Northern Chiang Mai Thailand Explorer 7D6N

Northern Chiang Mai Thailand Explorer 7D6N

Visiting to the northern region can be one of the most rewarding experiences in all of Thailand. Explore the best of northern Thailand; Sukhothai, Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai have to offer. Steeped in history, tradition, and folklore, the largest and most culturally important city in Northern Thailand is home to things like hill tribes, ancient temples, a wide variety of architectural influences, relaxing boat cruises, fabulous flower gardens, extreme shopping destinations and acclaimed restaurants.





Tour Code:NT002

Destination:Thailand (Ayuthaya/Sukhothai/Chiang Mai/Chiang Rai)

Start City:Bangkok

End City: Chiang Mai

Tour Type:  Private Tour

Duration:  7 Days & 6 Nights

Departure: Every Day


Day 1: Arrive Bangkok

v  Arrive at Bangkok Airport. Welcome and transfer to hotel by private vehicle air-con.

v  Check in hotel than relaxing

v  Bangkok night life

v  Overnight Bangkok

Day 2: Bangkok

v  07:00 hrs. Meet you’re in the hotel's lobby.

v  Depart for Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, situated 110 Km. west of Bangkok. Your journey commences with a leisurely drive through rice paddies and salt fields.

v  En route we visit farmhouse along the way and watch locals produce sugar from coconut. The tour continues with a 1.5-2 hours speedboat trip along fruit plantation to see Thai houses and the traditional way of life.

v  Visit Maeklong Railway Market. It is one of the largest fresh seafood markets in Thailand, and is center around the track of the Maeklong Railway. When trains approach, the awnings and shop fronts are moved back from the rails, and then replaced once the train has passed.

v  Arrive Damnoen Saduak Floating Market. Here you will be fascinated by boats of various shapes and sizes used by local merchants to ferry their goods. You are able to hire small boat board along the market.

v  The end of the city tours in Bangkok will leave you here at gem gallery and the Gem factory where we would be shown how gems are 'cut and polished' gem galleryand shopping local products.

v  Overnight Bangkok

Day 3: Bangkok-Ayuthaya-Sukhothai

v  We start tour to the ancient city of Ayutthaya, The Thai capital for 417 years, is one of Thailand's major tourist attractions. Many ancient ruins and art works can be seen in a city that was founded in 1350 by King U-Thong when the Thais were forced southwards by northern neighbors. During the period of Ayutthaya being the Thai capital, 33 kings of different dynasties ruled the kingdom until it was sacked by the Burmese in 1767. The area, well conserved as a historical park, has been included in UNESCO's list of World Heritage since 13 December 1991.

v  Drive direct to Sukhothai

v  Overnight Sukhothai

Day 4: Sukhothai – Chiang Rai

v  08:00 Hrs. Visit Sukhothai Historical Park; the first truly independent Thai Kingdom, visit the ruins of the Royal Palaces, Buddhist temples, the city gates, walls, moats, dams, ditches, ponds canals and the water dyke control system which was the magical and spiritual center of the Kingdom are now preserved and restored by the Fine Arts Department with the cooperation of UNESCO, not only with a view of fostering Thailand's national identity but of safeguarding in fine example of mankind's cultural heritage.

v  The places to visit Wat Mahathat,Wat Sri Sawai,Wat Tra Phang Ngoen,Wat Sa Sri,Ta Pha Daeng Shrine,Wat Sorasak,Wat Si Chum

v  Afternoon Drive direct to Chiang Rai

v  Overnight Chaing Rai

Day 5: Chiang Rai-Chiang Mai

v  Chiang Rai is a traveler’s paradise endowed with abundant natural tourist attractions and antiquities; the province itself is evidence of past civilization. Attractions range from magnificent mountain scenery, ruins of ancient settlements, historic sites, Buddhist shrines and ethnic villages as the province is also home to several hill tribes who maintain fascinating lifestyles. For those interested in the natural side of Chiang Rai, jungle trekking is recommended along various trails.

v  After Breakfast at the hotel. Drive on to visit archaeological remains at Chiang Sean city, the first capital city of the northern Thailand. Continue to visit the world famous Golden Triangle where the borders of three countries (Thailand, Laos, and Myanmar) are met. See the panoramic view of Mekong River, Opium Museum and experiences with Boat trip along the Mae Khong River, made a stop at Don Sao Village, Laos. The trip continues to Mae Sai, the Thailand-Myanmar border and the northernmost point of Thailand. Enjoy shopping the Myanmar products at the local market.

v  Visit Wat Rong Khun, the unique northern Art temple before drive through scenery from Chiang Rai to Chiang Mai by road along picturesque scenic routes pass the several beautiful northern mountains and valleys via the Hot Spring at Mae Ka Chan district.

v  Arrive Chiang Mai in evening

v  Overnight Chiang Mai

Day 6: Chiang Mai

v  Breakfast at the hotel. Travel north of Chiang Mai route to Mae Taman Elephant Camp, which is 56 km northwards of Chiang Mai. Enjoy the spectacular scenery along the way. The idea of this trip is to see the demonstration of how trained elephants are used as working animals in teak forests includes elephant bathing in the river, working in the jungle, dragging and pushing logs, and responding commands. Then take a special time to riding on elephant for 1 hour through the jungle, made a stop at Lisu Hill tribe Village. For the truly adventurous! Continue an ox-cart riding back to the camp.

v  Lunch served at the Camp.

v  Take Bamboo Rafting along Mae Taeng River for 45 minutes. Then, visit Orchid Nursery to see a large collection of more than 50 different types of colorful exotic year-round-bloom orchids.

v  After taking great pleasure at the Orchid Nursery, continue to visit the handicraft center at San Kampaeng district. The highlight is to see the local people making the handicraft including Silverware, Hand-woven Textiles by silk and hand-painted cotton and Umbrellas or paper parasols which are hand-painted in a variety designs.

v  Return to the hotel.

v  Overnight Chiang Mai

Day 7: Chiang Mai

v  Visit Chiang Mai most sacred temples, drive around the Old City to see city's moats and ruined city's walls. Start the temples tours with Wat Chiang Man, the oldest temple and probably dates from 1296. The temple was residence of King Mengrai, who founded Chiang Mai. Continue this tour with visit Wat Phra Singh; the temple contains marvelous examples of Lanna art including a Lanna style viharn. Then drive on to Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep, This temple 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 is containing the holy relics of Lord Buddha. You can enjoy the panoramic view of Chiang Mai City and Ping valley from the summit of Doi Suthep.

v  Free time until your private transfer to the Chiang Mai airport

v  End of trip

v  Bye Bye Thailand.


v  Private Tour as indicated in itinerary

v  6 Nights Accommodation with daily breakfast

v  All transfers air-conditioned vehicles within the journey, including pick-up at airport

v  Exclusive Professional Driver Tour English-speaking guide (other languages available upon request)

v  All admission fees as mentioned in the program

v  Reliable Services


v  Items of a personal nature

v  Any Air ticket & Airport Tax

v  Alcoholic Drinks and Meals

v  Lunch, Dinner

v  Soft drinks or other refreshments during local tours

v  Tips or Gratuities to guide & driver

v  Any services non-mentioned in the itinerary

Child Policy:

v  For children under 2 years old will be Free of charge

v  For children 3-11 years old we charge 75% of adult price

v  For children over 12 years old we charge normal price


Northern Chiang Mai Thailand Explorer 7D6N

1 Person

2 Persons

3-4 Persons

5-6 Persons

8 + Persons

48,000 Baht

24,500 Baht each

22,500 Baht each

19,500 Baht each

17,500 Baht each


Tour Transportation. 

Group size 1-4 persons: 

Modern air conditioned car SUV Mitsubishi Pajero Sport.

Group size 1-10 persons:

Modern Toyota Commuter Vip Van

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