Trip code : PKG0994
Trip name : Amazing Thailand 5days
Routing : Bangkok-Chiang Mai
Duration : 5 days - 4 nights
Touring Date : Depart everyday from 05 Jul 2007 - 31 Dec 2013
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Bangkok Grand Palace and Doi Inthanon tours
This amazing package tour will be started from Bangkok to see the most beautiful temple in Thailand which is The Emerald Buddha Temple and The Royal Grand Palace beside that you will also see the way of life of Thais who still spend their easy life stye swimming in the canal .See how they catch fish by using small paddle boat.When your Bangkok trip end you will be impressed by the nature of the north visit the highest hill in thailand and try the typical northern style food Khan toke dinner and see the northern classical dance which can make your holiday in Thailand to be remember.
day 1 : Arrival date
Our tour representative will pick up your family from Bangkok and bring you to check in at the hotel in town. And let your family have a rest at the hotel .
day 2 : The Emerald Buddha Temple and Grand Palace and Canal Tour
Emerald Buddha and Grand Palace tours
Thailand is one of the leading tourist center in South-East Asia. There are many attractive things such as beautiful scenery, culture, way of life of people and historical places like Grand Palace and the Emerald Buddha Temple. It is one of the high light of Bangkok tour after adjoining the Grand Palace you enter exiting the Emerald Buddha Temple that you cannot be missed. Time at The Grand Palace Every day 8.30-15.30 Admission 200 baht for foreigner. Dress in The Grand Palace You should dressing in Smart clothes -no vests,shorts, see through clothes, sarongs, mini-skirts or fisher-man\'s trousers. How to get there By boat From BTS Sapahan Taksin you should be took up a boat and down at Thatien pier and then you can walk to The Grand Palace or Emerald Buddha temples and Wat Pho. On Foot From Khao San road you can walk to The Grand Palace or Emerald Buddha temples about 20 minutes. Emerald Buddha temple(Wat Phra Kaeo)
Around 9.00a.m Pick up from hotel to visit the Emerald Buddha Temple and Royal Grand Palace
Around 11.00a.m Explore the Venice by long tail speed boat to see way of life of Thais in the Bangkok Noi Canal.
Around 12.15 p.m. Buffet Lunch
Around 13.30p.m. City tour and Shopping at the famous place where local product like silk and handicraft are available.
Around 15.30 p.m. Arrive at hotel.
day 3 : Depart from BKK to Chiang Mai For Khan Toke, Traditional Northern Thai Dinner
In the morning, pick up from hotel to airport to catch the plane to Chiang Mai and
when you arrive at Chiang Mai our staff will pick you up from airport in Chiang Mai and then transfer you to the hotel in Chiang Mai.
Around 7.00 p.m. Pick you up from hotel in Chiang Mai
Complete your visit to Chiang Mai with a traditional evening Khan Toke dinner. Relax in an informal setting while dinning on delicious northern Thai cuisine. Tuck in and eat to your heart’s content because second, third, even fourth helpings are always at your beck and call. During the meal, dancers will entertain you with cultural dances, such as the finger -nail dance, candle dance, sword dance and group dance while a musical ensemble plays. If you wish to, join in with the group dance and have a good time. After this, a selection of hill-tribe dances rounds up this entertaining evening, with memories to last you a life -time.
9.00pm arrive at hotel
day 4 : Doi Inthanon National Park
Chiang Mai Doi Inthanon National Park tours
Located in Chiang Mai Province, Doi Inthanon National Park encompasses the highest mountain In Thailand, Doi Inthanon, as well as several lesser summits. The doi (mountain) is largely a granite batholith intruding a southerly extension of the Shan Hills range and forming the divide between the Nam Mae Ping river to the east and the Nam Mae Chaem river to the west. Lower elevations in the most easterly pant of the park are limestone formations and contain a number of caves. Formerly known as Doi Angka, the mountain now bears (since 1899) a shortened version of the name of Chiang Mai\'s last sovereign, King Inthawichayanon. During his reign, he had, with great foresight, expressed his concern for the forests of the northern hill country as the watershed for all of central Thailand. The modern study of rain forest hydrology has borne out his early convictions and given substance to Thai folklore which describes this hill region as the home of the Phiphannam, the \'spirit who shares water\'. Before the King died near the turn of this century, he commanded that his remains be placed at the top of this mountain: his ashes at the summit stupa are visited by thousands of people each year.
Lying south of Chiang Mai, the granite mass of Doi Inthanon at 2,565 meters is the country’s highest mountain. Designated as a national park, the splendid natural environment is habitat to a large species of birds, animals, flowers and local fauna. After a final steep climb, the summit is surprisingly flat though misty, cold and windy. A small chedi above the visitor’s center contains the remains of Chao Inthawichayanon, who died in 1897, the last independent ruler of Chiang Mai before Lanna was incorporated in Siam. Some of the largest water -falls in the country are situated on this mountain. Local lunch is provided. (Warm jackets should be taken along on this trip)
day 5 : Day of Leisure ending the trip or extend your holiday in Thailand
After breakfast you can have time to rest and pack up your belonging before fly back to Bangkok or extend your holiday in Thailand.
Child over 14 years old use adult rate
All personal expense and Air Ticket