6 Super Experiences!
Our genuine experts explored the destinations time and again and finally worked out the itinerary taking you to experience the highlights in various ways that others might miss.
Put on the local Karen cloth and enjoy your time playing with the elephants in our carefully hand-picked elephant sanctuary in Chiang Mai.
Stay overnight in a unique Floating Bungalow with the eco-friendly environment, the resort is built from local materials.
Discover WW2 landmarks including the Death Railway, essential to Thailand's history and culture.
Climb up to the beautiful 7-tires Erawan Waterfall in Kanchanaburi. You can enjoy swimming, relaxing and a natural fish spa there.
The banks of the Mekong River are blessed with dazzling blue skies, brimming with exotic fruits, and dotted with markets, and temples, no travelers would skip this wonderful place.
Take a walk on the cobbled paths in the Imperial Citadel, and discover some former glory of the country’s royalty in the Forbidden Purple City.
The following itinerary is for your inspiration. Our experts will customize your own tour according to your interests, schedules, hotel tastes and budget. All can be tailor-made!
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Day 1 - Welcome to Thailand!
Today you will fly to Bangkok. On arrival, your private guide will welcome you at the arrival hall and transfer you to your hotel with a private car and driver. Your guide will help you with luggage and hotel check-in and ensure your arrival is worry-free.
Day 2 - Damnoen Saduak Floating Market & Grand Palace
Today, you will experience an early morning trip along the bustling Chao Phraya river and the quiet canals in a long-tail boat to enjoy scenes of life by the water. A stop will be made at the Wat Arun or Temple of the Dawn, which is located at Thonburi on the western bank of the Chao Phraya River. When King Taksin settled his Capital at this place, they used Wat Arun as a Royal. In the 19th Century, King Rama II decided to extend it and raise the main tower by 64 meters. The big Prag is fully covered by multicolor Chinese porcelain pieces fitted in cement. Then continue to visit The Royal Grand Palace, the nation's landmark and the most revered royal monument. You will see the Palace, which is used for many different occasions, and you will see The Coronation Hall, the Funeral Hall, the Royal Guest House, and the mysterious, famous Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaew), the most revered Buddha image in Thailand. Lunch at a local restaurant before returning to the hotel. The afternoon is free at your leisure.
Most temples & palaces in Thailand are sacred places, you'll need to respect the strict dress code in place. You'll need to wear pants or a dress/skirt that extends well past your knees, and a top that fully covers your shoulders. (No shorts, mini-skirts, short skirts, tight-fitting trousers, tights, see-through shirts, culottes or quarter-length trousers, sleeveless shirts or vests Sandals (without ankle or heel straps), etc.
The Grand Palace does offer a clothes rental service in which you can borrow some stylish trousers and/or tops for a refundable 200 baht deposit from an office near the entrance. Hang onto your claim ticket, however, as you will need it to get that deposit back.
The heat in Bangkok is no joke and, inside the Grand Palace grounds, you'll find it almost unbearable. You absolutely must take a hat or even an umbrella with you, to shield you from the sun (and your kids). We also strongly recommend packing sunscreen and wearing clothing tha
Day 3 - Death Railway & Erawan Waterfall
This morning, our private guide and driver will pick you up and drive 2.5 hours from Bangkok to Kanchanaburi. Your first stop will be at the Don Rak War Cemetery, you will learn about the history of the 6,982 Allied POWs who perished during the construction of the Thai-Burma Railway.
Continue to JEATH Museum. It is dedicated to the Allied prisoners of war(POWs) and Asian laborers who suffered and died at Hellfire Pass and elsewhere in the Asia Pacific region during the Second World War.
After having learned about the basic historical knowledge of Kanchanaburi, you will visit the world-famous bridge over the River Kwai. The bridge was part of the Death Railway and was destroyed in Allied bombing raids towards the end of World War II but later rebuilt by the Japanese as war reparations. You will experience a short train ride on the historic death railway that memorializes the hard work of the POWs during WWII. At the same time, taking in the views of the lush jungle scenery.
After lunch at a local restaurant with a very good scenic view of river kwai, we will drive you to your last stop, which is the spectacular seven-tiered Erawan Waterfall. The waterfall consists of 7 plateaus and you can hike to the highest level through a small jungle path. Possible to swim in the clear water with fish around you. Be sure to bring a swimsuit and towel if you are eager for a dip!
Around 4:00 pm, you will say goodbye to the beautiful waterfall.
Day 4 - Fly to Chiang Rai
Enjoy your free time until your guide comes and escorts you to the airport for your onward flight to Chiang Rai. Upon arrival at Chiang Rai International Airport, you will find your private driver waiting for you near the exit. Then, your driver will transfer you from the Airport to your hotel.
Day 5 - Golden Triangle Tour
This morning, you will visit the Golden Triangle, which is renowned as the center of the opium trade in the latter half of the 20th century. From a hilltop viewpoint, marvel at the splendor of the mighty Mekong as it joins the Ruak River forming the actual "Triangle" between Laos, Myanmar, and Thailand. The Opium Museum near the viewpoint of the golden triangle was built to educate people about the dangers of the drug through an entertaining exhibition that traces the history of opium from its first use 5,000 years ago to current issues of drug abuse and addiction. Many publications regard it as one of the best museums in Thailand.
Chiang Rai's close proximity to Laos makes it easy to visit this mysterious country. You will cross the Mae Kong River into Laos to witness local village life (take your passport). You can walk around the local market where you will have free time to browse and perhaps pick up a few bargains. Return to the Thai side of the Mae Kong River for lunch with a river view before leaving for the Doi Tung Royal Palace and Garden (Mae Fah Luang Garden), Doi Tung was once a secluded area in the heart of the Golden Triangle-a leading region of illicit world opium production. The watershed area was denuded by slash-and-burn cultivation, and further accelerated by opium growing. After the Princess Mother's first visit to Doi Tung, She announced"I will reforest Doi Tung".The Princess Mother decided to improve the conditions of Doi Tung, socially, economically, and environmentally. She demonstrated her commitment by building her home in Doi Tung, which is what we called Mae Fah Luang Garden.
Day 6 - Chiang Rai Temples & Transfer to Chiang Mai
After breakfast, we will head to Chiang Mai today! On the way, we will visit Rong Suea Ten or the 'The Blue Temple' which was built by the student of Mr. Chalermchai Kositpipat who built The famous White Temple. The outside is gorgeous, but the inside is even more spectacular with beautiful paintings and a huge white Buddha in the center. Your second stop is The 'Black House', known as 'Baan Dam' in Thai. Baan Dam is Thawan Duchanee's artful portrayal of hell. The opaque decor and dead animals adorning each room make Duchanee's estate the complete opposite of the White Temple, the glimpse of heaven designed by his teacher Chalermchai Kositpipat. Although off the beaten track, the Black House is not something to be overlooked. Then continue to Wat Rong Khun or 'The White Temple', blending traditional Buddhist art with contemporary themes. Followed by a visit to the hot spring for relaxation. Late afternoon, we will arrive in Chiang Mai and be free at your leisure.
Day 7 - Chiang Mai Old City & Doi Suthep Mountain
Your half-day, Chiang Mai old-city, temple tour takes you on an unforgettable drive through many different parts of the city. Your tour includes Wat Pra Singh which is one of over 200 ancient Buddhist temples located around the city and one of the most well-regarded examples of Lanna architecture. The temple of Wat Chedi Luang is the site of an enormous pagoda, originally 280 feet high, which was partially destroyed by an earthquake in 1545. Continue to Warorot Market to see and feel the real northern people’s way of life. Enjoy your meal at a local restaurant.
A relaxing drive of about 1hr takes you to Doi Suthep Mountain. Climb 309 steps to the top (For the less active traveler, a tram is available for a small surcharge.), enjoying the truly breathtaking scenery all along the way. You will find Wat Phra That at the very top, one of Northern Thailand’s most sacred temples. At the top, rest and relax while marveling at the panoramic views of the city of Chiang Mai.
Next, take an adventurous ride on a songthaew across the rugged roads toward the exotic Meo hill tribe villages, which is located a further 18 Kilometers from Wat Doi Suthep into the mountains of Doi Suthep Pui National Park. You will visit a native household and discover the daily lives of the friendly villagers. Learn about their unique customs and heritage before returning to your hotel in Chiang Mai.
Chiang Mai is a shopping paradise with its famous arts and crafts. Nothing beats shopping for a bargain more than in the famous Chiang Mai Night Bazaar. The Night Bazaar, on the east side of the old, walled city, is approximately 1 km long. This evening, you can explore the night bazaar where you will find many handicrafts and souvenirs along the street; plus, you will find many mobile food stalls to experience unique, local foods.
Day 8 - Elephant Jungle Sanctuary
A half-day package to the Elephant Jungle Sanctuary (join activity) offers you an enjoyable opportunity to spend quality time with elephants in their natural home, as well as gain an insight into their history and behavior, and create cherished lifelong memories of their time spent with these amazing animals.
Today you will be picked up (private transfer) from your place of accommodation and will drive through scenic agricultural areas before arriving at the Sanctuary. There, you will meet your English-speaking guide and learn a little about the elephants, before changing into traditional Karen clothing.
After being allocated bananas and sugar cane to feed the elephants, you will walk with your guide through the Sanctuary, where you will find free-roaming elephants and hear their individual stories. You can touch, feed, photograph, and interact with the elephants at your leisure while you learn about their lifestyle and behaviors.
After the close encounter with the elephant, you will return to your hotel, and the rest of the day is free at your leisure.
*At the Sanctuary, we will allow you to spend as much time as possible with the elephants. Therefore, there is no formal schedule and aside from pick-up times, the times shown here are approximations.
* Please bring a change of clothes, as you will get dirty and wet while washing and swimming with the elephants. After those activities, you can have a bath in the bathroom there.
*Don't forget to bring sunglasses, a hat, sun tan lotion, non-slip shoes, a towel, and a camera.
*Please ensure you take a waterproof holder/bag to carry the equipment in case of rain or water etc.
Day 9 - Fly to Hanoi
Enjoy your free time until your guide comes and escorts you to the airport for your onward flight to Hanoi. On arrival, your private guide will welcome you at the arrival hall and transfer you to your hotel with a private car and driver. Your guide will help you with luggage and hotel check-in and ensure your arrival is worry-free.
Day 10 - Hanoi City Tour & Water Puppets Show
Today you'll jump into Hanoi's sights and sounds on a tour that covers all the essentials. You'll visit the Ho Chi Minh Complex, which includes the Mausoleum, Ho Chi Minh's former stilt-house residence, The Hoa Lo Prison, The One Pillar Pagoda and The Temple of Literature, which, dating back to 1070, is Vietnam’s oldest university.
After lunch, you will explore the enthralling Museum of Ethnology, which contains an extensive display of life-size structures dedicated to Vietnam’s 54 ethnic minorities. Next, enjoy an hour-long cyclo ride winding through the narrow, chaotic streets of the Old Quarter - a must for any visitor to Hanoi! The day finishes with a traditional performance of the famous Vietnamese Water Puppets Show.
Day 11 - Halong Bay Overnight Cruise
After breakfast, you will take a private transfer for about 3 hrs to Halong City, where you will begin your one-and-a-half days on the Halong Bay cruise. You will board the traditional Vietnamese junk in the afternoon and cruise around Halong Bay's limestone islets and caves dotted the sea and see the sun set over the calm waters at the deck. Enjoy a wonderful dinner in the evening. All meals are included during your stay on board. There are also a variety of optional activities waiting for you. Such as swimming, kayaking, diving...etc.
Day 12 - Morning Activities & Fly to Hue
Wake up early this morning to catch the sunrise over the bay with a Tai Chi lesson on the sundeck. Continue cruising and you can choose either kayak or traditional rowing boat to around discover local life on the waters. Disembark at Tuan Chau International Passenger Port at around 11:00, where your guide and driver will wait for you and drive you to Hanoi airport for your onward flight (arrive at the airport at around 1:30 pm).
Today you will fly to Hue. On arrival, your private guide will welcome you at the arrival hall and transfer you to your hotel with a private car and driver. Your guide will help you with luggage and hotel check-in and ensure your arrival is worry-free.
Day 13 - Hue City Tour
Today, tour the Minh Mang Tomb renowned for its architecture and sublime forest setting. Admire the Vietnam’s tallest and iconic seven-storey Thien Mu Pagoda by a royal dragon boat cruise on the Perfume River. After that, take a walk on the cobbled paths in the Imperial Citadel, and discover some former glory of the country’s royalty in the Forbidden Purple City. Finally, stroll in the Dong Ba Market to get a taste of the local civil life.
Day 14 - Enjoy a Scenic Drive to Hoi An
Today your journey begins with a scenic drive to Hoi An (about 3 hrs), during which you can have a full view of the coast and Da Nang when driving on the top of Hai Van Pass. And you can also have a leisurely walk on the soft white sand at Da Nang’s Non-Nuoc Beach, appreciate great sculptures in Cham Museum, and climb the beautiful Marble Mountains. You can explore the town on your own or just relax after reaching Hoi An in the afternoon.
Day 15 - Free Time
Day at leisure. Relax at your hotel, or explore the surrounding area.
Day 16 - Fly to Ho Chi Minh
Enjoy your free time until your guide comes and escorts you to the airport for your onward flight to Ho Chi Minh City. Our guide will meet you upon arrival and escort you to your hotel. The rest of the day is on your own to relax.
Day 17 - Cu Chi Tunnels & Ho Chi Minh City Highlights
This morning set out for the incredible underground Cu Chi Tunnels and then drive back to Ho Chi Minh City to visit the War Remnants Museum and Reunification Palace (the former Presidential Palace), the Notre Dame Cathedral, Old Saigon Post Office and Dong Khoi Street (formerly Rue Catinat) absolutely nice choices for a free stroll.
Day 18 - Mekong Delta Experience
In the early morning, you will head out of the bustling city to Mekong Delta Area. You will cruise on the Mekong river for sightseeing: islands of Dragons, Unicorn, Turtle, Phoenix.
Land on Unicorn island, take a walk on the village road and visit an orchard of tropical fruits. Visit a bee farm, enjoy honey tea and visit a typical house in Mekong Delta. Visit the coconut candy workshop, and taste fresh candies. Enjoy tropical fruits at a local farm, and listen to traditional Southern music.
Next to land on Dragon island, transfer by cyclo or motorbike to local home. Have a homemade lunch and enjoy cooking time with some dishes such as “Banh Xeo” (Vietnamese crepe); Spring Rolls.... with the owners. After lunch, return to the boat station. Transfer back to Saigon. End of tour at your hotel.
- 2 Nights in Bangkok
- 1 Night in Bangkok
- 2 Nights in Chiang Rai
- 1 Night in Chiang Mai
- 2 Nights in Chiang Mai
- 2 Nights in Hanoi
- 1 Night in Ha Long Bay
- 2 Nights in Hue
- 2 Nights in Hoi An
- 3 Nights in Ho Chi Minh City
480 metres from Phaya Thai BTS Station
It features a salt water swimming pool, restaurant and spacious rooms with kitchens
Wi-Fi and parking are free
Offers laundry and car rental service upon request
A short walk from the BTS skytrain
Daily shuttle services from the hotel take guests to popular shopping venues
Offers ticket service, laundry and currency exchange
Facilities available at the hotel include a rooftop swimming pool, garden, fitness center, and business center
Offering quality accommodations in the culture, sightseeing, restaurants district of Chiang Rai
Popular pick for both business and leisure travelers
Within walking distance to Chiang Rai Night Bazaar
32 sqm spacious superior room
15-minute stroll from Sunday Walking Street
Traditional Lanna Style
43 sqm Supreme Deluxe Room
Overlooking peaceful views of the popular Hoan Kiem Lake
Located in the heart of Old Quarter just a 10-minute drive to Hanoi Train Station
Noi Bai International Airport is a 45-minute drive away
5-minute drive to the popular Dong Ba Market
20-minute drive to Thuan An beach
3-minute walk to Huong River
34 sqm spacious Deluxe Room
an in-house restaurant that serves local and international cuisines and 2 bars
Lotus Central Hotel features a restaurant, outdoor swimming pool, a fitness center and bar in Ho Chi Minh City. Among the facilities at this property are a tour desk and luggage storage space, along with free WiFi throughout the property.
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