|4 days and 3 nights|
Thailand (Chiang Rai, Chiang Mai)
Thailand (Chiang Rai)
CHIANG RAI (Lunch)
Transfer to the hotel. Lunch at the hotel. Continue to the center of Chiang Rai to visit the most important temples of the city, Wat Phra Kaew. It is here that the Emerald Buddha was found in 1434, which is now visible at the homonymous temple inside the Royal Palace in Bangkok.
CHIANG RAI - CHIANG MAI (Breakfast, Lunch)
Departure for Chiang Saen to embark on motor launches for a trip on the Mekong River, which here marks the border between Thailand and Laos. We arrive at the famous Golden Triangle viewpoint, from which we observe the shores of Burma, Laos and Thailand. Visit to the interesting Opium Museum. Lunch in a typical restaurant. Return to Chiang Rai to visit the famous Wat Rong Khun, known as the White Temple. One of a kind, this temple was conceived in a dream by a world famous local artist and built entirely at his expense. The style, extremely modern and imaginative, is totally different from any other Buddhist temple. Departure to reach Chiang Mai via Doi Sakhet, passing by national parks and through a very luxuriant nature typical of the north of the country. Arrive in the city and visit the temple of Wat Prathat Doi Suthep, the most revered and famous temple in the North. Transfer to the hotel.
CHIANG MAI (Breakfast, Lunch)
Early morning departure for the visit of the famous long-necked women of the Padaung ethnic group Departure for the visit of “Wiang Kum Kam” an ancient city located in the Saraphi district about 3 km south of the south-eastern corner of the center of Chiang Mai. According to chronicles and archaeological evidence, the old city was built by King Mangrai around the latter part of the 13th century. The city was established as a new capital by the king after his victory over the Mon kingdom of Hariphunchai, modern-day Lamphun. Due to repeated flooding, a new capital, Chiang Mai, was built a few years later. Wiang Kum Kam flourished during the reign of the Mangrai dynasty until the end of the 16th century. Traces were then lost for many years, until 1984, when Unit 4 of the Department of Fine Arts discovered the remains of the old city around Wihan Kan Thom at Wat Chang Kham and excavations were subsequently started; many new remains have since been found and restorations have continued ever since. The main temple in the city is Wat Chedi Liam (originally Wat Ku Kham), which is still occupied by monks. Lunch in a typical restaurant. Visit Chiang Mai and visit the old city on board a cyclo, a traditional means of transport in many Asian countries. Visit Wat Chedi Luang and Wat Phra Sing. At the end, some local handicraft factories are visited. Free time for shopping. Back to the hotel.
CHIANG MAI (Breakfast)
Transfer to the airport.
- Hotel in Standard room with breakfast
- Meals as per program
- Transfers and excursions as per program
- English Speaking guide
- Assistance during your entire stay
- Phone Number "URGENCY " 24 hours
- During long trips water and refreshing towels.
- Flights, if not stated in the program
- Everything not indicated in “Quote includes"
- Hotels peak season special supplements and policies such as Christmas and new year dinner new year minimum stay etc..
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