Bangkok - Chaing Mai Tour

Chaing Mai Tour (4 Nights //5 Days) with 3 star hotel, Sight seeings, Food, With english speaking tour guide and tour leader

What's Included?

• Sight seeings
• Food
• Accommodation
• Transfer with guide


5 days

Destination Covered


Best Suited

Budget, Families, Groups
Day 1: Chiang Mai Night Market And Bazaar
Every evening, the centre of Chiang Mai comes alive with the massive Night Market that stretches for several blocks and includes restaurants, bars and entertainment. Few people visit Chiang Mai without picking up a few bargains here. In fact, the stalls that are squeezed on to the pavement and in the purpose-built arcades of Chang Klan Road are one of Chiang Mai's biggest attractions. In addition, there are two 'Walking Street' markets each week - the Sunday Market along Ratchadamonoen Road (through the old town), and the Saturday evening market along Wualai Street (through the traditional Silversmith quarter). It's worth planning your trip to coincide with one of these, since the products on sale are more authentic arts and crafts. shopping & Dinner at night market at chaing mai Night Market and stay at night in hotel.

Day 2: Breakfast at hotel and proceed the city tour (Half Day City Temple Tour + Boat Trip )
Visit and explore revered temples in Chiang Mai. All was constructed during the Lanna period; each reflects the glory, splendors and nobility of a rich historical era. Shortly walk across an iron bridge from the market crossing over the river for a Scorpion Tailed Boat Trip upstream the River Ping to enjoy beautiful scenery and local life along the riverside.

Leave from the hotel to visit four revered temples in Chiang Mai. All was constructed during the Lanna period. In the West of the city lies Wat Suan Dok built by King Kuena, the large white pagoda and small stupas contain the ashes of the Lanna Kings as well as the royalty. Then, Wat Phra Singhfirst built during the reign of Phra Chao Kham Fu (1328-1335). The temple’s compound includes the Lai Kam Chapel. Lying smack in the heart of the city (almost right in the middle of the square-walled city) is Wat Chedi Luang, the temple of a huge pagoda built King Saen Muang Ma in 1401. Originally it was 90 meters high; it is now a mere 40 meters as the result of an earthquake in 1545. A small building near the main entrance encloses the “Sao Intakin” (the city’s pillar) Drive around the old city to explore the moat surrounding and the ruins of the city wall gates. Then visit the largest local market,Worarot Market, alive with its daily hustle and bustle. Exotic fresh fruits, preserved food, local delicacies, clothes galore, flowers and other knick knacks, all at reasonable prices. Shortly walk across an iron bridge from the market crossing over the river for a Scorpion Tailed Boat Trip upstream the River Ping to enjoy beautiful scenery and local life along the riverside. Take a little break at Baan Din, an earthen house for a soft drink and desert before taking a boat back to pier. Transfer back to the hotel.

Day 3: Chiangmai Zoo Aquarium
Deep to the blue sea. Amazing underwater world . Feeling beyonding imagination. Exclusive experience. If you can touch. Are you ready? The big travel underwater world.
Introducing to you Chiang Mai Zoo Aquarium is a living museum that boats South East Asia’s largest and most spacious underwater pathway. Exhibit various showcases of distinct environment that allows fresh water and salt water creatures to coexist under one roof, alongside representative territories from other significant ecosystems. The inspiration for this astonishing concept comes from the great Mekong River – display at the aquarium as it represents the major waterway that feeds and Quenches the thirst of millions of people across the six neighboring countries that its water sustain.

Art in Paradise
Art in Paradise (Chiang Mai)” the first Illusion Art Museum of Chiang Mai, presents Illusion Art, the painting art requiring techniques and expertise in painting on a flat surface into a "3D" and giving a sense of realistic art. In addition, the museum also offers artworks in the form that allow visitors to take part in the artworks closely (Interactive Art), where the visitors can take photos with creative imagination, emotion and postures designed to correspond with each painting according to their own preferences as if they are a part of the painting. (Realistic Art) “Art in Paradise (Chiang Mai)” was established by Jang Kyu Suk, a Korean, with creative paintings by professional painters from Korea, totalling 14 persons.

Chaing Mai Day Safari
After finish the lunch we start day Safari opens from 15.00 – 16.30 hrs. The tram will leave every 30 minutes to Savanna Safari Zone, which is the first zone. You will be able to observe animals like giraffes, zebras, red kangaroos, etc. at close range. Then, the tram will take you to the Predator Prowl Zone, the 2nd zone which is home to predators like white tigers, lions, spotted hyenas, etc. The trip to the two zones takes 1 hr. to finish.

Jaguar Trail
The 1.2 km. walking trail passes around the beautiful Swan Lake and is home for more than 400 small animals of over 50 species. This opportunity can be enjoyed by all ages for relaxing, entertaining and educating.

Musical Fountain
Thrill to our Musical Fountain and Water Screen with laser graphics. Let our beautiful man made light show on one of the most beautiful fountain screens in Thailand sweep away your imagination. Show every day at 8.00 pm. and 9.10 pm.

Day 4: Full Day Trek Sanpatong (Mae Win Area)

Highlight Activities :
- Elephant ride 1 hour
- Walk through the jungle 60 minutes
- Hmong Hill tribe Village
- Karen Hill tribe Village
- Waterfall
- Bamboo rafting

08.00 hrs : Depart from the hotel in Chiang Mai by a local truck to Mae Wang area.
09.30 hrs : Arrive and begin to walk for 30 minutes to visit the Hmong Village and spend another 30 minutes to trek back.
11.00 hrs : Experience an Elephant ride through the jungle for 50 Min-1 hour.
12.00 hrs : Lunch at the local restaurant.
13.00 hrs : Continue driving to visit the waterfall.
14.00 hrs : Visit Karen hill tribe village and transfer to a rafting camp to take the bamboo rafting along Mae Win River about 1 hour.
15.00 hrs : Return by truck back to Chiang Mai.
17.00 hrs : Drop off at the hotel.

Trek Included:
1. Transportation : Local truck
- Bamboo raft.
- Elephant ride.
2. English speaking guide.
3. Meals : 1 lunch
4. Accidental Insurance. : 100,000 BHT.

Day 5:
Morning Free and Enjoy the Rest at Hotel and Afternoon Pickup for Airport .
Package End
Limited period offer /- only group departure
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