visit to a Meo Hill tribe village. Since they originally migrated from South China, the physical features of the tribe are similar to Chinese. They prefer large families. The average is about 8 persons in a family. They practice shifting agriculture. Mostly planting upland rice, corn and soybeans. Generally you will find that the womenfolk's works harder than the men. A traits similar with most hill tribes. Their houses are not built on stilt rather directly on the ground. Due to its proximity to Doi Suthep this particular village is slightly more commercial and less traditional. Doi Pui was once famous for opium cultivation. It is 1500 metre above the sea level. Trip continues on to Wat Doi Suthep Temple. Driving up offers a panoramic view of Chiang Mai city. Later on, embark to the San Kamphaeng district, heart of the silk and cotton home industries, to witness the fascinating process of making and weaving these popular fabrics. Continue on the Bor Sang, the umbrella village, where the delicate Thai paper umbrellas are produced and hand-painted. From here, onwards to Thai Celadon, about 6kms north of Chiang Mai, where exquisite ceramics are produced. These are modeled on the Sawankhalok pottery that used to be made hundreds of years ago at Sukhothai and exported all over the region. With its deep, cracked glazed finish the style is very distinctive and some pieces are exceptionally beautiful. Last but not least, are stops to observe the intricacies of both lacquerware and silverware craftsmen.

Overnight in Chiang Mai

   
Day 06

Elephant Safari – Oxcart Ridding – Orchid farm (B, L)

Breakfast at hotel, embark to the Elephants Camp to see the elephants at work in a jungle area. See how the elephants are trained for working with human and the elephant shows. Then, you will be on an exciting ride on the elephant ride along the trails and followed by Ox-Cart ride back to the camp. Lunch at the elephant camp. Afternoon, enjoy with local handicraft bamboo rafting along Mae Taeng river. Return to Chiang Mai and a stop will be at Orchid Nursery. Transfer to your hotel.

Overnight in Chiang Mai

   
Day 07

Chiang Mai – Bangkok (by flight) (B)

After breakfast, free at your leisure till the time transfer to the airport for your flight back to Bangkok.

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Prices Included: 

  • Domestic air ticket Bangkok – Chiang Mai – Bangkok included taxes.
  • Accommodations based on twin/double sharing
  • Tours and transfer as private air-con vehicle.
  • Meals as mentioned (B=breakfast, L=lunch, D=dinner)
  • Entry fee as tours stated
  • English Speaking Guide
  • Service charge & Government tax

Price Excluded:

  • Other meals, tip, drinks, airport tax, single room supplement, personal expenses, travel insurance, visa, flight in/out Bangkok, any optional additional tours or activities during free time.
  • Compulsory Gala Dinners during Christmas Eve, New Year Eve, Songkran, Loy Kratong and Chinese New Year, where applicable

Remarks:

  • All rates are quoted in US Dollars per person.
  • Packages tour rates are Nett, non-commissionable,
  • Child fare:
    • Child (2-11 yrs) - 100% sharing room with 1 adult in Twin Room
    • Child (2-11 yrs) - 80% sharing room with 2 adults with extra bed
    • Child (2-11 yrs) - 50% sharing room with 2 adults without bed
  • Other period of packages tour price, please contact us anytime.
  • Confirmation of room & price are subject to space availability at the time of booking only.
  • All rates are subject to change without prior notices.
  • All above itinerary is flexible, depending on arrival or departure flights of passengers


 
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City /Location
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Single r. surcharge

I-Residence Silom 3*

1985
1575
1555
1510
665
Maninarakorn 3*
Chiang Mai:
www.maninarakorn.com
President Palace 4*
2475
1805
1685
1610
850
U Chiang Mai 4*
Chiang Mai:
www.uchiangmai.com

Pullman Bangkok G 5*

2870
2000
1880
1805
1010
Rachamankha 5*

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