Treasures of Thailand

$1350 / per person

Treasures of Thailand

Experience the land of smiles in all her glory by visiting some of Thailand’s most impressive attractions. Dive into the rich culture and deep history of Bangkok, the ancient capital of Ayutthaya, and the Lanna capital of Chiang Mai before meeting Asian Elephants. Finally, discover paradise on Earth in the pristine beaches of Khao Lak.
6 Days - 5 Nights
3 - 60 Age
  • Thailand
  • Cultural, Relax
  • 2019/09/28 15:58, 2019/09/30 15:58, 2019/10/02 15:58,
  • Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
  • Low
  • Hotel
  • Health care included
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Day 1 : Welcome to Bangkok

Sawasdee and welcome to the land of smiles. Your tour begins in Bangkok, the center of Thailand and known worldwide for its abundance of sensational foods, glamorous shopping malls, historic sights and sizzling nightlife. Upon arrival to the airport, our representative will take you to the Novotel Bangkok Fenix Silom for check-in and refreshment. Enjoy the day at leisure until an evening dinner cruise along the Chao Pyra River with the Shangri-La’s Horizon Cruise. Sample delicious Thai cuisine while watching the illuminated City of Angels pass you by as you cruise the river of kings over a 2-hour period.
  • breakfast

Day 2 : Have a private tour to explore the cultural and historical attractions of Bangkok

Explore Bangkok’s famed cultural and historical attractions with a private tour through the city utilizing the iconic tuk-tuk, long tail boat, and by foot. Visit the Phra Nakorn area of Rattanakosin Island along the Bangkok Noi and Bang Luang Canals. Wander through Bangkok’s impressive golden Grand Palace before stopping at Wat Pho to see the immense reclining Buddha. Shop for exotic flowers in the local markets before perusing the finest Thai art collections in the National Museum.
  • lunch

Day 3 : Board a small canoe and row through the floating market in Damnoen Saduak

After breakfast, journey 1.5 hours south to Damnoen Saduak, a town famous for its morning floating market selling produce and tourist trinkets. Hop on board a small canoe and row through the stalls, and practicing your bartering skills during this classic Thai experience. After the boat ride, you will have an hour to explore the market on your own before settling down for lunch. Then, drive 2.5 hours north to Ayutthaya, a former capital of the Kingdom of Siam from 1350-1767, and once the largest city in the world due to its trading connections with other kingdoms such as China, India and Indonesia. Some of the most famous historical sites to see on your visit are the Buddha head entwined in a Bodhi Tree at Wat Phra Mahathat and Wat Chaiwatthanaram, and can be easily explored via tuk-tuk or by bicycle as the island is completely flat. Depart Ayutthaya in the late afternoon and return to Bangkok for an evening free at leisure.
  • dinner

Day 4 : Start a new adventure in Chiang Rai

Let us whisk you away this morning to Northern Thailand’s, Chiang Rai, a mountainous city on the border of Laos and Myanmar. The emerald Buddha you viewed in the Royal Palace in Bangkok comes from this city, as does the magnificent white Wat Rong Khun. Try a delicious northern Thai dish for lunch and then the rest of the afternoon is free for you to explore on your own.
  • lunch

Day 5 : Board a long-tail boat and take a 40-min ride up the river to Sob Ruak

Drive 1.5 hours north to the sleepy Mekong town of Chiang Saen, the oldest city in Thailand built by Thai ancestors (Ayutthaya and Sukhothai were established by Mon-Khmer groups). From here, we will board a long-tail boat and take a 40-min ride up the river to Sob Ruak, the point at which you can survey the infamous Golden Triangle, where Laos, Myanmar, and Thailand meet. In Sob Ruak, visit the Hall of Opium Museum to learn more about the history and use of the drug. Return to Chiang Saen by a short 15-min bus ride and dine in a local restaurant for lunch before making the return journey back towards Chiang Rai, with a stop at Mae Chan to experience daily life in the Akha and Yao Hill Tribes.
  • lunch