Take The Discover Thailand Tour

Travel to Thailand and enjoy the excitement and intrigue of a whole new culture. In fact one of the best ways to see Thailand is by taking a tour.
This tour is a great choice for anyone who is experiencing Thailand for the first time. You’ll begin your adventure in Belgin in Bangkok.


Arrive in Bangkok where a local representative will meet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel for a three-night stay.


Your guide and driver will escort you on a private longtail boat ride along the Chao Phraya River and its residential canals. You’ll visit Wat Arun, the Temple of Dawn Next the Grand Palace, the ceremonial home of the Thai Royal Family. Then visit the magnificent Wat Phra Kaew, the temple that houses the Emerald Buddha the country's most sacred religious image. Then it’s off to Wat Po which is home to the School of Thai Massage. You’ll loop back to Bangkok's central market, a labyrinthine maze of stalls alongside the Chao Praya River.

You’ll visit Bangkok’s flower market where beautifully traditionally dressed women will greet you and offer you flowers. Then it’s off to the silky tycoons Jim Thompson’s home which is filled with an incredible collection of Asian art and antiques. During the evening you can check out Thailand's excellent cuisine.


Early in the morning you’ll witness the monks practicing their chants at the Marble Temple. Proceed to the Monks Bowl Alley, one of the few places where traditional alms bowls are still handcrafted. Next you’ll get to tour the private Prasart Museum on a Bangkok estate which is surrounded by lush gardens and home to a private collection of Thai and other Southeast Asian art and artifacts dating back to the 13th century. The afternoon will be yours to spend as you like exploring the sights and sounds of Bangkok.


Today you’ll fly to Chiang Rai, the first capital of the ancient Lanna Thai kingdom, for a two-night stay. Once you’re settled in your hotel you’ll embark on a full day Golden Triangle excursion. You’ll first stop at the Mae Fah Luang Art and Cultural Park where you can stroll along the beautiful botanical gardens, visit the golden pavilion, and admire the collection of northern Thai religious and secular art. From there it’s off to Mae Sai, the northernmost point in Thailand and an excellent stop for shoppers. Then you’ll cross into Myanmar and visit the market at Tachilek. After lunch it’s off to the Golden Triangle where the borders of Thailand, Laos and Myanmar converge. Then you’ll take a drive along the Mekong River to the ancient ruins of Chiang Saen. You’ll be back at your hotel by sundown in time to enjoy the night culture.


The early morning starts with a boat ride up the Mae Kok River to the Karen village of Ruam Mitr followed by a two-hour elephant ride through rice paddies and precarious ridges. Then you’ll visit Yao hilltribe village where our representative will pick you up for a picnic lunch at Ya Pou. Spend some time walking to the Lahu village of Jaleh, and if you’re energetic continuing for another hour along the trail to the local waterfall. You’ll return to Chiang Rai by late afternoon and it’s time to explore on your own or take a peaceful nap.


You’ll depart by car for the northern city of Chiang Mai, where you will spend three nights. After you’ve settled into your room the rest of the day and evening are at your leisure. But be sure to visit the festive Night Bazaar.


Day 7 is a full day of private touring where you get to explore the city and numerous Lanna Thai temples of Chiang Mai. You’ll start with the mountain temple of Doi Suthep. Here you’ll find 300 intricately carved steps that lead to the temple gate. And what a view of Chiang Mai! After exploring Doi Suthep you’ll stop in at Wat Chedi Luang, the original home of the Emerald Buddha. Finally you’ll take a city tour through Chiang Mai which is considered the second most important city in Thailand, and it has an entirely different feel than bustling Bangkok.


You’ll have the day to explore and enjoy the facilities at your resort.


This morning you’lll be transferred to the airport for the flight to the resort island of Phuket, located in southern Thailand. You’ll spend a three relaxing nights at the resort

DAYS 10 - 11: PHUKET

For the next few days you’ll get to enjoy the splendor the white sand beaches and towering limestone stacks rising vertically from gentle, lapping aquamarine waters in Phuket. . Take a cruise, go sailing, snorkeling, or just relax.


Today you will fly to Bangkok where you’ll be driven to your hotel for an overnight stay.


It’s off to the airport for your flight home’

You’ll have wonderful memories to share with friends and family when you return! This is will be one of the best vacations you ever take!

1 comment:

Layla said...

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