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Taking this trip, you really travel throughout Thailand, the world’s fifth friendliest country voted by Rough Guides’ Readers. Sixteen million tourists fly into this country each year, and despite the influx of visitors, its cultural integrity remains relatively intact. Sixteen million tourists fly into Thailand each year, and despite the influx of visitors, this country’s cultural integrity remains relatively intact. Around ninety per cent of Thai people are Buddhist and Thailand is famous for its beautiful white sand beaches and stunning, clear blue seas. With over 2,000 miles of coastline and 8,000 tropical islands, Thailand offers visitors a wide variety of beaches to choose from, including quiet, secluded coves and stretches of sand that are filled with wild partying tourists.

DAY 1: ARRIVE BANGKOK (D)

Arrive in Bangkok, Thailand. Meet your guide at the airport and transfer to your hotel. Dinner and overnight in Bangkok.

 

DAY 2: BANGKOK (B/L/D)
Breakfast at hotel. Your city tour today includes the most unusual Buddhist temples in Bangkok:

Wat Traimit with its invaluable Golden Buddha (5 ½ tons of solid gold)

Wat Po, the most extensive temple in Bangkok, with its colossal Reclining Buddha and the Chedis of the Kings.

The Grand Palace is one of the most beautiful samples of an ancient Siamese court.  It used to be the residence of the Kings of Thailand.  Here you will see palaces which were used for different occasions: the Funeral Palace, the Reception Palace, the Throne Hall, the Coronation Hall, the Royal  Guest House, and the beautiful Emerald Buddha Temple. Lunch at local restaurant.

Board a longtail boat at the pier to visit the Wat Arun or Temple of Dawn and its amazing architecture, situated on the banks of the Chaophraya River.

Back to hotel and free time for leisure. Overnight at Bangkok.

DAY 3: BANGKOK – KORAT (B/L/D)

Breakfast at hotel. Depart for Korat. En route visit the market in Klang Dong. After lunch we proceed to a small town of Phimai in the northeast of Korat, known for the magnificent Khmer Prasat , Museum and the Historical Park. Transfer to Korat, on the way, visit one of the greatest Banyan trees in Thailand. Arrive at Korat. Check into your hotel. Dinner and overnight at Korat.

DAY 4: KORAT – SURIN (B/L/D)

Breakfast at hotel. Visit the village of Dan Kwian, pottery village and its wonderfully crafted earthenware. Proceed overland to Phanom Rung, the finest Khmer Temple in Thailand, which gives an idea of ​​Angkor Wat in Cambodia; it is also similar to Phimai. Both of the monuments seem to be developed from the famous Angkor Wat. Located nearby is Muang Tam, another impressive Khmer temple. After lunch, visit the silk weaving village of Ban Nong Sang Nga. The village consists of about 600 inhabitants. People breed silkworms spin the yarn and weave silk. Continue to Surin. Dinner and overnight at Surin.

DAY 5: SURIN – KHAO PHRA VIHARN – UBON RATCHATANI (B/L/D)

Breakfast at hotel. Depart to Khao Phra Viharn, one of the places with the most beautiful monuments in south east Asia. From here you can look over to Cambodia. Although it is on Cambodian territory, the only access is from Thailand to the temple same half and requires no visa. This fact makes a visit to this temple summit so fascinating. After lunch we proceed to Khong Jiam on a boat trip on the Mekong River to the hotel. Dinner and overnight at Ubon.

DAY 6: UBON RATCHATHANI – MUKHADAN – NAKHON PHANOM (B/L/D)

Breakfast at hotel. Departure to Pha Taem National Park Here there are ancient rock paintings, that are around 2000 – 3000 years old. After lunch visit the famous Mukdahan Indochina market where products come from the Mekong (Vietnam, China, Laos and Cambodia) to the local market to be sold. Continue to Nakhorn Phanom. En route visit the famous temple Wat Thai Phra That Phanom. Arrival in Nakorn Phanom, a small, charming town on the Mekong River. Dinner and overnight at Nakhon Phanom.

DAY 7: NAKHON PHANOM – SAKON – UDON THANI (B/L/D)

Breakfast at hotel. Visit the former home of Ho Chi Minh, the Vietnamese hero who lived here. Next, you visit Wat Phra Thad and Choeng Chum, an ancient brick pagoda of 24 m height. In the chapel is the sacred Luang Pho Ong Saen Buddha statue. Then it goes on to Phra Narai Cheng Weng Thad sanctuary. After lunch, visit the Baan Chiang National Museum at Udon Thani, which houses many exhibits, 4000-7000 years old. Primitive artifacts were found at Ban Chiang and 1992 was declared as a UNESCO World Heritage. Arrive at Udon Thani town and have dinner. Overnight at Udon Thani.

DAY 8: UDONTHANI – LOEI – PETCHABOON (B/L/D)

Breakfast at hotel. Visit Phu Phra Bat Historical Park. After lunch visit Sri Song Rak Phartat in Loei. Continue to Pethchaboon. Dinner and overnight at Petchaboon.

DAY 9: PETCHABOON – PHITSANLUK – SUKOTHAI (B/L/D)

Breakfast at hotel. First we take a trip to Wat Maha That, with its highly revered Buddha statue, Phra Buddha Jinaraj. After lunch drive to Sukhothai, the UNESCO World Heritage, where you see the ancient ruins at Sukhothai Historical Park and Wat Sri Chum with its gigantic Buddha statue. Dinner & overnight at Sukothai.

DAY 10: SUKOTHAI – LAMPANG (B/L/D)

Breakfast at hotel. Visit Srisatchanalai Historical Park. Lunch at a local restaurant. Then drive to Lampang. Upon arrival visit the ancient city by horse carriage. Lampang is the only town in Thailand where horse-drawn carriages are still used. Visit to Wat Don Tao. Furthermore, you visit Wat Pa Fang and Wat Si Rong Muang. These 2 temples are in Burmese style, with exquisite wood carvings. Dinner and overnight at Lampang.

DAY 11: LAMPANG – CHIANG RAI (B/L/D)

Breakfast at hotel. Lampang City Tour with lunch. Lampang is known as “Horse Carriage City” and has magnificent temples and houses with colonial styles. Depart for Chiang Rai on Phayao Route. On arrival check into your hotel and dinner. Overnight at Chiang Rai.

DAY 12: CHIANG RAI – CHIANG MAI (B/L/D)

Breakfast at hotel. Visit Chiang Sean ancient city with Wat Chedi Luang. Later you visit Golden Triangle View Point. Lunch. Proceed your trip to the border town of Mae Sai and visit Yao and Akha Hill Tribes. Depart for Chiang Mai. Arrive at Chiangmai. Check into your hotel and have Khan Toke Dinner with show. Overnight at Chiang Mai.

DAY 13: CHIANG MAI (B,L)

Breakfast at hotel. Visit Mae Sa Elephant camp with Elephant Show. Visit Orchid Farm. Lunch. Visit Doi Suthep Temple.  In the evening, you walk on Walking Street (Night Market on Sundays). Overnight at Chiang Mai

DAY 14:  CHIANG MAI – BANGKOK by train (B)

Breakfast at hotel. Morning is the best time for you to offer food to monks before visiting Wat Phar Sing and a local Market. Transfer to Chiang Mai Railway station for a night train to Bangkok. Overnight on board.

DAY 15: BANGKOK (B)

Arrive at Bangkok. Meet guide/driver and transfer to hotel for check in. Overnight in Bangkok. Huahin.

DAY 16: DEPART BANGKOK (B)

Breakfast at hotel. Transfer to airport for your departure flight.

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