Multi-Day Tours
Thailand Fascinating Experiences 13 Days / 12 Nights 

Bangkok arrival – Street food at Chinatown  
Arrive at Bangkok Airport and welcome by your speaking guide. Transfer to your hotel.
In the evening head to street level and jump aboard a tuk tuk into Chinatown at Yaowarat Road, with its neon lights and bustling atmosphere. You will be able to sample different dishes knowledgeable guide will explain the background to all the different food and the history of the local area. 
At night time the tour finishes with a drink in a lovely open air bar from where you can sit in comfort and watch the hustle and bustle of China Town before transferring by private vehicle back to your hotel.
Overnight in Bangkok

Bangkok public transportation with highlight 
Breakfast at hotel, then set off to uncover the history of Bangkok, travelling through this magical capital using public transportation such as sky train, Express Boat and long-tailed boat. Your time in the grandeur of Bangkok has just begun. After breakfast, start your journey in Bangkok, one of Asia's most cosmopolitan centers, and ride on a BTS (Sky train) to the Chao Praya Central Pier. Continue to travel along the waterway to the majesty of the Grand Palace and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. 
The splendid Grand Palace enclosure is home to many ornate temples and buildings, in a variety of architectural styles. Gold leaf, reflective tiling and Buddha Images are to be seen everywhere. The magnificent Wat Phra Kaeo - a treasure trove of Thai arts and home to the Emerald Buddha, Thailand’s most revered Buddha image - is at the heart of the complex. Walk to one of the oldest temples in Bangkok: Wat Pho (or the temple of the Reclining Buddha). The famous reclining Buddha, constructed in 1932, is enshrined in this temple. The 46-metre-long and 15-metre-high gold-plated Reclining Buddha, with eyes and feet inlaid with mother-of-pearl brings, to mind the Lord Buddha’s entry into Nirvana. Wat Pho was also the first center of public education in the Kingdom. Nowadays, it is an important center for the teaching and administering of traditional Thai massage.  Set off along the Waterway of Chao Praya River on a private long-tailed boat to discover the Thonburi canal and get an in-depth look at daily life along the canals. Before returning to your hotel, discover some of the main landmarks of Bangkok.
Overnight in Bangkok

Mae Klong Railway Market-Damnoen Saduak-The Bridge on the River Kwai
Early this morning you will be picked up from your hotel in Bangkok, and drive to Samut Sakorn Province Thailand.  Visit the most unique local market, Mae Klong Railway Market, the fishing has been (and still is) one of the main livelihoods of the people who live here, and the market is a way for them to sell their goods. However, officials decided to build a railway to better distribute their catch to provinces around Thailand, including the capital, but the market remained, despite the tracks cutting straight through it.
Travel to Kanchanaburi for lunch at local restaurant. Visit the Thailand-Burma Railway Centre, where interactive exhibits, short films and clear descriptions provide the context of the Japanese aggression in Southeast Asia, detail their plans for the railway and describe the horrors faced by those prisoners who worked and died constructing it. Stop at the Don Rak war cemetery and memorial site, the graveyard fitting memorial to the thousands of Prisoners who died from exhaustion, malnutrition or deadly disease during the construction of the railway.  Continue to the Bridge over the River Kwai that has gained International fame from the film version of the novel. The Imperial Japanese Army ordered the black railway bridge to be brought to Kanchanaburi by the POWs from Java as part of the so-called Death Railway. 
Overnight in Kanchanaburi

Train along the Death Railway - Erawan Waterfall
Breakfast at hotel, then set off by train along The Death Railway; a route built by the Japanese during the Second World War, using forced labor made up of prisoners of war. It is said that for every sleeper laid down on the track, at least one life was lost. The area retains many poignant reminders and relics of the past. Lunch is served at a local restaurant, then you will drive to Erawan Waterfall a beautiful 7-tiered waterfall located in Erawan National Park, where you can walk up to see each of the picturesque falls (it is best to bring good walking shoes). Also, do remember to bring your swimming suit if you wish to swim in the natural pools. 
Overnight in Kanchanaburi

Explore the ruins of Ayutthaya, Thailand’s former royal capital
Breakfast at your hotel. Today, you will drive from away from Kanchanaburi to Ayutthaya, the Capital of Thailand. When it was sacked by an invading Burmese army. In Ayutthaya visit the most important of the ruined temples in Ayutthaya historical park. Ayutthaya is now an archaeological ruin, characterized by the remains of tall stupas and Buddhist monasteries. Explore the Historical Park and enjoy an in-depth tour of the most famous temples. Wat Chai Wattanaram one of Ayutthaya’s most photographed sites. Wat Phra Sri Sanphet The prototype of the famous Grand Palace in Bangkok. Wat Phra Mongkol Borphit An active temple compound that is visited by many people throughout the day to worship the huge Buddha image. Wat Mahathat famous for the Buddha Head in the banyan tree.
Overnight in Ayutthaya

Explore the ruins of Ayutthaya, Thailand’s former royal capital
After breakfast at hotel, continue driving north and arrive in Phitsanulok for a brief visit to Wat Mahathat, featuring Thailand’s most beautiful Buddha image Phra Puttachinnarat.  Following lunch at local restaurant in the afternoon, we take you to Sukhothai, a name meaning “dawn of happiness” that was founded in the 13th century and became the kingdom's first capital, overseeing a period renowned as the golden age of Thai history. Visit Sukhothai Historical Park, which was once a walled city surrounded by a moat, the park contains almost 200 ruined chedi in remarkable condition. See the main sites of visit Wat Mahathat, the largest and most important temple of the empire. Next Wat Sra Sri with its bell-shaped chedi constructed in typical Sri Lankan style and then, admire Wat Sri Chum with its graceful Buddha sculpture enshrined inside the remaining structure of the square mandala building.
Overnight in Ayutthaya

Explore the ruins of Ayutthaya, Thailand’s former royal capital
Breakfast at hotel, continue to Sri Satchanalai and head to Lampang with a stop on the way at the villages of Sri Satchanalai and Baan Na Ton Chan. Take a walk through these charming small villages and experience the heartbeat of Thailand on an experiential tour that seeks to bring travelers and locals together while exposing a side of the country that is rarely seen by outsiders. On the visit, you will pick fruit alongside locals and see what it is like to work in rice paddy fields. This is the perfect opportunity to learn how communities in this region are adopting sustainable living practices. Observe the innate craftsmanship of locals with a visit to a wooden toy manufacturer and a local silk weaver. On the way to Chiang Mai visit at Wat Phra That Lampang Luang, one of the most spectacular temples in Thailand dating back to 1486. Here, there is an opportunity to take a horse cart ride through town. Also, visit Wat Pong Sanook, a temple awarded by UNESCO for cultural heritage conservation due to its inspirational model for community-led conservation in saving a unique Lanna temple.
Overnight in Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai walking experiences and Doi Suthep Sunset 
Breakfast at your hotel, today starts in the old city area at the Chiang Mai City Arts and Cultural Centre the former Provincial Hall of Chiang Mai and learn the history, tradition, culture, custom and life style of Chiang Mai. Continue to Wat Chedi Luang, where the great chedi which was built at the end of 14th century is located. Nearby is Pun Tao Temple, famous for its teak wooden chapel for lay people to pray-on and was one of the four monastic temples. Then walk along beautiful road to Tapae Gate this eastern main entrance gate is still the main center of Chiang Mai’s public city activities and festivals. Continue to Warorote Market, the biggest local Market in Chiang Mai which sells everything from clothes and textiles to fruits, herbs, flowers, vegetables, insects and even fireworks. Next, walk across the Mae Ping River to visit the area of "Wat Gate". Visit the unique Gate Ga Raam Temple there are old, solid timber built houses many of which are over 100 years old. End your walking trip with soft drink and lunch at the local restaurant which overlooks the view of Mae Ping River. Return to the hotel by songtaew Chiang Mai’s unique local transportation. In the evening visit the 700-year-old Wat Umong during this tour Wat Umong is located near the base of Doi Suthep Mountain and Wat Umong Suan Phutthatham, which translates to “Temple of the tunnels and Buddha Dhamma garden” known for its tunnels and caves under the temple complex. The temple’s setting in a forested area with a natural lake makes Wat Umong an excellent place for meditation. The visit Wat Phra That Doi Suthep witness the magical evening chanting of the monks. Explore Wat Phra That Doi Suthep while enjoying the cool evening breeze. The sound of temple bells fills the air and the view overlooking the city makes a photo opportunity, particularly at sunset. Then Return to the hotel 
Overnight in Chiang Mai

Doi Inthanon is the tail of the Himalayan range and a national park 
Breakfast at Hotel, Depart from Chiang Mai drive arrive to the mountain and after a final steep climb, the summit is surprisingly flat though misty, cool and breezy. Enjoy exploring around Ang-Kha Nature Trail at the highest peak viewing beautiful Fern & Moss as well as White & Red Rhododendrons (bloom only during Jan – Feb). After visit the Twin Pagodas built by the Thai Air force in honors of their Majesties King and Queen for their 60th Birthday Anniversaries. A visitors’ center nearby contains tourist information both in Thai and English. On the way down we stop to shop at a Hmong Tribal Market.
Lunch will be served at a local restaurant and then drive through Hmong community of Doi Inthanon heading to the Royal’s Project. Enjoy walking around and have the chance to take some pictures of beautiful flower plantations and the organic farmland inside the Project. Then head further down to the Karen Hill tribe village at Baan Sop Had. Before heading back to Chiang Mai we stop at Wachiratarn Waterfall. Relax and freshen up in the cool waters. Arrive back in Chiang Mai in the evening.
Overnight in Chiang Mai

Phuket Arrival
Upon arrival at Phuket International Airport, your guide and driver will assist with transfer to your hotel. The rest of the day is free at leisure to explore your surroundings or simply rest at the hotel.
Overnight in Phuket

Panoramic view in Khao Sok (Join activities)  
After breakfast, your guide pickup at your hotel, drive to visit Monkey Cave temple. Enjoy bathing the elephants at Khaosok Discovery Elephant Camp, then continue sightseeing with a stop that enjoys great panoramic views of Khaosok. After lunch, set off downriver on a canoeing trip, during which you can spot a range of flora and fauna and view spectacular limestone cliff formations. Transfer back to check in at your hotel. Dinner at the hotel then enjoy time at leisure, surrounded by the sounds of the jungle.
Overnight in Khao Sok

CheowLan Lake (Join activities)  
After breakfast at the resort, drive to CheowLan Lake and board a long tail boat to cruise the turquoise water. Take a jungle walk to enjoy the flowers, butterflies, birds, insects and reptiles on your way to Rai Lake. Cross the lake on a bamboo raft to Pakarang Cave (Coral Cave). The stalagmites have a similar shape to coral, which is how the cave came to be named. After lunch, take the long tail back to your hotel in Khao Sok for dinner.
Overnight in Khao Sok

Khaosok National Park-Phuket departure (Join activities)  
Breakfast at your hotel, pickup is in the morning, then it’s time for jungle hiking on foot in Khaosok National Park, an inland haven tucked away from the throng of beach crowds; Khaosok is Thailand’s secret jewel. This ancient rainforest dates back 160 million years and it wears its age well. Explore into the tranquility and beauty of nature as you explore the secluded trails in search of wild encounters. 
Approximately 2 PM depart from the camp and head back to your hotel in Phuket or Phuket airport for next destination.

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