Chiang Mai - Chiang Rai 4D3N (Northern Exposure)
Sales By Hippo On Tour : 79/311 Soi Ramkhamhaeng 150, Khwaeng Saphan Sung, Khet Saphan Sung, Bangkok 10240, Thailand Tel: 02 116 6767 Mobile: 086 339 4174-5 Fax: 02 048 5988
Horse-Drawn Carriage or Rail Tram - Wat Phra That Doi Kham - Kruba Srivichai Monument - Wat Phra That Doi Suthep
Pick up at Chiang Mai International Airport or within the city in the morning.
Visits Vieng Kung Kam, Unseen in Thailand as the oldest in Lanna Empire. Riding on Rail Tram or Horse carriage.
Visits Wat Phra That Doi Kham, Temple atop a forested mountain featuring ornate gold carvings & a 17-m. sitting Buddha statue.
12 pm buffet lunch @ hotel
1 pm visits Kruba Srivichai Monument who built road to Doi Suthep Mountain and continues to Wat Phra That Doi Suthep
3 pm visits Chiang Mai Zoo to see Giant Pandas from China (may switches to Art in Paradise or Bhubing Palace)
5 pm returns to 3 star hotel to check-in
7 pm dinner at Khum Khantoke for Khantoke buffet featuring local folk dance
9 pm returns to hotel
Doi Inthanon National Park - Prince Inthawichayanon Statue - The Royal Agricultural Station Inthanon - Wachirathan Waterfall
Breakfast @ hotel
8 am travels to Doi Inthanon National Park, nicknamed "the roof of Thailand", is in the Thanon Thong Chai Range, Chom Thong District, Chiang Mai Province, northern Thailand. It includes Doi Inthanon, the country's highest mountain.
10 am reaches peak of Doi Inthanon where Army Airforce Station and Radar Station located as well as Ruler of Lanna Inthawichayanon was the 7th Ruler of Chiang Mai from 1870 until his death in 1897.
10:30 am visits Doi Ang Ka Nature Trail (Michael trail) featuring Thailand's largest Mosque.
11 am visits The Great Holy Relics Pagoda Nabhapolbhumisiri, built for King Rama IX & Queen Sirikit
12 pm set menu lunch @ Khrua Mittraphap Restaurant
1 pm shopping at Hmong Market for Hill tribe's souvenirs
2 pm visits The Royal Agricultural Station Inthanon, King Rama IX Personal Project for eliminating opium growing. Established in 1979, the Station servers as a research centre for a wide variety of the highland fisheries, in order to develop the livelihood of the hill tribe farmers. It also serves as a centre to disseminate knowledge and new innovation derived from the research of the sustainable highland farming to other regions.
Visits Wachirathan Waterfall, the second major waterfall on the way up to the summit of Doi Inthanon.
5:30 pm returns to accommodation and leisure - dinner at your preference (excludes meal)
Mae Khachan Hot Spring - Baan Dam Black House Museum - Doi Mae Salong Mountain - Choui Fong Tea, Mae Chan Tea House & Plantation
8 am breakfast @ hotel then check-out process to travel to Chiang Rai Province with quick stops at Mae Khachan Hot Spring.
Visits Wat Rong Khu, better known to foreigners as the White Temple, is a contemporary, unconventional, privately-owned art exhibit in the style of a Buddhist temple in Chiang Rai Province, Thailand.
12 pm lunch at local restaurant
1 pm visits Baan Dam Black House Museum, A collection of wood buildings featuring works by Thawan Duchanee & other contemporary Thai artists.
3 pm continues to Doi Mae Salong Mountain and stops at Choui Fong Tea, Mae Chan Tea House & Plantation
5 pm check-in @ Maesalong Flower Hills Resort and leisure
7 pm dinner at your preference (excludes meal)
Monks on Horse-back - Doi Tung Royal Villa - Tha Khi Lek or Mae Sai Market - Golden Triangle
7 am breakfast @ hotel then check-out process to travel to Wat Tham Pa Acha Thong or the temple where the monks ride horses to go on their alms round in the morning is located in Tambon Sri Kham on the remote high hill.
10 am visits Doi Tung Royal Villa, HRH Princess Srinagarindra called the villa "home at Doi Tung". The Royal Villa was built with Princess Mother's private funds
12 pm lunch at local restaurant
1 pm visits Mae Sai Market or Tha Khi Lek Market, a prosperous bazaar overflowing with Thai, Burmese and Chinese items.
Then to Golden Triangle, one of Asia's two main opium-producing areas. It is an area of approximately 950,000 square kilometres that overlaps the mountains of three countries of Southeast Asia: Myanmar, Laos and Thailand.
Visits Phra BharommathatBuddhanimit Chedi featuring Pha Nga Monk statue and Mae Kong River viewpoint.
5 pm leaving Golden Triangle to drop off at Chiang Rai International Airport or within the city (can also drops off at Chiang Mai International Airport for 9 pm flight departures).
- accommodation with breakfast
- lunch 4 meals/dinner 1 meal
- attractions fee as listed on itinerary
- travel insurance during trip ฿1,000,000
- personal expense
- VAT 7%, Tax 3%
- airplane ticket
- minimum 2 pax
- excludes seasonal surcharge
- Private Tour only
***tour itinerary may switch based on condition, price may increase accordingly***
|01 Sep - 31 Aug 2018||Adult minimum 2-3 pax||THB 11,500||