Day 1: Arrive in Bangkok
Honestly for a lot of travelers, Thailand is the gateway to Southeast Asia. Bangkok is an amazing city retaining beautiful charm with mesmerizing temples, historic sites, spirit houses, food markets and typical chaotic street scenes amidst the skyscrapers and overhead expressways. Be greeted by your guide at the airport and transfer to your desired city hotel. Enjoy the rest of your day at leisure.
Dady 2: Bangkok
Appreciate a half day visit going to two of Bangkok’s most remarkable points of interest, the Grand Palace and Wat Arun, additionally alluded to as the Temple of Dawn. Begin cruising to Wat Arun, a Buddhist sanctuary and meander around its serene grounds. Proceed by vessel over the stream until you reach Ta Chang Pier and stroll to the Grand Palace.
Later toward the evening, get back to the Lebua State Tower and visit the winning Spa and Wellness Center. Get a short prologue to nuts and bolts of Thai Massage and appreciate a hour and a half Thai Massage. After your massage, go to Lebua’s popular rooftop eatery Sirocco and appreciate a tasting menu of the culinary expert’s top choices as the endless supply of Bangkok’s best perspectives.
Day 3: Bangkok to Chiang Rai
Appreciate a voyage through Bangkok’s different sanctuaries that will give you another understanding into Bangkok’s religious life. Stop first at Wat Saket, which dates from the nineteenth century. Visit Wat Suthat and its expansive bronze Buddha picture that goes back to the Sukhothai period. The last one is Wat Ratchanatdaram whose rooftop involves 37 cast press towers in 7 levels and is known as the Loha Prasart (“Metal Palace”). Enjoy delicious lunch in a nearby restaurant and travel forward to the air terminal for a domestic flight to Chiang Rai. Meet your personal guide at the air terminal and transfer to the inn for check in. Enjoy the day by taking some rest.
Day 4: Chiang Rai
Visit Thailand’s northern city of Chiang Rai that gloats an intriguing architectural history in a blend of Thai and Burmese styles. Begin with a visit to the old sanctuary of Wat Phra Kae, unique home of the Emerald Buddha.Visit wat Phra That Doi Chom Thong with its huge gold stupa, and after that visit Wat Rong Khun with its white glass plan, very not the same as any other sanctuary in Thailand. After a local lunch of Northern Thai Specialties, visit the scandalous Golden Triangle, prestigious for centuries as the focal point of the opium exchange. From a peak perspective, wonder about the magnificence of the compelling Mekong joining with the Ruak to frame the real “Triangle” with Laos, Burma (Myanmar) and Thailand.
Day 5: Chiang Rai to Chiang Mai
Transfer back toward the northern city of Chiang Mai with a stop while in transit to visit the Akha individuals, who have their underlying foundations from the Yunnan district in Southern China. At that point meet with the Yao individuals with rich clothing and gold plated adornments. Continue to chiang Saen, a little junction town on the banks of the Mekong. Touch base in Chiang Mai in the late evening and check into the hotel as well. Later at night transfer for supper at Chiang Mai customary eatery and appreciate a bright northern Thai Khan Toke dance show.
Day 6: Chiang Mai
Your adventure begins with a visit to Wat Suan Dok, outside the antiquated city walls of Chiang Mai. Visit wat Chedi Luang where the Emerald Buddha was once revered. Get the opportunity to stop at the Wats, visit with the ministers and take in more about Buddhism. Visit Wat Phra Singh with its amazing prayer hall that contains an extremely holy 1,500 year old Buddha picture. End the trek with a visit to Wat Phrathat on Doi Suthep Mountain. Exchange back to Chiang Mai and appreciate a lunch of Khao Soi, a Chiang Mai claim to fame of rice noodles and curried sauce with chicken or pork.
Day 7: Chiang Mai Organic Cooking Experience
Appreciate a family environment and impart cooking privileged insights to an outstanding nearby gourmet expert who set up a natural farmhouse and now deals with a roomy garden brimming with Thai herbs and tropical organic products. From your hotel, first visit the nearby Ruamchook market with the gourmet expert; at the culinary specialist’s homestead home, visit his natural garden, pick some new herbs and proceed with a hands-on cooking knowledge. Return toward the evening to the lodging in Chiang Mai. Later this evening, visit the Spa at the Chedi and appreciate a Northern Thailand (Lanna) style Thai Massage. Take rest for the remaining day!
Day 8: Departure
Enjoy today at leisure until your transfer to the airport for your departure flight.
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