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Departuring from Chiang Mai
Tour Activity
Duration Description Baht/Person
Mae Sa Elephant At Work, Orchid Farm and Long Neck Karen Village(min 2 pax) Sightseeing
Full day Visit the magnificent Maesa Elephant Camp; home to one of the largest assembly of elephants in the north of Thailand, with acknowledgement by the Guinness World Records and Ripley's Believe It Or Not.
Enjoy demonstrations of how trained elephants are used as working animals in teak forests. The show includes elephant bathing in the river, working in the jungle, elephant painting, dragging and pushing logs, and responding to commands. This is your chance to experience an elephant ride around the camp (supplement will be paid on the spot).
Continue to visi Long Neck Karen Tribe Village or Padong at 'Baan Tung Luang Eco-Agriculture Tourism Village' in Maesa Valley. The woman from this tribe wears several brass rings around their long, slender necks and they are originated from Shan state. Also visit Palong Tribe, the smallest group found in Thailand and the woman from this tribe dressed in colorful costumes. They are originated from Union of Myanmar.
Visit the Orchid Nursery to see a large collection of more than 50 different types of colorful exotic year-round-bloom orchids.
Chiang Rai Excursion and Golden Triangle (min 2 pax) Sightseeing
Full day Travel to Chiang Rai by road (200 Km/3 hours drive) along picturesque scenic routes passing several beautiful northern mountains.
Visit the Hot Spring at Mae Ka Chan district. Continue to Rong Khun Temple (White's Temple), designed by the famous national artist. The main temple building is a distinctive white color, decorated with fragments of reflective glass which can be seen from afar. Then visit the archeological remains at Chiang Sean, which probably dates from the 12th century and was once original capital of the Lanna kingdom.
Lunch serve at the local restaurant on the bank of Mae Khong River.
Visit the world famous Golden Triangle where the borders of three countries; Thailand, Laos, and Myanmar are met. See the Golden Buddha Statue and the panoramic view of Mekong River.
Then visit Opium Museum, a small museum with historical displays pertaining to opium culture include all the various implements used in the planting, harvest and all information about how dangerous of opium.
The trip continues to Mae Sai, the Thailand-Myanmar border which is also the northernmost point of Thailand. Enjoy shopping local products from China and Myanmar.
Then transfer back to Chiang Mai.
Doi Inthanon National Park (min 2 pax) Sightseeing
Full day Visit Doi Inthanon Mountain, the Thailand's highest mountain (2565 meters above sea level), which offers beautiful scenery, evergreen mountain forests, dwarf rhododendron groves, rare bird life, and impressive waterfalls.
On this tour, stop at The Summit, to visit the shrine of former prince of Chiang Mai. A short trek along Michael's Trail; a track made by a Canadian volunteer for tourists to explore and feel the beauty and the unforgettable nature around. Then visit the great Twin Royal Pagodas, which were built for His Majesty The King and Her Royal Highness the Queen of Thailand. This place provides a marvelous view of its surrounding.
Lunch serve at local restaurant.
Continue to Doi Inthanon Royal Project, one of the many royal-sponsored projects to familiarize hill tribe people with new agricultural techniques. View the flower nurseries and cultivation areas. Then visit Karen Hill Tribe Village to experience their primitive lifestyle. Stop at Vachirathan Waterfall, one of the highest waterfalls in Northern Thailand to take pictures. Then transfer back to hotel.
Lamphun Pasang and White Karen Village (min 2 pax) Sightseeing
Half day Just 30 km South of Chiang Mai, the provincial capital of Lamphun is a quiet town with a long history. From the 8th through the 13th centuries it was the capital of a principality called Haripunchai, which was originally rules over by the Mon Princess Chamadevi, subject of many legends.
Lamphun today is a quiet town, but boasts several interesting sights and makes for an excellent day trip from Chiang Mai. The town is laid out in an oval and is bordered by tranquil moats and the river Kuang. Every August the town plays host to the Lam Yai festival, in honour of the fact that the lam yai fruit (longan) from the area are said to be the tastiest in the country.
The delightful village of Pasang, around 20 kilometers South of Lamphun, is renowned for its local cotton weaving industry. Also nearby is Wat Phra Phutthabaat Taak Phaa, a temple which features a Buddha footprint, and, according to local legend, the spot where Buddha once hung out his robes to dry.
Khantoke Dinner and Folk Dancing (SIC) Sightseeing
Evening Enjoy an evening out by having a Khantoke Dinner, the customary northern Thai style of eating with food being served in large platters at low tables while you sit on mats on the floor.
As you enjoy your meal, let yourself be entertained by a selection of northern cultural performances including the charming Fon Lep (Thai Finger Dance), Ram Dab (Thai Sword Dance), Fon Thiean (Thai Candle Dance), and Ram Wong (Group Dance).
To end the evening, there is a special hilltribe show performed by various members of Yao, Lahu, Meo, Lisu, and Karen hilltribe. Enjoy Khantoke dinner, which is the traditional northern Thai (Lanna) form of dining. While guest enjoy the meal there are usually performances of traditional northern Thai (Lanna) dances and music.supported by triangular cushions. The dishes are all northern Thai delicacies. While guest enjoy the meal there are usually performances of traditional northern Thai (Lanna) dances and music (e.g. Fingernail dance, sward dance, candle dance, Ramwong dance and Firework displays). Additionally, there are also hill tribe shows, which are performed by Akha, Lahu, Lisu, Yao, Meo, and Karen hill tribes.
Chiang Mai City and Temples Tour (min 2 pax) Sightseeing
Half day Drive around the Old City to see city's moat and ruined walls. Start the temples tour with Wat Chiang Man, the oldest temple which probably dates from 1296. The temple was the residence of King Mengrai, who founded Chiang Mai, and is noteworthy for a chedi supported by rows of elephantine buttresses.
Start the temples tours with Chedi Luang Temple, where the great chedi which was built at the end of 14th century is located. Even though it was destroyed in an earthquake in 1545, it was to remain the tallest structure in Chiang Mai till today.
Visit Wat Phra Singh, which was built in the year 1345. This temple contains marvelous examples of Lanna art including a Lanna style viharn and the finest scripture repository of its type in the north.
Proceed to Wat Suan Dok, which means field of flowers. This temple is one of the first temples with a large viharn, or prayer hall. This chapel is unusual not only for its size, but also the fact that it is open on the sides rather than being totally enclosed.
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. Then transfer back to the hotel.
Mae Taman Elephant Safari , Ox Cart Riding and Bamboo Rafting (min 2 pax) Sightseeing
Full day 08:30 hrs:Travel to the north of Chiang Mai route to Mae Taman Elephant Camp; (1-hour drive) explore the spectacular mountainous scenery along the way. Watch Demonstrations of how trained elephants use as working animals in teak forests. The show includes elephant bathing in the river, working in the jungle, elephant painting, dragging and pushing logs.
Elephant Ride through the beautiful mountain scenery and take local farmer transportation Ox-Cart Ride, through rice fields back to the camp.
Bamboo River Rafting cruise along the rural Mae Taeng River, softly move along the river while relaxing as the rafts men pole you down through farmhouses and beautifully green.
Lunch served at the local restaurant.
Visit Orchid Nursery to see an extensive collection of different types of colorful exotic year-round-bloom orchids.
16:00 hrs: Then transfer back to the hotel.
Home Industries and Handicraft Center Sightseeing
Half day Visit The Handicraft Center at Sankampaeng District. The highlight is to see the local people making handicrafts including Lacquer ware, Silverware, Hand-woven Textiles by silk and hand-painted cotton, fine Teak Wood Carving, and Umbrellas or paper parasols which are hand-painted in a variety designs.
The artisans produce an extraordinary range of quality products, which are invariably the first choice among shoppers. This tour shows you how Chiang Mai craftsmen produce their crafts by hand from the first stage until finish, and gives you an idea that Chiang Mai is the major center for quality handicrafts in Thailand.
Then transfer back to the hotel.
Doi Suthep and Bhubing Winter Palace Sightseeing
Half day Drive to Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep, which was built in 1383. It is located 15 kms from the city and 3,500 feet above sea level. See the marvelous golden pagoda, which contains the holy relics of Lord Buddha.
Enjoy the panoramic view of Chiang Mai City and Ping valley from the summit of Doi Suthep. Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep can be approached on foot by climbing 306 steep stairs, flanked by tremendous mythical Nagas, which symbolizes humanity's progress from earth to nirvana.
Continue to Bhubing Palace, the winter residence of the Royal family during their seasonal visits to northern Thailand. The palace is prominently garlanded with beautiful Sampran Riverside (formerly Rose Garden) featuring exotic cultivars, Fern Garden and a Water Reservoir which is surrounded with landscaped beds of temperate flowering plants. A wonderful place for photograph; Bhubing Palace and its Gardens is open to the public from April to December.
Then transfer back to the hotel.
One Day Hilltribes Varieties (SIC) Sightseeing
Full day A chance to visit hilltribe people in one day On this tour a visit is made to the Hilltribe Museum, this ethnological museum has collections illustrating the cultures of tribal groups.
Drive through beautiful scenery north of Chiang Mai to Chiang Dao, Approximately 80 Kms, visit Lisu hilltribe village, the colorful costume was originated in Tibet. Continue by walk to Karen hilltribe village, they are peaces loving warriors, very industrious and faithful people.
Lunch on this tour is served picnic style. Back to Lisu hilltribe village again, then visit Akha hilltribe village, the most beautiful women' s head wares, decorated with assorted coins, shell, beats feathers and animals' s fur. Drive to Lahu hilltribe village, they are originated in Tibet and China, very expert to hunting.
Then visit Palong hilltribe village, one of the most beautiful costume tribe, coming from Myanmar. Transfer back to hotel late afternoon. [The Hilltribe Museum is close on Saturday and Sunday, visit instead of Chiang Dao Cave.]

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