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Travesias Mundiales

Lufthansa City Center

Telephone: +52 662 / 2363500
Fax:
+52 662 / 2363501
Email:
thelma@travesias.com

Blvd Navarrete 370-1. Col Santa Fe,
83249 Hermosillo
Mexico

Essential Thailand

BANGKOK, AYUTTHAYA, PHITSANULOK, CHIANG RAI AND CHIANG MAI

Duration: 10 days
Arrivals: Wednesday
Minimum 2 persons

DAY 1. BANGKOK
Arrival at Bangkok airport where your Spanish speaking guide awaits you and transfer to your hotel. Free time until check-in at the hotel according to availability (normally rooms are available from 14.00h). Accommodation.


DAY 2. BANGKOK - VISIT TO THE ROYAL PALACE AND TEMPLES (B)
After breakfast, visit three of the most unusual Buddhist temples beginning with Wat Traimit. Located on the edge of Chinatown, on Yaowarat Road, near the Hualampong railway station, Wat Traimit houses the largest solid gold Buddha in the world, measuring almost five feet tall with a weight of five and a half tons. Then the tour will continue to Wat Pho, the largest temple in Bangkok, the temple of the huge reclining Buddha and the Chedis of the kings. This is located behind the Buddha Temple. It is one of the largest temples in the city and famous for its gigantic reclining Buddha that measures 46 meters long and is covered in gold. Then the Royal Palace, which is undoubtedly the most famous monument in the city. Built in 1782, and for 150 years the home of the king of Thailand, royal court and administrative seat of government, the Grand Palace of Bangkok is an old building that continues to impress its visitors with its beautiful architecture and details. Inside the complex, you will find Wat Phra Kaew or the Temple of the Emerald Buddha (officially known as Wat Phra Sri Rattan Satsadaram), regarded as the most important Buddhist temple in Thailand, consecrates the image of a very revered Buddha meticulously carved into a single block stop. Free afternoon. Accommodation.


DAY 3. BANGKOK - KANCHANBURI (KWAI RIVER) - AYUTTHAYA (B / L / D)
Pick up of passengers from major hotels in Bangkok. Departure to Kanchanaburi and visit the famous Kwai River Bridge. Then visit the Jeath War Museum and take a ride in the "Death Train" on the Kwai River where you can enjoy the beauty of its landscapes. Lunch. Transfer to hotel.Dinner and accommodation.


DAY 4. AYUTTHAYA - LOPBURI - PHITSANULOK (B / L / D)
Departure from the hotel to Ayuthaya, the ancient capital of the country, to visit its wonderful temples including Wat Chaiwathanaram and Wat Mahathat. Lunch at local restaurant. In the afternoon departure to Lopburi, visit to the Temple of the Apes, Prang Sam Yod (the Sacred Pagoda) and the ruins of Wat Phra Sri Ratana Mahathat. Continue to Phitsanuloke. Dinner and accommodation.


DAY 5. PHITSANULOK - SUKHOTHAI - CHIANG RAI (B / L / D)
Breakfast at the hotel. Departure from the hotel and visit the temple Wat Phra Sri Ratana Mahathat, the most sacred in Phitsanuloke. Continue to Sukhothai Historical Park, declared World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. There is a bicycle ride through the gardens among its ruins and lagoons. From here you can see one of the most important icons, the great White Buddha of Wat Sri Chum. Lunch at local restaurant. Continue to Chiang Rai, on the way you will stop at Payao Lake. Dinner and accommodation.


DAY 6. CHIANG RAI (B / L / D)
Breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast, visit Mae Chan, formerly a silver work center, later converted into a trading center between the Yao and Akha tribes where it is possible to see members of different ethnic groups. Lunch. Mid-morning ride on the Mekkong River in traditional Thai boat. This river serves as a natural border between Myanmar (former Burma), Laos and Thailand. We will cross the river to the town Don Xao which is located on the side of the Laotian border. Visit to the Opium House. Dinner and accommodation.


DAY 7. CHIANG RAI - CHIANG MAI (B / L / D)
Breakfast at the hotel. Departure from the hotel to the quay and by traditional boat visit to the villages of Karen ethnic minorities, Lahu (Muser) along the Kok river. Visit Wat Rong Khun, the famous white temple. Departure from Chiang Rai to Chiang Mai by road (3 hrs). Lunch en route at a local restaurant. Arrival in Chiang Mai in the afternoon, visit the most famous temple of the city, Wat Doi Suthep, located at the top of a small hill 15 Kms to the northwest. Transfer and check in at the hotel. Kantoke dinner, with food and typical dances of Northern Thailand. Accommodation.
Optional: Typical Thai dinner at the luxurious Dara Dhevi Hotel in Chiang Mai.


DAY 8.CHIANG MAI(B / L / D)
Breakfast in hotel. Departure and visit to the Elephant Training Center, possibility to do elephant ride (Optional). Visit the Karen village of the famous Women Giraffes. Lunch at the orchid farm. In the afternoon visit to handicraft factories in the Sankampaeng area. Dinner and accommodation.


DAY 9.CHIANG MAI - BANGKOK (D)
Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to Chiang Mai airport and departure to Bangkok. Transfer to hotel. Free afternoon. Accommodation.


DAY 10. BANGKOK Breakfast in the hotel. Airport transfer.
End of services


INCLUDES
• Accommodation and food (without drinks) as indicated in the itinerary
• Transfers, visits and excursions with Spanish speaking guide
• Entrance to sites of interest during visits and excursions
• Taxes, VAT and handling
• Internal flight Chiang Mai –Bangkok

NOT INCLUDED
• Optional tours
• International flight
• Visa
• International and domestic airport taxes
• Personal expenses such as drinks, extras, gifts, laundry in hotels, etc.
• Other tours and non food mentioned in the program
• Tips to our guides and drivers.

MEXICAN NATIONALITY PASSENGERS REQUIRE A VISA TO ENTER THAILAND