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$65.33 Cultural & Theme Tours

Private Tour: 4-Hour Grand Royal Palace Tour from Bangkok

Bangkok's Grand Palace and the temple complex of Wat Phra Kaew belong to some of the most remarkable building complexes in the world. They were founded by King Rama I in 1782 when Bangkok became the new capital of the country. There is one shared entrance to the two sights. Many of the buildings inside the temple area a bear resemblance to earlier Ayutthaya buildings. The great , golden chedi Phra Si Ratana contains a piece of bone of the Buddha, and the particularly beautifully ornamented chedi next to Phra Mondhop is a library of scriptures. The two biggest buildings are the Bot and the Pantheon. The Bot houses the most sacred statue in Thailand-The Emerald Buddha ,which is 66 centimeters tall, cut from one single piece of jade and resting on the platform 11 meters above the floor. The statue is thought to be from the 15th century. At the time, is was placed in Chiang Rai in northern Thailand. On its way to Bangkok , the statue has been in Lampang, Chiang Mai and Vientiane. At the beginning of each of the three Thai seasons ( summer ,rainy and winter season) , the King changes the clothes of the Buddha at a grest ceremony. Originally , the Pantheon should have housed the Emerald Buddha. Gigures of Chakki Kings are now display here.

$1265.40 Multi-day & Extended Tours

Bangkok to Ayutthaya, Chiang Mai, and Chiang Rai 7-Day Tour

Day 1: Bangkok-Ayutthaya-Phitsanulok (L,D)Depart from Bangkok at 6:30am for Ayutthaya to tour the remains of the ancient city aboard a classic three-wheel tuk tuk. Next, head to Lopburi to see the famous Monkey Temple and Prang Sam Yot before checking in to your hotel in the city of Phitsanulok. After dinner, clamber aboard a pedal-powered trishaw for an evening ride around the night market.Overnight in PhitsanulokDay 2: Phitsanulok-Sukhothai (B,L,D)In Phitsanulok, visit the Wat Mahathat, a royal temple that’s home to one of the most beautiful Buddha images in the country, before setting out by road for Sukhothai. On arrival, explore the highlights of ancient Sukhothai and visit the Sangkhalok pottery village. End the day by visiting Si Satchanalai, the striking remains of the northern outpost of the historic Sukhothai Kingdom.Overnight in SukhothaiDay 3: Sukhothai-Lampang-Chiang Mai (B,L,D)The day begins with a live presentation on rice cultivation, where you'll get to try your hand at growing rice. Next, set out for Lampang to admire Wat Phra That Lampang Luang, housing the country's only Emerald Buddha other than the one in Bangkok. Finally, drive to Chiang Mai, Thailand's cultural capital, where you'll check in to your hotel and enjoy dinner at a riverside restaurant that doubles as an art gallery.Overnight in Chiang MaiDay 4: Chiang Mai (B,L,D)Start the day with an early-morning visit to a nearby temple to give alms to the monks — a common practice in Thailand's Buddhist culture. After breakfast, drive the steep road to Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, a sacred temple with superb views over the city. Continue to the Talat Warorot, Chiang Mai’s largest market, then ride a rickshaw to Wat Chedi Luang, one of the city's most celebrated temples. In the San Kamphaeng handicraft district, watch artisans practicing ancient Thai arts and crafts, and learn more about the generations-old traditions. For dinner, eat khan toke style, dining off low tables while seated on the floor, as you watch a performance of live music and traditional dance.Overnight in Chiang MaiDay 5: Chiang Mai-Chiang Dao-Thaton (B,L,D)The day begins with a drive to a sustainable elephant camp outside Chiang Mai, where you'll learn how elephants are used in the timber industry and their role in Thai heritage. A side-trip to a nearby orchid farm will give you a stunning impression of just a fraction of Thailand's rich variety of orchids. En-route to your hotel in Thaton, stop to explore the dramatic Chiang Dao cave complex. Overnight in Thaton

$756 Multi-day & Extended Tours

6-Day Central and Northern Thailand Discovery Tour

The renowned quality of what Thailand can bring to the tourism table requires no further introduction. From north to south, the travel options are next to unlimited and a plethora of religious, natural and historical landmarks pass the revue with every turn you take. A well-balanced 6 days Thailand exploration from Bangkok is all what one needs to lift the veil of Amazing Thailand. Your journey of Thailand exploration commences with an early departure from your Bangkok hotel. Via the former capital of the Siam Kingdom, Ayutthaya, and Lopburi, we make our way northwards towards our overnight address in Phitsanuloke. Heritage from a bygone era in the form of the Bang Pa In Summer Palace and the Khmer inspired Phra Prang Sam Yot are among the highlights on this day. Filled with impressions after day one, Sukhothai Historical Park follows in the footsteps of visiting former kingdoms of ancient Siam. Its temple ruins are among the most sought-after for visits. A visit to the satellite town of Sri Satchanalai completes our morning program before making a much needed lunch break. With our overnight address in Lampang further up north, we include touring this old town before dining at the hotel’s restaurant. Making merit is filed with austerity and symbolism: a visit to Thailand is not complete in following in the early morning trails of local residents paying respect to saffron clad monks. A long day brings you via Phayao to Chiang Rai, our overnight address. The gateway to the famous Golden Triangle will be extensively explored throughout the afternoon with visits to Chiang Saen, Mae Sai and the actual Golden Triangle as essential bucket list material. Wat Rong Kung has to be the main attraction of Chiang Rai city; its story and white exterior stand out from the temple crowd in Thailand and mark the start of a new day. Afterwards, we slowly make our way south towards the Rose of the North – Chiang Mai. Seeing the handicraft masters at work and enjoying a traditional Kantoke dinner in Thailand’s second largest city marks the end of an amazing day out and about. Chiang Mai has ample to offer to fill in a day. We’re making our way into a sustainable centre that turns animal faeces into day-to-day household goods, a royal museum and ending the day with mesmerizing views from Doi Suthep Mountain temple. In the evening, we head over to the train station for an overnight train experience back to Bangkok, followed by an early morning transfer back to your hotel.

$933.24 Multi-day & Extended Tours

3-Day Nan Loop Motorcycle Tour from Chiang Mai

Ride the famous highway No. 1148, ranked as one of the top 10 best riding roads all over the world. This amazing motorcycle road takes us through fabulous mountain scenery to Nan. Ride along the unique panorama of the border between Laos and Thailand. Cross the Sirikit dam reservoir on a wooden ferry and visit the World´s first Elephant hospital in Lamphang. A Real Motorcycle Tour for Real Riders! Early morning meet and greet at your accommodation in Chiang Mai. We will provide the tour briefing, and then your riding gear and bike. We will inform you briefly of local history, geography and acknowledge any personal requirements. Lastly we have a general Q&A opportunity for any concerns you might have related to the tour.Day 1. Chiang Mai – Nan (232miles or 373 kms.)Familiarize yourself with the bike while heading north of Chiang Mai. You will ride on the windy mountain road to Than Tong waterfall and Mae Kachan hot spring. Continue on true bikers paradise roads until you reach Phayao. Overview from top of the hill Phayao lake (Kwan Phayao) one of the largest lakes in Northern Thailand. Lunch is served at a local restaurant. Ride the exhilarating, mountainous highway No. 1148 to Nan, ranked in the Top 10 as one of the most fun biking roads to be found anywhere in the world. 120 kms. of up and down curves through the impressive mountains providing you with pure riding pleasure. Visit Wat Phra That Khao Noi (Nan hilltop scenic temple) before relaxing in your lovely accommodation and jump in the swimming pool.Day 2. Nan – Phrae (175miles or 281 kms.)After breakfast, we leave Nan riding through winding mountainous roads. We then take the motorbikes on a wooden ferry across the Sirikit Dam reservoir. Sirikit Dam is the largest earth dam in Thailand. It´s used for irrigation, fisheries, flood control and as well as hydro-electric power generation. Lunch is served at Sirikit Dam. Then we continue on the highway passing through rice fields until we reach charming Phrae. It is a small city near Lampang and a few kilometers away from Denchai. Very few tourists come here to visit the area, but Phrae city and its surroundings worth to come. If you want to see authentic Thailand, the one not many tourists see, you definitely have to come here. Later you enjoy the beautiful accommodation with swimming pool.Day 3. Phrae – Chiang Mai (130miles or 208 kms.)After breakfast, we leave Phrae cruising along rice fields to Den Chai. Then riding through winding mountainous roads to Lampang. Lunch is served at a local restaurant. Visit the Thai elephant conservation center and world´s first elephant hospital. Continue riding, passing through national parks and farming areas. Visit local market, stopping for refreshment, before heading back to Chiang Mai.

$146.25 Food, Wine & Nightlife

1 Day Visiting Lampang Province by train , Wat Phutthabat Sutthawat , Local Market

We will pick up you from your hotel at 8.20 am then drive to the railway station in Chiang Mai , here when you arrive we can take our time for bathroom ,take photos around before we get into the train and the train will leaving at 8.50 am , When we are in the trian you can join with local people and see how the trian in Thailand working , you can see the view on the way to Lamphun , Lampang we will passing the White bridge in Maetha and will passing Khuntan Tunnel, the longest tunnel for the trian in Thailand, after that we will stop at Lampang railway station, here the driver will meet you here and then we will have lunch at the local restaurant before we drive continue to Wat Prabat Sutthawat , the unseen temple in Lampang you  must visit, here when we arrive we will change to the truck to take you to the temple, when we arrive at the first spot for start the mini trekking to the temple you can take tour time around then we start trekking and on the way you will see the beautiful view around this temple, when we arrive at the top you can the the pagoda on the hill , very beautiful,total mini trekking about 800 meters up to the hill , After you finish we will walk down to the starting point for the trek and get the truck back to the parking to get back to Chiang Mai , on the way we will stop at Local market where you can see alots of product from the jungle and some famous food in this province too, we will return to Chiang Mai in the late afternoon

$77 Cultural & Theme Tours

Private One Day Highlights Bangkok City Tour with Lunch

The tour starts at 9:00am with collection from your Bangkok city area hotel for your excursion Private One Day Highlights Bangkok City Tour with Grand Palace. Your guide discloses to all of you about the history and legends of each site visited.Head for the Grand Palace. The Grand Palace of Bangkok is one of Thailand's delegated gems. It was the home of the nation's rulers from 1782 until 1925. The Grand Palace currently utilized for different government workplaces, illustrious services, state capacities and, obviously, a tourist attraction. Development on the Grand Palace started in 1782 and proceeded now and again until the late 1800s. The first Grand Palace was quickly put together after General Chao Phraya Chakri arranged an overthrow and assumed control over the legislature from the past ruler, King Taksin.Thereafter, visit Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaew). Some portion of the Grand Palace complex, Wat Phra Kaew (alluded to all the more formally as Wat Phra Sri Ratanasasdaram) is the holiest Buddhist temple in Thailand and home to the loved Emerald Buddha image. The beginning of the minute Emerald Buddha is dubious. A few specialists trust the statue began from Sri Lanka while others guarantee it was made on Thai soil in the fourteenth century. As per nearby legends, supernatural occurrences were seen at the different spots the statue was interned including Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai and Lampang. The Buddha picture was seized by Laos trespassers in 1552 and lived in Laos until the point that 1779 preceding being recovered by the Thai general who might proceed to be delegated as King Rama I.Then, continue to Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho). Wat Pho is the most popular for the enormous Reclining Buddha statue it houses. Covering 20 sections of land, it is the biggest Wat in Bangkok. It is actually the most seasoned as well, as it was worked around 200 years previously Bangkok turned into Thailand's capital. It holds the double respects of having both Thailand's biggest leaning back Buddha image and the biggest number of Buddha images in Thailand.Next, venture to the Temple of the Golden Buddha (Wat Traimit). Wat Traimit (Temple of the Golden Buddha) in Bangkok probably won't rate a second look notwithstanding its bewildering Buddha picture. Wat Traimit is thought to date from the thirteenth century. The Golden Buddha image is around 900 years of age and is thrown in the Sukhothai style. It is accepted to have been conveyed first to Ayutthaya.Stop at a local restaurant to enjoy an afternoon. Afterward, pay a visit to Chinatown. Spend some time exploring Chinatown and all of its unique shops. The sights, sounds and scents of Chinatown are an ambush to the faculties’ visitors should be readied. Because of the blend of Chinese and Thai cultures this area is unique and fascinating.Conclude your tour back in the Bangkok city area at your hotel around 3pm.