Thailand Itinerary

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Arrive, Bangkok. You will be met and transferred to Pattaya (2hrs). Check into the hotel. In the evening, we suggest an optional tour to The Tiffany’s Show. With over 28 years of stage experiences, the fame of Tiffany’s Show is undeniable and has become a recommended tourist destination and contributed to the successful growth of Thailand’s most popular resort city. Overnight stay in Pattaya.

Breakfast at the hotel. Morning visit Coral Island; probably the most famous of all excursions in Pattaya ! Coral island is a short speed-boat ride away where you can spend the day at leisure on this stunning island. Enjoy local lunch on your tour. Overnight stay in Pattaya.

This morning fly from Bangkok to Chiang Mai. Check in Hotel . After lunch at Doi Kham, visit Waroros Market to get your first taste of the northern Thai way of life. From the market continue along Tapae Road down through the city walls and to Rajdamnern Road to Wat Phra Singh which houses a very old and sacred Buddha image. Drive from Wat Phra Singh to Wat Phrathad Doi Suthep. Set 3,500 feet above sea level, it is the most important temple in Chiang Mai. Overnight stay in Chiang Mai

After Breakfast we spend the day exploring the city and visiting the dazzling hilltop wat of Doi Suthep. Ring the dozens of bells surrounding the main building for good luck. On the way back to Chiang Mai, drop in at the seven-spired temple called Wat Chedi Yot or check out the pandas at the zoo. Chiang Mai is famous for its massage and cooking schools, so if you’re interested in trying a class in either—or just getting a massage—this is the place to do it. Overnightstay in Chiang Mai

After Breakfast we head out today for a full day trip to Chaing Rai to explore the area surrounding The Golden Triangle. From a viewpoint set high on the hillside, there are magnificent views over the Mae Khong River to the physical triangle made by Burma, Laos and Thailand at the confluence of the Ruak and Mekong River. For a small fee, you can also enjoy the boat ride to view the splendor of mighty Mae Khong River. Continue on to Mae Sai, the farther-most northern trading border between Thailand and Burma, where local lunch is provided. On the return journey stops are made at Akha and Yao hilltribe villages to see the culture & heritage of this country . Overnight stay in Chiang Mai.

After Breakfast. As it’s the last day in the region can be spent in a variety of ways. Shoppers can takes taxis to the nearby Hang Dong district with furniture and art shops as well as handicrafts villages such as Baan Tawai; or to Lamphun, which has some pre-Thai-era temple architecture from the 7th century. Active types can head to Doi Inthanon National Park, where there are great views across the mountains toward Myanmar, plus bird-watching, hiking to waterfalls, and wildlife that includes Asiatic black bears. Overnight stay in Chiang Mai.
Head back to Bangkok. Check into Hote. Enroute we take you on a city and temple tour of Bangkok; Thailand has over 26,000 temples or Wats (local name). This tour will bring you to the most distinguished temples in Bangkok. Temple of the Golden Buddha, the statue is made from solid Gold weighing 5.5 tons, temple of the reclining Buddha which is the largest, oldest and most stunning in Bangkok.Evening we go on scenic cruise on the Chao phraya River Cruise. Evening is at leisure for shopping and relaxing. Overnight stay in Bangkok

After Breakfast we head north to silk mogul Jim Thompson’s House, a fine example of a traditional teak abode, with antiques displayed inside. If you’re up for more shopping, the malls near Siam Square are great browsing territory for local and international fashion, jewelry, and accessories. Tonight we enjoy Thailand’s most famous cultural dance show Siam Niramit. Rest of the evening is free for leisure shopping and relaxing. Overnight stay in Bangkok

After Breakfast. Depart to Airport for flight back home.