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,Guided Tours
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Chiang Mai | Ibis / Furama or similar
Chiang Rai | M Botique Hotel or similar

RM 2588 (Per Person)
★★★★
Chiang Mai | Wintree / Novotel or similar
Chiang Rai | M Botique Hotel or similar

RM 2788 (Per Person)
★★★★★
Chiang Mai | Movenpick or similar
Chiang Rai | M Botique Hotel or similar

RM 2888 (Per Person)

Meals inclusive as specified
Hotel accommodation as specified
All transfers inclusive as specified
Seat in coach (Sharing basis) with driver cum guide
English speaking guide during tours

Flight Ticket & Taxes
Compulsory Tour Tips
MSIG Travel Insurance (RM 41)
High Season Surcharge
Any item not stated under 'Inclusions'

D1: Discover Chiang Mai > Cultural Show (D)
D2: Visit Mae Taeng Elephant Park> Long Neck Village> Valley Cafe> Royal Flora Garden (B,L,D)
D3: Travel & Explore Chiang Rai>Golden Traingle+ Boat Trip> Opium House> Huay Pla Kang Fortune Pagoda (B,L,D)
D4: Return To Chiang Mai> Wat Rong Khun> Wat Rong Sue Ten- Blue Temple> Mae Kajan Hot Spring> Bor Sang Handicrafts Villagfe (B,L,D)
D5: Free To Explore Chiang Mai> Depart (B)

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Package Valid Till : 31-10-2023

DAY 01: DISCOVER CHIANG MAI > CULTURAL SHOW (Dinner)
Upon arrival at Chiang Mai International airport, greeted with a warm welcome by our friendly personnel. You will be assisted at the airport and transferred to your hotel.
The blissfully calm and laid-back capital of the North, Chiang Mai never fails to charm visitors with its Mountainous Landscape and Lush Farmlands. It is famous for its beautiful ancient temples, thought there is much more to see and do.
From the airport you will be having a city orientation before heading up to the hotel of your choice. First is the Chiang Mai City Walls. The old town of Chiang Mai was protected by a long thick brick built city wall. Amazingly there are a number of sections of the wall still standing along with the old Chiang Mai city gates. The city layout was based on ancient military and astrological beliefs. King Mengrai wanted to protect his new city so, he ordered the construction of a perimeter wall and moat; laid in a rectangular shape.
From thereon, have the knowledge about the The Three Kings Monument Square in Chiang Mai, it is a large open square in the heart of the walled Old Town. The statue portrays the Three Founders of Chiang Mai, King Mengrai, King Ramkhamhaeng and King Ngam Muang. The sculpture of three kings is a symbol of Chang Mai.
Next is the Tha Pae Gate,its one of the most famous landmarks in Chiang Mai and is part of the crumbling city wall which once acted as a fortress for the ‘Old City’ (and still today acts as a geographical boundary). It marks the east entrance to the old walled city of Chiang Mai. It’s a busy meeting place for locals, tourists and pigeons!
Thereafter, had a visit to Wat Chedi Luang Temple "Temple of Great Stupa". One of the Most Beautiful Temples in The Old City. Highlights are its massive stupa and the viharn that houses a large standing golden Buddha.
Explore Doi Suthep by a Cable Car,considered to be One of The Most Sacred Pilgrimage Spots in Thailand due to its relic as well as the influence from Chiang Mai being the center of the Lanna Kingdom back in the 14th century.
Kantoke Dinner plus a Cultural Show
Check in at the hotel of your choice
Free time for leisure

DAY 02: EXPLORE CHIANG MAI>ELEPHANT PARK>LONG NECK VILLAGE>VALLEY CAFE>ROYAL FLORA GARDEN (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner)
After breakfast at the hotel, wander at Elephant Park and have an elephant ride for 30 minutes, situated in scenic Mae Taeng valley. It is popular as a one-stop attraction for Elephant Shows and Elephant Rides,
Next stop is the Long Neck Village, the most popular Karen tribe around Chiang Mai. Women from this small population are known worldwide for wearing rings around their neck to elongate it. In the past, it was a protection from tiger attacks, today it's considered a symbol of beauty and modern day accessory.
Located in the resort area with stream and green yard, various trees and flowers that good for relax or picnic, experience the Thai Costume plus a coffee and cake at Lanna Resort- Valley Cafe. This was among the First Nature Café's of its Kind where you could enjoy a nice ice coffee with your feet in a river surrounded by beautiful greenery. The real highlights exist in all the open space you have to run around and even have a picnic.
Explore the Royal Flora Garden with Cable Car it is a horticultural exhibition in the city of Chiang Mai where visitors can Admire Thousands of Species of Trees and Flowers on 80 hectares of landscaped gardens. The park is named after Thailand’s national flower Ratchaphruek (Cassia fistula or golden shower tree) with its beautiful yellow blossom. One of the park’s highlights is the orchid pavilion with its countless species of orchids in many colors.
After dinner at local restaurant, proceed to the hotel of your choice.

DAY 03: TRAVEL & EXPLORE CHIANG RAI> GOLDEN TRIANGLE + BOAT CRUISE>OPIUM HOUSE> HUAY PLA KANG FORTUNE PAGODA (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner)
After breakfast at the hotel, ready to travel for Chiang Rai.
CHIANG RAI- One of the Most Popular Tourist Destinations in all of Thailand, the Golden Triangle is renowned for its natural beauty and phenomenal scenery. The mighty Ruak and Mekong Rivers converge in this region, and the riverbanks are lined with golden Buddha statues, shrines to the royal family, and massive sculptures
Get ready to explore the GOLDEN TRIANGLE plus a river cruise along MEKONG RIVER.
Golden Triangle was Once Known as a Major Crossroads of Opium Production Whose Culture was Gradually Abandoned thanks to King Rama 9 royal projects. There is also a museum of opium, 'Hall of Opium', not far from the Golden Triangle Park. It is the area where the borders of three countries converge: Thailand, Laos and Myanmar (Burma).
Savor the Magnificent Scenery of the Mekong River on this unique cruise from the Thailand’s Golden Triangle. Travel along formerly inaccessible stretches of Southeast Asia’s most exciting river.
Visit, explore and have a knowledge more about The Golden Triangle at OPIUM HOUSE where opium trade was rampant during past era which was introduced by the hill tribes immigrants from Southern China. Located in the heart of the infamous Golden Triangle, this museum is Dedicated to Educating Visitors about the History of the Opium Trade and the Dangers of Addiction.
Explore the Huay Pla Kang Fortune Pagoda and savour the view as the sun goes down on the horizon. It is a Distinctive White Temple with Beautiful Unique Architecture and Outstanding Views. It was built in honor of a famous monk in Thailand. It was built in Chinese-Lanna style with white walls. Nearly all other temples in the region are built in traditional Thai or Thai-Lanna style, while Wat Huay Pla Kang blends Lanna and Chinese elements so thoroughly that the temple is really nothing like either.
After dinner at the local restaurant , check in to the hotel of your choice for an overnight.
OPTIONAL TOUR:
1. Mae Sai Town (Thailand/Myanmar Border) + enter to Myanmar THB1500/pax
2. Enter to Laos Island THB 300/pax

DAY 04: RETURN TO CHIANG MAI> WAT RONG KHUN>WAT RONG SUE TEN> MAE KAJAN HOT SPRING> BOR SANG HANDICRAFTS> NIGHT MARKET (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner)
After breakfast from the hotel head back to Chiang Mai.
Explore WAT RONG KHUN, this temple is privately owned, and its construction began only 20 years ago. However, it quickly became famous for its unique style and distinctive white color and is commonly known as the White Temple.The white coloring symbolizes the purity of Buddha. The plaster is decorated with small pieces of glass representing the wisdom of Buddha and self reflection. The wat shimmers in the sunlight, statues of dragons and mythical creatures.
Last is WAT RONG SUE TEN- BLUE TEMPLE, The Blue Temple is immediately Recognizable for its Brilliant Shade of Rich Sapphire. The temple walls, roof, and surrounding statues are all covered in this gorgeous hue, an unusual decorative choice in a country where most temples are made of gold.The name ‘Rong Suea Ten’ in Thai, translates as ‘house of the dancing tiger’ because historically, the area surrounding the temple, was full of wildlife, in particular tigers who leapt into the nearby Mekong river.
On way back to Chaing Mai, short stop at the Mae Kajan Hot Spring. It has half a dozen thermal foot baths where you can soak your feet in and you’ll be sure to encounter the local Thai women boiling eggs in the hot springs before selling them off by the basket load.
Visit Bor Sang Handicrafts Village and Watch Skilled Craftsmen Make Paper Umbrellas as well as Silverware, Teakwood Carvings and other items for your souvenirs way back home.
Check in at the hotel of your choice and then proceed for dinner at the local restaurant
After dinner from a local restaurants, have a walk for a Night Market. The night markets in Chiang Mai are Melting Pots of Culture, Modernity and Authenticity. Shops packed with exotic and interesting goods are lined one after the other, selling everything from domestic items to traditional souvenirs to delicious Thai food.

DAY 05: FREE TO EXPLORE CHIANG MAI >DEPART (Breakfast)
After breakfast at hotel, you are free to explore the area depending on your flight timings.
You will then be transferred to the airport

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Explore and discover the heart of Chiang Mai, most famous beautiful ancient temples, striking mountainous landscape around the city provides a lot of wonderful natural attractions, visit Doi Suthep with cable car, watch the elephant show and get a chance to ride over it, visit Long Neck Village and meet the Karen Tribe. Explore Royal Flora Garden by a cable car, discover and explore Chiang Rai, sail across the Mekong River on this unique cruise from the Golden Triangle. Learn the history of Golden Triangle & opium trade at the Opium house and have the knowledge of its harmful effect, visit famous and prominent temples and watch skilled craftsmen make paper umbrella, silverwares,taekwood carvings and shop at the Night Market.


Trip Highlights

Explore The Heart Of Chiang Mai And Its Culture
Kantoke Dinner with Cultural Show
Explore Chiang Mai and visit Long Neck Village, watch elephant show and have a ride over it
Travel & explore Chiang Rai Golden Triangle and have a boat ride across Mekong River
Visit prominent and well known temples
Watch Skilled Craftsmen making paper umbrella, silverware & taekwood carvings

What to see?

The Blue Temple
The Blue Temple, also known as Wat Rong Suea Ten, is a stunning Buddhist temple located in Chiang Rai, not Chiang Mai. Please note that my previous response was about Doi Suthep Temple, which is located in Chiang Mai.

What to see?

Chiang Mai: The Blissfully calm and laid back capital of the North Thailand
The blissfully calm and laid-back capital of the North, Chiang Mai never fails to charm visitors with its Mountainous Landscape and Lush Farmlands. It is famous for its Beautiful Ancient Temples, though there is much more to see and do.

What to see?

City Wall: The Ancient Walled City of Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai City Wall. The old town of Chiang Mai was protected by a Long Thick Brick Built City Wall. Amazingly there are a number of sections of the wall still standing along with the old Chiang Mai city gates. The city layout was based on Ancient Military and astrological beliefs. King Mengrai wanted to protect his new city so, he ordered the construction of a perimeter wall and moat; laid in a rectangular shape.

What to see?

Visit the Three Kings Monument, the statue of the three founders of Chiang Mai
Marking the centrepoint of the old administrative quarter of Chiang Mai, the bronze Three Kings Monument commemorates the alliance forged between Phaya Ngam Meuang of Phayao, Phaya Mengrai of Chiang Mai and Phaya Khun Ramkhamhaeng of Sukhothai in the founding of the city.

What to see?

Visit Tha Pae Gate, a Busy Meeting Place for Locals, Tourists and Pigeons!
Tha Pae Gate,its one of the Most Famous Landmarks in Chiang Mai and is part of the crumbling city wall which once acted as a fortress for the ‘Old City’ (and still today acts as a geographical boundary). It marks the east entrance to the old walled city of Chiang Mai. It’s a Busy Meeting Place for Locals, Tourists and Pigeons!

What to see?

Wat Chedi Luang, the temple of the Great Stupa.
Wat Chedi Luang Temple, "Temple of Great Stupa". One of the most beautiful temples in the old city. Highlights are its Massive Stupa and the Viharn that Houses a Large Standing Golden Buddha. Wat Chedi Luang is a Buddhist temple in the historic centre of Chiang Mai, Thailand. The current temple grounds were originally made up of three temples — Wat Chedi Luang, Wat Ho Tham and Wat Sukmin.

What to see?

Doi Suthep Temple: The Most Sacred Temple in Thailand
Visit Doi Suthep by a Cable Car, considered to be one of the Most Sacred Pilgrimage Spots in Thailand due to its relic as well as the influence from Chiang Mai being the center of the Lanna Kingdom back in the 14th century.

What to see?

Sit back, relax and be entertained with the elephants as they show off their talents and ride along with them at the forest
Elephant Park and have an elephant ride for 30 minutes, it is popular as a one-stop attraction for Elephant Shows and Elephant Rides.Watch Elephants as they entertain you with their talents like drawing, dance, playing balls, do massage and kinda little acting. Get also a chance to ride on the elephant for 30 minutes and roam around the forest.

What to see?

Visit the long neck village and meet the Karen tribe known for its ring on the neck
Long Neck Village, the most popular Karen Tribe around Chiang Mai. Women from this small population are known worldwide for wearing rings around their neck to elongate it. In the past, it was a protection from tiger attacks, today it's considered a symbol of beauty and modern day accessory.

What to see?

Visit Lanna Resort- Valley Cafe and experience Thai costume while having a sip of your coffee.
Located in the resort area with stream and green yard, various trees and flowers that good for relax or picnic, experience the Thai Costume plus a coffee and cake at Lanna Resort- Valley Cafe. This was among the first nature café's of its kind where you could enjoy a nice ice coffee with your feet in a river surrounded by beautiful greenery. The real highlights exist in all the open space you have to run around and even have a picnic

What to see?

Come and Visit Royal Flora Garden with a cable car and admire thousand of species of trees and flowers.
Royal Flora Garden with Cable Car it is a horticultural exhibition in the city of Chiang Mai where visitors can admire thousands of species of trees and flowers on 80 hectares of landscaped gardens. The park is named after Thailand’s national flower Ratchaphruek (Cassia fistula or golden shower tree) with its beautiful yellow blossom. One of the park’s highlights is the orchid pavilion with its countless species of orchids in many color

What to see?

Chiang Rai: The Frontier of the Three Lands
CHIANG RAI- One of the Most Popular Tourist Destinations in all of Thailand, the Golden Triangle is renowned for its natural beauty and phenomenal scenery. The mighty Ruak and Mekong Rivers converge in this region, and the riverbanks are lined with golden Buddha statues, shrines to the royal family, and massive sculptures

What to see?

Explore Golden Triangle renowned for its natural beauty and phenomenal scenery.
Golden Triangle was Once Known as a Major Crossroads of Opium Production Whose Culture was Gradually Abandoned thanks to King Rama 9 royal projects. There is also a museum of opium, 'Hall of Opium', not far from the Golden Triangle Park. It is the area where the borders of three countries converge: Thailand, Laos and Myanmar (Burma).

What to see?

Learn something about the history of opium trade and the dangerous effect of Opium at Opium House
Visit, explore and have a knowledge more about The Golden Triangle at OPIUM HOUSE where opium trade was rampant during past era which was introduced by the hill tribes immigrants from Southern China. Located in the heart of the infamous Golden Triangle, this museum is Dedicated to Educating Visitors about the History of the Opium Trade and the Dangers of Addiction.

What to see?

Wat Rong Khun: A Bhuddist Temple Inspired by Sci-Fi Movies
Explore WAT RONG KHUN, this temple is privately owned, and its construction began only 20 years ago. However, it quickly became famous for its unique style and distinctive white color and is commonly known as the White Temple.The white coloring symbolizes the purity of Buddha. The plaster is decorated with small pieces of glass representing the wisdom of Buddha and self reflection. The wat shimmers in the sunlight, statues of dragons and mythical creatures.

What to see?

Wat Rong Suea Ten- Blue Temple: 'Feel the touch of Thai contemporary ubusot
WAT RONG SUE TEN- BLUE TEMPLE, The Blue Temple is immediately Recognizable for its Brilliant Shade of Rich Sapphire. The temple walls, roof, and surrounding statues are all covered in this gorgeous hue, an unusual decorative choice in a country where most temples are made of gold.The name ‘Rong Suea Ten’ in Thai, translates as ‘house of the dancing tiger’ because historically, the area surrounding the temple, was full of wildlife, in particular tigers who leapt into the nearby Mekong river.

What to see?

Don't miss out the Mae Kajan Hot Spring, take a dip and soak your feet while native boils egg beside you.
Mae Kajan Hot Spring, it has half a dozen thermal foot baths where you can soak your feet in and you’ll be sure to encounter the local Thai women boiling eggs in the hot springs before selling them off by the basket load.

What to see?

Explore Bor Sang Handicrafts and watch skilled craftsmen make paper umbrella, silverware and taekwood carving.
Well known for outstanding handcraft quality as well as signature floral designs, Bor Sang Village has made its name throughout the country and abroad – so much so that the name Bor Sang has become synonymous with the paper-umbrella craft itself and the umbrella, a cultural symbol of Chiang Mai.

What to see?

Shop at Night Bazaar and get deals for your souvenirs way back home
What appears to be a sleeping street during the day wakes up around the time the sun sets. Almost the entire street becomes a large market with market stalls and shops on both sides (Pai Night Market). Even though Pai has many good restaurants, you can also choose to make a street food buffet during your walk down this street. In addition to clothing and food, you’ll also find many artists displaying their works of art such as jewelry or paintings along the way.A walk at a leisurely pace with a stop here and there will take a maximum of half an hour.

   

DAY 01: DISCOVER CHIANG MAI > CULTURAL SHOW (Dinner)

➤ Upon arrival at Chiang Mai International airport, greeted with a warm welcome by our friendly personnel. You will be assisted at the airport and transferred to your hotel.


➤ The blissfully calm and laid-back capital of the North, Chiang Mai never fails to charm visitors with its Mountainous Landscape and Lush Farmlands. It is famous for its beautiful ancient temples, thought there is much more to see and do.


➤ From the airport you will be having a city orientation before heading up to the hotel of your choice. First is the Chiang Mai City Walls. The old town of Chiang Mai was protected by a long thick brick built city wall. Amazingly there are a number of sections of the wall still standing along with the old Chiang Mai city gates. The city layout was based on ancient military and astrological beliefs. King Mengrai wanted to protect his new city so, he ordered the construction of a perimeter wall and moat; laid in a rectangular shape.


➤ From thereon, have the knowledge about the The Three Kings Monument Square in Chiang Mai, it is a large open square in the heart of the walled Old Town. The statue portrays the Three Founders of Chiang Mai, King Mengrai, King Ramkhamhaeng and King Ngam Muang. The sculpture of three kings is a symbol of Chang Mai.


➤ Next is the Tha Pae Gate,its one of the most famous landmarks in Chiang Mai and is part of the crumbling city wall which once acted as a fortress for the ‘Old City’ (and still today acts as a geographical boundary). It marks the east entrance to the old walled city of Chiang Mai. It’s a busy meeting place for locals, tourists and pigeons!


➤ Thereafter, had a visit to Wat Chedi Luang Temple "Temple of Great Stupa". One of the Most Beautiful Temples in The Old City. Highlights are its massive stupa and the viharn that houses a large standing golden Buddha.


➤ Explore Doi Suthep by a Cable Car,considered to be One of The Most Sacred Pilgrimage Spots in Thailand due to its relic as well as the influence from Chiang Mai being the center of the Lanna Kingdom back in the 14th century.


Kantoke Dinner plus a Cultural Show


➤ Check in at the hotel of your choice


➤ Free time for leisure



DAY 02: EXPLORE CHIANG MAI>ELEPHANT PARK>LONG NECK VILLAGE>VALLEY CAFE>ROYAL FLORA GARDEN (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner)

➤ After breakfast at the hotel, wander at Elephant Park and have an elephant ride for 30 minutes, situated in scenic Mae Taeng valley. It is popular as a one-stop attraction for Elephant Shows and Elephant Rides,


➤ Next stop is the Long Neck Village, the most popular Karen tribe around Chiang Mai. Women from this small population are known worldwide for wearing rings around their neck to elongate it. In the past, it was a protection from tiger attacks, today it's considered a symbol of beauty and modern day accessory.


➤ Located in the resort area with stream and green yard, various trees and flowers that good for relax or picnic, experience the Thai Costume plus a coffee and cake at Lanna Resort- Valley Cafe. This was among the First Nature Café's of its Kind where you could enjoy a nice ice coffee with your feet in a river surrounded by beautiful greenery. The real highlights exist in all the open space you have to run around and even have a picnic.


➤ Explore the Royal Flora Garden with Cable Car it is a horticultural exhibition in the city of Chiang Mai where visitors can Admire Thousands of Species of Trees and Flowers on 80 hectares of landscaped gardens. The park is named after Thailand’s national flower Ratchaphruek (Cassia fistula or golden shower tree) with its beautiful yellow blossom. One of the park’s highlights is the orchid pavilion with its countless species of orchids in many colors.


➤ After dinner at local restaurant, proceed to the hotel of your choice.



DAY 03: TRAVEL & EXPLORE CHIANG RAI> GOLDEN TRIANGLE + BOAT CRUISE>OPIUM HOUSE> HUAY PLA KANG FORTUNE PAGODA (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner)

➤ After breakfast at the hotel, ready to travel for Chiang Rai.


CHIANG RAI- One of the Most Popular Tourist Destinations in all of Thailand, the Golden Triangle is renowned for its natural beauty and phenomenal scenery. The mighty Ruak and Mekong Rivers converge in this region, and the riverbanks are lined with golden Buddha statues, shrines to the royal family, and massive sculptures


➤ Get ready to explore the GOLDEN TRIANGLE plus a river cruise along MEKONG RIVER.


Golden Triangle was Once Known as a Major Crossroads of Opium Production Whose Culture was Gradually Abandoned thanks to King Rama 9 royal projects. There is also a museum of opium, 'Hall of Opium', not far from the Golden Triangle Park. It is the area where the borders of three countries converge: Thailand, Laos and Myanmar (Burma).


➤ Savor the Magnificent Scenery of the Mekong River on this unique cruise from the Thailand’s Golden Triangle. Travel along formerly inaccessible stretches of Southeast Asia’s most exciting river.


➤ Visit, explore and have a knowledge more about The Golden Triangle at OPIUM HOUSE where opium trade was rampant during past era which was introduced by the hill tribes immigrants from Southern China. Located in the heart of the infamous Golden Triangle, this museum is Dedicated to Educating Visitors about the History of the Opium Trade and the Dangers of Addiction.


➤ Explore the Huay Pla Kang Fortune Pagoda and savour the view as the sun goes down on the horizon. It is a Distinctive White Temple with Beautiful Unique Architecture and Outstanding Views. It was built in honor of a famous monk in Thailand. It was built in Chinese-Lanna style with white walls. Nearly all other temples in the region are built in traditional Thai or Thai-Lanna style, while Wat Huay Pla Kang blends Lanna and Chinese elements so thoroughly that the temple is really nothing like either.


➤ After dinner at the local restaurant , check in to the hotel of your choice for an overnight.


➤ OPTIONAL TOUR:


➤ 1. Mae Sai Town (Thailand/Myanmar Border) + enter to Myanmar THB1500/pax


➤ 2. Enter to Laos Island THB 300/pax



DAY 04: RETURN TO CHIANG MAI> WAT RONG KHUN>WAT RONG SUE TEN> MAE KAJAN HOT SPRING> BOR SANG HANDICRAFTS> NIGHT MARKET (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner)

➤ After breakfast from the hotel head back to Chiang Mai.


➤ Explore WAT RONG KHUN, this temple is privately owned, and its construction began only 20 years ago. However, it quickly became famous for its unique style and distinctive white color and is commonly known as the White Temple.The white coloring symbolizes the purity of Buddha. The plaster is decorated with small pieces of glass representing the wisdom of Buddha and self reflection. The wat shimmers in the sunlight, statues of dragons and mythical creatures.


➤ Last is WAT RONG SUE TEN- BLUE TEMPLE, The Blue Temple is immediately Recognizable for its Brilliant Shade of Rich Sapphire. The temple walls, roof, and surrounding statues are all covered in this gorgeous hue, an unusual decorative choice in a country where most temples are made of gold.The name ‘Rong Suea Ten’ in Thai, translates as ‘house of the dancing tiger’ because historically, the area surrounding the temple, was full of wildlife, in particular tigers who leapt into the nearby Mekong river.


➤ On way back to Chaing Mai, short stop at the Mae Kajan Hot Spring. It has half a dozen thermal foot baths where you can soak your feet in and you’ll be sure to encounter the local Thai women boiling eggs in the hot springs before selling them off by the basket load.


➤ Visit Bor Sang Handicrafts Village and Watch Skilled Craftsmen Make Paper Umbrellas as well as Silverware, Teakwood Carvings and other items for your souvenirs way back home.


➤ Check in at the hotel of your choice and then proceed for dinner at the local restaurant


➤ After dinner from a local restaurants, have a walk for a Night Market. The night markets in Chiang Mai are Melting Pots of Culture, Modernity and Authenticity. Shops packed with exotic and interesting goods are lined one after the other, selling everything from domestic items to traditional souvenirs to delicious Thai food.



DAY 05: FREE TO EXPLORE CHIANG MAI >DEPART (Breakfast)

➤ After breakfast at hotel, you are free to explore the area depending on your flight timings.


➤ You will then be transferred to the airport



 




★★★
Chiang Mai | Ibis / Furama or similar
Chiang Rai | M Botique Hotel or similar

RM 2588 (Per Person)

★★★★
Chiang Mai | Wintree / Novotel or similar
Chiang Rai | M Botique Hotel or similar

RM 2788 (Per Person)

★★★★★
Chiang Mai | Movenpick or similar
Chiang Rai | M Botique Hotel or similar

RM 2888 (Per Person)


Meals inclusive as specified
Hotel accommodation as specified
All transfers inclusive as specified
Seat in coach (Sharing basis) with driver cum guide
English speaking guide during tours

Flight Ticket & Taxes
Compulsory Tour Tips
MSIG Travel Insurance (RM 41)
High Season Surcharge
Any item not stated under 'Inclusions'

D1: Discover Chiang Mai > Cultural Show (D)
D2: Visit Mae Taeng Elephant Park> Long Neck Village> Valley Cafe> Royal Flora Garden (B,L,D)
D3: Travel & Explore Chiang Rai>Golden Traingle+ Boat Trip> Opium House> Huay Pla Kang Fortune Pagoda (B,L,D)
D4: Return To Chiang Mai> Wat Rong Khun> Wat Rong Sue Ten- Blue Temple> Mae Kajan Hot Spring> Bor Sang Handicrafts Villagfe (B,L,D)
D5: Free To Explore Chiang Mai> Depart (B)

20% Savings for Online Products

Package Valid Till : 31-10-2023

DAY 01: DISCOVER CHIANG MAI > CULTURAL SHOW (Dinner)

➤ Upon arrival at Chiang Mai International airport, greeted with a warm welcome by our friendly personnel. You will be assisted at the airport and transferred to your hotel.


➤ The blissfully calm and laid-back capital of the North, Chiang Mai never fails to charm visitors with its Mountainous Landscape and Lush Farmlands. It is famous for its beautiful ancient temples, thought there is much more to see and do.


➤ From the airport you will be having a city orientation before heading up to the hotel of your choice. First is the Chiang Mai City Walls. The old town of Chiang Mai was protected by a long thick brick built city wall. Amazingly there are a number of sections of the wall still standing along with the old Chiang Mai city gates. The city layout was based on ancient military and astrological beliefs. King Mengrai wanted to protect his new city so, he ordered the construction of a perimeter wall and moat; laid in a rectangular shape.


➤ From thereon, have the knowledge about the The Three Kings Monument Square in Chiang Mai, it is a large open square in the heart of the walled Old Town. The statue portrays the Three Founders of Chiang Mai, King Mengrai, King Ramkhamhaeng and King Ngam Muang. The sculpture of three kings is a symbol of Chang Mai.


➤ Next is the Tha Pae Gate,its one of the most famous landmarks in Chiang Mai and is part of the crumbling city wall which once acted as a fortress for the ‘Old City’ (and still today acts as a geographical boundary). It marks the east entrance to the old walled city of Chiang Mai. It’s a busy meeting place for locals, tourists and pigeons!


➤ Thereafter, had a visit to Wat Chedi Luang Temple "Temple of Great Stupa". One of the Most Beautiful Temples in The Old City. Highlights are its massive stupa and the viharn that houses a large standing golden Buddha.


➤ Explore Doi Suthep by a Cable Car,considered to be One of The Most Sacred Pilgrimage Spots in Thailand due to its relic as well as the influence from Chiang Mai being the center of the Lanna Kingdom back in the 14th century.


Kantoke Dinner plus a Cultural Show


➤ Check in at the hotel of your choice


➤ Free time for leisure



DAY 02: EXPLORE CHIANG MAI>ELEPHANT PARK>LONG NECK VILLAGE>VALLEY CAFE>ROYAL FLORA GARDEN (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner)

➤ After breakfast at the hotel, wander at Elephant Park and have an elephant ride for 30 minutes, situated in scenic Mae Taeng valley. It is popular as a one-stop attraction for Elephant Shows and Elephant Rides,


➤ Next stop is the Long Neck Village, the most popular Karen tribe around Chiang Mai. Women from this small population are known worldwide for wearing rings around their neck to elongate it. In the past, it was a protection from tiger attacks, today it's considered a symbol of beauty and modern day accessory.


➤ Located in the resort area with stream and green yard, various trees and flowers that good for relax or picnic, experience the Thai Costume plus a coffee and cake at Lanna Resort- Valley Cafe. This was among the First Nature Café's of its Kind where you could enjoy a nice ice coffee with your feet in a river surrounded by beautiful greenery. The real highlights exist in all the open space you have to run around and even have a picnic.


➤ Explore the Royal Flora Garden with Cable Car it is a horticultural exhibition in the city of Chiang Mai where visitors can Admire Thousands of Species of Trees and Flowers on 80 hectares of landscaped gardens. The park is named after Thailand’s national flower Ratchaphruek (Cassia fistula or golden shower tree) with its beautiful yellow blossom. One of the park’s highlights is the orchid pavilion with its countless species of orchids in many colors.


➤ After dinner at local restaurant, proceed to the hotel of your choice.



DAY 03: TRAVEL & EXPLORE CHIANG RAI> GOLDEN TRIANGLE + BOAT CRUISE>OPIUM HOUSE> HUAY PLA KANG FORTUNE PAGODA (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner)

➤ After breakfast at the hotel, ready to travel for Chiang Rai.


CHIANG RAI- One of the Most Popular Tourist Destinations in all of Thailand, the Golden Triangle is renowned for its natural beauty and phenomenal scenery. The mighty Ruak and Mekong Rivers converge in this region, and the riverbanks are lined with golden Buddha statues, shrines to the royal family, and massive sculptures


➤ Get ready to explore the GOLDEN TRIANGLE plus a river cruise along MEKONG RIVER.


Golden Triangle was Once Known as a Major Crossroads of Opium Production Whose Culture was Gradually Abandoned thanks to King Rama 9 royal projects. There is also a museum of opium, 'Hall of Opium', not far from the Golden Triangle Park. It is the area where the borders of three countries converge: Thailand, Laos and Myanmar (Burma).


➤ Savor the Magnificent Scenery of the Mekong River on this unique cruise from the Thailand’s Golden Triangle. Travel along formerly inaccessible stretches of Southeast Asia’s most exciting river.


➤ Visit, explore and have a knowledge more about The Golden Triangle at OPIUM HOUSE where opium trade was rampant during past era which was introduced by the hill tribes immigrants from Southern China. Located in the heart of the infamous Golden Triangle, this museum is Dedicated to Educating Visitors about the History of the Opium Trade and the Dangers of Addiction.


➤ Explore the Huay Pla Kang Fortune Pagoda and savour the view as the sun goes down on the horizon. It is a Distinctive White Temple with Beautiful Unique Architecture and Outstanding Views. It was built in honor of a famous monk in Thailand. It was built in Chinese-Lanna style with white walls. Nearly all other temples in the region are built in traditional Thai or Thai-Lanna style, while Wat Huay Pla Kang blends Lanna and Chinese elements so thoroughly that the temple is really nothing like either.


➤ After dinner at the local restaurant , check in to the hotel of your choice for an overnight.


➤ OPTIONAL TOUR:


➤ 1. Mae Sai Town (Thailand/Myanmar Border) + enter to Myanmar THB1500/pax


➤ 2. Enter to Laos Island THB 300/pax



DAY 04: RETURN TO CHIANG MAI> WAT RONG KHUN>WAT RONG SUE TEN> MAE KAJAN HOT SPRING> BOR SANG HANDICRAFTS> NIGHT MARKET (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner)

➤ After breakfast from the hotel head back to Chiang Mai.


➤ Explore WAT RONG KHUN, this temple is privately owned, and its construction began only 20 years ago. However, it quickly became famous for its unique style and distinctive white color and is commonly known as the White Temple.The white coloring symbolizes the purity of Buddha. The plaster is decorated with small pieces of glass representing the wisdom of Buddha and self reflection. The wat shimmers in the sunlight, statues of dragons and mythical creatures.


➤ Last is WAT RONG SUE TEN- BLUE TEMPLE, The Blue Temple is immediately Recognizable for its Brilliant Shade of Rich Sapphire. The temple walls, roof, and surrounding statues are all covered in this gorgeous hue, an unusual decorative choice in a country where most temples are made of gold.The name ‘Rong Suea Ten’ in Thai, translates as ‘house of the dancing tiger’ because historically, the area surrounding the temple, was full of wildlife, in particular tigers who leapt into the nearby Mekong river.


➤ On way back to Chaing Mai, short stop at the Mae Kajan Hot Spring. It has half a dozen thermal foot baths where you can soak your feet in and you’ll be sure to encounter the local Thai women boiling eggs in the hot springs before selling them off by the basket load.


➤ Visit Bor Sang Handicrafts Village and Watch Skilled Craftsmen Make Paper Umbrellas as well as Silverware, Teakwood Carvings and other items for your souvenirs way back home.


➤ Check in at the hotel of your choice and then proceed for dinner at the local restaurant


➤ After dinner from a local restaurants, have a walk for a Night Market. The night markets in Chiang Mai are Melting Pots of Culture, Modernity and Authenticity. Shops packed with exotic and interesting goods are lined one after the other, selling everything from domestic items to traditional souvenirs to delicious Thai food.



DAY 05: FREE TO EXPLORE CHIANG MAI >DEPART (Breakfast)

➤ After breakfast at hotel, you are free to explore the area depending on your flight timings.


➤ You will then be transferred to the airport



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