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Chiangmai Cultural Tour (4days 3 nights)

    DAY 1

    07:00 Hotel pick up – Depart from Bangkok to Chiangmai by Car
    12:00

    Lunch in local Reataurant

    14:00 Check in at Yesterday the Village Hotel or Equivalent
    15:00 Explore Chiangmai City, Wat PraSing

    Chiang Mai , Lanna, also sometimes written as "Chiengmai" or "Chiangmai", is the largest and most culturally significant city in northern Thailand, and is the capital of Chiang Mai Province. It is located some 700 km (435 mi) north of Bangkok, among some of the highest mountains in the country. The city stands on the Ping river, a major tributary of the Chao Phraya river.

    Wat Phra Sing - Within the walls of the ancient city are several old temples of interest. Among them, Wat Phra Sing is perhaps the largest and most interesting, although it may not seem so at first glance. Upon entering the main gate, you're greeted by a large and dusty parking area. Across the lot is a large wiharn (prayer hall) with an intricately carved front. This is your first clue that there's more here than there might appear.

    19:00 Dinner at the Gallery Rastaurant
    20:30 Enjoy walking at Chiangmai Night Bazaar

    The Night Bazaar, or Kad Luang (Royal Market) as it is know by locals, is one of Chiang Mai's biggest draws. Located right in the centre of the city on Ping River, it is easily accessible and if you are in Chiang Mai a visit is almost obligatory. The market attracts huge crowds every evening and it is a great place to pick up trinkets and gifts. Given the market’s close proximity to the companies that manufacture them, the price of local handicrafts is attractively cheap here.

    DAY 2

    07:30 Breakfast at Hotel
    08:30 Visit Doi Suthep, one of the most poputar spots in town

    Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep is a Buddhist temple in Chiang Mai Province, Thailand. The temple is often referred to as "Doi Suthep" although this is actually the name of the mountain it is located on. The temple is located 15 km from the city of Chiang Mai and is a sacred site to many Thai people. From the temple impressive views of Chiang Mai can be seen and it remains a popular destination of foreign visitors.

    12:00 Lunch at Local Restaurant
    13:00 Visit Orchid & Butterfly Farm

    With more than 25,000 species, orchids are among the most successful and remarkable plants in the world. It is in the tropics that orchids are at their most diverse and spectacular. Thailand has about 860 orchid species, 473 of which can be found in and around Chiang Mai province.

    A visit to one of the orchid farms in the Mae Sa valley near Chiang Mai city can be a wondrous experience. Unfortunately, in the wild, massive forest destruction and the over collecting of some species is endangering many orchids. The future of many of these beautiful plants could well depend on farms and private collectors.

    15:00 Enjoy the splash & nature at Maesa Waterfall

    Mae Sa Waterfall is another ‘iconic’ image of Chiang Mai, although it is somewhat less famous than some other sites. The waterfall has 8 tiers and set against a backdrop of huge trees it is very impressive. The climate around the waterfall is cool throughout the year and it is a very popular meeting place for locals. For foreigners, the trip is often combined with a visit to the Mae Sa Elephant Training Centre.

    18:00

    Khum Kantok Dinner

    Khan Toke Dinner Dine on authentic Northern Thai food, Sample local delicacies and enjoy the atmosphere of Lanna Khantoke. You will be entertained by a cultural show celebrating dancing styles from every part of the country including A Candle dance , Drum dance, Sword dance , Hill Tribe dance at Khum Kantoke

    DAY 3

    08:00 Breakfast at Hotel
    09:00 Travel to Hangdong Handicraft Village, enjoy the wooden craft museum and shopping bargain souvenoir

    This crafts village in the district of Hang Dong, 20kms south of Chiang Mai, has traditionally been the centre of the handicraft trade in North Thailand and remains one of the busiest of such clusters in the whole of Thailand. An increasing number of visitors are being bussed in here from Chiang Mai for an all-in-one shopping experience.

    In addition to covered arcades packed full of shops selling every imaginable handicraft you can think of, the road to Hang Dong is rapidly being lined with individual micro-factories with fantastic showrooms displaying collections of antiques and furniture. Wood is certainly the spirit of this crafts village.

    12:00 Lunch at local restaurant
    13:00 Traval to Borsang Village for umbrella painting

    Bor Sang Village, on highway 1006 heading east from Chiang Mai, appears to be a typical sleepy rural village, the kind the tour bus speeds by giving you just a fleeting glimpse of its two-storey wooden houses. But hidden in the tiny lanes, villagers have perfected a craft that creates the country’s most famous umbrellas.

    For more than 100 years, the village has been associated with the production of umbrellas made from Saa paper derived from mulberry tree bark. According to local history, a monk travelled to neighbouring Myanmar, where he came across Saa paper umbrellas that offered protection against both the sun and rain.

    18:00 Dinner at Local restaurant
    19:00 Experience the new adventure at Chiangmai Night Safari

    Chiang Mai Night Safari is the world's third nocturnal zoo and is a government nature theme park which is built to promote Chiang Mai tourism regarding to the government's policy apart from arts, cultures, traditions, and the beauty of nature which are the main fascinating tourist attractions. Chiang Mai Night Safari was established after Night Safari in Singapore and China Night Safari in Guangzhou. Chiang Mai Night Safari is 2 times larger than Singapore's Night Safari and it is considered by some to be the most beautiful night safari in the world.

    DAY 4

    07:00 Breakfast at hotel & Chect out
    08:00 Depart Chiangmai
    12:00 Lunch at Local Restaurant & continue trip to Bangkok
    16:00 Arrive Bangkok and transfer to hotel or airport

    Special rate:

    2-3 ppl 4-5 ppl 6+ ppl

    15,000 baht

    10,300 baht

    8,700 baht

    *Price per person

    Price includes:

  • Car and driver
  • Entrance fee
  • Accomodation
  • All maels
  • Staff escort to the trip
  • Travel Insurance
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