Get a taste of Burmese culture with a private tour from Chiang Rai across the border to Tachileik, Myanmar (Burma). Stop for glittering temples, local food and a bustling market before returning to northern Thailand to visit the Golden Triangle. Your expert guide explains the history of this region and its former role as a global supplier of opium.
• 9 hours
Start your full-day privately guided excursion to Mae Chan to visit the Yao and the Akha hilltribe villages from Chiang Rai. Your private guide offers you greater flexibility and a more exclusive experience. Drive on to Mae Sai, the farthermost northern border between Thailand and Burma, with its bustling market place. Buffet lunch is served.
• 8 hours
Bangkok’s Grand Palace and the temple complex of Wat Phra Kaew belong to some of the most remarkable building complexes in world. They were founded by King Rama 1 in 1782 when Bangkok became the new capital of the country.
• 4 hours
Discover the highlights of Chiang Rai’s culture and history on this daylong private tour with a professional guide. Check out stunning teakwood buildings, temple artifacts and botanical gardens at Mae Fah Luang Art and Cultural Park; see items used by Thai royalty at the Oup Kham Museum; see the artisitic modern Wat Rong Khun also known as the White Temple; sample delicious northern Thai food at a local restaurant and check out the bountiful offerings at the central market. You’ll gain insight into northern Thailand’s rich culture as you get to know this fascinating city!
• 9 hours
Join this Chiang Rai day trip, a small-group with maximum of 9 people. We will take you to a variety attractions such as the modern architect at White Temple (Wat Rongkhun), Ancient City of Chiang Sean, enjoy the atmosphere along Khong River by the long tailed boat. Lunch is included in the program with choice of international buffet lunch at the Imperial Golden Triangle or a wonderful local Thai food at the selected local restaurant.
• 12 hours
Explore the highlights of northern Thailand on a day trip from Chiang Rai to the Golden Triangle, Mekong River and Chiang Khong. You'll admire ancient temple ruins in Chiang Saen, cruise down the Mekong River on a small boat, and take in the scenic tripoint border area of Thailand, Laos and Myanmar. Feast on an authentic Thai lunch, and complete your day with a visit to a Hmong village. This tour is limited to six people to ensure you enjoy a small-group experience with a guide in culture-rich northern Thailand.
• 8 hours
On this private day trip from Chiang Rai, drive with a personal guide to Doi Mae Salong mountain to visit Akha, Yao, and Lisu hilltribe villages. You'll visit a 'fish cave' and Mae Sai, the northernmost point of Thailand located on the Thai-Myanmar border. On the way back, stop by a Jade factory and local market before returning to your hotel. You'll have lunch at a local restaurant if the full-day option is selected.
• 4 hours
Trek through national forest, visiting remote Akha, Lahu, and Karen hill-tribe villages, relax and refresh yourselves at a local waterfall before learning about traditional weaving techniques. You will also learn how to cook lunch utilizing the versatility of bamboo.With the variety of tribal communities and cultures, which are located in the area, as well as the beautiful rural setting, you will be hard pressed not to fall in love with the experience.
• 7 hours
Explore Chiang Rai city notable landmarks and amazing temples by car on this full day tour. Learn more about history of Chiang Rai by visiting Ban Dachanee (Black House), White Temple, Blue Temple, Chinese Temple (aka Wat Huay Bla Gang) and Khru Kae Art Gallery. Enjoy famous tea and lie back for an hour of pampering in the form of a traditional massage. Lunch and hotel transfers is included.
• 8 hours
Join us on this private day tour and visit two major attractions in Chiang Rai – the White Temple and Black House. Lunch will be served at our foundation and trek to a Lahu Hill Tribe Village and Akha Hill Tribe Village. Both of the villages we visit, retain their animist beliefs and traditions. There are a number of unique sites to see, and fascinating cultural stories to hear. All in all, well worth the walk!
• 1 day