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4 days 3 nights
TourID: THA4

4 days - Short break in Thailand

Day 1 Bangkok

means car

We welcome you at airport and transfer to hotel. After a refreshment, visit Wat Traimit, Wat arun and Wat Pho.
Overnight in Bangkok.

Day 2 Ayutthaya

means car

Leave Bangkok for Ayutthaya. Visit to Bang Pa-In Summer Palace. Continue your visit to Historical Park. Afternoon, Phraya River back to Bangkok and enjoy buffet dinner.
Overnight in Bangkok.

Day 3 Chiang Mai

means airplane

Morning, transfer to the Airport for the flight to Chiang Mai. Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel and check-in. After a refreshment, visit a Meo Hill tribe village. Then continue your visit to Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep and much more.
Overnight in Chiang Mai.

Day 4 Chiang Mai

means car

Morning, embark to the Elephants Camp to see the elephants at work in a jungle area. Riding Elephant for sightseeing and enjoy lunch. After lunch, transfer to the airport for your onwards flight (or flight back to Bangkok).

Day 01: Arrival in Bangkok.

Upon arrival, we welcome you at airport in Bangkok and transfer you to hotel. Arrival and check-in at hotel.

After a refreshment, visit Wat Traimit, the Temple of the Golden Buddha, the temple is famous for its 900-years old five-and-a-half-ton solid gold image, and then continue to visit Wat Arun, perhaps better known as the Temple of the Dawn, is one of the best known landmarks and one of the most published images of Bangkok.

Continue your visit to Wat Pho, the largest and oldest temple in Bangkok, as well as the largest single Buddha image: the Reclining Buddha (Phra Buddhasaiyas), also known as Wat Phra Chetuphon or The Temple of the Reclining Buddha. The temple is also known as the birthplace of traditional Thai massage Reclining Buddha.

Overnight in Bangkok

Day 02: Bangkok – Ayutthaya – Cruise back to Bangkok (B,L)

Breakfast at hotel and then sightseeing to Ayutthaya, visit to Bang Pa-In Summer Palace, a beautiful decorated in both traditional Chinese and European style. After that, continue to Ayutthaya city, the ancient city which was the former Thai Capital for over 400 years.

We will visit to Wat Maha That, over 600 years old which was the heart and soul of the Ayutthaya people. Then visit Wat Na PhraMane, remain in perfect condition, as it was used as the Burmese headquarter. Continue your visit to Wat Lokayasutharam, a mysterious past, whereby its origins are unknown. The temple enshrines a largest reclining Buddha image which was built during the early period of the Ayutthaya region.

After that, continue to the River Sun Cruise Pier for a cruise along the Chao Phraya River back to Bangkok and also enjoy a delicious buffet lunch on boat, during the journey you are able to watch the Chao Phraya River banks scenery from the River Sun Cruise, till arriving at the Bangkok City. We will pass the Royal Grand Palace, pass by Wat Arun (Temple of Down) and arrive to the River City Complex Pier, Si Phraya, then transfer to hotel and free at leisure.

Overnight in Bangkok.

Day 03: Bangkok – Chiang Mai – Doi Suthep Temple – Meo Doi Pui (B,L)

Morning, transfer to the Airport for the flight to Chiang Mai. Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel, check-in at hotel.

After a refreshment, the journey begins with a visit to a Meo Hill tribe village. Since they originally migrated from South China, the physical features of the tribe are similar to Chinese. They prefer large families. The average is about 8 persons in a family. They practice shifting agriculture. Mostly planting upland rice, corn and soybeans. Generally you will find that the womenfolk’s works harder than the men. A traits similar with most hill tribes. Their houses are not built on stilt rather directly on the ground. Due to its proximity to Doi Suthep this particular village is slightly more commercial and less traditional. Doi Pui was once famous for opium cultivation. It is 1500 metre above the sea level.

Trip continues on to Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep. Driving up offers a panoramic view of Chiang Mai city. Later on, embark to the San Kamphaeng district, heart of the silk and cotton home industries, to witness the fascinating process of making and weaving these popular fabrics. Continue on the Bor Sang, the umbrella village, where the delicate Thai paper umbrellas are produced and hand-painted. From here, onwards to Thai Celadon, about 6kms north of Chiang Mai, where exquisite ceramics are produced. These are modeled on the Sawankhalok pottery that used to be made hundreds of years ago at Sukhothai and exported all over the region. With its deep, cracked glazed finish the style is very distinctive and some pieces are exceptionally beautiful. Last but not least, are stops to observe the intricacies of both lacquerware and silverware craftsmen.

Overnight in Chiang Mai.

Day 04: Chiang Mai – Departure (B,L)

Breakfast at hotel, embark to the Elephants Camp to see the elephants at work in a jungle area. See how the elephants are trained for working with human and the elephant shows. Then, you will be on an exciting ride on the elephant ride along the trails and followed by Ox-Cart ride back to the camp. Lunch at the elephant camp.

Afternoon, enjoy with local handicraft bamboo rafting along Mae Taeng river. Return to Chiang Mai and a stop will be at Orchid Nursery.

Transfer to airport for your flight back to Bangkok or for your onwards flight.

End of the journey!

Tour price includes:

  • Hotel/accommodation mentioned.
  • Meals mentioned (B,L,D = Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner).
  • Transfer and transport as per itinerary.
  • English speaking guide.
  • Entrance fees.


  • Drinks.
  • Your personal expenses.

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