Highlighted Thailand in 7 Days
Tour Lenght: 7Days 6Nights
This tour is designed in order to serve various kinds of preferences each traveller may have. Nearly all parts of Thailand are visited starting from Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand, then moving ahead to Ayutthaya which is the former capital city of Siam long time ago. The third part located in the west which is focused on "Kanchanaburi ” in another word, the city of II world war. Tak province situated in the bottom zone of northern part which has abundant of natural beauty waiting for all of you to get explored. After that we move to Chingmai which is one of the most charming and popular tourist cities in Thailand, the largest city in the north part and the capital of ancient Lanna kingdom. Spending enough time in Chiangmai, then we'll switch gear by flying across to the Pear of Andaman or Phuket Island which is the last but not last due to the incredible beaches are waiting for you to admire how fantastic they are.
Day 1: Highlight in Bangkok - The Emerald Buddha Temple - Wat Pho - Temple of Dawn - Canal Riding
‘Sawasdeeka’ You all are warmly picked up by Thai Guide at the hotel before taking you to the three most important temples of Thailand. They are located in Bangkok and it's a must to visit otherwise still you do not arrive in Bangkok. The royal grand palace and the most venerable Emerald Buddha image in the Emerald Buddha temple, the huge reclining buddha image in Pho temple and the famous worldwide symbol of Bangkok at the temple of Dawn. The last session you all will be delighted with Thaiway of life along the canals in Bangkok.
Day 2: Ayutthaya - World Heritage Site - Summer Palace - Elephant Camp
We take you all to the ancient city called "Ayutthaya", the former capital city of Thailand, which was really glorious in the old days longer than 400 years ago. Nowadays this site is listed in the world heritage sites by UNESCO. You also enjoy with what you see and hitory related from a tour guide. Moreover, we then move to have a good time with Thai elephants at the Elephant camp, you may feed and take a photograph with it.
Day 3: Kanchanaburi - War Cemetery - Bridge Over the River Kwai - Train Riding - Hell Fire Pass
Here is the best locations to get explored things ever happened in Thailand during the second world war, for example, a famous bridge over the river Kwai, Donrak war cemetery, Hell fire pass. These visits are located in the west part of Thailand called Kanchanaburi province. You all will be admired along the way while riding on the train running through the hills and along the cliff at Krasae cave. Regardless to say how wonderful they are, because you feel that yourself when being there.
Day4: Tak - Bhumipol Dam - Riding along the Lake - Mae USu Cave
The Bhumibol Dam (locally known as Yanhi Dam) is the concrete arch dam on the river located in Tak province. It was built for the purposes of water storage, hydroelectric power production, flood control and regarded as Thailand's first multi-purpose project which also is the highest dam in Thailand at 154 meters high. Views from the top of the Dam' rigde is so beautiful and suitable for relaxing and calming down the busy world outside.
Not too far from the dam, there's a magnificent cave located. It is a large limestone cave with a creek running through it. What it has to offer is various shapes of stalagmites and stalactites and also abundant of bats.
The highlight of Tham Mae Usu is a large stone hollow. During daytime, sunlight shines through the cave making the sandstones look amazing.
Day 5: Chiangmai - Doi Suthep Temple - Maekampong Village
ChiangMai is the former capital. This is the land of misty mountains and colorful hill tribes, a playground for traveler all over the world, a paradise for shoppers and adventurer. Its location locates in a verdant valley on the banks of the Ping River, a major tributary of the Chaophraya River. After having breakfast, a tour guide picks you up from the hotel and leads to the first visit today is;
Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, is a theravada Buddhist temple (Wat) in ChiangMai. The temple is often referred according to mountain name the temple itself located. It is a famous and very sacred site to not only local people but also Thai people from all walks of life. Impressive views of downtown ChiangMai can be viewed from the temple. After spending enoug time there, then we head to Baan Mae Kampong which is a peaceful Village for relaxing your mind. Ban Mae Kampong is located adjacent to San Kamphaeng. It's a natural tourist attraction and acts as the Community Learning Center. There's abundant of natural resources; streams running through and tea-leave forest surrounding it. Actually Baan Mae Kampong is the first model homestay in Thailand where tourists can stay overnight with locals to learn their ways of lifestyles on daily basis.
Day 6: Chiangmai - PhraSingh Temple- ChediLuang Temple - Cutural Centre - Night Bazaar
After having breakfast at the hotel, we go to one of the most beautiful temples in ChiangMai, Wat PhraSingh; a fine example of classic Lanna temples, the temple known as the temple of the Lion Buddha with hundreds of monks and novices living inside. Then we have the lunch at the local restaurant before going on to another monastery; Wat ChediLuang; Wat ChediLuang's massive chedi (pagoda) was built approximately between 1385 and 1402 CE. At its summit, the chedi measured 60 metres at the square base and 80 metres in height and was once housed the Emerald Buddha, Thailand's most sacred buddha image. In the afternoon we get going to enjoy ChiangMai-Lanna traditional foods and performance shows at the old Chiangmai Cultural Centre. After that, if your energy still not fade away, we recommend you to shop around the local night market at Chiangmai Night-Bazaar; The main venue for shopping in ChiangMai, the night bazaar is a must to visit part of the ChiangMai experience, then we move back to the hotel.
Day 7: Phuket Island - Patong Beach - Phuket Old Town -
Phuket is one of the southern provinces of Thailand and regarded as the country' largest island. It lies off the west coast of Siam in the Andaman sea. The island is mostly mountainous with a mountain range in the west of the island. You never disappoint with what the white sandy-beaches along the Andaman sea have to offer, such as, Patong beach, Kata, Karon beach. Inside the city itself, especially the old town, let you learn and admire how classic they are interms of the colonial buildings still exist even todays.
Price per Person: Approximate $2065
Price inclusive of:
- A/C Mini-Van while being on tour and Hotel pick-up/drop off
- Entry & Admission fees of places visited
- Bottle of drinking water & cold towel
- English Speaking Guide
- Long tail boat riding along the lake
- Long tail boat riding along canals
- Train Ticket
- Lanna - ChiangMai Traditional Dinner & Dance show
Price exclusive of:
- Entry Visa fees if any
- Foods & Drinks
- Guide & Driver TIPS
Accident Policy: Any accidents happened while being on tour according to the itinerary are generally covered
Any accidents happened while being on tour according to the itinerary are generally covered with travelling insurance that tour provided to you. However, in case you have your own one that would be the best option in claiming compensation from insurance company
Tourists & travelers who decide to book this tour are requested to make a deposit in advance 50% of all charges and the rest of all can be paid later but no later than 20 days before the date of tour departure.
Cancellation and Refund Policy
- Any cancellation is made before the date of trip tour starts 30 days upwards, the refund is 60% of all money paid us.
- Any cancellation is made less than 30 days but more than 15 days before the date of tour departure, the refund is 30% of money paid us.
- Any cancellation is made less than 15 days before the date of trip tour start, there is no refund.
- Infants or babies are not recommended in traveling with this trip. Kids who are older than 5 years old upwards are suitable to join the tour.
- Tourists should bring cash along with because it’s much more easy to use while being on tour.
- Please inform us in advance before tour if you are vegetarians, allergic to any kinds of foods, motion sick or else
- Passport and traveling insurance premium should be kept with you all the time just in case something emergency happen
- Hat, sunglasses are quite useful while traveling along the trip