Top Temple & Natural Attractions
Royal Grand Palace and Emerald Buddha
This is the perfect introduction to Thailand, the Buddhist faith, regal splendor and tradition. Though no longer the royal residence, it remains, the symbol of the kingdom. You will visit the key attractions around the Grand Palace including Wat Phra Kaew-Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Coronation Throne Hall, Royal Reception Hall, Royal Funeral Hall, the Golden Chedi, and the Royal Pantheon.
Doi Suthep Temple Tour
Wat Prathat Doi Suthep is the most important and famous temple in Chiang Mai. The tour begins with a pleasant wildly driving up 3,500 feet above sea level to the sacred temple of Doi Suthep. You then ascend up the 306 steps to the temple gateway which guarded by two splendid Nagas (serpents). Walk around the grounds of Doi Suthep past golden pillars, six foot gongs and rows of bells. A five tiered parasols made of gold sat on display in the inner courtyard. Wat Prathat Doi Suthep was built in 1383, is the symbol of Chiang Mai. It is the most sacred temple in the city and contains the holy relic of the Lord Buddha which is enshrined in the magnificent golden pagoda that can be seen for miles around. A panoramic view of the city and the surrounding countryside can be seen from the temple grounds.
Kayaking at Khao Daeng, Hua Hin
We travel down south to Sam Roi Yod National Park. First we stop off at a seaside village Khung Tanod where the scenery was made famous in the world known film The Killing Fields And it will take about 25 minutes to reach Sai cave. These ancient caverns have petrified waterfall and monstrous limestone domes with dangling stone tentacles. The climb to the cave is quite rigorous.
Elephant Riding and Show
Elephants have always held a special place in Thai history. Their outward gentleness and innate talent has earned them respect love and admiration. A symbol of power and ironically peace the national flag of Siam once bore the emblem of a white elephant. Elephant number in Thailand are dwindling with only 3000 to 4000 left in the country. Conversation awareness has led to elephant camps being set up to keep these gentle giants occupied hard ling logs and entertaining visitors.
Full Day to Khao Yai National Park
Khao Yai National Park is Thailand’s oldest and best well known nature sanctuary for decades. Being the second largest national park of Thailand. Right now as Khao Yai National Park has been designated a World Heritage under the name Dong Phayayen Khao Yai Forest complex since July 2005. Khao Yai has really become an all-time favorite place to visit for every traveller at all age.
Full Day Elephant Chiang Dao
- Orchids & Butterflies Farm
- Chiang Dao Elephant Camp
- Elephant Ride
- Lisu Hill Tribe Village
- Bamboo Rafting
Doi Inthanon National Park, Waterfall & Hilltribe Village Tour
Visit Doi Inthanon National park, the highest mountain of Thailand (8,500 feet above sea level). Beautiful Maeklang Waterfall and Vachiratharn Waterfall, then visit the great pagodas which were built for the highness Majesties King and Queen. Then trip also can visit Meo hilltribe village which is living by the Royal project and the poor Karen hilltribe villages .
Half Day City Temple Tour + Boat Trip
Visit and explore revered temples in Chiang Mai. All was constructed during the Lanna period; each reflects the glory, splendors and nobility of a rich historical era. Shortly walk across an iron bridge from the market crossing over the river for a Scorpion Tailed Boat Trip upstream the River Ping to enjoy beautiful scenery and local life along the riverside.
Damnoensaduak Floating Market & River Kwai Bridge)
Visit Thailands unique Floating Market at Damnoensaduak and also see how they make the coconut sugar and take the speed boat along the canal to see Thai rural life and Floating Market with shoppers and vendors plying their wares from tiny boats. Also visit the Bridge over the River Kwai of cinematic fame, the war cemetery of allied soldiers who perished while building the notorious "Death Railway" during captivity in World War II and the War Museum.
Pattaya Day Tour (From Bangkok)
Visit to Coral Island, the largest of Pattayas archipelago. Lunch at restaurant on the Island and free at leisure on the beach until return to Pattaya.Tour Itinerary
06.30-07.30 hrs. : Pick up at hotel in Bangkok
08.30-09.00 hrs. : Arrive Pattaya and take boat to Coral Island
10.00 hrs. : Free at leisure on the beach
12.00 hrs. : Lunch at local restaurant and free at leisure until return to Pattaya
15.30 hrs. : Leave from Coral Island and return to Pattaya and leave for Bangkok
18.00 hrs. : Arrive Bangkok and send you back to hotel